Passengers arriving at West Calder on Monday April 9 will notice a significant difference in their station with the removal of the old and opening of the new station footbridge.
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Network Rail is upgrading two level crossings in Dingwall to full barriers to further improve safety for train passengers, pedestrians and motorists.
The ScotRail Alliance – a partnership between Network Rail Scotland and ScotRail - has published a performance improvement plan that will drive up standards and help to build the best railway Scotland has ever had.
Story Contracting has replaced Carillion as the main contractor for the platform extension works at Edinburgh Waverley.
Network Rail engineers will work around-the-clock over Easter to deliver a series of bridge works as part of the Aberdeen-Inverness (A2I) Improvement Project which will transform services in the north of Scotland.
Passengers who use the line between Edinburgh Waverley and Glasgow Central via Shotts are being reminded to plan ahead as the line will close for 10 days this Easter as part of a £160m project to electrify the route.
Engineers will complete the latest phase in a £124m upgrade to signalling systems in North Lanarkshire this Easter weekend.
Network Rail engineers will be delivering a £1m investment programme on the railway through Cleghorn level crossing in April and May.
Passengers are being reminded to plan their journeys in advance this Easter weekend as Network Rail engineers will be working around-the-clock over the bank holiday to deliver more than £23m of improvements across Scotland’s railway.
Network Rail engineers will work around-the-clock this Easter to deliver more than £2m of investment on the Shotts Line Electrification project.