Rural public transport and DRT

Demand Responsive Transport

In areas where there are no regular bus routes, a demand responsive transport (DRT) system is in operation. This works like a taxi service and costs around the same as a bus fare. It’s for anyone who wants to travel in rural Stirlingshire – residents and visitors.

DRT is available all year, except on 25 and 26 December and 1 and 2 January. It’s possible that you might share transport with other travellers who are making the same or similar journey as you.

You need to register to use this service.

Read the privacy notice before you complete the form.

Where DRT operates

You can use DRT to take you on your whole journey or to a place where you can access public transport. The interactive map shows the areas where DRT operates, and the days and times of operation.

How to make a booking

You need to book your journey online. You can book from 30 days in advance up to two hours before your journey. Like other transport services there is likely to be less availability during peak hours, such as school times, so booking early is recommended. If you need a wheelchair accessible vehicle, remember to ask for one when you book.

Make a block booking

If you travel on the same route regularly, it might be more convenient to set up a recurring booking. You need to register before you can make a block booking.

Cancel or amend a booking

If you need to cancel or make changes a booking you can do this online or call us on 01786 237800 between 9am and 3pm, Monday to Friday.

Operator contact numbers

  • 24/7 Cars LLP: 07787 788360
  • J. Morgan Taxis: 01877 330496
  • Killin & Ardeonaig Taxis: 07554 119086
  • Kingshouse Travel: 01877 384768
  • W. Miller: 01786 850639


Costs of the service are per passenger and depend on the distance travelled. You can use a Scottish National Entitlement Card or a Young Scot Card for a one-third discount on fares. Drivers can only be paid in cash.

Volunteer transport

The Killin and District Volunteer Scheme helps people who have problems accessing transport or coping with long journeys to attend healthcare and similar appointments.

Visit the Killin and District Volunteer Scheme website

Traveline Scotland timetable information



We're keen to gather your feedback on our Rural Transport and DRT service.