By Campbell Finlayson ScotRail have defended their ‘Buy Before You Board’ policy, after coming under fire from a number of irate customers. A tweet from the organisation’s official Twitter page on Monday night urged customers to buy their tickets before … Continue reading ScotRail stick by their ‘Buy Before You Board’ policy
Comment by Alex Docherty LNER food supply workers will be striking again next month. LNER is the operator from the Department of Transport which was brought in after Virgin Trains East Coast found they could not make enough profit from … Continue reading Comment: Renationalising the Railway
By Brandon Cook Two of Scotlands busiest train stations have installed refillable water hubs to combat the waste of thousands of plastic bottles. Passengers at Glasgow Central Station and Edinburgh Waverly will benifit from the use of refillable running water … Continue reading Free water stations will save 1000 plastic bottles per WEEK
A person has died after being hit by a train in Glasgow. Around 6:30 in the morning, between Queen Street and Belgrove stations, the British Transport Police (BTP) arrived along with the ambulance services to the spot, where the incident … Continue reading Train hits person near Queen Street Station in Glasgow, Services disrupted until noon
By Fethi Benaissa Last month, the crumbling former Ayr station hotel has forced South Ayshire Council to put in place an ‘extended exclusion zone’ around the building, limiting trains access and causing major disruptions in Scotrail services to and from … Continue reading Who Is Responsible For Ayr Station Chaos?