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London Freedom Pass

You are eligible for a Freedom Pass if
  your principal residence is in London, AND
EITHER
  you meet the age requirement 
OR
  You have an eligible disability

 

If you were born between 6 April 1950 and 5 April 1955, you will no longer be eligible for a Freedom Pass on your 60th birthday. Use the calculator on the website to see when you become eligible. You can apply up to 14 days ahead of your eligible date. You will need to apply online or complete a paper application which is obtained from the Civic Centre Uxbridge. Applications are no longer dealt with by the Post Office.

If you are aged 60 or over, but not yet eligible for the Freedom Pass, you can still get free travel in London by applying for a 60+ London Oyster Photocard on the TfL website 

 

Telephone:
0300 330 1433
Sector:
Public

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