Safeguarding the vital cross-Forth connection in Scotland's transport network.
Getting to Fife is easier than you think. Where is Fife? Nestled between Edinburgh and Dundee, travel in Fife by road, rail or air.
The Fife transport infrastructure is excellent – and accessible – so you should find travelling through the area simple, whether you're going to work or events in Fife. The area experiences few of the commuting pressures of major cities thanks to the first-class road and railway network.
Fife is connected to the main motorway network in Scotland by the M90, which travels from Perth (to the north) to Edinburgh (to the south). From east to west, the A92 connects all the major towns and points of interest. Fife buses are a good option if you're a public transport user.
There are plenty of train stations in Fife – 19 in fact – both on the local and national network. You’ll be able to hop on and off throughout Fife, visiting towns, the countryside and the coast as you choose. Several stations link Fife with Aberdeen, Perth and Inverness to the north, Glasgow to the west and Edinburgh and London to the south.
You’re spoiled for choice with two airports either side of Fife. Edinburgh (to the south) is less than 30 minutes away and direct flights arrive from over 20 cities in the UK and Ireland, and over 100 destinations worldwide. Dundee (to the north) can be reached from three major cities: London, Birmingham and Belfast in the UK.
The Port of Rosyth is Scotland’s largest freight port and is well connected to the road and rail network.
Fife has one of the UK’s most comprehensive cycle routes. There are 300 miles (500km) of cycle route along quiet country lanes, disused railway lines and forest tracks as well as commuter routes in towns.