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  1. Dial-a-ride

    From: Dial A Ride

    Becoming a member You must have a permanent or long-term disability which means you are unable to use public transport some or all of the time. You are automatically eligible for membership if you are: A Taxicard member Getting the Higher Rate Mobility...

  2. Disabled Coachcard

    From: National Express

    Discounted coach travel for registered disabled customers If you're registered disabled and love exploring the British Isles, then our Disabled Coachcard offers a great way to save 1/3 on standard fares to hundreds of UK towns, cities and airports. So...

  3. Disabled Person's Freedom Pass

    From: Freedom Pass

    The travel pass for disabled people allows free travel accross London and free local bus journeys nationally. Please use the link below to check your eligibility and apply

  4. Older Person's Freedom Pass

    From: Freedom Pass

    The Freedom Pass for older people allows free travel across London and free local bus journeys nationally. Please use the link below to check your age eligibility and apply.

  5. Great Northern Rail

    We want to make sure all our passengers enjoy their journey with us, including those with special travel needs. We run an assisted travel scheme for passengers with disabilities and older people who need a little extra help using our services.

  6. Senior Railcard

    From: National Rail

    A 60th birthday is a big milestone. But with a Senior Railcard, it’s also the starting point for travelling many more miles too. That’s because it gives you 1/3 off Standard and First Class Anytime, Off-Peak and Advance fares.   It means you can save...

  7. Taxicard

    From: Taxicard

    The Taxicard is a scheme that provides subsidised transport for people who have serious mobility impairment and difficulty in using public transport. Taxicard holders make journeys in licensed London taxis and private hire vehicles at a subsidised rate....

  8. Disabled Code of Practice

    From: National Express

    1.1 Who does the Code of Practice apply to? Our code applies to all disabled customers including: Wheelchair users travelling in their wheelchairs Wheelchair users transferring onto a coach seat Blind or partially sighted customers Deaf or hard of hearing...

  9. Brake - Thru Cycling Club

    Everyone can have a go! You can ride a bike! We have lots of different bikes for you to try. Even if you cannot ride a bike someone can help you. We are based at the Lordship Recreation Ground by Broadwater Farm Community Centre. All cyclists must wear...

  10. Patient Transport Service

    From: St John Ambulance

    With our dedicated fleet of over 900 vehicles nationwide, we provide a patient transport service to those unable to use public or other transport due to bespoke medical conditions. We can assist with a wide range of journeys, from planned hospital appointments...

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