Here you can find detailed information on local transport and links to major travel means in and around the Moray area. You can read our Public Transport Policy Statement (pdf).
We have also included links to other sites to help you with more detailed travel information.*
Shuttle bus timetable to Fiona Elcock Vaccintation Centre
Stagecoach have launched a shuttle bus service from Elgin bus station to the Fiona Elcock Vaccination Centre. It begins on Monday 15 February 2021 and the timetable is available here to download.
Transport for Covid19 Vaccination Appointments
Moray Council Public Transport Unit are available to provide transport to assist those attending vaccination appointments as from 25 January 2021. The service offered is an extension to our existing Dial M service, with additional vehicle allocated solely for transporting members of the public to Vaccination Hubs. Anyone wishing to use this service must be a registered member of Dial M services. If you are not a member, you can register by calling the contact centre using the following number 0300 1234565 and a customer advisor will assist you through the registration process. Once registered, please inform the advisor of your Vaccine appointment date and time. Please be aware, this is a demand response transport service which operates on a first come first service basis. Every attempt will be made to accommodate your journey requirements to meet your appointment time.
Mandatory use of face coverings on Public Transport with effect Monday 22 June 2020
Where possible people should continue to avoid public transport and walk, cycle or drive, but for some people this may not be an option. When necessary to use public transport people may be more likely to be in enclosed spaces for longer periods of time which increases the risk of virus spread and social distancing may be difficult to follow consistently.
Social distancing and hand washing remain by far the most important disease prevention measures, however, those that do wish to travel on buses, coaches, trains, trams, ferries or aircraft will be subject to the *mandatory wearing of a face covering for the duration of their journey, effective from Monday 22 June 2020.
People travelling should wash their hands or use hand sanitiser before putting their face covering on and after taking it off. It is important that people don’t touch their face covering when wearing it where possible. This is to avoid hand to mask transmission of the virus.
*Exceptions to the mandatory use of face coverings are set out below:
1. Passengers / Customers that have a health condition that would be exasperated if a face covering was worn.
2. Passengers / Customers with a disability
3. Children under the age of 11 years old.
**Please note that you may be refused travel if you are not wearing a face covering or are not in one of the categories listed above.
Service 314 Forres Town Service
A new Forres Town Service will commencing from 24 February 2020. Please click here to view timetable information.
Privilege Transport from August 2019
Information regarding Privilege Transport can be found under the Moray Council School Transport.
Elgin City Winter Guide as from 28 October 2019
Please click here to view the new Elgin City Guide as from 28 October 2019 which has been revised to serve the new Moray Sports Centre in Elgin.
For Bus Timetable information please click on the link 'Bus Timetables' to the left of this screen.
Moray Transport Guide
A directory (pdf) of what transport is available in Moray has been published by the Moray Forum.
Aberdeen Royal Infirmary Bus Guide
The Foresterhill Health Campus is well served by bus. All staff, patients and visitors are encouraged to use public transport where possible to help ease congestion. This map (pdf) shows all buses that serve the Foresterhill Health Campus.
Transport to Healthcare Information Centre (THInC)
Do you need advice about travelling to and from your medical appointment?
The Transport to Healthcare Information Centre (THInC) can help. They provide practical transport advice for people who have difficulty getting to and from medical appointments in Grampian.
The service provides a dedicated telephone service offering guidance on accessing suitable transport options to get to and from appointments when they have no means of personal transport. The centre can provide details of suitable bus or train times, contact telephone numbers and other services such as local dial-a-bus or voluntary car schemes.
Please note that THInC does not book transport but can assist with travel advice.
The centre is the first of its kind in the UK and is a joint initiative between Aberdeen City Council, Aberdeenshire Council, Moray Council, NHS Grampian, The Scottish Ambulance Service and Nestrans. THInC is one of the projects taken forward as part of the Health and Transport Action Plan.
Please call THInC on 01467 536111 between 9am-4pm, Monday to Friday.
Further information on the Health and Transport Action Plan can be found on the Nestrans website.
*We do not endorse any such sites or the information, material, products or services contained on or accessible through those sites. Your access and use of such sites, including information, material, products and services therein, is solely at your own risk.
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