Stirling Council-backed rural transport system gets new booking system
A new booking system for a rural transport service, backed by Stirling Council, has been launched.
Demand Responsive Transport, or DRT, links a number of rural areas where there are few or no bus services.
The service is used by more than 23,000 passengers every year.
Convenor of the Environment and Housing Committee, Councillor Jim Thomson, said: “Residents will benefit through easier access to booking as a result of this investment in the infrastructure of transport in rural Stirling. I hope residents will make the most of these supportive measures.”
Depute Convenor of the Environment and Housing Committee, Councillor Danny Gibson, added: “Following consultation with the public, it is good to hear that the new DRT online booking service is now live and will be a benefit to those living in rural Stirlingshire who find it difficult to access mainstream public transport.”