Eligible disabled people of fare-paying age (aged five and over) who meet the qualifying criteria, can travel for free, at any time, on any local bus service or scheduled long-distance coach service. The card also entitles you to cheaper fares on First ScotRail trains and the Glasgow Subway.
The National Entitlement Card scheme also allows for free travel for companions where required by eligible disabled people of any age (including children under 5).
This card and its application process are managed by Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT). Find out more about applying for a card. For enquires and eligibility information, please contact SPT.
As well as using the card for concessionary travel, you can use it for leisure and library services. You should advise leisure and libraries staff that you have a NEC and they will set it up for you to access the service.
Full scheme eligibility criteria can be found Eligibility and Conditions for the 60+ or Disabled Traveller.