You can contact Transport for London on their memorable, mobile-friendly, local-rate telephone number: 0343 222 1234.
Call TfL on this phone number to make an enquiry into the services provided for, and regulations enforced upon, London’s transport networks.
Transport for London is naturally a huge organisation with a broad & complex field of responsibility – they are responsible for safeguarding and regulating all the transport networks in the city of London and surrounding areas. So naturally, the nature of telephone enquiries varies considerably from caller to caller. Common concerns include:
Complaints – Call now to get in touch and make a complaint to Transport for London or escalate a complaint that you’ve already made.
Fares & payments – Call now to make payment or find out how much you need to pay. You can make payments to Transport for London via Oyster cards (including photocards) or contactless payment cards.
Travel services – Call Tfl now to get information about London’s Tube, Buses, Docklands Light Railway (DLR), Trams, London Overground trains, TfL Rail, Transport accessibility, Santander Cycles, Taxis & minicabs, River travel, Emirates Air Line (Cable car), Dial-a-Ride or Lost property on any of the above London transport services.
Roads – Contact Transport for London to get information and assistance with issues on London’s roads such as congestion charges, low emission zones (LEZ), cycling, freight, walking, coaches and more.
Transport for London (TfL) is committed to maintaining excellent standards of customer service so give them a call today, their phone number is 0343 222 1234.
If calling Transport for London from outside the UK, you will need to dial +44 343 222 1234.
Call now to get help with any issue listed above or anything else regarding the services provided and policies enforced by Transport for London. Calls are charged at local rate irrespective of whether you’re calling from a landline or mobile phone, but calls from payphones and from abroad will generally cost more.
For alternative contact details, see the official Transport for London website’s Help & Contact page which is full of distinct contact details for each service and issue you may wish to get help with: https://tfl.gov.uk/help-and-contact/