The Castleview site is at the west of Stirling, just off junction 10 of the M9 motorway. To find the site using an in-car satellite navigation system, enter the postcode FK9 4TW as your destination point.
- Castleview Park and Ride will resume its normal timetable from Monday 26 April 2021.
The Springkerse site is at the east of Stirling, just off the A91 at Springkerse Retail Park. To find the site using an in-car satellite navigation system, enter the postcode FK7 7LL as your destination point.
- P1 Springkerse Park and Ride will resume its normal timetable from Monday 26 April 2021.
FREE SERVICE - NO FARES CHARGED
The Park & Ride Free Fares is funded by Smarter Choices Smarter Places, which is Paths for All's programme to increase active and sustainable travel throughout Scotland. The programme is grant-funded by Transport Scotland.
Castleview and Springkerse Park & Ride bus services are operated by Hunter's Executive Coaches.
If you return to the site after it has closed for the evening, you can still remove your vehicle by driving up to the exit bollard which will drop when approached, you must only exit when given the green light.
There are electric charging points available at the Castleview site. You can park your vehicle at the sites as long as you need to. Vehicles and their contents are left entirely at owner or driver risk. Management does not accept responsibility whatsoever for any loss or damage to vehicles or their contents.
There are no height restrictions when entering the sites, however, if you wish to park a larger vehicle, ie, caravan or motor home it is best to check with the Park and Ride Attendant on the most suitable location to park.
Last updated: Tuesday, April 20, 2021 8:36 AM