The links on this page will take you to more information on travel related services.
Applying for a freedom pass online. The older persons freedom pass allows free travel in London for residents who have reached state pension age
Freedom Pass - information provided by the council
Freedom pass details on Croydon Council's website.
Croydon Mobility forum and a link to the "accessible transport in Croydon" leaflet.
Dial a Ride
Dial a Ride is a door to door free transport service for people with disabilities with a permanent or long-term disability that stops them from using other public transport.
Contact: 0845 999 1999
The Motability Scheme enables disabled people to exchange either their Higher Rate Mobility Component of Disability Living Allowance or their War Pensioners' Mobility Supplement to obtain a new car, powered wheelchair or scooter.
You can hire an electric shopping scooter or wheelchair from Shopmobility in the Whitgift car park.
The London taxicard is a non-statutory concession. It allows disabled people living in Croydon to use licensed black cabs at reduced fares. Residents who are registered blind, have very severe mobility problems and are unable to use public transport, may qualify for this scheme.
Transport for London website giving bus and tram routes for Croydon and other London areas.
Train times and journey planner.
Cycling for All, cycle sessions for disabled people in Croydon and surrounding areas.