Disabled Person's Freedom Pass

The Freedom Pass for disabled people gives free travel on most of London’s transport services 24 hours a day for eligible residents.

The Disabled Person's Freedom Pass entitles the pass hodler to:

  • Free travel on London’s underground, buses, docklands light railway and trams at all times
  • Free travel on National Rail from 9.30am Monday to Friday and all day weekends and public holidays
  • Free travel on the following London Overground networks 24 hours a day:
    • Stratford to Richmond
    • Willesden Junction to Clapham Junction
    • Euston to Watford Junction, and
    • Gospel Oak to Barking.
  • Most disabled pass holders (other than those issued with a discretionary pass) will be entitled to free travel on local bus services in England outside London between 9.30am and 11pm Monday to Friday, and all day at weekends and on public holidays.

Who is eligible?

You can apply for the Disabled Persons Freedom Pass if your sole or principal residence is in London and you have any of the statutory disabilities listed in the Transport Act 2000.


 

How to apply

You can apply by sending the completed application form to the Accessible Transport Unit who will assess your eligibility for the pass.


 

Useful contacts:

Accessible Transport Unit
Address: 4 Waldegrave Road, Teddington, TW11 8HT
Phone: 020 8831 6191 / 6097
Web:www.richmond.gov.uk/accessible_transport_unit
Email: accessibletransport@richmond.gov.uk