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Service Withdrawal F15 from Monday 17th August 2015

The F15 service between Falkirk and Alloa will cease operation on Sunday 16th August. Passengers travelling to Falkirk can use direct Service 60 Clackmannan to Falkirk via Stirling and Forth Valley Royal Hospital. Alternatively passengers can use services H1/H2 to Forth Valley Royal Hospital and change onto local Falkirk services. No Sunday services will be available from Clackmannan, service 62/63 will provide a Sunday service from Alloa to Stirling with connections to Falkirk made at Stirling.

Bus Service Changes from Monday 31 August 2015

The C64 will be renumbered as Service C1, operating with a slightly amemended timetable. The C68, C69 and C70 will be withdrawn and replaced by a new Service C2. The C2 will operate between Glenochil, Alloa and Tillicoultry on Monday to Friday only. More details can be found here. New timetables are availbale from drivers.

Clackmannanshire Community Transport

Clackmannanshire Council and NHS Forth Valley are undertaking a review of supported bus services within Clackmannanshire and to Forth Valley Royal Hospital. A study to identify the particular transport needs of Clackmannanshire residents and how and what form of public transport would best meet these needs including community transport is underway. To help us identify the most appropriate form of public transport we would be grateful if you could take a little time to complete this questionnaire for us by Friday 14th August. Responses should be individual and not representative of groups or associations.

Public Transport plays an important part in the Council's future transportation strategies. The Public Transport Unit, jointly operated with Stirling Council, carries out the following tasks:-

  • Undertakes the assessment of need for subsidised public transport and additional support services and the letting of contracts for such services.
  • The monitoring of all public transport services.
  • Administer the National Entitlement Card (bus passes) on behalf of the Transport Scotland for those aged 60 and over, those with disabilities and young people between the ages of 16 and 18.
  • The provision of appropriate public transport infrastructure including:-
    • bus shelters;
    • bus service information;
    • rail service information.

For all Public Transport Information contact:

Bus Timetables and Enquiries

For information relating to bus timetables and bus operators in Clackmannanshire please see the Bus Timetables & Enquiriespage.

You can also refer to bustrackerSEStran. bustrackerSEStran offers real time information on bus services throughout South East Scotland. The free smartphone app is available to download from the site.

Rail Timetable and Enquiries

Disabled Persons Travel Arrangements

Related Publications & Documents

Contact information

Roads, Traffic & Transportation
Kilncraigs, Greenside Street, Alloa, FK10 1EB
Tel: 01259 450000