Strathclyde Partnership for Transport’s mobile travel centre is calling in at Carrick this month to provide travel information.
The mobile centre will be in Maybole Railway Station from 10am until noon and in the harbour car park in Girvan from 1-4pm on Wednesday, March 28.
The travel centre promotes public transport and is the only one of its kind in Scotland. It provides people in rural areas with information on local rail and bus services, express and long distance coach services, short stay breaks and local ferry services.
The vehicle is accessible to people with impaired mobility and wheelchair users, and helps passengers with journey planning. It also provides information on trips around Strathclyde, Britain and Europe.
Further information can be obtained by phoning Travel Line on 0871 200 22 33 anytime or by visiting www.spt.co.uk