Dear Norfolk County Council,
How are bus companies rewarded for senior bus passes ? I have never been asked for my destination when using mine.
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Dear Mr Banham
Freedom of Information Request ENQ-256035-H1K3W5
I refer to your request for information dated 23 July 2018 and am now in a position to respond to your request.
"How are bus companies rewarded for senior bus passes ? I have never been asked for my destination when using mine."
This information is available to you from the Department for Transport website. For this reason, Norfolk County Council would normally choose to refuse your request using the exemption in section 21 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000.
However, I am able to tell you that the link to the relevant document is https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/sy... and the sections that apply to funding and reimbursement start at 1.55.
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