Access for London

Access for London is 104’s fun new project on the history of accessibility on London’s transport network backed by the National Heritage Lottery Fund. We are working with Transport for London, The London Transport Museum, London Metropolitan Archives and Treloars College to create a self-guided tour app, heritage board, documentary and website all related to the history of disability and transport in London.

Young disabled people are working with 104 films to create all of these plus record oral histories relating the personal histories of disabled passengers.

If you’re aged 16-25 and would like to get involved in filming oral histories or perhaps tell your own transport stories on screen, we would love to hear from you!

Fill out the application form by clicking HERE.