The TfL Railway Byelaws were made under paragraph 26 of Schedule 11 to the Greater London Authority Act 1999 and were confirmed by authority of the Secretary of State for Transport on 6 September 2011.
The TfL Railway Byelaws apply to London Underground, Docklands Light Railway and London Overground services and regulate the use and working of, and travel on, the railway and railway premises and the conduct of all people while on those premises. Railway services operated by other train operating companies are subject to the National Railway Byelaws, a copy of which can be obtained from the relevant operators.
The TfL Road Transport Premises Byelaws were made under section 25 of the London Transport Act 1969 and were confirmed by authority of the Secretary of State for Transport on 6 September 2011.
The TfL Road Transport Premises Byelaws apply to bus garages, stations, shelters, depots, and other premises used to provide London's bus services. The TfL Road Transport Premises Byelaws regulate the use and operation of road transport premises and approaches to premises and the conduct of all people while on those premises.
The Tramlink Byelaws were made under section 46 of the Croydon Tramlink Act 1994 and were confirmed by the Secretary of State for Transport on 13 April 2000.
The Tramlink Byelaws regulate the use and working of, and conduct and travel upon, the Croydon Tramlink and associated premises or other facilities provided in connection with the Tramlink system and the conduct of persons while on those premises.
Copies of the TfL Railway, TfL Road Transport Premises and Croydon Tramlink Byelaws can be viewed by members of public at:
Transport for London
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Please ask at reception for a member of the Public and Regulatory Law team.