Network Rail will shortly submit a planning application for work at Stirling station, including creating step-free access to all platforms.
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The new station footbridge at Westerton will open on Friday November 24 as part of wider work to improve accessibility at the station.
Network Rail engineers will shortly begin work on a project to replace the weak road-over-rail bridge in Springkell Avenue in Pollokshields.
Network Rail is offering people the chance to ‘drop-in’ to find out more about work to electrify the railway lines from Stirling to Dunblane Station.
Engineers are delivering a £7m rolling programme of investment in Dumbarton’s railway bridges as part of Network Rail’s Railway Upgrade Plan.
Engineers will shortly complete work on the £1.5 million refurbishment of the iconic Cutty Sark bridge over the A8 at Bargeddie as part of Network Rail’s Railway Upgrade Plan.
Engineers will be working around-the-clock this festive period to complete more than £15m-worth of infrastructure upgrades across Scotland as part of Network Rail's GB-wide Railway Upgrade Plan.
The Edinburgh Glasgow Improvement Programme (EGIP) reached another milestone this week with the first electric train running end-to-end on the main Edinburgh-Glasgow line.
This weekend, engineers working on site at West Calder station will crane two 10.5m tall lift towers into position as the new accessible footbridge begins to take shape.
A Dalry bridge is Scotland’s most bashed, with 57 lorries hitting the low Beith Road bridge since 2009.