Stirling Council has been working in recent weeks to prepare the site, making a number of changes to ensure passengers are safe when waiting for their bus.
The public transport facility, which has been closed to the public since the COVID-19 lockdown began in March, will again be open seven days week.
Members of the public will be able to access the bus station building:
- Monday to Saturday: 9am-5.30pm
- Sunday: 10am-5pm.
A one-way system will be in place to help maintain physical distancing.
Face coverings and hand sanitiser
In the interests of public safety, face coverings must be worn when entering the building and a hand sanitiser station will be available at the entrance to the building.
Ticket sales and the information kiosk will be open:
- Monday to Friday: 9am -1pm, 2pm-4.45pm
- Saturdays: 9am-1pm, 1.30pm-4.15pm.
Toilets will be accessible from 9am-5pm and will be subject to additional cleaning measures.
Please note that the Café will reopen at a later date.
Bus Station is a key facility for Stirling
Convener of the Environment and Housing Committee, Councillor Jim Thomson, said: “Stirling Bus Station is a key facility for so many people living and working in the city who use public transport as part of their everyday lives.
"Our priority for the reopening has always been to ensure passengers can feel safe and confident when using the bus station and its facilities, and we are pleased that we can finally reopen its doors.
“Public transport is an important element in our fight against climate change, and I would encourage people to choose to travel by bus, helping reduce both their own and the city’s carbon footprint.”
Vice Convener, Councillor Danny Gibson, said: “We have put in place appropriate measures to assist with social distancing and will carry out additional cleaning so that passengers can feel reassured about potential health issues.
”We would like to remind everyone that it is mandatory to wear face coverings when on public transport for the safety of all who use them.”