For more information on fleet transport please contact Graeme Fleming at firstname.lastname@example.org or 03000 200 293.
Aberdeen City Council is responsible for a range of public and passenger transport services, schemes and initiatives.
- Public transport network, services, frequencies and fares
- Bus services infrastructure: stops and shelters
- Public transport information
- Park and Ride
Please contact us for more information about these services.
The Transport to Healthcare Information Centre (THInC) 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.
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 and 4pm, Monday to Friday. Calls are charged at local rate.
Fur more information, see the Grampian Health and Transport Action Plan Annual Report.
Local bus companies
Aberdeen City Council supported bus services
- Service 14 – City Centre – Kingswells
- Service 15A – City Centre – Craigiebuckler (Evening service)
- Service 40 – Guild Street – Dubford (Sunday service)
- Service 94 – ARI – Hazlehead Crematorium
Grasshopper ticket scheme
The Grasshopper ticket is a practical, convenient and cost-effective way to travel in Aberdeen City and Shire. Simply hop on and off the buses of any operator with a single multi-operator bus ticket. For more information please visit our Grasshopper Scheme page.
There are frequent train services linking Aberdeen with Huntly, Insch, Inverurie, Dyce, Portlethen, Stonehaven and Laurencekirk. If you have a daily commuter drive to Aberdeen, why not leave your car behind, beat congestion and give the train a go?
For more information about this service telephone 01224 523765 or see the Community Transport page.
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