Centrally located, Bridge of Allan enjoys excellent transport links by road and rail and is less than an hour from Scotland’s two major international airports.
If you’re driving, Bridge of Allan is linked to all major road networks by the M9 motorway. Exit the motorway either at Junction 9 or 10, to travel through Stirling or at the Kier Roundabout (Junction 11), following the A9 south for 1 mile, directly into Bridge of Allan.
Regular express coach services operate into Stirling Bus Station, with onward local bus services to Bridge of Allan. Some intercity bus services also stop in Bridge of Allan. For timetables visit the Traveline Scotland website, ring Traveline 0870 608 2608 or try calling Stirling Bus Station on 01786 446474.
Both Bridge of Allan and nearby Stirling have train stations, offering good connections to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeen, Inverness, Perth and Falkirk, as well as further afield across Britain. Express trains which don’t stop at Bridge of Allan do stop in Stirling, just two miles away, from where you can choose a local train, bus or taxi to complete your journey.
Edinburgh Airport is easily reached from Bridge of Allan via the M9 motorway (50 minutes). By public transport, take the train or bus to Edinburgh and use the airport shuttle link from there. For Glasgow Airport follow the M9 then M80 to the M8, through Glasgow or to the M73, then M74, around Glasgow (1 hour). Again, by public transport, take a train or bus to Glasgow and use the airport shuttle bus from there.
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