Network Rail engineers will be delivering a multi-million-pound programme of enhancement and maintenance projects on the Highland main line over the next five weekends.
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Latest news for this region
Lines through Stirling re-opened this morning (Monday 22 October) following successful completion of an eight-day, multi-million-pound upgrade to prepare the railway for electrification.
Network Rail engineers have made innovative changes to signalling systems at Stromeferry which will allow road users increased access over the railway.
Network Rail today (Friday 19 October) opened Kerse Road bridge in Stirling a week earlier than planned.
Network Rail Scotland has launched free water fountains for customers at Glasgow Central and Edinburgh Waverley.
Work is now underway on a six-month programme at Cleland station to deliver a £3m investment to improve accessibility.
Following on from the recent announcement that Kerse Road in Stirling will re-open to traffic on Friday 19 October – a week earlier than anticipated, we can now confirm that the bridge will open to all traffic without restrictions.
Scotland’s Railway has produced a new customer friendly animation as part of its biggest ever response to the threats caused by autumn leaf fall.
Work is now underway to re-rail an out-of-service train which derailed at low speed outside Stonehaven station last night (Wednesday, October 10).
Scotland’s Railway has launched its biggest ever response to the threats caused by autumn leaf fall.