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Stations, stops and shelters

Railway Stations

Fife has 19 railway stations, managed by ScotRail.

You can also find out more about station facilities at the National Rail website.

Every station in Fife is served by bus. Check some of the station specific bus maps in the Publications section of this page and see our Journey Planning page for more details.

Travel by train to Inverkeithing Station for a bus connection to Edinburgh Airport. Through ticketing is available. The airport bus stop is immediately adjacent to Platform 2. For more details on the JET 747 airport bus service, visit the Stagecoach website.

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.

There is also a special through ticket available for Leuchars Station allowing onward bus travel to/from St Andrews. When you buy your train ticket, just ask for a ticket to/from St Andrews. Click St Andrews railbus for more details.

Bus Stations

Fife Council manages the bus stations at Dunfermline, Glenrothes, Kirkcaldy and Leven whilst Stagecoach manages the bus station at St Andrews. Browse the bus station posters in the Publications section of this page.

Bus Stops & Shelters

Transportation Services is responsible for the provision and maintenance of bus stops and shelters in the North, Mid & South Areas of Fife. There are 2,700 bus stops across Fife. Of these, 1,400+ contain timetable information and 1,000+ have shelters. Browse some bus stop maps in the Publications section of this page.

You can contact the Area staff (below) to request new bus stops or shelters.

Reports of damage/vandalism to stops and shelters can be passed to the Contact Centre (Transportation - Report a Fault)  Tel: 03451 55 00 11 or by using the online form: Contact Contact Centre (Transportation - Report a Fault) online.

Following the smoking legislation that came into force in 2006, it is an offence to smoke in any bus shelter whose walls have openings of less than 50% of the wall space. This means that all “enclosed shelters” will be covered by this legislation but that most “cantilever” (front wall with roof but less than ½ sides) shelters will be exempt. If you would like to report unlawful smoking within a Fife Council bus shelter, please phone 03451 550022.
 


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