Accessible transport

We recognise the difficulties that some people, such as older people and those with impaired mobility or learning difficulties, have in accessing public transport. We spend over £6m a year providing subsidised transport services to certain groups of residents.

The Council also works with partners such as Action Disability Kensington and Chelsea (ADKC) and Westway Community Transport (WCT) to provide affordable tailored services.


If you are disabled and unable to use public transport, you may like to use Transport for London's Dial-a-Ride service. This is a free door-to-door service to assist people make trips such as shopping, visiting friends and family and to reach recreational activities. For further information visit the Dial-a-Ride website.

Plan your route

If you would like to travel by public transport and you have mobility problems, Transport for London provides information on how to plan a suitable accessible route. For further information visit the TfL website.