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Getting to the Falkirk Active Travel Hub

 

 

On foot

FEL in Falkirk and Falkirk Active Travel Hub are located at 203 High Street, a few minutes walk from Howgate Shopping Centre, a 10 minute walk from Falkirk Grahamston Station and a 15 minute walk from Falkirk High Station.  

By bike

FEL in Falkirk and Falkirk Active Travel Hub are just under a mile from NCN754.  They are approximately 3/4mile from Falkirk High Station and 1/4mile from Falkirk Grahamston.

There is a Forth Bike docking station on Falkirk High Street.  Other local Forth Bike docking stations can be found at: Forth Valley Royal Hospital, Stenhousemuir, Falkirk Wheel, The Helix.  For a map showing all docking stations visit the Forth Bike website.
 
Outside the hub there is uncovered cycling parking (Sheffield stands) and there is also a bicycle tool station available. These are located right outside the Hub next to the bandstand.
 

Public transport

The offices and hub are 1/4 mile from Falkirk Grahamston station and 3/4 mile from Falkirk High station.

Details of buses and trains can be found on the Traveline Scotland website.
 

Getting to and from Falkirk by train

  • Edinburgh to Falkirk stations – approx 25-30 minutes
  • Glasgow to Falkirk High – approx 20 minutes
 

Take the Right Route

Take the Right Route is Falkirk Council’s campaign to promote walking, cycling, car sharing and the use of public transport for all journeys but particularly for every day short journeys.  Find out more including a link to the green travel map.  https://www.falkirk.gov.uk/services/roads-parking-transport/transport/take-the-right-route.aspx

 

By car

Tripshare Falkirk is a free, easy to use website which makes it easy to find people to car share with.

There is also a car club operated by Enterprise.

For car parking there the Callendar Square car park (paid for) -  a 2 minute walk away.

There is free parking at Callendar Park - a 5 min walk away 

 

Guidance produced in line with Active Travel, Guidance on Travel Directions for Health Scotland