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Bus passes and companion bus passes

Concessionary Travel Scheme for Buses

If you have a registered disability you are entitled to a national bus pass which allows you to enjoy free off-peak travel on local bus services anywhere in England.

A Companion Bus Pass is available to RBWM residents who are unable to travel by bus without assistance. This allows them to be accompanied by a person who will travel for free of charge, subject to restrictions.

For information on these schemes and their eligibility criteria, please go to the RBWM website or visit the Maidenhead or Windsor Library. 

Maidenhead Library , St Ives Road, Maidenhead, SL6 1QU
(Opening times: Monday-Friday 9am - 7pm, Saturday 9am-5pm, Sunday 11am-2pm)

Windsor Library, Bachelors  Acre, Windsor, SL4 1ER
(Opening times: Monday, Thursday and Saturday 9.30am - 5pm, Tuesday and Friday 9.30am-7pm, Wednesday 12-5pm, Sunday 11am - 2pm)

Please note bus passes are not issued at the Windsor information centre or local leisure centres.


Who to contact

01628 796969
RBWM website

Where to go

Maidenhead Public Library
St. Ives Road

Alternatively visit Windsor Library, Bachelors  Acre, Windsor, SL4 1ER

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Address: Maidenhead Public Library  St. Ives Road  Maidenhead  Berkshire

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