If you have a disability that makes train travel difficult, you might qualify for the Disabled Person's Railcard. It enables you and one adult travelling with you to get one third off most National Rail fares in Great Britain.
Disabled Person's Railcard
Who to contact
Where to go
- AB30 9AA
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- See our website for specific route and travel details.
- £20 for a year
- Age Ranges
- All ages
- Referral required
To apply for a card you must be receiving Disability Living Allowance middle or high rate care component or either rate of mobility component or its replacement the Personal Independence Payment.
Children aged 5-15 years may be eligible to buy a Disabled Persons Railcard, but will themselves pay the normal child's fare.
Discounts are available on London Underground, certain buses etc. You can download a form from the website. The Railcards are not valid for use in any part of Iregland or on the Eurostar.
Eligible disabled persons – see www.disabledpersons-railcard.co.uk or information leaflet available at staffed stations for full details.