Additional travel options serving vaccination locations

 

For public transport options to and from vaccination centres, please see our main information page about our journey planner and helpline. 

We have been advised that the following additional travel options are available for some vaccination locations.

These travel options may not appear in the journey planner so please check the information below carefully.​

Please only travel to a vaccination centre once you have a confirmed date and time for your appointment. 

 

 

Ravenscraig: Free shuttle bus services from Thurs 11th March

The following free shuttle bus services will offer travel to and from the Ravenscraig Sports Centre vaccination site from Thurs 11th March:

  • Service VAC1 will run daily between Motherwell Railway Station and Ravenscraig Vaccination Centre.
    Buses operated by United Coaches on behalf of SPT.
    View timetable and map.
  • Service VAC2 will run daily between Cumbernauld Town Centre and Ravenscraig Vaccination Centre.
    Buses operated by Kevin's Coaches on behalf of SPT.
    View timetable and map

The route of Stuart's Coaches 366/367 has been altered in order to serve the vaccination centre on evenings and Sundays. 
View timetable and map.

The route of Stuart's Coaches 240X/241X has also been altered in order to serve the vaccination centre. 
View timetable and map.

 

 

Alloa: Forth Valley College Alloa vaccination centre - Free shuttle from Alloa Shillinghill

Until 12th May 2021, Order of Malta Dial-a-Journey will operate a free shuttle bus service between Alloa Shillinghill (stance 2) and Forth Valley College Alloa vaccination centre.

The service will operate every 20 minutes Monday to Sunday and there is no need to book in advance to use the bus. The first bus from Shillinghill is 08:15 then every 20 minutes between Shillinghill and Forth Valley College Alloa main entrance.

The last bus from the Main Entrance at Forth Valley College main entrance is 20:00. The service is operated in conjunction with NHS Forth Valley to assist with transport to the vaccination centre.

 

Lothians: Handicabs Lothian - For those with mobility challenges

Handicabs Lothian (HcL) are offering free transport for people with mobility challenges to get their COVID-19 vaccine. 

This service requires booking and is available in the Edinburgh, East Lothian, Midlothian and West Lothian areas.

Please see the Handicabs website for more information.

 

Grampian area: 

The regional Transport to Healthcare Information Centre is available for travel advice in the NHS Grampian area (including local dial-a-bus options).

The helpline number is 01467 536111 or email travel@thinc-hub.org  for advice and support. Lines are open from 9:00am to 4:30pm Monday to Friday.

Please note that this service can not book transport but they can assist with local advice. 

 

First Bus: At-a-glance information for Greater Glasgow, Aberdeen and South East and Central Scotland

First Bus has published summary tables of their bus services calling near vaccination centres in the Greater GlasgowAberdeen; and Stirling, Falkirk, West Lothian and Edinburgh areas.

If you're unfamiliar with these existing bus routes, please use our journey planner or call us so we can help plan your door-to-door journey using all available options. 

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