Residents in Fallin and Throsk can now use a pre-bookable Sunday bus service to travel to and from Stirling city centre.

The trial service will replace the First Midland Bluebird service F16, which was withdrawn on Sundays only.

The new service is being operated by Dial a Journey (Order of Malta) using a 14 seat bus with one wheelchair space.

The service will be available between around 9am and 5pm on Sundays (this may vary based on the usage/demand).

Only residents of Fallin and Throsk are eligible to use the service and must register in advance before travelling.

To register residents can call 01786 465355 option 1, visit www.dial-a-journey.org or pick up an application form at Stirling bus station.

When booking passengers will be advised of their pick up and drop off points – these will be bus stops in Throsk and Fallin, Forthside and Goosecroft Road at Stirling Rail Station.

The cost will be £2.40 for a single journey, which is the same as that charged on the F16. All journeys must be pre-booked between 11am and 4pm, Monday-Friday, for travel on Sunday of that week and passengers will be issued with a membership card.

Rate this Page