Travel: Greater London:Written question - 9825

(Camberwell and Peckham)

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Asked on: 11 September 2017
Department for Transport
Travel: Greater London
To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, how many people who hold a disabled person's freedom pass live in London; how many people who hold an older person's freedom pass live in London; and how many rail passengers there were in London in each of the last five years.
Answered by: Jesse Norman
Answered on: 14 September 2017

The Freedom Pass is managed by London Councils and the policy on who is entitled to hold one is a matter for the Mayor. The Department does not hold statistics on how many Freedom Pass holders there are.

Rail passenger journeys to/from and within London are published by Office of

Rail and Road here:

The total number of passenger journeys (within London and to and from London) in thousands in the last five years available is as follows:

2015/2016: 934,588

2014/2015: 878,042

2013/2014: 834,528

2012/2013: 787,471

2011/2012: 752,226

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