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Zone guide

Choosing the right ticket zone

Unsure which ticket zone is right for you? Don't worry, we're here to help!

We’ve made some slight changes to some of our rural/commuter zones to better suit the journeys you’ve been making.

Some have been extended and some may be more limited which reflects the reduced price for the zone. You’ll find some completely new zones, and for those who travel longer distances, our East Scotland zone offers unlimited travel across the whole region, all for the same price or less than our Fife+/Tayside tickets, which have been withdrawn.

The Dundee+, Edinburgh+, Fife, Glasgow+ and Perth+ ticket zones will also be withdrawn, you‘ll find alternative options available using the new zones below, or check out our Day Returns which may offer great value travel for your journey instead.

If you already have an existing longer term ticket for one of these revised/withdrawn zones, don’t worry, these will remain valid until the expiry date shown.

For more information on our new range of tickets, visit our East Scotland tickets page or download our Ticket Guide PDF.

Need a bit more help? Here's a step-by-step guide to travelling with us.


Download a PDF zone map by clicking on your chosen zone below.

Our Town/City zones are: Arbroath, Dundee, Dunfermline, Edinburgh, Forfar, Glenrothes, Kirkcaldy, Leven, Perth and St Andrews.

Our Regional zones are: Central Fife, North East Fife, West Fife, Angus, North Perthshire & the Carse and South Perthshire & Kinross.

Our East Scotland zone ticket does what it says on the tin - unlimited travel on all services across the whole of East Scotland.


Download our full Ticket Guide. 

All East Scotland ticket zones