Bus passes - National Entitlement Card (disabled and 60 years and over)
If you have a disability, you may be entitled to free bus travel anywhere in Scotland. To find out about eligibility and how you can apply, visit our National Entitlement Card page.
The Motability Scheme is run by the independent charity Motability. You may be able to exchange your Government-funded mobility allowance in exchange for a new leased car, powered wheelchair or scooter.
If you receive one of the following allowances, you may be eligible to join the Motability scheme:
- Armed Forces Independence Payment
- Enhanced Rate of Mobility component of Personal Independence Payment
- Higher Rate Mobility component of the Disability Living Allowance
- War Pensioners' Mobility supplement
Visit Motability for further information including an online eligibility checker.
This is a concessionary travel scheme offering subsidised travel for people with disabilities.
The scheme is available to people with a permanent disability who cannot use ordinary buses and gives the freedom of booking taxi journeys, at a maximum of 12 per week at any time of the day and allows you to go where you want, when you want.
- Up to three people may accompany you for 20p each per single journey
- Up to a maximum amount of £2 may be discounted from the normal fare and you must pay the balance
Dial-a-Journey is a door to door transport service for people who have a mobility problem, and who cannot use conventional public transport. The service is provided and fares subsidised within the operating areas of Falkirk, Stirling and Clackmannanshire Councils.
Central Shopmobility at Stirling bus station
Shopmobility can provide a loan of scooters, powered chairs and manual wheelchairs that make getting around the shops very easy. Membership is available to anyone who has a temporary or permanent physical impairment that presents difficulties in getting around the shops. Opening hours are Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays – 10am to 4pm.
Aims to provide affordable and accessible door-to-door transport for people who have mobility difficulties and cannot use conventional public transport.
Self-drive vehicles for voluntary groups
A self-drive service for bona-fide voluntary organisations who are registered with Dial-a-Journey. Organisations wishing to hire must be registered as member organisations as legislation means we can't make vehicles available for hire to the general public.
Rail travel for people with disabilities
National Rail Enquiries has information for those who need assistance when travelling by rail.