Park and ride

There are two park and ride locations that can be accessed 24hrs a day. Buses run to timetables (see below) but do not run a 24hrs service.

Castleview park and ride

At the west of Stirling, off junction 10 of the M9 motorway. There are electric charging points at the Castleview car park.

Postcode: FK9 4TW

Bus service: P2 view the timetable

Springkerse park and ride

East of Stirling, off the A91 at Springkerse Retail Park.

Postcode: FK7 7LL

Bus service: P1 view the timetable

Park and Ride




From and To





From Castleview or Springkerse Park and Ride To any stop





Between any other two stops (including all journeys To Park and Ride Sites)





Park and Ride Family Ticket (2 adults and up to 2 children OR 1 adult and up to 3 children) - £2.10 from Castleview or Springkerse Park and Ride sites only.




Park and Ride Weekly



Park and Ride 4 Weekly



Park and Ride 12 Weekly



Weekly, 4 weekly and 12 weekly tickets can be purchased from Stirling bus station travel centre Stirling bus station | Stirling Council

Scottish National Entitlement Cards (Bus Passes) receive free travel and are required to be shown to the driver.

For any temporary timetable changes due to road closures/diversions see Public transport updates | Stirling Council

Using the service

There are no time or height restrictions at either site and vehicles can be parked over night. If you plan to park a larger vehicle, such as a caravan or motor home, check with the attendant on the most suitable location to park.

You can park at the sites for as long as you need. Vehicles and their contents are left entirely at your risk. Stirling Council and its partners do not accept responsibility for any loss or damage to vehicles or their contents.

If you return to the site in the evening, you can exit by driving up to the exit bollard which will drop as you approach. Exit on the green light.