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Transport for All

Overview

Transport for All (TfA) is the organisation of disabled and older people dedicated to champion the rights of disabled and older people to travel with freedom and independence in London. Many transport services remain out of bounds for its disabled and older citizens. Physical barriers like flights of stairs, gaps and obstacles combined with the way transport services are run prevent many of us from getting out and about and living our lives. They want people to live, work and enjoy our lives in a capital that is accessible to all. Access to transport is vital in making this happen.spaceFor 20 years, Transport for All and its disabled and older members have been campaigning and successfully making positive changes.

Call for free and impartial advice on accessible travel for Disabled and older people in London. The team can provide you with any help you need, including specific support in areas such as the following:

  • Getting advice and application form for Freedom Pass, Blue Badge or Dial-a-Ride.
  • Making Appeals if an application is turned done for the above or for Taxicard or Patient Transport.
  • Making a complaint about problems you are facing while travelling (such as being refused access to a bus, or no support at a railway station).
  • Help in planning your journey around London.
  • Advice about your rights when travelling in London.

Freedom Pass Helpline 0300 330 1433.

Contact Details

Phone:
Advice Line 020 7737 2339 (option 1)

Email:
contactus@transportforall.org.uk

Website:
http://www.transportforall.org.uk

Address:
Transport for All, 336 Brixton Road, Brixton, London SW9 7AA

Other Info

Opening times:
Advice Line Mon - Fri 10am - 1pm, 2 - 5pm

Costs:

Disabled Access:

Directions:

Other information:
Registered charity.

Last updated:
17th October 2019