Getting around London: Large Print guide to accessibility
London is fast becoming one of the most accessible cities in the world, and we hope that this guide helps you to make the most of the transport options available to you, including assisted public transport.
The guide explains how to use each mode of public transport, one by one.
For buses and London Underground we have provided you with the necessary information you will need to plan and make your journey, depending on your specific requirements, including the range of products available for different access needs.
For the Docklands Light Railway, we have provided alphabetical lists of all stations, complete with concise information on accessibility, changing between other means of transport and station facilities.
For riverboat services, we have provided a list of all operational piers on the River Thames in London that are served by riverboats, complete with information on accessibility, changing between other means of transport, and pier facilities.
The guide includes information on Freedom Pass, a scheme that allows free travel around London for people over 60 and eligible disabled people.
Also included are full explanations of Journey Planner and the Interactive Journey Map. These two facilities on the Transport for London website allow you to plan journeys and check station information with your own access requirements in mind.
You can view the guide here