Kirkcaldy Bus Station
- About Kirkcaldy Bus Station
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Kirkcaldy Bus Station is located between Hunter Place and Hill Street, adjacent to the Postings Shopping Centre, in the town centre. There are 14 Stances. Stances 1 to 6 are adjacent to the shopping centre with Stances 7 to 14 on the other side of the concourse. The main building lies between Stances 6 and 7.
The bus station is staffed at the following times:-
Monday to Friday 0730 - 2230
Saturday 0800 - 2230
Sunday 1200 - 2030
The Supervisor's Office is located within the main building between Stances 6 & 7. It is fitted with an induction loop for deaf and hard of hearing people.
The waiting room is located in the main building and is only open during staffing hours. Seating is available in each stance shelter.
There is no designated car parking available at the Bus Station. There is, however, a Pay & Display car park on the roof of the Postings Shopping Centre, which has direct access to Stance 4 via a 31 step stairwell (the stairwell is locked after 6pm, Monday to Saturday and all day Sunday). This car park is accessed from Hunter Street and has space for 261 cars and 10 Blue European Parking Badge Holders.
Drop-off / Pick-up points
Passengers can be dropped off or picked up in the Hunter Place lay-by adjacent to Stance 14.
There is a rank adjacent to the Tesco Supermarket on Hunter Street.
There is a public telephone in the waiting room beside the exit door to Stance 7. This phone accepts coins only.
Each stance has shelters with timetable and route information. Electronic information is displayed within the main building and in each bus stance. Information points are situated beside Stances 1, 6, 7 & 14 and within the main building. The Supervisor’s Office and Stagecoach Travel Shop are inside the main building.
The Bus Station can be accessed from Hunter Place directly onto Stances 1 or 14. From the Postings Shopping Centre, there is a 5° inclined ramp or 10 steps to Stance 6. The shopping centre car park has access to Stance 4 via a stairwell with 31 steps. Access is also possible through the Amusement Arcade opposite Stance 7 via a 5° inclined ramp and 22 steps. There are 5° inclined ramps from Hill Street adjacent to the Postings Shopping Centre and adjacent to the Amusement Arcade.
The Ladies, Gents and Disabled toilets are located within the main bus station building. There is a 30p charge per use of the toilets. The opening hours are as follows:-
Monday to Friday 0730 - 2200
Saturday 0800 - 2200
Sunday 1200 - 2000
Luggage lockers are available in the waiting room. A non-returnable charge of £1 is levied for each locker.
There are 10 cycle lockers adjacent to Stance 1 and a cycle rack for 4 bikes located on Hill Street. Users must contact the bus station supervisor for initial access to the lockers. Users must also provide their own padlock (lockers) or bike lock (rack).
There are CCTV cameras positioned throughout the Bus Station but not in the Postings Car Park.
Stagecoach Travel Shop opening hours:-
Monday to Friday 0830 - 1700
(closed 1300 - 1400)
Saturday 0900 - 1400
The Travel Shop is fitted with an induction loop for deaf and hard of hearing people.
In the main building, there is a Café. The opening hours are as follows:-
Monday to Saturday 0730 - 1630
There is also a Kiosk, selling newspapers and refreshments.
To reach the Railway Station, leave at Stance 1, cross Hunter Place onto Wemyssfield via a pedestrian crossing and walk 200 metres to the roundabout at Abbotshall Road. Cross the road and walk up the footpath beside the Museum to the Station forecourt. Walking time is less than 10 minutes.
There is a postbox next to the pick-up/drop-off point.
For more information contactTony McRae, Lead Professional Parking & Public Transport Infrastructure Management
Tel: 03451 55 55 55 + Ext 44 44 26 Fax: 01592 583231 Contact Tony McRae online
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