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Order of Malta service update: Door to door transport will be available as normal but travel will be restricted to within the Clackmannanshire Council operating area in accordance with the Government travel ban, but with the exception of medical appointments or treatment outwith the Clackmannanshire Area. School transport will operate as normal. Please refer to the Order of Malta's website for further updates.
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This is a concessionary travel scheme offering subsidised travel for people with disabilities who are permanently resident within the Clackmannanshire Council Area.
The scheme is available to people with a permanent disability who cannot use ordinary buses and gives the freedom of booking taxi journeys (maximum 6 per week) at any time of the day and allows you to go where you want, when you want.
Download an application form for Taxicard
For further information on Taxicard please contact us on Tel: 01259 450000.
This is a door-to-door transport service for people with mobility problems who are permanently resident in Clackmannanshire, Stirling or Falkirk Council areas who are unable to use ordinary buses. There is no charge to join the Dial-a-Journey Scheme.
Dial-A-Journey can be used for almost any purpose:
However Dial-A-Journey cannot be used to attend hospital appointments.
The fare you pay depends on the distance travelled and the number of people travelling. There is no limit to the number of journeys you can make. If you need someone to assist you, they pay the same fare as you. Journeys must be booked in advance. As demand for the service is high, it is advisable to give as much notice as possible.
For an application form, please visit the Dial-A-Journey website
For further information on Dial-a-Journey please contact us on Tel: 01786 465355.
If you have a disability, you often need a little more time to get on and off public transport and to have a safe and comfortable journey to your destination. The aim of the Thistle Assistance Card is to help anyone who has difficulty in using public transport because of their age, disability or illness and who perhaps can't communicate
their requirements easily.
The card, which is supported by a wide variety of voluntary organisations in South East Scotland and by most bus operators, is credit-card sized and comes with a supply of peel-off stickers, which advise the driver of your disability and the help you need in an easy-to-read format.
For further information or a Thistle Card please contact Tel: 01259 450000 or ask for a card at Kilncraigs reception or at the Whins Resource Day Centre.
Kilncraigs, Greenside Street, Alloa, FK10 1EB
Tel: 01259 450000