Park and Ride

To avoid the hassle associated with driving into the centre of Edinburgh, why not use the Park and Ride facility near Wallyford railway station?

TheWallyford Journey Hub facility has around 300 free car parking spaces, plus 13 disabled spaces and ten cycle parking slots. There are also two high-power Journey chargers suitable for longer vehicles; and around 20 Destination chargers with no time restictions, so you can take the train or a bus to your destination and return to a fully-charged car.

Accessibility and safety

The facility is fully accessible, with a bus-only lane and pedestrian crossings. The parking area is well lit and covered by 24 hour CCTV.

How do I get to Edinburgh from Wallyford Park and Ride?


The following buses run regularly from the facility to Edinburgh:

Lothian Buses 44/44A/N44 serve Wallyford Park and Ride and depart for Musselburgh and Edinburgh City Centre every 10 minutes at peak times and during the day on Monday to Saturdays, with a half hourly service on a Sunday in place. Please see the Lothian Buses and Scotrail websites for the latest route plans/timetables.


The railway offers direct connections to:

  • Edinburgh Waverley
  • Musselburgh
  • Wallyford
  • Prestonpans
  • Longniddry
  • Drem
  • North Berwick
  • East Linton 
  • Dunbar

Most trains run between North Berwick and Edinburgh Waverley, although peak-time services continue on to Edinburgh Haymarket, and some ScotRail trains serve Dunbar and East Linton.

Train times can be found in online at the Trainline website.

You can also plan your journey by using the Traveline Scotland journey planner page.

Overnight parking

This site is managed by East Lothian Council. 

Please note that the Wallyford Park and Ride will be closed for general use to support the Edinburgh Marathon on Sunday 26 May - this will mean no overnight parking will be available Saturday 25 May 2024 also.

Other Park and Ride Facilities

Information about other park and ride facilities in Midlothian and Edinburgh.