Older person Freedom Pass
The older persons Freedom Pass is funded by Redbridge Council and gives free travel on most public transport in London 24 hours a day (after 9.30 on most National Rail services within the London Area), including all day at weekends and on public holidays. The pass can also be used to travel on local bus services in the rest of England under the terms of the Concessionary Bus Travel Act 2007.
You can apply for the Older Persons Freedom Pass if you meet the age criteria and your sole or principal residence is in the London Borough of Redbridge.
If you're a London resident, aged 60 or over, and not yet eligible for a Freedom Pass, you may be eligible for TfL's 60+ London Oyster Photo card. Find out more at the TfL website and search for 60 plus.
How to apply
You can apply for the Older Persons Freedom Pass online.
More information about what documents you will need when you apply online can be found on the Freedom Pass website.
If you are unable to apply online, you can ask for a paper application form through the dedicated Freedom Pass helpline on 0300 330 1433.
Whichever way you apply, you will need to provide proof of your identity and age, proof of your London address and one recent colour passport-sized photograph.
Lost, stolen, damaged or faulty passes
All of the information you need to replace your pass (either online or by telephone) can be found on the London Councils website.
Freedom Pass holders who lose or damage their pass will be charged £10 for each replacement.
The Freedom Pass is paid for by Redbridge Council and the scheme is managed by London Councils on behalf of all the London Boroughs.