Work is now underway on a £1.6 million project to replace bearings under the bridge deck of the Clyde viaduct.
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Network Rail is reminding passengers to expect disruption to journeys this weekend as engineers complete the latest phase in a £114m upgrade to signalling systems across Lanarkshire.
The railway between Aberdeen and Dyce reopened as planned this morning (Monday, August 20) after Network Rail engineers successfully completed a 14-week-long upgrade.
Muirhead Road in Baillieston has now re-opened two weeks ahead of schedule following work on a multi-million pound project to reconstruct the bridge over the railway.
Work on the programme to redevelop Livingston South station has been extended after encountering unforeseen ground conditions and a subsequent delay in developing an appropriate design for the new lifts to be constructed in the station.
- Numbers through Glasgow Central were up 9 % during the period of the European Championships
- Increased footfall spiked on days city streets were closed for cycling events
- Almost 121,000 extra visitors during games period
Internationally recognised engineers, architects and urban planners have been appointed to help shape the long term future of Edinburgh’s Waverley Station.
Network Rail is advising passengers to expect disruption between 24 and 29 August as engineers complete the latest phase in a £114m upgrade to signalling systems across Lanarkshire.
Network Rail Scotland will be creating around 200 jobs this summer in one of the biggest recruitment drives in its history.
- Numbers through Edinburgh Waverley were up 45% on Saturday, August 4, and 36% on Sunday, August 5.