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Route 19 - the gateway to your next adventure!

Choose Your Adventure With Route 19!

There's no shortage of adventurous antics on route 19.

With frequent services stopping at Rosyth, Ballingry, Cowdenbeath, Fife Leisure Park and Dunfermline Town Centre, route 19 is the gateway to your next adventure.

Take a look at some inspiration here with our list of 19 reasons to love route 19.


View the route 19 timetable


There's loads to see and do on route 19.


How much does a route 19 DayRider cost?

(prices valid from 7th March 2021)

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Student £3.10


Child (U16) £2.50


You can get 5 DayRider tickets for the price of 4 with our Flexi 5 ticket - available for adults and students on the Stagecoach Bus app.


How much does a route 19 MegaRider cost?

(prices valid from 7th March 2021)

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7 day Adult


7 day Student


7 day U19


7 day Child (U19) £8.40 
4 week Adult/Xtra £45 
4 week Student £33.80 
13 week Student £101.40 

How frequent is Dunfermline service 19?

Service 19 runs up to every 10 minutes.


Is there free WiFi on service 19?

Yes, the specially-branded vehicles on route 19 have free WiFi access on-board.


Which buses run on route 19?

Hop on one of our 19 specially-branded buses on our 19 route!

The vehicles have the latest ‘green’ engines, free Wi-Fi access on board and a distinctive new brand so you can easily spot your bus.


Where does route 19 go?

The route serves Ballingry, Lochgelly, Cowdenbeath, Halbeath P&R, Dunfermline and Rosyth.


19 reasons to love route 19 - get your inspiration here! 

5 action-packed indoor activities in West Fife

  1. Swim like a fish at Cowdenbeath Leisure Centre
  2. Catch a film at Odeon cinema, Fife Leisure Park
  3. Play mini golf like a pro at Dunfermline Indoor Adventure Golf
  4. Watch a show at the Lochgelly Centre
  5. Learn to climb at Rock Face, Carnegie Leisure Centre’s indoor climbing wall


4 fantastic places to enjoy the great outdoors near route 19

  1. Pittencrieff Park in Dunfermline: just a short distance from the bus station with great children’s play areas (including Scotland’s first inclusive play park with a music and sensory garden). For grown-up visitors, there’s lots of wildlife to enjoy as well as views of the 17th century listed building Pittencrieff House.
  2. Cowdenbeath Skatepark: if you’re the adventurous type, make your way to Central Park in Cowdenbeath and check out the fully-concrete skatepark which opened in summer 2018.
  3. Lochore Meadows: this country park is full of wildlife and even has a beach! There’s also an adventure playground for children. Hop off the bus at the park entrance.
  4. Lochgelly Golf Club: a scenic course which is enjoyable for golfers of all abilities, not far from route 19.


3 great museums and libraries near route 19

  1. Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum
  2. Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries
  3. Cowdenbeath Library


4 advantages of using route 19

  1. Free Wi-Fi on-board
  2. Easy to spot: specially branded buses
  3. Services up to every 10 minutes
  4. Easy access to great entertainment in West Fife


3 ways to get the most out of your Route 19 DayRider

  1. Make it an all-day adventure: you can travel at any time of day on service 19 with our route 19 DayRider ticket!
  2. Hop off and explore: your route 19 DayRider means that you can break your journey wherever you like along the route
  3. Take the whole family – a group route 19 DayRider is just £8.40!


An offer for Stagecoach passengers with Adventure Golf Island, Fife Leisure Park