Dial-a-Journey first started in business in 1986 with the aim of providing affordable and accessible transport for residents of the Falkirk, Stirling and Clackmannanshire Council areas.
We have grown from two buses donated to us and staffed by participants in the Manpower Services Scheme to a 24-vehicle operation, with 40 full and part-time staff in our Dial-a-Journey and Shopmobility services.
Central Shopmobility has 2 fixed bases: one in Falkirk, Unit 17 the Howgate Centre across from the lifts and one located in Stirling Bus Station.
In simple terms, we provide a loan or hire of scooter...
Dial-a-Journey is a door-to-door transport service for people who have a mobility problem, and who cannot use conventional public transport.
The service is provided and fares are subsidised within t...
Our flagship service aims to provide affordable and accessible door-to-door transport for people who have mobility difficulties and cannot use conventional public transport.
You can be given assistan...
The company operates a self-drive service for bona-fide voluntary organisations who are registered with Dial-a-Journey. Organisations wishing to hire must be registered as member organisations as legislati...
This service provides a subsidised Taxi journey for members of the scheme who are also unable to use conventional bus services, but who don't require the same level of specialised service of Dial-a-Journey...
With this in mind we offer a range of training courses for paid or voluntary workers who are involved in the transportation of passengers by minibus.
Our Community Transport Association qualified tra...