ABC is a multi-operator bus ticket scheme. The scheme allows passengers to travel on All Bus Companies across East Fife and Dundee with one smart ticket. The East Fife zone covers travel from the Tay Road bridge, south to include St Andrews and the East Neuk, Leven and as far east as Glenrothes, Strathmiglo, Auchtermuchty and Newburgh.
You can buy a through ticket on all trains which allows you to travel on the local bus services at your destination station. Ask for a PlusBus ticket. PlusBus tickets are valid at 3 Fife stations : Dunfermline Town, Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath. Visit the PlusBus website for full details.
With One-Ticket you get unlimited travel – by bus, by train, or both – in Edinburgh and East Central Scotland. Take the train and bus to work, travel home by train, take the bus to a gig, take another to go for tea, hop back on to go home again. All with One-Ticket. Designed to suit you, One-Ticket is available in Day, 7-Day, 28-Day or Annual for BUS ONLY and Week, Month or Annual for RAIL+BUS. For further information, including current prices for both types of One-Ticket, please visit: www.one-ticket.co.uk or call the hotline number on 0845 055 1770.
St Andrews Railbus
There is a special through ticket available for travel to/from St Andrews via Leuchars Station. The St Andrews Railbus ticket allows train travel to Leuchars and onward bus travel to St Andrews (and vice-versa). You can buy your ticket at any staffed railway station or St Andrews Bus Station. Visit the ScotRail Railbus page for more details.
Edinburgh Airport Railbus
There is also a special through ticket available for travel to/from Edinburgh Airport via Inverkeithing Station. The EdinburghAirport Railbus ticket allows train travel to Inverkeithing and onward bus travel on the JET 747 bus to Edinburgh Airport (and vice-versa). You can buy your ticket at any staffed railway station or Edinburgh Airport. Visit the ScotRail Railbus page for more details.
Edinburgh Airport Through Bus Tickets
Stagecoach, Scottish Citylink, Park’s and Megabus offer through tickets for travel to/from Edinburgh Airport via Ferrytoll Park & Ride and Halbeath Park & Ride. Tickets allow bus travel from Fife and the North to either Park & Ride site and onward bus travel on the JET 747 bus to Edinburgh Airport. Check with each company on how and where to purchase tickets.
Bus Fares & Tickets
Phone or visit the websites of the bus companies listed on our timetables page for full details of the various fares and tickets that they offer.
Train Fares & Tickets
There are many different tickets available for travel. For full details of all tickets and fares, contact National Rail Enquiries (takes you to an external site) or visit the websites of Fife’s 3 train companies:
East Coast website
CrossCountry Trains website
You could be eligible for concessionary travel, a pass that gives you:
- free bus travel throughout Scotland at all times
- discounted off peak rail travel throughout Fife
- free rail travel and free ferry travel throughout Scotland for clients who are registered blind or partially sighted
- for young people, the Young Persons Travel Card is available to all Fife residents who are aged 16-18 or a Young Scotland Volunteer up to the age of 25
Visit our Concessionary Travel Page for more information.