Eligible Dubbo residents have until November 30 to apply for a $250 regional seniors travel card.
The card can be used to pay for fuel and travel in taxis and pre-booked NSW TrainLink trains and coaches.
NSW Minister for Regional Transport Paul Toole said the card had eased the burden of travel costs for eligible seniors and injected more than $75 million into regional economies.
"This card puts $250 in the pocket of regional seniors, which can mean an extra few trips to visit grandkids living in other parts of the state, the ease of staying connected locally or the ability to volunteer in a local community group," he said.
"It was only in January that we trialled the card in Coffs Harbour with just 80 people, and after five months we have seen that number skyrocket to more than 300,000."
"This just shows the difference it's making to so many lives, and delivers on our election promise to lower the cost of travel for seniors living in the regions."
Aged pensioners and holders of a Commonwealth Seniors Card are among the people eligible to apply.
For eligibility criteria and to apply for a card visit service.nsw.gov.au or call 13 77 88.