Freedom Pass Scheme
This scheme is operated by Inspire Community trust on behalf on the London Borough of Bexley.
The Freedom Pass allows for free travel on London’s public transport, 24 hours a day on buses, tubes, trams, DLR and off peak travel on National Rail, within the Freedom Pass boundary. All older pass holders and most disabled pass holders can also travel for free on local bus services anywhere in England between 9.30 am and 11 pm.
The Freedom Pass is paid for by your local council and the scheme is managed by London Councils on behalf of the London boroughs.
You may contact us at the Freedom Pass Team on 020 3045 5329 for any enquiries.
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Opening hours: 09.00 – 17.00; Monday – Friday
Phone: 020 3045 5100
Frequently Asked Questions - Freedom Pass Scheme
Will the Freedom Pass be sent to my home address?
Those applying for the older persons pass will have their pass sent to their home address. Those applying for the disability pass will have to come to the Inspire office to collect their pass in person.
When can I apply for the statutory older persons Freedom Pass?
You may apply for the statutory older persons pass when you reach the age of the womens pension age if you were born between 6th November 1952 and 5th October 1954. People born after 6th October 1954 can apply on their 66th birthday.