There are lots of places to go, things to see and do in Camden, as well as across London and beyond. Transport is an important way of helping you get out and about.
For general information about transport and travel, you can visit the transport if you're disabled gov.uk website.
There are details about a Travel mentoring service to help you gain confidence as you start to use Public Transport by yourself.
There are also Accessibility guides in a range of formats to suit your preference.
You can find out which stations have toilet facilities by clicking here.
When using London Underground or travelling by bus, it can be a good idea to Plan your journey first, so you can see which stations and stops are the most accessible to your needs.
There are also further details on Transport for London's Wheelchair access and avoiding stairs page.
The blue badge scheme aims to help disabled people who have severe mobility problems to access services and other facilities by allowing them to park close to their destination. The scheme provides a range of on-street parking concessions for Blue Badge holders who are traveling either as a driver or passenger.
There is an eligibility criteria which is set out on this leaflet.
For more information, you can contact Camden Accessible Travel Solutions.
The Disabled Persons Freedom Pass is a travel pass that allows Camden's disabled residents, with a permanent disability affecting their mobility, free travel within the Greater London area. The pass is valid on all London Transport networks.
To find out more including if you are eligible, visit the disabled person's freedom pass page.