Bus Passes

If you are autistic, you may be eligible for a Disabled Bus Pass. West Yorkshire Metro, who run the buses in West Yorkshire, provide these passes. If you have one, you are entitled to free transport on any buses in the West Yorkshire area.

For more information on what these passes look like, eligibility and any other questions you may have about them, please visit this page – Metro: Blind and Disabled Passes (ENCTS).

More information on applying for a Bus Pass is available here: Blind or Disabled Person’s Travel Pass

Disabled Persons Railcard

The Disabled Persons Railcard allows disabled people up to one-third off the cost of their train tickets. The railcard is eligible on all National Rail services across the UK, not just in the West Yorkshire area.

To find out if you are eligible, please visit the Disabled Persons Railcard website.

Safe journey cards

Both First and Arriva have journey cards that can help you to explain to bus drivers that you are autistic. They can be downloaded by clicking on the following links and printing them out:

National Express Disabled Coachcard

National Express offer a discount for disabled passengers across all of their coaches. They cost £10 plus £2.50 postage and packaging costs. To find out more about them, please visit the Disabled Coachcard website.

Travel training

For autistic people up to the age of 24 in Leeds who either have a Statement of Special Educational Needs (SEN) or Education Health Care Plan (EHCP), there is a travel training course available.

To find out more about it, check out the link below:

Other transport links