Freedom passes can be issued to either residents who are 66 years old or for people with an eligible disability.
If you live in London and are 66 years old, you can apply for a freedom pass online or you can visit your local library (during normal opening hours) and make an application there.
You can apply 2 weeks before your 66th birthday. If you have an eligible disability, you may be able to get a disabled person's freedom pass.
For further details on the eligibility criteria and how to apply please view the Disabled persons freedom pass information page.
60+ London Oyster photocard
How to travel free on public transport in London from the age of 60 until you qualify for a Freedom Pass: Tfl 60+ London Oyster photocard.
Older Person's Freedom Pass Changes
From Monday 15 June, the hours you can travel with your Older Person's Freedom Pass is changing in order to reduce crowding on services and help social distancing.
You will only be able to travel on services from 09:00, Monday to Friday. You can still travel at any time on weekends and bank holidays.
If you have a Disabled Person's Freedom Pass, you can still travel at any time on services.
On National Rail services in London, travel free after 9:30 weekdays, and any time on weekends and public holidays
Find out about subsidised door to door taxis for London residents who have serious mobility or visual impairments London Councils Taxicard.
Find out how to get rail discounts for over 60s: Senior railcard.
Disabled persons railcard
Find out how to get rail discounts if your disabilities make travelling by train difficult: Disabled persons railcard.