Scotland-wide free bus travel was introduced on 1 April 2006 and entitles anyone aged 60 and over and eligible disabled persons age 5 and over who live in Scotland, to travel free on both local registered services and long-distance bus services within Scotland, without any peak-time restrictions.
- How to apply for a bus pass Find out where to get an application from, where you can hand it in and information about eligibility and evidence for a bus pass.
- How to renew your bus pass Information on how to renew your bus pass
- Lost, stolen or damaged bus passes What to do if your bus pass is lost, stolen or damaged
- How to update your bus pass if you are moving How to update your address for your pass if you are moving into or out of West Lothian.
- Rail Concessions Using Your Bus Pass West Lothian Council offers discounted fares to NEC cardholders travelling from West Lothian Stations on ScotRail train services.
- Important information for all National Entitlement Card Holders National Entitlement Cards are being replaced. The process of issuing new style cards began on 24 July 2014, so anyone who has received a new or renewal card after that date will already have the new style NEC.