Public and Community Transport
Public Transport forms an integral part of life in Argyll and Bute - whether it is by bus, ferry, train or plane, there are a multitude of ways to get around our area, and we hope these pages will help you find out what's available.
Journey Planning and Timetables
Our Journey Planning and Timetables pages have details of all the transport timetables for getting around in Argyll and Bute, as well as Area Guides which give you all the transport information for each of our areas.
You can also look up the time of the next bus, or get it sent to your mobile - handy when you are out and about.
If you can't find what you are looking for, or need more information, please contact the Public Transport Team.
There are various community transport projects in Argyll and Bute, aiming to help people, especially those difficulties getting around on public transport, or those in remote areas, to get about. You can find out more about them on our Community Transport Page.
On every school day over 11,000 pupils attend school in Argyll and Bute and almost 4,500 of them travel to and from school on transport organised by Argyll and Bute Council. Our highest priority is getting pupils safely to and from school. There are application forms on our school transport pages.
Concessionary travel for older and disabled people
The National Entitlement Card entitles certain people to free transport Scotland-wide. Find out if you are eligible and how to apply.