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Women’s Concessionary Travel Scheme Terms and Conditions

Terms and conditions for using your TfGM Women’s Concessionary Travel Scheme concessionary travel pass

  • Your pass entitles you to travel for free on all buses within Greater Manchester between 9.30am and midnight, Monday to Friday, and all day at weekends and on public holidays as set out in the 'Local Concessionary Travel Scheme'. You can get more information about concessionary travel for Greater Manchester residents from or any TfGM Travelshops.

  • Your pass also entitles you to add tram and train to your pass, for an annual charge. This gives you unlimited off-peak travel on Metrolink and trains within Greater Manchester. You can then travel on Metrolink trams and trains after 9.30am on Monday to Friday, and all day on weekends and public holidays.

  • You must touch your concessionary pass to the smart reader when boarding a bus and, if using Metrolink, you must touch your concessionary pass to the smart reader at tram stops when you start and end each journey.

  • Always show your concessionary pass to the bus driver, ticket inspector or train conductor where there is no smart reader present or if it is not working.

  • You must present your concessionary pass on request to a TfGM or transport operator official.

  • Do not allow another person use your concessionary pass. Your right to free or discounted travel is not transferable. Your concessionary pass does not cover the travel of carers or companions.

  • When using your concessionary pass on any service, you must also comply with and observe the passenger regulations, conditions of carriage and bye-laws of that service (as applicable).

  • Your concessionary pass is valid up to the expiry date shown on the front of it, as long as you continue to live in Greater Manchester, or until we decide otherwise.

  • The photograph on your concessionary pass must be a true and current likeness of yourself.

  • Your concessionary pass is not valid if it is damaged or altered in any way.

  • Your pass can be taken from you if it is not used in compliance with these terms and conditions.

  • If you are told that your concessionary pass is no longer valid for travel, you must pay for your journey. The transport operator may retain your concessionary pass in such circumstances, and you should contact TfGM to request a replacement.

You must contact Transport for Greater Manchester immediately if:

  • your concessionary pass is lost or stolen or you move home;
  • you believe your concessionary pass is faulty (for example, it is frequently rejected by smart readers);
  • you are no longer eligible for concessionary travel;
  • your concessionary pass has expired.
  • Do not use your concessionary pass after it has expired or has been replaced.

  • Do not damage or deface your concessionary pass. Damaged concessionary passes should be returned to TfGM and a replacement applied for, which you may have to pay for.