When on London’s public transport network or premises, always:
- Act sensibly and treat others as you would like to be treated.
- Your free travel concession may be withdrawn if we believe that you have behaved in an antisocial way.
Antisocial behaviour includes, but is not limited to:
- Putting your safety or the safety of others at risk
- Use of offensive or threatening language
- Behaving offensively, bullying or threatening others
- Playing music out loud
- Damaging or defacing an Oyster photo card or using a damaged photo card
- Letting anyone else use your Oyster photo card
- Refusing to wear a face covering (COVID)
Committing any crime on, or in connection with, London’s public transport network, in particular, but not limited to:
- Physical or verbal assault;
- Unlawfully carrying a weapon;
- Criminal damage or trespass on London’s public transport network or premises;
- Theft, robbery or burglary;
- Misusing controlled drugs
London Regional Transport Railways, DLR, Croydon Tram link or National Railways Byelaws
Any provision of regulation 6 or 7 of the Public Service Vehicles (Conduct of Drivers, Inspectors, Conductors and Passengers) Regulations 1990
Transport for London’s Conditions of Carriage
- Remember to always touch in with your Oyster photo card at the start of every journey. If you don’t you could lose your free travel.