Living and moving around


Disabled students may have priority in housing allocation. 

Accessibility at LSE


Moving around London

London is a very busy and congested city and travelling around can be problematic and time consuming.  The London Underground is a very old system and the majority of stations have stairs.

  • If you have a mobility impairment, see Tranport for London's Transport Accessibility  and the Disabled Persons Transport Advisory Committee's Accessible Travel information.
  • Get up-to-the-minute information about how the tubes and buses are running, see Transport for London.
  • For London residents with serious mobility difficulties, see The Taxicard Scheme.
  • For disabled drivers or car passengers, special parking rights may be available through the Blue Badge Scheme.
  • For information about transport in and out of London, Travel Cards, driving in the UK, LSE maps and directions and more, see London Life.