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London has a wide range of accessible transport options so that older and disabled people can travel in the Capital.
Use the links on the left to get detailed information about accessible travel on our services.
We have recently published an update to Your Accessible Transport Network, setting out what has been delivered to improve accessibility in the past year, and what we still plan to do. The document is available in a range of formats and in hard copy on request.
To get an idea of what it's like travelling in London and what facilities are available to help you, watch our 'how to' films, featured below.
Getting Around London guide
Our Getting around London guide (PDF 5.49MB) describes all the accessibility features on the Tube, bus, DLR and tram.
Assisted transport services in Greater London guide
Our assisted transport services in Greater London guide (PDF 1.89MB) will help you decide whether you should apply to use assisted transport and which service suits your mobility and travel requirements.