Freedom Pass is the free travel pass for older and disabled Londoners, paid for by your local council.
The freedom pass gives you free travel on buses, Tube, trains, Docklands Light Railway and trams in London. It is paid for by your local council to help both older and eligible disabled people get around.
In October 2012, the Mayor of London announced that Londoners born after this date, who reach 60 years of age will be able to apply for a new type of Oyster photocard being launched on 1 November, which will restore their entitlement to free travel on Transport for London services 24 hours a day and seven days a week. The concession, to be known as the 60+ Concessionary Travel Scheme, will expire when a customer’s age reaches the age of eligibility for the London Councils Freedom Pass.
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