Ferrytoll Park & Ride is a bus park & ride located just north of the Forth Road Bridge in Fife, primarily for commuting journeys to Edinburgh.
The facility is operated as a partnership between Fife Council and Stagecoach in Fife. The Council provides, maintains and manages the infrastructure while Stagecoach operate the bus services and staff the facility.
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Upcoming issues affecting Ferrytoll:-
25 November 2013
19A - no longer serves Ferrytoll P&R
50 - revised timetable
X52 - new service to Edinburgh serving Corstorphine and Haymarket
53 - revised timetable
X54 - revised timetable
X59 - increased frequency and serves Halbeath P&R
X61 - revised timetable serving Halbeath P&R with new terminus at Kirkcaldy Gallatown
71 - revised timetable
73B - revised timetable and serves Halbeath P&R instead of Dunfermline Town Station
747 - revised timetable and serves Halbeath P&R
M90/M91/G92/M92 - other than 2 peak journeys ALL Citylink/Park's/Megabus journeys are withdrawn from Ferrytoll P&R and will serve Halbeath P&R instead.
Visit www.stagecoachbus.com or www.citylink.co.uk for timetables.
7 nights maximum stay
Customers are asked to note that due to the car park regularly approaching capacity it has become necessary to limit the length of overnight parking. A maximum stay of 7 nights will be in force until further notice and strictly no parking beyond 7 nights will be permitted.
This policy will be reviewed from time to time and customers are advised to check the web site and site notices regularly for any updates.
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