With all the new London attractions, one of the most important questions people ask about their local city is how safe it is.
Here’s a guide to help you decide.
You can see our guide to how to get the most out of your visit to London from a safe distance.
How to travel safely and safely in London If you are travelling with someone who is travelling alone, you need to make sure you have a safe plan in place.
The London Underground, for example, is often a good place to go for people with disabilities.
It’s also the most popular place to visit in the capital, so a safety plan is important.
If you’re going alone, consider: How far away is your friend or family member?
Do they have a guidebook or a mobile phone?
Do you have an appointment?
Do the people you’re travelling with have a wheelchair?
What are your transport options?
If your friend doesn’t have a personal guidebook, the Tube’s Underground Guide to London will give you tips for where to go and what to do when you arrive.
Where to go If you can see the Tube and it’s a good fit for you, you should go.
But if you don’t want to go out of town, you can also try the new Tube stations: Waterloo station, Piccadilly Circus and Piccunie.
These new stations are open 24 hours a day and offer free wi-fi and a cafe.
You don’t have to go alone, but it’s always a good idea to get a lift, because they can be quite crowded.
What to do If you have to stop for something, or you have too many people in the same place, be aware that it could get crowded.
You may also want to bring a map to show you where to walk.
How much money can I spend on my journey?
You’ll need to know the fare on the Underground, so you can plan your trip wisely.
You will also need to keep track of your expenses and keep track on your travel voucher, which is valid for six months.
How long do I need to get off and on the Tube?
You may need to check how long you’ll need if you have people with a disability, because some Tube stations are wheelchair accessible, or have wheelchair lifts.
There are also times when the Tube doesn’t close, so it’s best to plan your journey carefully.
Your journey may also be affected by weather.
If it’s raining or snowing, you’ll probably need to take a longer journey.
You could also be stuck if the Tube is stuck in traffic.
When should I get off?
Most Tube stations close at 09:00.
If the station doesn’t open, it’s probably closed.
The Tube is open from 09:30.
How do I know when it’s safe to go?
Tube operators tell you when they’re ready to close at 11:00 on the morning of the next weekday, or by 12:00 midnight on the weekend.
It can take up to three hours for Tube stations to close, but Tube trains are often quicker to get on than buses.
What should I do if I’m stranded?
If you need help, call 999 or use the Tube Safety Helpline.
It will tell you if you can get on or off the Tube safely.
If there are people with you, check if anyone has a guide book or mobile phone, and if you’re able to walk, whether you can stand.
Be careful to stay close to people, and don’t let people make noise or otherwise interfere with you.
If someone stops you to talk, say ‘thank you’ in a friendly way.
If they stop to make fun of you, say something like ‘I’m sorry, I didn’t mean to annoy you’.
You should also try to get someone to hold you until the next station opens.
Do you need a wheelchair to travel on the tube?
The Tube’s Tube Safety Guide to Great Britain provides details on the accessibility of all Tube stations, which can help you plan your visit safely.
When will I get on the next Tube train?
You’ll probably be able to travel the next day, as long as you don’ t have any delays.
You should book your journey as soon as possible.
If your journey is affected by a weather delay, you could be stuck for several days.
It depends on how far you’re traveling.
What if I need help?
If the Tube closes, you may need a walker to help.
They’ll usually need to help people with special needs with stairs, stairs with ramps, wheelchair ramps or walking with people with wheelchairs.
How often do you need an ambulance?
You should check on your tube train when it opens for service.
It could take up the whole day to get you on and off, so ask your train operator if you might need an emergency ambulance.
If a rescue vehicle is needed, ask them to call 999.
What are the best routes for a train?