You can travel for free or get discounts on a range of transport services across London.
Buses, trams and trains
Travel free on bus, tram, Tube, DLR, London Overground and Elizabeth line.
You can travel free on TfL services with your Older Person's Freedom Pass from 09:00 weekdays and anytime at weekends and on bank holidays.
If you have a Disabled Person's Freedom Pass, you can still travel at any time on our services.
If you've previously had a Disabled Person's Freedom Pass and now have an Older Person's Freedom Pass, you may be eligible for a new Disabled Person's Freedom Pass if you can't avoid travelling before 09:00. Contact your borough to find out more.
On National Rail services in London, travel free after 9:30 weekdays, and any time on weekends and public holidays.
See where you can travel on the Freedom Pass map.
Get a discount on your fare for some river services by showing your Freedom Pass when you buy your ticket.
Can I get it?
You can get an Older Person's Freedom Pass if you meet the age requirement and live in a London borough. Check if you're eligible for an Older Person's Freedom Pass.
You can get a Disabled Person's Freedom Pass, if you have an eligible disability and live in London. Check if you're eligible for a Disabled Person's Freedom Pass.
How to apply
Apply to London Councils for your Freedom Pass:
How to use
Make sure you touch in at the start of your journey and touch out at the end on yellow card readers. You only need to touch in on buses and trams. Find out more about touching in and out.
Using your Freedom Pass outside London
The rose symbol on your Freedom Pass means you can travel free on local buses all over England.
Use your Freedom Pass between 9:30 and 23:00 on weekdays and anytime on weekends and public holidays.
Using bus passes if you don't live in London
If you've got an English National Concessionary Scheme bus pass, issued by an English council outside of London, you can travel on our buses. Just show your pass to the driver.