New bus passes to be sent to thousands of County Durham residents

Durham County Council will send new concessionary bus passes to more than 10,000 residents this month

Durham County Council will send new concessionary bus passes to more than 10,000 residents this month

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MORE than 10,000 people across County Durham will have their concessionary bus passes renewed this month.

Travel scheme passes due to expire on Monday March 31 will be replaced by a new pass valid until June 2019.

The passes will be sent out automatically but people should call the bus renewal hotline, on 03000-268-667, or visit a Durham County Council customer access point if they have recently moved house, received a pass in error or not received one by Monday March 24.

Proof of address, such as a utility bill, will be needed for those who have moved house.

For more information visit the website durham.gov.uk/buspassrenewal

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9:26pm Sun 2 Mar 14

settheworldonfire says...

Yes and this includes bus passes for alcoholics and drug users...Stop it NOW>>>>
Yes and this includes bus passes for alcoholics and drug users...Stop it NOW>>>> settheworldonfire
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