Senior citizens of pensionable age living in Jersey are entitled to a concessionary travel pass.
This allows free travel on Jersey's bus services.
If you meet either of the following conditions then you are eligible to receive a concessionary travel pass:
- permanently resident in Jersey and aged 65 or over, or
- permanently resident in Jersey, aged under 65, and in possession of a Jersey Social Security pension card
All applicants are required to show proof of residence. Applicants aged 65 or over, and not in possession of a Jersey Social Security pension card, are also required to produce their birth certificate.
Application forms for concessionary travel passes are available from parish halls or the LibertyBus Customer Service Centre at Liberation Station.
Where your concessionary travel pass can be used
The concessionary pass is only valid for travel on Jersey bus services.
United Kingdom concessionary travel passes
UK concessionary passes are not valid for travel on Jersey bus services.
Jersey concessionary travel passes are only available to those who currently reside in Jersey. New or replacement passes will not be issued by LibertyBus without proof of residency being shown.
Further information on travel passes is available on the LibertyBus website.
Avanchiaccess travel passes
This pilot concessionary bus pass scheme was launched in February 2017. It enables Jersey residents below pensionable age and with a long-term disability preventing them from driving to benefit from free bus travel.
Health Insurance Exception (HIE) travel passes
This scheme is now closed to new entrants.
If you were a holder of a valid HIE travel pass on 27 January 2008, then you are entitled to apply for a re-issue.
If you were a holder of an HIE travel pass in the past, but you allowed it to expire prior to 27 January 2008 and did not renew it, then you are not entitled to apply for a re-issue.