The public are being warned that overhead power cables on the main Edinburgh-Glasgow line will be live for testing from Saturday, September 2.
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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
Work to repair and strengthen the two railway bridges over Ayr Road, Mauchline is now complete.
Station Road in Shotts re-opened on Tuesday, August 15, following the on time on budget completion of an 11 month programme to demolish and rebuild the bridge over the railway.
Network Rail has officially opened a new footbridge at Millhall Road in Stirling to replace a level crossing once considered Scotland’s highest risk pedestrian only crossing.
More than 340,000 people passed through Edinburgh Waverley station during the first weekend of the August Edinburgh festivals, the ScotRail Alliance confirmed today.
Network Rail has erected the first mast on the electrification of the Shotts line between Holytown Junction and Midcalder Junction.
Work will begin on the next phase of redevelopment of Glasgow’s Queen Street station on Sunday 6th August.
Glasgow Central station topped the list of overall satisfaction for Network Rail-managed stations according to the spring 2017 National Rail Passenger Survey (NRPS).
The line between Kilmarnock and Carlisle has re-opened following successful completion of a multi million pound programme of work
New mobile warning system for Scottish level crossings as number of near misses rise over summer holidays
Network Rail and the ScotRail Alliance are rolling-out a new system at high-risk level crossings that uses mobile phone signals to warn people to stay aware when near the railway.