Stagecoach Fares and Ticket Zone Revision from Sunday 31 March Across Fife

From Sunday 31 March, Stagecoach will made an amendment to their fares and ticket zones in Fife.

Single, return, dayrider and megarider fares will be revised (all student/U19 tickets, the nightrider ticket (£3) and the Edinburgh 12 journey ticket (£35) will remain at current prices).

Zone Changes

  • The North East Fife ticket zone will be expanded to cover Glenrothes, Leven and services into Dundee City Centre
  • The Fife+ zone will be expanded to cover services into Perth

View the new Fife+ zone map

View the new North East Fife zone map

Your Views Matter – Kirkcaldy – Buckhaven Proposed Pedestrian and Cycle Improvements

AECOM have been commissioned by SEStran (South East of Scotland Transport Partnership) – a regional transport partnership of eight local authorities; City of Edinburgh, Clackmannanshire, East Lothian, Falkirk, Fife, Midlothian, Scottish Borders and West Lothian; to carry out an active travel study in Fife. SEStran is considering improvements in accessibility for cyclists and pedestrians along the A955 between the communities of Kirkcaldy, Dysart, Coaltown of Wemyss, East Wemyss and Buckhaven. This project is being undertaken also on behalf of Sustrans and in consultation with the Council’s transportation officers.

If you wish to pop in to discuss the project or give feedback to the study team then the following sessions have been organised:
• A public consultation event will take place on Friday 8th March at Buckhaven Community Centre (Kinnear Street, Buckhaven, KY8 1BH) from 1pm – 7pm.
• A public consultation event will take place on Tuesday 12th March at Windmill Library (Windmill Road, Kirkcaldy, KY1 3AL) from 2pm – 7pm.

If you are not able to make any of the scheduled sessions, but wish to give feedback, then please fill out the following survey:
The surveyFife Flyer will be available for completion until the 19th March.

Fife Flyer

Nature Trail Survey – Newport and Wormit

What you would you like to see improved along this mainly off road route to make it better for all users? This survey is about the Nature Trail between Wormit and Newport for walkers & cyclists, parents & children – anyone wanting to use this Trail more for active travel, recreation, commuting, getting to schools and other local amenities.

The survey ends on 2nd March. It is organised by North Fife Cycling.
There is a short survey – 5 questions and the full survey of 25 questions. EVERYONE COMPLETING THIS FULL SURVEY CAN ENTER THE PRIZE DRAW – 5 PRIZES OF £10.
If you wish to be entered for the Prize Draw make sure you include your email address at the end of the survey.
Survey details at

Nature Trail Survey

Peachykeen Open Evening: ReCycle Spin Studio

On Thursday 7th February 2019 from 5pm-7pm we’ll be holding our first ever studio open evening. You will have the chance to try out our bikes, learn more about PeachyKeen’s sustainable spin system and how we ReCycle your energy!

There’s no need to register for our free open evening, you can just turn up and everyone is welcome. We’ll also be serving refreshing smoothies blended with our Human Powered Smoothie Maker. More information is available on our Facebook event page here: .

Driving Smarter Energy – Dunfermline

Date and time: Wednesday 13 Feb 2019, 6.30pm with presentations beginning from 7pm

Location: Glen Pavilion, Dunfermline KY12 8QH

Switching to an electric vehicle or a renewable energy source is more achievable and affordable than ever, so join Home Energy Scotland as we help to put you in the driving seat for a cleaner future! This evening event will provide you with an informal introduction to home renewables, battery storage, electric vehicles (EVs) and home EV charging using clean energy.

Bringing together a range of specialists and pioneers to highlight how recent tech advances can help you make smart energy choices at home and on the road, this event is suitable for anyone who is considering investing in home renewables and/or an EV.

With some EV test drives, an hour of informative presentations, and the opportunity to chat to experts and other homeowners over tea and coffee, this free technology showcase event is sure to help you make decisions that are both sustainable and economical for your home. Find out more about the advice services and financial support available from home Energy Scotland.

If you plan to test drive, please do not forget to bring your driving licence with you, and also obtain a licence check from DVLA here

If you don’t have the time to obtain a license check, don’t worry – we can do it on the day. You will need to have your National Insurance number to hand in addition to your driving licence. If you don’t know your National Insurance number, or leave your driving licence at home, you will not be able to test drive.

Interested but can’t make it?

Call 0808 808 2282 for free expert advice.

