Be Ready for Freedom Pass Renewal

by / Sunday, 02 November 2014 / Published in News

Of the 1.3 million Freedom Pass users across London, around 860,000 older person’s pass holders will need to renew their passes before the passes reach the end of their five-year life on 31 March 2015.

What’s Happening?

Older people across London whose Freedom Passes have an expiry date of 31 March 2015 will receive a letter in the coming weeks explaining how to renew their pass.
Pass holders are being encouraged to renew online at:

www.freedompass.org<http://your.londoncouncils.gov.uk/192K-2XI2L-73070K-1BY23I-1/c.aspx

and follow the five simple steps to renew their pass. The online renewal is a straightforward process and only takes a few minutes.

However, if someone is unable to renew online, they can return the form enclosed with their letter by post. The instructions on where to return the paper form can be found at the bottom of the form.
The Freedom Pass allows older adults to travel on public transport for free across the capital – as well as on local bus services throughout England at certain times – and is Europe’s most generous and comprehensive free travel scheme. It is funded by the London boroughs and managed on their behalf by London Councils.

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