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Bus Timetables & Enquiries

Bus Timetables & Enquiries

Clackmannanshire has a number of bus services and routes provided by a variety of different operators, the majority of these routes can be found below, however for all public transport information please contact:

Traveline Scotland or phone 0141 465 1878 (local rates apply) or 0871 200 2233 (calls cost 12p/min plus your standard access charge)

For mobile devices such as iPhone and Android Traveline Scotland also provide a free app.  Traveline can also provide Real Time Passenger Information (RTPI) on bus services with this ability installed on board the bus.  Alternatively some local bus operators have their own RTPI Apps, including McGill's Scotland East and Stagecoach.

Alternatively Stagecoach have their own timetable finders.  You can also access timetables through Bus Times.

Bus Route Information

Number Route Days
H1 Alva - Menstrie - Tullibody - Alloa - Clackmannan - Forth Valley Royal Hospital Mon - Sat
H2 Dollar - Tillicoultry - Alloa - Clackmannan - Forth Valley Royal Hospital
8A Dunfermline - Kincardine - Alloa Mon - Sun
28 Dunfermline - Kincardine - Clackmannan - Alloa (evenings only) Mon - Sat

Stirling - Tullibody - Alloa

Mon - Sun
52 Stirling - Alloa - via Alva and Tillicoultry Mon - Sun
C1 Alloa Shillinghill - Alloa Tesco - Sauchie (including Clackmannanshire Community Healthcare Centre) Mon - Sat
324 Bannockburn - Stirling - Hillfoots - Dollar (only operates on Dollar Academy school days) Mon - Fri
325 Dunblane - Bridge of Allan - Tullibody - Fishcross - Dollar (only operates on Dollar Academy school days AM) Mon - Fri
326 Dollar - Tillicoultry - Alva - Menstrie - Causewayhead - Bridge of Allan - Dunblane (only operates on Dollar Academy school days PM) Mon - Fri
DRT1 Dollar - Muckhart - Kinross/Milnathort Mon - Sat
202 Tillicoultry – Dollar – Blairingone - Powmill - Kinross (no longer serves Muckhart) Mon - Sat
Bus Enquiries

Information relating to free bus passes can be found on our National Entitlement Card (Bus Pass) page.


If you have a complaint about a bus service, you should generally raise this with the operator in the first instance.  If you do not receive a satisfactory outcome you can raise your concerns with Bus Users Scotland or the Traffic Commissioner, depending on what your complaint relates to.  For more information on how to do this, please visit Transport Scotland's Bus Complaints page.  If your complaint relates to the Council operated service the C1, you can also raise this through our Public Transport Unit at  Please note the Council has no control or influence over commercially operated services.

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For Further Information Contact

Public Transport
Kilncraigs, Greenside Street, Alloa, FK10 1EB
Tel: 01259 450000