Can I use my bus pass on trains in Scotland?
Where you can use your bus pass. Your National Entitlement Card is your bus pass. You can use it to travel in Scotland on almost all local and long-distance bus services.
Can I use my Saltire Card on ScotRail?
Can I use my Smartcard on any ScotRail route? Your Smartcard can be used on any ScotRail route. You can buy Season, Anytime and Off-Peak tickets for a Smartcard. Super Off-Peak and Flexipass tickets can also be loaded onto a Smartcard on some routes.
Can I use my ScotRail ticket on LNER?
ScotRail Smartcards are currently accepted on ScotRail trains, the SPT Subway and participating GrassHOPPER bus services. You can also use ScotRail Smart Season Tickets on LNER services.
Can I use ScotRail ticket on cross country?
Thanks for any advise. Nope. If you take a cheap Cross-country ticket, it can only be used on Cross-Country trains.
How much is concessionary travel in West Lothian?
Discounted concessionary travel is available in the West Lothian Council area. Flat fare of £2 single and £4 return between stations in list (A), and from stations in list (A) to stations in list (B).
Is there a discount on West Lothian Council train tickets?
Discounted concessionary travel is available in the West Lothian Council area. Flat fare of £2 single and £4 return between stations in list (A), and from stations in list (A) to stations in list (B). A 50% discount will apply for journeys between stations defined in (A) and (C) below.
What is a concessionary travel scheme?
Some local authorities or councils offer concessionary travel schemes, which enable local residents who are elderly or disabled to use public and community transport services more affordably. For more information click one of the links above or contact the Concessionary Travel office at your local council offices.
Does West Lothian council offer any discounts for NEC cardholders?
West Lothian Council also offers discounted rail fares to NEC cardholders travelling from West Lothian Stations on ScotRail train services. The online process is currently only available for new Disabled and 60+ applications.