People with disabilities and transplants will have a free pass

Likewise, from the government body in charge of Transportation, it was noted that the digital version of the credential “It has the same information as the physical credential, and the data update is immediate, which means that any change in the status of the PLM will be reflected in the digital credential”.

In addition, based on the novelty that links people with disabilities, transplants and on the waiting list, it was clarified that “taking into account the principle of progressive autonomy enshrined in the provisions of the Civil and Commercial Code of the Nation on the legal capacity of children and adolescents, it is important to note that the PLMD “It may be used by the beneficiaries contemplated in the current regulations, from the age of 13”.

How do I get my Multimodal Free Pass?

The process begins online through the Pass Request System via the web.

You must load your ID, CUD number or CUCAIBA / INCUCAI credential number, if applicable and a municipality to remove your PLM. Once the document that proves access to the benefit has been validated, the start of the process is already done.

Once the request is made, you will be able to monitor the status of the process online, being able to verify if your PLM is “pending printing”, “printed, waiting to be withdrawn by the municipality”, or “withdrawn by the consigned municipality ”.

If you do not have internet access, you can contact your community office or community disability area.

For more information consult the website of the province of Buenos Aires

Where can I find out about my multimodal free pass?

For any questions you can send an email to

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