Discounted bus travel with National Entitlement card
Concessionary bus pass
People who live in Scotland and are aged 60 and over or who have a disability can apply for a National Entitlement Card that gives them free bus travel throughout Scotland.
Some disabled people will be able to get a card that allows them and a companion to travel free and people with visual impairments can also access free rail transport.
You will need to bring with you proof of your address and proof of your entitlement to the card.
You will also need a passport size and quality photograph - head and shoulders only, in colour against a plain background, with nothing obscuring your face.
Young people aged 16-18 years old and 19-25 year old full time volunteers are entitled to 30% travel discount with a Young person's bus concession card.
Fair Processing Notice
All concessionary card holders – over 60’s, disabled – are to be issued with a new ‘mygov’ smart card. The cards currently held will no longer work after the end of the year. We have been advised by the card issuer that replacement cards will only be issued to verified addresses and we are currently working with them to carry out a data match/cleanse exercise. This is to ensure replacement cards are issued to accurate and up-to-date addresses.
West Dunbartonshire Council (the Data Controller) will be extracting citizen contact details (name, address, post code, date of birth) from the following systems: Council Tax, SEEMIS, Customer Relationship Management System and Care First (Blue Badge information), for the purpose of data cleansing and matching. It is in the legitimate interests of the Council and its citizens to ensure replacement cards are issued to correct addresses and the information extracted will be used for this sole purpose only.
Find more information:
- bus passes for people 60 and over
- bus passes for people with disabilities
- Young Scot and how to get a Young Scot card.
To apply for a card call Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) 0141 333 3211.
First Bus offer a service from Glasgow to Clydebank, Dumbarton and Balloch. Visit www.firstgroup.com for timetables and pick up points.
McGills Buses offer a service from Renfrewshire to Clydebank, Visit http://www.mcgillsbuses.co.uk for timetables and pick up points.
You can find your nearest bus stop by visiting the Traveline Scotland my bus stop times website http://traveline.info/.
Further information is available from www.spt.co.uk.
NEW service from Clydebank to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital
Bus Shelter Damage
SPT In Hours
Non-hazardous vandalism or damage, such as graffiti or cracked glazing poly panels, should be reported to SPT during normal office hours.
(Monday to Friday 08:45 to 16:00)
Call SPT on 0141 333 3292 or 0141 333 3387
Shelter Defects Hotline on 0800 37 36 35. This is a 24 hour facility and ensures our best response times to emergency (hazardous) shelter damage reports.
West Dunbartonshire has a regular train service running throughout its area. With 13 train stations and seven Park and Ride facilities getting to and from West Dunbartonshire is easy.
For more information visit www.scotrail.co.uk.
Park and Ride
West Dunbartonshire Council has seven Park and Ride facilities in its area all benefit from upgraded Lighting and improved CCTV networks to monitor activity and provide passenger reassurance.
Location of Park and Ride Facilities:
- Alexandria rail station - 56 spaces
- Dalreoch rail station - 114 spaces
- Strathleven Place- 58 spaces
- Church Court- 55 spaces
- Dumbarton East rail station - 49 spaces
- Drumry rail station - 50 spaces
- Kilbowie (bus corridor) - 95 spaces
Many of the Park and Ride sites are also connected or near to the National Cycle Route 7 - running between Glasgow and Loch Lomond.
To find the nearest taxi rank to you please use the Find it section of our website.