Unfortunately not all Tube stations have step-free access, but London Underground has 84 stations which are step-free from street to platform.
You will see these indicated by a blue wheelchair on a white background on the Tube map.
Some stations are also step-free from street to train - these are shown by a white wheelchair on a blue background on Tube maps.
You can download a Step-Free Tube Guide to help you find stations with step-free access.
An audio guide to the Tube, DLR and London Overground is also available.
You can always ask a member of staff to help you get to the platform. All staff have regular training on how to assist passengers with mobility problems, including those with visual impairments, and will help as far as it is safe to do so.
All Tube trains have priority seats, situated near the doors, which are intended for the use of people with disabilities, older people, pregnant women, and those carrying young children.
All car parks at Transport for London stations have free spaces for Blue Badge and other parking badge holders.
If you need help buying a ticket, you can get help from a member of Transport for London staff.
Each station has at least one ticket machine with lower buttons and coin and card slots for wheelchair users. All Transport for London ticket offices have induction loops, which you can use by switching your hearing aid to the T position.