ScotRail’s Promotional Fare – ‘Fife Fiver’

ScotRail’s New Promotional Fare for its Customers in Fife.

Today is the launch of a new ticket for off-peak day return travel from Fife to Edinburgh or Dundee costing £5. It will be available from Monday, 16 April until Friday, 15 June.

The ticket – called the ‘Fife Fiver’ – will allow off-peak day return travel between Fife and Edinburgh or Dundee any time after 10.00 until 15.30, and then from 18.30 on weekdays. At weekends, the ticket can be used at any time.

This ticket is only available online, and cannot be used in conjunction with any other rail promotional offers, Kids Go Free, Railcards or to upgrade to first class.

This offer is in addition to our ‘Delay Repay’ scheme, where customers who have been delayed by 30 minutes or more can claim compensation for the inconvenience.

Click here for more information on this offer

Please note, to be eligible for this offer you’ll need a My ScotRail account, and your registered account address must be in one of these postcodes: DD6, FK10, KY1 to KY16.

Bus Service Changes – Monday 14th May 2018

Stagecoach East Scotland are proposing changes to their bus network from Monday 14th May 2018.

Clicking here will take you to the Stagecoach website where details of the service changes can be found.

Towards the bottom of the page there is an online form where you can provide your feedback on the proposed changes.  Feedback can be submitted until Friday 23rd March.

Fife Council Kick Start Services

Fife Council were successful obtaining grant funding from the Smarter Choices Smarter Places (SCSP) initiative. SCSP is a Scottish Government scheme to encourage and develop sustainable and active travel throughout communities.
Following feedback received from Local Communities and transport operators, Fife Council has introduced the kick-start journeys listed below.  These kick-start projects are designed to provide short term funding with the anticipation that these journeys become commercially viable over a period of time.
We have added Sunday journeys to this service which will be operated by Stagecoach.  Bay Travel will continue to operate the Monday to Saturday journeys.  Bay Travel tickets will be accepted on the Stagecoach-operated Sunday journeys.
On this service additional journeys have been added from Kincardine to Ferrytoll Park and Ride and Inverkeithing in the morning at 0604 & 0654.  Three journeys from Inverkeithing and Ferrytoll Park and Ride in the evening at 1740, 1800 & 1840.  The 1740 journey operates to Cairneyhill and 1800 & 1840 journeys extend beyond Crombie to Kincardine on request.
 This service will provide direct links between Duloch Park, Camdean and Rosyth Health Centre, running hourly Monday to Friday from morning until mid-afternoon.
This service will provide new direct links between Saline, Steelend, Dunfermline and the Marine Harvest site in Rosyth, as well as links to Ferrytoll Park and Ride.  The service runs Monday to Friday to match the Marine Harvest shift times.
We have maintained the 0914 Mountfleurie to Leven Monday to Friday, although this journey now runs 10 minutes earlier.  A new Monday to Friday journey from Mountfleurie at 0704 to Leven has also been introduced.
This service will be extended to Rosyth in the evenings and Sundays in an effort to provide connections with Edinburgh services.
 Travel Information is available on the Traveline Scotland website or by calling 0871 200 22 33.  If you want to see the route your bus takes, this can be done by using the interactive mapping on the journey planning page of Travel Fife

Bus Service Changes – Monday 5th February 2018

Bay Travel and Moffat & Williamson will be making some minor amendments to their services on Monday 5th February 2018. New timetables are now available at bus stations. Please see below for further information:

Moffat & Williamson
Service M4: Markinch journeys which previously operated via Coaltown of Balgonie will now operate direct to Markinch via Markinch Road End.

Coaltown of Balgonie passengers travelling from Glenrothes Bus Station can travel via this route at no extra charge and alight after Markinch.  Journeys from Coaltown of Balgonie to Glenrothes Bus Station and Collydean are not affected.

Bay Travel
Service 13/13A/13B: Minor route and timetable changes. The service will now operate via St Brycedale Avenue, Mitchell Street and Dunnikier Road to the bus station rather than Meldrum Road and Bennochy Bridge. Due to no demand journeys which extended to Diageo, on a commercial basis are withdrawn.

Service 17B: Minor timetable alterations.

Service 18: Timetable alterations to early evening journeys incorporating additional Monday to Friday evening journeys via Auchtertool.