Glen Pavilion, Dunfermline on Wednesday 13 February 2019
Doors Open at 6:30PM
Starts at 6:30PM

Click here for tickets

Be Nice, Don’t ICE

The number of EV drivers is increasing, and EV chargepoints are becoming busier. ChargePlace Scotland have produced an electric vehicle charging etiquette guide for all users of the ChargePlace Scotland EV network. The guide runs through some useful do’s and don’t s when it comes to charging when you are out and about.

“The ChargePlace Scotland Network is a public resource. Everyone who uses the ChargePlace Scotland Network has a right to access the public charge points on our network regardless of the type of plug-in electric vehicle they drive. Charge points are available for public use on a first come, first served basis. ChargePlace Scotland ask that you treat your fellow network users with respect and courtesy whilst making use of the public charge points.”

Click here to find the guide or go to the ChargePlace Scotland website under Further Information.


Don’t park an ICE in an EV chargepoint bay


Go Contactless with Stagecoach

Tap Beep Go!

Contactless payments are now available on Stagecoach services in East Scotland. You can pay for your ticket on the bus using contactless, either with a contactless-enabled bank card or via Apple Pay or Google Pay. Every Stagecoach bus in East Scotland now has a contactless-enabled ticket machine on board, so no matter what your destination is, you can tap, beep and go!

Why will I love contactless?

  1. No cash? No problem! With contactless you don’t need to worry about finding change to pay for your bus ticket.
  2. Pay quickly – it takes under a second for a contactless payment to register
  3. It’s secure – contactless payments have the same level of protection as Chip and PIN payments

    How do I use contactless on the bus?

    Look for the contactless symbol on your credit or debit card to see if your card is contactless enabled. Board a bus and instead of paying with cash, simply tap your card or contactless-enabled device onto the reader and wait for the beep.

    Stagecoach East Scotland

    Where can I find out more about contactless in East Scotland?

    Click here – Stagecoach Contactless

Bus Service Changes – Monday 26th November

Stagecoach are making amendments to their commercial bus network on Monday 26th November.  Information on the changes can be found the Stagecoach website.

These changes are primarily due to passenger comments and suggestions following the changes which happened in the summer.

The main item with this change is the withdrawal of service X2 (Ferrytoll, Duloch, Amazon)  which is being withdrawn due to low passenger numbers.  However to allow for continued access between Masterton Road / Lapwing Drive and Ferrytoll P&R, Bay Travel have agreed to divert service 89 for the early morning and early evening journeys .


Calling all WOW Schools

Does your child attend one of the WOW project schools (List below)? if so then join us in a game of hide and seek!!

To Celebrate the launch of WOW for 2018/19 the year round Walk to School Challenge in Fife, Living Street’s and Fife Council are inviting you to join in a game of Hide and Seek with Strider, Living Street’s famous Mascot.

During the October holiday, we are encouraging families to get out, be active and head to one of the following parks – Beveridge Park, Letham Glen, Pittencrieff Park and Riverside Park and go in search of Strider.

There will be colourful stones, hidden across the four parks with the image of Strider drawn on them by pupils from Capshard Primary School. If you are lucky enough to find one of the colourful stones please post a photo of the stone onto Living Street’s twitter page @LStreetsScot using the #Striderhideandseek. Don’t forget to re-hide the stone for others to find and keep the game going.

So get your walking shoes on and get seeking at #Striderhideandseek. Fife Council will select randomly from all postings to #Striderhideandseek on the 1st November and announce who will be receiving a fun active session with strider for their school.

Good luck and happy walking!!!

Schools that are part of the WOW project

Auchtertool Primary, Buckhaven Primary, Burntisland Primary, Cairneyhill Primary, Capshard Primary, Carleton Primary, Coaltown of Balgonie Primary, Coaltown of Wemyss Primary, Commetcial Primary, Culross Primary, Duloch Primary, Falkland Primary,  Hill of Beath Primary, Inverkeithing Primary, Kings Road Primary, Ladybank Primary, Lochgelly South Primary, Lochgelly West Primary, Lumphinnans Primary, Masterton Primary, McLean Primary, Methilhill Primary, Milesmark Primary, Mountfleurie Primary, Newport Primary, North Queensferry Primary, Parkhill Primary, Pathhead Primary, Pitlessie Primary, South Parks Primary, Southwood Primary, St Agathas Primary, St Columbas Primary, St Maries Primary, St Patricks Primary, Star, Strathallan Primary, Torbain Primary, Townhill Primary and Wormit Primary