Freedom Passes and Taxicards

Older persons Freedom Pass

The older persons Freedom Pass gives free travel across London and free local bus journeys nationally. Find out more on the London Councils website, where you can:

Disabled persons Freedom Pass

The disabled persons Freedom Pass gives free travel across London and free local bus journeys nationally. Find out more on the London London Councils website, where you can:

To apply for a Disabled Persons Freedom Pass, first check whether you are eligible on the Freedom Pass website. Please then either email us at [email protected] or phone 02085475005 and we will take you through the application process.

Please note that we offer a weekly support session every Thursday afternoon from 2pm-4pm for those applying for a disabled persons freedom pass where we will talk through the process and what evidence is required.

This is a drop-in service, we are located in the Information & Advice Centre, Ground Floor, Guildhall 2. If you require assistance accessing the building please call 020 8547 5005 and we can arrange this. 

 If you would like any support or assistance with completing the application form please call us on 020 8547 5005.

TfL's 60+ London Oyster photocard

If you're a London resident and not yet eligible for a Freedom Pass, you may be eligible for the 60+ London Oyster photocard.

If you are disabled or blind and need to be picked up at your door, the Taxicard scheme can be a great help. The scheme is for people with serious mobility difficulties who find using public transport very difficult or impossible. It allows people to travel in designated licensed London radio taxis at a reduced rate.

Taxicards

The Taxicard scheme allows people from the age of 3+ who have a mobility impairment that prevents them from using buses or trains, to travel in certain black cabs or minicabs at subsidised rates. You must be a resident in the Royal Borough of Kingston with a permanent disability.

Find out more on the The London Council website, where you can: