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Free Transport for London (TfL) Backgrounds for Zoom, MS Teams etc
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Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
Imagine you're on a bus, or DLR or Emirates cable car... All backgrounds available to download as single files or as one collection download.
jaipe

Nice work nzmtbz - just find some JPEG images on Google and post them as Zoom background deals.

CarloRivera

This!

patrick_000

Unfortunately he’s now the PM but he managed to leave behind a string of costly disasters at TfL like the cable car and largely unusable double decker buses.

Twal96

Perfect, under 18s can now pretend they’ve got their free transport

Gitfinger

You might get fined for non-essential travel...

London Buses to be free (for all essential journeys) from Monday @ Transport for London
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Posted 17th AprPosted 17th AprLocalLocal
London Buses are free for to use from Monday for all essential journeys. The temporary decision to tell passengers they no longer need to pay coincides with a trial involving pass… Read more
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crinklecutnose

It's doesn't make sense. It encourages more than the vulnerable and the elderly to see if they can have a go on the buses. I've heard this today: "the buses are free, innit?" from a person who wasn't visibly vulnerable or elderly only to be turned away from the driver. Plus there are more than three types of bus in London, with only one type with middle doors focused on for this treatment.

Azwipe

Approximately 200 different viruses can cause the common cold so no a cold is not a virus, it is a symptom of one of many viruses. That is the reason you can't get a cold vaccine.

Ambar_Hussain007

False the goverment dont fund london buses

lucas

You live in London not the Highlands, walk or shop local. Public transport is only for key workers not shopping trips. Save lives.

Footsore

"...the common cold is not a virus..." I'm limited to information in this universe

Covid19 Temp :Free 24 hour access to Santander Cycles for NHS Workers +All road user charges suspended + Season Ticket Refund @ TFL (London)
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Posted 23rd MarPosted 23rd MarLocalLocal
In a bid to ensure London's critical workers, particularly those in the NHS, are able to travel round London as easily as possible during this national emergency TFL will suspend a… Read more
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reviewsUK

I had to apply online once they introduced that option, because I didn't receive anything for weeks after applying on the phone and saw other people commenting that they received a refund within days of phoning. They did charge a £5 fee.

Pokora

Did anyone receive any TFL refund since this announce ?

Pokora

Now you can apply online for the refund without having to wait for a person in the phone, but as customers are saying they are not waving the admin fee + they are not calculating from the date of last use. BEFORE you do this online make snapshots and download as many information from the oyster you need because after you won't be able to access to any information from that oyster.

Rx78

also a note to everyone on refund - it is calculated based on 52 weeks - 6 weeks because of the free extra travel, so essentially 322 days basis rather than 365 days.... which means expect less to be paid into your bank account

jordanleno

FYI all. I was on the phone for 1 hour before talking to someone, and compared TFL estimated calculations vs my calculations before he processed my monthly travelcard and PAYG balances, TFL was out by £5!!!! Which is the £5 admin/deposit fee that is SUPPOSEDLY waived during COVID19!!! I pointed this out to the guy but poor sod can only rely on TFL system, his explaination was that's how the system generated the refund amount based on "ordinarily charged". It may not be much, but this is really sneaky on TFL part, announcing one thing and doing the exact opposite! Refund estimated 10-14 working days.

Free burrito at new Tortilla at Euston station London
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Posted 6th Dec 2019Posted 6th Dec 2019
Free burrito at new Tortilla at Euston station London
FREE£0.01
Just show the image any time until end of Sunday 8th. Received in email as a subscriber.
money.monster

Something to do while I wait for my train which was cancelled again.

EazyDuz

Cold means going to the hell hole London

zworld

The idea of rice in a wrap is slapworthy

herrbz

What did you say that got deleted?

waterloo

This site is a joke nowadays say something they dont like its gets deleted, post a deal that doesnt even work for 99% of people on here its gets voted hot and is allowed to stay.

London Only - Free Travel on all TfL networks between 23:45 on New Year's Eve and 04:30 on New Year's Day @ TfL
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Posted 2nd Dec 2019Posted 2nd Dec 2019
London Only - Free Travel on all TfL networks between 23:45 on New Year's Eve and 04:30 on New Year's Day @ TfL
FREE£0.01
Just seen that as per the last few years, TFL will be offering free travel from 23:45 on New Year's Eve until 04:30 on New Year's day to ease the process of trying to get back home… Read more
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dealpickle

Yeah, I had no trains and a dismal replacement bus service when I came home from them back then, so I can sympathise somewhat, took me about two hours. Glad you enjoyed the fireworks though! I agree, well worth a tenner.

jyonda

I was there last night and it was great. Well worth a tenner. The journey home on the other hand was appalling.

royals

Did Trafalgar square decades ago. They cancelled the event, couldnt drink alcohol, couldnt leave when there. Worst Nye ever, never again.

dealpickle

It's well worth going, I went two years ago and it was ace.

scorp10

Free 24 hour Santander Cycle Hire with code
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Posted 2nd Dec 2019Posted 2nd Dec 2019
Free 24 hour Santander Cycle Hire with code
FREE£2
From 1 December, TFL is giving everyone free access to Santander Cycles for 24 hours – including all 30-minute journeys. 🚴🚴🚴 Just enter the code SCXMAS19 … Read more
bozo007

You get the one you returned?

josephg5

Must have been a glitch. After attempting a few too many times, I deleted the app and started all over again. All ok now!

josephg5

Installed the app just now and trying to register, I get an error message saying, "Sorry there's a problem with your registration: Invalid promotion" Also, it wants to charge me £2 to sign up. Am I doing something wrong?

Trending

Download the app and plan your journey ahead. Usually you will find bikes in zone 1, 2 and 3. Except for north London.

deleted280651

so basically 30 mins is free then you have to dock in?? what if there are no b ikes at the place you go to??

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Transport For London Contactless Transaction - Get 10% back every time with Amex ( first 20,000 Cardmembers)
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Posted 2nd Dec 2019Posted 2nd Dec 2019
Transport For London Contactless Transaction - Get 10% back every time with Amex ( first 20,000 Cardmembers)
Good offer for Amex cardholders. Save to Card to get a 10% statement credit on an eligible contactless transaction with Transport for London by 31/12/2019 . Valid every time … Read more
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jujuja

Has anyone managed to get a triggering email? Have signed up and used my card to make a few contactless journeys and it’s not triggered an email and the 10% back hasn’t credited yet.

alchemist1883

Wow, if own an AMEX, surely you will never notice 10% saving! Need Megabucks and credit rating to match to get one. TFL needs to make it a deal for everyone, like normal man's with a debit card..

kaaaching

Im a Amex gold card holder and i dont get any of these good ones, e.g. the supermarket offer going on. why is that??

Pokora

Off topic: I see that a lot of people have Amex, but when i read T&C i cant see enough advantages to get one. May i'm missing sonething?

Nk123456

I hate how this deal isn't given to the people that would actually use it.. I use tfl contactless daily and no sign of it anywhere. My friend uses a monthly travel card and he has the offer.

(World Car Free Day) Free 24hr Unlimited Santander Cycle Hire (Including access to 20km Closed Roads in Central London) @ TFL
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Refreshed 20th Sep 2019Refreshed 20th Sep 2019
(World Car Free Day) Free 24hr Unlimited Santander Cycle Hire (Including access to 20km Closed Roads in Central London) @ TFL
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On the 22nd September, to celebrate World Car Free Day, you can get 24hrs of unlimited Santander Cycle hire for free. You will need to enter the code CarFreeDay2019 when accessin… Read more
FoxRaynard

So we should only obey laws that prevent fatalities? I'm pretty sure there is a raft of laws that don't fall in this category. B&C we will probably never know D - What laws are you prioritising when you condone cyclists running red lights exactly? And what exactly is unjust about asking cyclists to obey traffic laws? I will get upset if cyclists use pavements if there is no cycle path. I'm pretty sure they can tell the difference, and cyclists don't use pavements because they are confused, they use them as a short cut, because they want to avoid traffic queues or are afraid to be on the road. Bicycles are defined as vehicles and have to obey traffic laws as vehicles. If cyclists are afraid to be on the road, choose a different type of transport, simple as that

afroylnt

I walk round a path to my local waitrose and roughly once a week I see someone cycling / scootering (some electric) at what I estimate to be circa 15mph passing only 2 feet away from pedestrians inc. small children dogs etc yes most don't cycle at that speed but unfortunately some selfish dangerous ones do...

supermann

I don't think many cyclists would be doing those speeds on the pavement, no disrespect in pointing out the obvious but pavements aren't like roads, people moving in different directions, sometimes in crowds, it's not an easy place to pick up speed but I do concede that given the movement, bicycles can become hazardous regardless of speed.

afroylnt

Of course a car carries much more force but the speed of some cyclists would mean they would contact with pedetrians somewhere between 10-15+ mph.

supermann

I'm not saying it's not possible, it can frighten people, people do very occasionally get hit but rarely ever killed. And whilst this is bad I think it needs to be put in perspective. A cyclist hitting you 5 mph is nothing like being hit by a car at 30-50mph even if the cyclist may be travelling at 10-25mph

Free Unlimited Santander Cycle Hire on 8th August
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Posted 7th Aug 2019Posted 7th Aug 2019
Free Unlimited Santander Cycle Hire on 8th August
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Cycle to Work Day takes place on Thursday 8 August. To encourage everyone to take part, TfL is offering free hires using code CTWD2019. This code gives a free 24 hour access perio… Read more
hwangeruk

The government is responsible (of course) for governance over our transportation. The scheme is not paid for by central government, its paid for by TFL + a sponsor. (TFL re-using money it gets from the congestion charge - so its a reasomably fair system. Its also not free)

Norseg

Exactly Gov shouldn't be funding these

Norseg

Banks are not the government, exactly If Santander has their branding all over the bike it should be their responsibility, I don't think the government should be putting a penny towards Londoners having free rent bikes

hwangeruk

I was actually replying to TopTrump. But your idea is absurd. Banks are not the government. Perhaps we should get grocery stores to add a monthly banana+bike subscription to boost fruit sales in their dying high street stores? (Does this metaphor help? Bank accounts are just a retail product, you can't force a link between them)

Norseg

Tell me what's wrong with my idea No cost on Taxpayer to fund Londoner getting free bike hires Banks could offer do promotions which will boost their revenue for their dying bank

A month of free travel (London Overground's Gospel Oak to Barking) 31st August-1st October @ TFL
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Posted 6th Aug 2019Posted 6th Aug 2019LocalLocal
A month of free travel (London Overground's Gospel Oak to Barking) 31st August-1st October @ TFL
https://tfl.gov.uk/modes/london-overground/gospel-oak-to-barking-improvements?cid=gospel-oak-barking-trains#on-this-page-1 To thank you for your patience during the delay in bring… Read more
amour3k

Lol, fair enough.

SamBee1

Erm, no, that's the whole point.There is free travel due to the delay in the new trains. Which have now arrived. That's eight brand new 4 carriage trains so there are trains every 15 minutes. Capacity has been doubled since a few months ago. https://londonist.com/london/transport/gospel-oak-barking-overground-new-electric-trains Trains that start at Gospel Oak (closest station for Hampstead Heath), passes through Crouch Hill (for Crouch End), improve access for the new WHL, connect onto trains for Southend at Barking and in a couple of years will extend to Barking Riverside, a brand new 'town' on the Thames with 10,800 new homes and the facilities to match.

zworld

Another hip-hop nobody

zworld

This line is horrible, I wouldn't jump on it even if it was free. The trains consists of two carriages, come every 30 mins. and people board it regardless of if it's already packed. And, you have to fight it out with the EU self-claimed builders from Walthamstow and Leytonstone.

Freshmike

Get a yearly ticket

Free Travel in London for Select Armed Forces Veterans via Transport for London
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Posted 14th Jun 2019Posted 14th Jun 2019
Free Travel in London for Select Armed Forces Veterans via Transport for London
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Not sure how well known this is so I thought is was worth a share :) I hope this helps those who are eligible but did not realise they could access free travel across London :) … Read more
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jinkssick

My taxes can happily go to this. But cut 50% off politicians wages whilst your at it.

premierfella

7,800+ of these issued by 2016 according to the article below, and given that (as already seen in this deal thread) some of these will be drawers around the UK only used on occasional visits to London this very limited concession isn't costing TfL a fortune in lost revenue. The least that TfL could do for those who qualify for it, and of course probably gave BoJo some positive publicity during his mayoral campaign at the time (not a BoJo fan but to be fair to him, in this case, he did seem to make it clear during his 2008 campaign that his planned concession would be for injured rather than all veterans). https://www.gov.uk/government/news/over-100-opportunities-for-ex-service-personnel-as-tfl-signs-the-armed-forces-covenant

scms

I suppose it's just like every other repetitive deal, if you don't know, you don't know

Stitch123

And to go even further it’s not just for veterans who left with a disability attributable to military service - it depends heavily on the type of compensation / pension given. For example I was medically discharged and get a medical pension for injury on tour however as I got a one off payment from AFCS (but also a monthly med pension) and not a GIP im not entitled to this. GIPs are only given to the very very serious injuries and replaced the war pension scheme.

JamesBody

Just to reiterate - this offer (which has been around for years) is not just for Veterans - to qualify you need to be a Veteran who left service with a disability or wound that is attributable (and documented) to military service. Contrary to public perception, the number of Veterans with service related disabilities lurking around in UK is still comparatively small. I served for 22 years and managed to emerge in reasonable good shape - as do the majority of Veterans - and to be able to take advantage of this offer you do need to be Service disabled AND living in London.... So in reality very few of these Veterans Oystercards are issued.

Hidden London : Down Street - Churchills Secret Station Sold out tickets now available Adult £85.00, Concession £80.00
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Posted 17th May 2019Posted 17th May 2019
Hidden London : Down Street - Churchills Secret Station Sold out tickets now available Adult £85.00, Concession £80.00
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Just saw tickets pop up for this Sunday tour of the hidden london : down street - Churchill’s secret station tour. This event sold out for entire may and no weekends available in … Read more
unkypoo

I think this one includes free ticket to the transport museum as well as 10% discount. Others only have half price ticket and 10% off.

Poppydog

Wow - family with two teenagers £330 for 90 minutes......slightly less than the 7 nights self-catering in Corfu for 4, a little further down

cdm22

Any reason why this one is over double the price of all the other ones they do?

pitbullmern

that is seriously overpriced lol

deleted2168778

It's a great tour, very informative worth the money as are all these hidden London tours.. Best one so far Clapham deep level

The Ultra Low Emission Zone is here - click on the link to use online vehicle checker.
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Posted 26th Apr 2019Posted 26th Apr 2019
The Ultra Low Emission Zone is here - click on the link to use online vehicle checker.
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The Ultra Low Emission Zone is here - The Central London Ultra Low Emission Zone is now in operation to help tackle London’s toxic air. Owners of vehicles that don’t meet the new … Read more
anton1234

Pay as much as you like and you can pollute as much as you like, it doesn't stop pollution just makes free money.

The3dge

Thanks for your enlightenment (y)

The3dge

Lol

Blahblahblahlol

Jeremy Clarkson should be in charge of transport burning rubber lol...

xenophon

With respect why don't you move on, you posted the "deal", so why hang around replying to everyone and arguing with people. Go, your job is done. (y)

FREE Easter Gift from TFL Rail - Mini Eggs & Costa Gift Card
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Posted 8th Apr 2019Posted 8th Apr 2019LocalLocal
FREE Easter Gift from TFL Rail - Mini Eggs & Costa Gift Card
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Handed out at Liverpool Street station this morning
lasuil

Very nice, how much was on the Costa card?

DealJourno

Not sure it's just them. It feels like a UK trend.

meinnit

(shock) explains why TFL are struggling with their finances!

Natalia_Freeman

Is this still going on?

Mechtup

And I didn’t say it wasn’t. I was just pointing out we shouldn’t complain about what they give out if they give out something.

New London ULEZ charge - check your vehicle
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Posted 8th Apr 2019Posted 8th Apr 2019
New London ULEZ charge - check your vehicle
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Check your vehicle by entering your number plate for free at the transport for London website. Don't get caught out by an unexpected charge. The Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) r… Read more
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crazylegs

How many more Taxes will people keep paying blindly! The poll tax never got off the ground twice, If you don't pay this rubbish it won't ever get off the ground and they will have to scrap it, but no the blind British public sheep will pay it!!!

SmashingK

It's stupid that a car like this https://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201807068176389 is exempt.

Satan_Claws

Not that I have any intention of driving into London but my LPG car apparently will cost £12.50 in the ULEZ area but free in the LEZ area. Is that the same for petrol only cars?

Si__

Other cities are introducing their own charges for congestion/emissions under 'clean air' schemes. Manchester for example is looking to charge £7.50 in the city centre and surrounding towns. Stoke-On-Trent is set to introduce a £8 minimum fee for the central dual carriage way connecting it's 6 towns... the same road that gets used when they divert traffic from the M6 when there is an accident. There are a few other cities that are set to introduce their own, and it makes you wonder what the true cost would be to travel the country at some point in the future. Probably cheaper just to get on a plane.

Si__

Certainly seems a little off. My old Kia sportage 2.0ltr, that's £240 tax a year is showing as free, as is my other car. Two of my old cars are showing as they would have been free too, one being an '97 Astra not even fuel injected.

Millions of pounds laying around on your Oyster Cards  - Claim your money back!
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Refreshed 24th Mar 2019Refreshed 24th Mar 2019
Millions of pounds laying around on your Oyster Cards - Claim your money back!
FREE£0.01
I posted this quite a while back and really helped a lot of you so thought it was worth re-sharing as a couple of things have also changed in the way refunds are given. A lot of … Read more
adam659

Would this refund offer work on Student photo card too (although the cards has expired)? I have my sister's photocard laying around :)

smothy

Thanks, claimed back over £12.. not bad

bozo007

None, to my knowledge. Stick with the same contactless card and you get the same daily and weekly fare caps like Oyster.

saif1a

Technology and complexity never make life easier. Usually customer pays for the failures in tfl investment. Today barriers are often left open due to shortage of staff. With mechanical system they either had the machines fixed or guards at barriers. In the oyster or credit based system is a story of economy getting messed up by corrupt leaders, money disappears out of circulation, more computers replace people, more money disappears. Citizens left to absorb costs. You pay for forgetting, you pay for reclaiming in the time taken.

pan_thera

Thank you. Just applied for a bacs refund online.

Pay £20 and get Unlimited Travel on Transport Services with Oyster Photocard for Over 60s - London Borough Residents
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Refreshed 17th Mar 2019Refreshed 17th Mar 2019
Pay £20 and get Unlimited Travel on Transport Services with Oyster Photocard for Over 60s - London Borough Residents
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If you're 60 or over and live in a London borough, you can get free travel on our transport services with an Oyster photocard. Free travel on bus, Tube, tram, DLR, London Overgrou… Read more
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Adrian_Troalic

Blackpool? Never been, I've already had experiences of Southend-On-Sea and Maidenhead, i think it's called, yeah, as a lifetime globally experienced surfer that's not really my kind of entertainment 😄

Norseg

Mont Saint Michel, it's Blackpool (lol)

Adrian_Troalic

Looking back at the photos it reminds me of Mont Saint-Michel actually, and a lot of beaches on the north coast of France, not exactly the softest sand in the world, because of the exaggerated tides, but still, it's a beach no two ways about it.. Sorry mate

Adrian_Troalic

Listen, i was born in Jersey, where we have some of the cleaniest beaches on the planet, but a beach is a beach, it has sand and sea water, stop being ridiculous!

Norseg

Not a real beach (lol) More like a Lake with Sand (popcorn) This is a beach

Free 'Please Offer Me a Seat' Badge and Card for TFL
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Posted 6th Jan 2019Posted 6th Jan 2019
Free 'Please Offer Me a Seat' Badge and Card for TFL
If you struggle to stand while using public transport, there is a free badge and card available to help you alert fellow customers that you need a seat. Learn more and apply for yo… Read more
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drtongue

Lol yes (lol) (lol)

chimpee

do u ever get mistaken for a speech therapist?

KingAwKings

How about read English?

drtongue

A gentleman with the name of David Robert Tongue, your point being?

billysablo

username computes with being a gentleman

Free - 24 Hours Unlimited Santander Cycle Hire
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Refreshed 27th Dec 2018Refreshed 27th Dec 2018
Free - 24 Hours Unlimited Santander Cycle Hire
FREE£2
Santander Cycles is a great way to get around London this festive period – even on Christmas Day. To get into the festive spirit, we’re offering you 24 hours of unlimited trips u… Read more
buzzard

What do paramedics call a London cyclist? Organ donor.

idioteq

Same here.

ncd

Ummm. No. There is other bike hire schemes in other cities across the country.

OutwithCameron1

So Londoners get something else that the rest of us don't, good for them

alieus_uk25

Weird.

Disabled customers Transport for London. Please offer me a seat
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Posted 17th Dec 2018Posted 17th Dec 2018
Disabled customers Transport for London. Please offer me a seat
Badge and card application, apply online to let people know if you need a seat. Many of our customers, particularly disabled people and those with invisible impairments, condition… Read more
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angie55

I have been on trains and tube with a surgical boot on my foot,no offers ne their seat.

sox5

We have signs on our buses for elderly disabled and people with buggy’s we can sit on the seats until any of above comes on and If people didn’t move the drivers ask people to mov

biffab

I have one of these for my autistic son. Great in principle, but no body takes any notice. I have a lanyard with a badge on it that says 'i have autism, please be patient with me'. Used in conjunction works well.

bjkmummy

Great idea. My daughter has an invisible disability and although wouldn't as such expect someone to give their seat up for her but if she did get a seat it would mean people would understand why she kept her head down and wasn't being rude by not giving her seat up for someone else

EstorilBlue

Whilst its easy to judge and see things from the perspective of those looking for a seat, dont forget some people may not stand and offer a seat because they already need it for reasons known to them. Disabled/elderly/infirm/pregnant etc people can already occupy the seats too! ;) Agreed that people could do more to help others in need though, if they are able to!