Dunfermline Campus, Pittsburgh Road, KY11 8DY

Dunfermline Campus is in the east of the city, situated in a convenient location between Halbeath Park and Ride, and Queen Margaret train station, and close to both the M90 and A92, making it very accessible via public transport services. 

Planning Your Journey

Fife College aims to be Net Zero by 2035, ten years ahead of Scottish Government targets. Travel to and from the college is a big part of our total carbon emissions and an area that continues to increase its impact on the environment.

Fife College is committed to reducing all emissions relating to travel, and encouraging the use of low-carbon transport to our campuses is a key action to reduce emissions. We have therefore detailed below some alternative methods of getting to campus.

To plan your journey using public transport options, you can use Traveline.

Also, Rome2Rio is a personalised journey planner, which can advise you on how to travel to campus via various public transport options, including a calculation of the cost of your trip.

Useful Public Transport Links

Dunfermline campus is a 40-minute walk from the centre of the city, and a 15-minute walk from the nearest train station, Queen Margaret Station.

We have 14 bicycle racks and 3 bicycle storage cubes available at our Dunfermline Campus, which require a padlock for safe bike storage. There is also a bike maintenance pump available for cyclists. You can plan your cycle route to campus on cycle streets. 

There are some traffic free cycling routes, for example Route 764 is a path that runs to Western Fife direction, all the way from Dunfermline to Clackmannan. 

Dunfermline campus is a 15-minute walk from Queen Margaret train station and a 40-minute walk from Dunfermline City station. 

Both stations are well connected to and around Fife, with access to regions further away. Queen Margaret station has direct and frequent links to Edinburgh (37 minutes). Those traveling from Edinburgh direction by train should take the Glenrothes with Thornton line or the Cowdenbeath line. Those traveling from Northeast of Fife should take the train to Edinburgh (Waverley) line, however, this requires a change at Inverkeithing station. 

Railcards can be purchased for those aged between 16-25 years, providing a 1/3 discount on all train tickets. 

For information on journey information, prices and timetables visit ScotRail or Trainline. 

Buses that pass near the Dunfermline Campus are: 19 (Rosyth to Dunfermline campus), 19A and number 33 (Dunfermline campus to Kirkcaldy bus station). 


Those under the age of 22 years old living in Scotland can apply for a free Young Persons nation-wide bus travel card.  

Halbeath Park and Ride is located to the east of Dunfermline at Junction 3 off the M90, providing links from the West of Fife to cities including Edinburgh and Glasgow. 

Bus services from here provide travel to Dunfermline city centre, and include stops at Dunfermline campus. This bus journey to campus takes approx. 15 minutes, or you could walk from the Park and Ride to the campus (21-minute walk).

Further information can be found here. 

Dunfermline campus is just off the M90 and A92, making it very accessible from areas including Perth (30 minutes) or Edinburgh (30 minutes). Driving from Kirkcaldy takes only 20 minutes. 

Google Maps is the recommended platform to use for following directions to campus.

If travelling from the north-east, travel via the M90 or A92, at Halbeath Junction, take the exit onto A907. Then take the 2nd exit onto Pittsburgh Road and take the next left to Fife College. 

If travelling from the south, travel up the M90 to the A907 in Fife and take the third exit from M90. Continue onto A907 to your destination.

Electric Charging Points

A map of local charging points can be found here. 

If alternative transport modes are not feasible, and you do decide to drive, there are several car parks at Dunfermline campus with around 400 spaces in total. 

There are two entrances to this campus - the main reception car park is the second exit from the A907 onto Pittsburgh Road, another entrance is by taking the third exit from the A907 onto Halbeath Road, and then take the first left. 

We will be moving to the new Dunfermline Learning Campus in summer 2025. 

Find out more here: https://www.fife.ac.uk/new-dunfermline-learning-campus