Bus and rail rover tickets
These tickets are subject to change at short notice.
Bus passes 16 - 21
Discounted travel on public transport for 16 - 21 year olds across Wales.
Bus passes - older and disabled people
Over 60 bus pass - pensioners and some eligible disabled persons are able to travel free of charge on all local bus services throughout Wales.
We're working with Transport for Wales (TfW) and Welsh Government to roll out new-style Concessionary Travel Cards by the end of December 2019. These cards will replace the current green 'bus passes' across Wales.
Residents are advised to reapply for their new-style card in plenty of time before the end of the year to ensure that they can continue to receive the benefits of concessionary travel.
The old-style cards will not be recognised by electronic readers on buses after 31st December 2019.
The new-style cards offer the same free travel rights and benefits as the current cards. The new cards are designed so that they can work as part of an integrated travel network in the future.
If you need help, consider asking a friend, family member or someone you can trust to help - using a smartphone, tablet or computer.
If you have an existing card, all you need is, your current card number, your date of birth, the postcode you registered the card to (which is usually your postcode when you first applied) and your National Insurance number.
Apply for or renew your bus pass
Companion bus passes
If you need help when travelling, you may be entitled to a companion pass that provides free travel on a bus for one other person accompanying you for your whole journey. Applications for new companion passes are made to this Authority, not Transport for Wales.
For further details please contact the following address: Transportation section, Highways, Waste and Property Service, Isle of Anglesey County Council, Llangefni, LL77 7TW or contact the following telephone number: 01248 752456.