Contact TfL by calling them on their main phone line on 0343 222 1234; you can also contact them via textphone on 0800 112 3456.
Being the capital of England, London is the most densely populated area of both England and the United Kingdom at large. A densely populated capital like London usually means a little bit of confusion with regard to getting around.
This is especially true for tourists, those who are new to the city or locals who particularly don’t get around much. It is in recognition of this fact that the local government has initiated the Transport for London (TfL) initiative that manages all the infrastructures and routes in London as well as provides all the necessary information for anyone who requires help travelling in the city.
One of the main thrusts of the agency is to initiate and maintain transport systems that will improve the lives of all Londoners as well as those who visit this grand city. This means that all transport systems proposed, approved and implemented should have the Londoners’ convenience in mind.
Accessibility is also a very important concept that they put right at the centre of everything that they do, because everyone in London needs access to transportation that will bring them to where they work, live or play. With an environmentally slanted approach, the TfL is also championing the protection and preservation of the environment by only using systems that reduce London’s negative impact on the climate and the environment as a whole.
- If you require help with your Oyster Card or if you require information about any of the services offered by TfL, then call them on 0343 222 1234.
- If you’re a textphone user, then dial 0800 112 3456.
This is their main line and you can use this line to ask for assistance with anything regarding TfL.
You can also call them at this line if you wish to inform them about a complaint or compliment you have.