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Park & Ride sites in Fife

Whether you're travelling for work or leisure, our Park & Ride sites within Fife offer you a stress free journey with time to sit back and relax.

We operate regular bus and coach services to 2 Park & Ride sites - Ferrytoll P&R and Halbeath P&R.  Both sites are conveniently located beside key trunk roads,  Ferrytoll P&R is located just off the A90 and Halbeath P&R is located at the junctions off the the M90 and A92.  

Both sites offer free parking, cycle lockers and a warm waiting room, with vending machines and a TV to watch while you await your bus.

  

Opening Hours


Ferrytoll P&R and Halbeath P&R sites both operate the same opening hours:

Monday - Saturday: 0600-0000

Sunday: 0900-1900

During these hours, waiting rooms are staffed with access to toilets.

Please note that car parks remain open at all times, to allow access to 747 journeys which run 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

 

Parking


Parking is free at both Ferrytoll P&R and Halbeath P&R, for up to 14 nights, with over 1000 car park spaces at each. Disabled bays and pick-up/drop-off bays are also available at both sites.

Fares & Tickets

Most tickets can be purchased from the bus driver, but at peak travel times you may be asked to buy your ticket from the staffed supervisors office.  Many tickets can also be bought online from our  Ticket page, or why not use our Ticket Finder  on  the right to check the best value option for your travel needs?  Some fare examples are included in the tabs below.

Please note that Stagecoach tickets are valid for travel on Stagecoach services only.  Megabus.com, Citylink & Park’s of Hamilton tickets can be used for travel on journeys operated by all 3 companies. 

Some fare examples are shown in the tabs below for Stagecoach services; for other operator's tickets, please visit their websites at  megabus.com,  Scottish Citylink   and  Park's of Hamilton.

If you have a 'One-Ticket' this is valid for travel to both Park & Ride sites.  A 'One-Ticket' allows travel with various bus companies as well as rail travel within East Central Scotland.  Further information on how to purchase 'One-Ticket', where you can travel using the ticket and which operators participate in the scheme, please visit the  One-Ticket Website.

Car parking is free at both sites and you can leave you car at Halbeath P&R for up to 14 nights and Ferrytoll P&R for up to 7 nights*.  You only need to pay your bus fare when you travel, or have an appropriate ticket for your journey.

 

Severe Weather Conditions

The Forth Road Bridge can be affected by high winds from time to time.  Radio bulletins, road signs, websites and Twitter feeds give details of which vehicles are restricted from crossing the bridge.

If the bridge is closed to "High Sided Vehicles", bus services to and from our Park & Ride sites will run as normal as this restriction only affects double-decker buses. Few double-deckers are used across the bridge and we will ensure single-deckers are used when the "‘High Sided Vehicles" restriction is in place.

On rare occasions, the Forth Road Bridge may only be open to cars only or be closed completely. In such situations, buses to and from Edinburgh will divert via the new Queensferry Crossing, when it opens from Monday 4 September.

 

 


Until 4 September, if the Forth Road Bridge is closed to buses, services will operate the following:

JET Service 747 (Edinburgh Airport – Halbeath P&R ) will operate between Edinburgh Airport and Ratho Station Bus Stop (Newbridge) only. Connections can be made at Ratho Station with Megabus/Scottish Citylink/Park’s Services and Stagecoach services to Fife. 

Halbeath P&R, Ferrytoll P&R and Inverkeithing will not be served by Service 747, however a shuttle bus will run between these locations.

Stagecoach services from Edinburgh will operate from Barnton via Maybury Road (A902), Glasgow Road (A8), Ratho Station Bus Stop (Newbridge), Kincardine Bridge to Fife then continuing normal routes.  The same route will be followed in reverse for journeys to Edinburgh.

Stagecoach route X51 to Livingston will run  via Kincardine, A801 and M8 to Livingston, with the same route run in reverse for journeys from Livingston.


Megabus/Scottish Citylink/Park’s Services S20, M90, M91, G92 & M92 will operate from Barnton via Maybury Road (A902), Glasgow Road (A8), Ratho Station Bus Stop (Newbridge), Kincardine Bridge to Halbeath P&R and then continuing normal routes northwards.

For up to the minute information on how services will be operating during periods of high wind, stay tuned to our Service Updates pages or follow us on Twitter @StagecoachEScot. Alternatively, you can also call the Ferrytoll Supervisor on (01383) 420197 or visit the FETA website or Traffic Scotland website.


Remember, you can always use our easy-to-use journey planner (to the right) to plan ahead for your journey and to find out the cost of your fare ahead of your journey!