Why Angus?

Transport Connectivity in Angus

Traveling to Angus is easy. With access to road, rail, sea and air, Angus is a go to place to do business.

Angus is served well by road and rail. The A90 and A92 run through Angus which provides easy access to the Scottish Motorway network. Train stations in Monifieth, Carnoustie, Arbroath and Montrose provide direct links to Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh and beyond.

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By Road

Two main trunk roads run through Angus. The A90 from Edinburgh to Aberdeen and the A92 from Dunfermline in Fife, up the coast to Aberdeen.

Go green and use one of the electric buses that operate in Angus, connecting the towns of Angus with Dundee.

Electric charging points are being installed across Scotland. Angus has many points throughout the county so plug in and go green.

Angus Council with partners are exploring alternative fuel sources such as additional EV charging, Hydrogen and Biogas in strategic locations throughout the county.

Montrose Port

By Sea

Montrose Port is one of Scotland’s leading support, logistics and service hubs for the North Sea energy industry and the general cargo market.

Cruise ships are now welcome to dock at Montrose Port and passengers can disembark and explore the local area.


By Air

Fly into Dundee Airport from London Stansted on a short 47 minute flight. Dundee Airport also welcomes private planes.


By Rail

Regular coastal train line, stopping at Monifieth, Carnoustie, Arbroath and Montrose.