Perth’s location on the Central East Coast makes it one of the UK’s most well-connected destinations. Used by thousands of commuters each week, as an employment destination, the city’s sound infrastructure and excellent transport links are vital to its people.

As part of Perth’s aim to place itself at the forefront of industry and economic opportunities in Scotland, the city is working in partnership with Network Rail, ScotRail and Transport Scotland on an exciting redevelopment of the rail and bus stations – which currently lie in close proximity of one another – with a view to future-proofing the links for both sustainability and growth.

Local Bus Services: Stagecoach operates the local service around Perth, bringing regular buses into Perth city centre from outlying villages and residential areas. There are also three Park & Ride linking into Perth city centre.

Perth Railway and Bus Stations: Perth is one of Scotland’s main connections for both bus and rail, both Perth Railway Station and Bus Station offer services directly to the six other Scottish cities, connecting the Highlands to the rest of the UK and running services directly to London King’s Cross.

Edinburgh and Glasgow International Airports: Just a 40 minute drive away, Edinburgh International Airport offers domestic and international flights, and in just over an hour Glasgow gives a strong alternative.