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The Freedom Pass for disabled people gives free travel on:
The Freedom Pass for disabled people is funded by the London Borough of Waltham Forest and managed by London Councils on our behalf.
You can apply for the disabled person's Freedom Pass if both of the following apply to you:
The statutory disabilities which make someone eligible for a disabled persons Freedom Pass are:
A ‘London Only’ pass is also available for people with a mental health disability.
To qualify, you must be regularly attending a day service as part of your treatment. You must provide a supporting letter from your community psychiatric nurse or psychiatrist.
Carers of someone with a disability are not eligible for a Freedom Pass.
A Freedom Pass holder who finds it too difficult to travel without assistance using public transport may be eligible for the Taxicard scheme, which is also managed by London Councils.
This service provides subsidised trips in licensed taxis and private hire vehicles for people with serious mobility problems.
You’ll need the following to complete your application:
Walthamstow E17 4JF
Please note, we are unable to see personal callers.
Visit the Freedom Pass website to find out what to do if your pass has been lost, stolen or damaged, or if your personal details have changed.
There is a £12 charge for replacing lost or damaged passes.