What do you get?

  • 1/3 off most rail fares across Britain
  • For you and a companion
  • Costs just £20
    for one year
    or £54 for
    three years

Learn more about what
you get with a Disabled
Persons Railcard

Are you eligible?

You may qualify if you:

  • Receive disability-related benefits, including Personal Independence Payments
  • Are registered as deaf or use a hearing aid
  • Are registered as
    visually impaired
  • Have epilepsy

Find out if you are

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Guidance for wheelchair users using trains

The rail industry has issued new guidance for wheelchair users when using train services. The guidance explains how best to use trains safely and the recommended methods for boarding and alighting trains when using a wheelchair. It was produced by the Rail Safety Standards Board in collaboration with ATOC, Network Rail and Department for Transport. A copy of the guidance can be downloaded by clicking the link below.

Southern stations set for accessibility and passenger information improvements

Southern has announced that over £1million worth of accessibility and passenger information improvements are set to be made to stations across the Southern network this year.


What is a Disabled Persons Railcard?

Disabled Persons Railcard not for you? Visit www.railcard.co.uk for other Railcards