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Bus passes

Older or disabled residents

Staffordshire's older or disabled residents can get free bus travel. The page includes a link to the online application form and information on what you need to apply.

Companion bus pass

Anyone who is eligible for a bus pass but who can't travel unassisted may also be able to get a 'companion pass'. This will allow their carer to travel free within the Staffordshire County Council administrative area.

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Latest transport news

Drivers and cyclists urged to look out for each other as darker nights approach

Cyclists and motorists are being urged to be more courteous and to look out for each other in a new road safety campaign
Date:
20 October 2020

Drivers urged to check their tyres as part of road safety campaign

Motorists across Staffordshire and Stoke-on -Trent are being encouraged to check their tyres are safe this October and ahead of winter as part of national tyre safety month.
Date:
19 October 2020

Town centre road improvement works completed on schedule

A £360,000 road improvement scheme in Cheadle town centre has been completed following careful planning and coordination.
Date:
07 October 2020

Major county road project reaches next milestones as building continues at pace

Work on a multi-million-pound road project which will support growth and ease congestion in Stafford continues at pace with more milestones reached in recent weeks.
Date:
29 September 2020

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