Parking, Blue Badges, Freedom Passes and Taxicards
Parking for Disabled people
Blue Badge holders can park in almost any shared use bay in the borough when correctly displaying a Blue Badge. You do not have to park in a designated disabled parking bay.
Find out more about Disabled parking bays
The national Blue Badge Scheme allow s you to have more options when parking to make it easier for you to get to where you need to go.
Older Person’s Freedom pass
The Freedom Pass for older people allows free travel across London and free local bus journeys nationally. You can apply for the older persons Freedom Pass on the London Councils website
Disabled Persons Freedom Pass
A Disabled Person's Freedom Pass allows you to travel on local bus services across England during off-peak times.
If you are disabled or blind and need to be picked up at your door, the Taxicard scheme can be a great help. The scheme is for people with serious mobility difficulties who find using public transport very difficult or impossible. It allows people to travel in designated licensed London radio taxis at a reduced rate.
You can qualify for the Taxicard scheme even if you have a Freedom Pass or use other mobility or door-to-door services.