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Community transport

Transportation Services can give advice and information about community transport schemes throughout Fife, including advice on who to contact for help in arranging transport for people with reduced mobility. For further information, please contact

The following services are currently available in Fife:


Fife Bus, Fife Council’s Demand Responsive Transport Service (DRT), provides a free door-to-door transport for people who are unable to access mainstream public transport due to some form of reduced mobility. More information can be found on our Fifebus page or by calling 03451 55 11 88.

Fife Shopmobility Ltd

Shopmobility is a scheme to lend out manual and electric wheelchairs including scooters. The Service operates in Glenrothes, Dunfermline and Kirkcaldy. The service is available to anyone, and you do not need to be registered disabled to use it. Shopmobility may also be able to arrange a helper for you. The service is free of charge and Fifebus can take you to Shopmobility locations.

Further information on Shopmobility and where it operates can be found at or by calling 01592 803771

The Royal Voluntary Service

The Royal Voluntary Service offers a Good Neighbours Scheme in East Fife, which helps to keep people leading independent lives by offering transport and a helping hand where it is needed. The volunteers offer practical support by taking care of the things the people they serve are less able to do for themselves, like shopping or getting to and from social activities, hospital or GP appointments etc.

Volunteers also provide social and emotional support, in person or on the phone, once or twice a week. Sometimes that also means organising, running, or attending local classes in anything from Tai Chi to IT.

It’s all about giving people the support they need to stay safe, well and connected to their communities.

Visit the RVS website or call 01592 269654, for more information and to find out what's available in your area.

Community Transport Provider - Mybus

Mybus Community Transport was originally set up in 2009 to provide a range of affordable reliable, accessible transport services to groups and individuals unable to access suitable public transport. Based in Leven, Mybus provides transport throughout Fife and will travel to wherever you want to go.

To find out more about these services, please visit the Mybus website or call 01333 429066 or 07436810360.

Minibus Management Centre

The Minibus Management Centre (MMC) is operated by Fife Council and can help voluntary organisations and council services with all aspects of using, organising or operating group transport.

The MMC can:

  • Secure group transport quotes from commercial operators on behalf of council services or voluntary organisations
  • Advise on training for drivers and volunteers

Schools and Community Groups can use the online platform here

To register to use the platform please contact and a member of the team will get you set up.

Commercial Transport Operators can apply to be added to our approved list of operators by clicking here

Contact if you experience any difficulties with the application process.