Veterans, Cadets and serving members of the Armed Forces will be able to travel on Stagecoach buses in Cumbria for free on Saturday 24 June.
The free travel is in support of Armed Forces Day, aimed at celebrating the service of previous and current personnel of the British Armed Forces.
To travel for free, commuters will either need to be in uniform or show a valid identification card.
A man from Dumfries was refused entry onto a Stagecoach bus, after trying to board with an electric cigarette in his mouth.
The company who manufacture the E-cigarettes say that they can be used anywhere - indoors or outdoors - in any place where tobacco cigarettes are not allowed.
Now Stagecoach have defended their decision and say they're policy has been in place for some time:
Ray Nicholson from Locharbriggs in Dumfries was refused entry onto a Stagecoach bus after trying to board with an electric cigarette in his mouth.
He was told to put it away if he wanted to travel on the bus.
Mr Nicholson spoke to ITV Border: