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Here is some information about train travel in East Riding, including discount schemes you may qualify for.
There are 4 train operators that offer train services to and from the East Riding:
National Senior Railcard
If you are aged 60 or over, you can purchase a senior railcard. This gives you a third off all standard, first class anytime, off-peak and advance rail fares. You can purchase either a 1 year or 3 year railcard.
Find out more and apply on the National Rail Senior Railcard website.
If you live in the East Riding of Yorkshire you can apply for a discount code that gives you 20 per cent off the cost of a senior railcard. You can apply for this discount code on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council website.
Free local train travel for disabled people
A disabled person’s local travel pass offers free local travel on trains (and buses). You can apply if you are an East Riding resident and you are:
Find out more about the disabled person’s local travel pass on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council website.
If you are disabled and/or an older person you can book the Passenger Assist service.
This national service is available throughout the rail network.
Before you travel they can:
While on your journey they can also help you:
You can find out more about Passenger Assist and how to book on the National Rail website.