Making Bus Journeys Better in Fife

Posted on 01 Jun 2022

Fife Council, as part of the Fife Bus Partnership, are giving you the chance to share how bus journeys could be improved in Fife.

As part of the council's commitment to tackling climate change, more people in Fife will be encouraged to make more sustainable travel choices such as using public transport. To help make this happen, we are looking at ways to make current bus journeys shorter, more convenient, and more reliable across Fife to benefit residents, business, and visitors.

An online public consultation was launched on Monday 30th May, to give people the opportunity to share how they think bus journeys could be better. We are looking at buses between Kincardine, Dunfermline, Glenrothes, Kirkcaldy, Leven, Cupar, and St Andrews. The project is at an early stage and so your local knowledge is important. You can help identify problem areas on your bus journey. The feedback that is given in the consultation will be used to create designs which will help improve bus journey times.

We encourage you to share this consultation with your members directly as well as share on social media. We also welcome responses from organisations and groups.

The consultation is open from Monday 30th May to Monday 11th July 2022.

Please note, there is a separate consultation run by Tayside Bus Partnership which concerns the route from Dundee to St Andrews only, which is not affiliated with this consultation.