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Travel card for elderly and disabled people in Scotland
People with a visual impairment are also entitled to free train travel throughout Scotland, including the Glasgow underground. Their card shows a visual impairment sign (eye crossed with lines) in the bottom right hand corner of their card.
Card holders do not require a ticket for the trains and seats on trains throughout Scotland can be booked via the disabled persons help line on 0845 6057021 .
If you are entitled to a companion, this is indicated by a '+1' sign on your card.
Companions travel free on buses, but pay full fares on trains.
Card holders travel free on ferries - check with individual ferry companies for details about companions, cars etc.
Safe Journey Card - Stay safe on board a bus with a First Safe Journey Card. Available from reception at 21 John Street Aberdeen or for download from here.
Taxi Cards - Aberdeenshire and Moray
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