Wales Council of the Blind

Disabled Person's Railcard

Definition: f you have a disability that makes travelling by train difficult you might qualify for the Disabled Persons Railcard. It allows you to get 1/3 off most rail fares throughout Great Britain, and if you're travelling with an adult companion they also can get 1/3 off their rail fare.

Category: benefits/concessions

Credit: National Rail


Services mentioning Disabled Person's Railcard

Disabled Persons Railcard - (Railcard) Transport

You receive 1/3 off adult train travel with a Disabled Persons Railcard, for you and an adult companion, if needed.

Disabled Persons Welsh Concessionary Travel Card - (Transport for Wales) Transport

An ID card to enable concessionary travel for disabled people on many Wales rail and bus services. The holder can travel free on most bus services in Wales and the borders and enjoy discounted or free travel on many rail services. You can apply on the phone number below, via email, or via the weblink. (Please note, this is not valid outside Wales (with the exception of some border services) and does not replace the scope of the Disabled Persons Railcard issued by National Rail.) Also, for the Disabled Person with Companion Travel Card where you require a companion to travel with you when using your Disabled Persons Welsh Concessionary Travel Card, you must apply directly to your local authority. Where known, these contacts are given in Perspectif. Search by choosing your local authority and type 'companion travel card' in the word search field.