Our engineers will be working around-the-clock from tomorrow night (Friday, October 6) to deliver a vital phase of the Aberdeen-Inverness Improvement Project.
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Network Rail Scotland look after Scotland’s railway and infrastructure, including the world-famous Forth Bridge which connects passengers in Fife, north of Edinburgh, with Edinburgh and the Borders. The ScotRail Alliance was formed in 2015 and is a close working relationship between Abellio ScotRail and Network Rail Scotland Route. The aim is to improve the railway in Scotland for passengers and businesses by working better together. While remaining separate companies, both organisations will work to achieve common aims and objectives led by a single managing director and senior management team under the ScotRail brand.
Latest news for this region
The ScotRail Alliance will invest millions of pounds to keep people moving during autumn, as it undertakes a major push to deal with the very real safety risks caused by leaves on the line.
Work to provide step-free access at Westerton station is entering a key stage this weekend as engineers prepare to construct a new accessible footbridge over the railway.
Network Rail has called on final submissions into a 12 week consultation on the future of Breich station prior to the consultation closure on Monday, October 2.
The £120m redevelopment of Glasgow Queen Street has entered a new phase as work begins to prepare redundant buildings in front of the station for removal.
Work is now underway on a £4.2 million refurbishment of the South Esk viaduct at Montrose as part of Network Rail’s UK wide Railway Upgrade Plan.
Engineers will shortly complete work on the £4.5m refurbishment of the Findhorn viaduct at Tomatin in the Scottish Highlands as part of Network Rail’s UK wide Railway Upgrade Plan.
Teams from Network Rail and Carillion Power Lines have taken time out from work to electrify the Shotts line to support local community projects.
Work to enhance platform one at Broughty Ferry station will now begin in January 2018 following discussions between Dundee City Council and Network Rail.
Network Rail engineers have completed work to upgrade the open level crossing at Delny.