Fife in the fast lane

Getting to and from Fife by public transport is better than ever, with easier connections, improved choice and smart, flexible tickets.

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How you'll benefit from the upgrades

The Forth Road Bridge is now a dedicated public transport corridor

The Forth Road Bridge is now available exclusively for buses, motorbikes, taxis, cyclists, pedestrians and emergency vehicles. This means allocated bus lanes to help shorten journey times and reduce congestion.


Better connections between Fife and Edinburgh and beyond

Major investments in the rail network being made across the country will mean more seats, faster journeys and better services - delivering the best railway Scotland’s ever had.


Leave your car behind at one of two park and ride sites

Improved access and 1050 parking spaces at Ferrytoll P&R along with 1021 spaces at Halbeath, means quick, easy, regular connections, greater flexibility and safe waiting facilities.


Connectivity is a fifeline

Smart travel is about providing modern, digital or electronic options for payment or tickets when travelling on public transport. We’re working to capture secure, best fit technology for your smart journey - connecting you with easier public transport services.


Fife Transport Network Map

Plan your journey

There are plenty of locations you can leave your car behind and jump on the bus or train, or connect between both modes for your journey.

Not sure which mode of travel is best for you? Use the Traveline Journey Planner.

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Travel smart

We’re still working on it, but you can try out smart travel today - sign up for a saltire smartcard, download your operator’s app or use your contactless bank card to see how smart can simplify travel for you.

You can order your saltirecard online via your transport operators, myfife or Local Authority website, or pick up a StagecoachSmart saltirecard from the bus driver. 

Most tickets can be purchased online and then just tap and load onto your saltirecard at station gates, at ticket machines or validators for rail, and for bus just tap on board.