The in & out guide for parents using the London Underground. This is the only app of its kind: A reference guide to every station on the London Underground, including all travel zones, London Overground, East London Line and the DLR.
Use this guide to plan how you tackle your trip on the London Underground by picking those stations with pushchair friendly journeys!
Pick your station, train line, interchange and see a detailed account of what it takes to get from point A to point B. Including the number and direction of all stairs/escalators/lifts. See screenshots for more details.
Ratings and Reviews
Shame about the name
Hey there, I’ve only just downloaded the app, having heard good things, so can’t actually rate it yet. Just one complaint... while I like the product’s punning title, it’s a shame you’re assuming only mums do childcare - and shrinking your potential downloads by 50% in the process. I admit I can’t think of anything incorporating both parents that doesn’t sound cumbersome straight off the bat, but how about TubeTots or TubingWithTots?
So much quicker than downloading tfl map
Perfect if u want to quickly see how many steps there are or if there is a lift at the station you want to travel from!!
Shame - sounds great but didn't deliver
This app could be so much better. It tells you if a station is pushchair friendly or not. And it does tell you how many steps there are at each station.
But...and it's a big but...it doesn't have a route planner option. So if you need to go from station A to station B the app cannot suggest a pushchair friendly alternative. It's no good telling me there are 43 stairs at my destination unless I know how to get there another way!
Frankly, you'd be better off looking at the TfL website.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.