Taxi Travel

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This page is part of the Stirling Travel Support guide and was last updated on December 11, 2019
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Disabled Peoples' Taxicards

This is a concessionary travel scheme offering subsidised travel for people with disabilities in the Stirling area.

The scheme is available to people with a permanent disability who cannot use ordinary buses. You can book taxi journeys (up to 12 per week) at any time of the day and to go where you want, when you want.

According to Stirling Council, up to three people may accompany you for 20p each per single journey and up to a maximum amount of £2 may be discounted from the normal fare and you must pay the balance.

contact_phoneApplying for a Taxicard

The application process requires verification by a doctor of the person’s disability. The eligibility for a Taxicard is described by Stirling Council as follows:

“You can apply for a if you are registered blind/partially sighted your ability to walk is seriously impaired. You must also live in the Stirling Council area.”

Use the links below to view more information and a printable application form.

arrow_forwardStirling Council Taxicards Informationarrow_forwardPrintable Taxicard Application Form

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