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Scotland’s Railway: Scotland news
Planning application is diversion from Bawbee road closure
Network Rail has submitted a planning application to Fife Council for the diversion route and river crossing required during the work on the Leven (Bawbee) bridge.
Early progress at Levenmouth is rail-y positive.
It was a milestone moment for the Levenmouth Rail Link when the first new rails were laid on the project which will reconnect the town to the mainline passenger network for the first time in more than half a century.
Replanting marks successful completion Dalgety Bay vegetation project
Network Rail has successfully completed a project to cut trees and vegetation from land adjacent to the railway at Dalgety Bay station.
Collision protection beam to be installed on Edinburgh railway bridge
Network Rail is to install a collision protection beam on a railway bridge on Balgreen Road in Edinburgh to reduce the risk of damage if the bridge is hit by vehicles.
Levenmouth Rail Link project gets underway
Levenmouth moves a step closer to the reintroduction of passenger services for the first time in more than fifty years, bringing with it exciting new journey opportunities and economic benefits for the area.
Transport Minister visits site of Inverness Airport station
As work continues to create the £14m Inverness Airport station, Transport Minister Jenny Gilruth, visited site to see first-hand the progress that has been made.
Muir of Ord residents offered online public information sessions
Local people in Muir of Ord are being given a platform to share their views on the plans for a new radio communications mast at the station through online information sessions.
£32m Argyle line improvement works set to begin
Glasgow’s Argyle line will close for eight weeks from mid-March while Network Rail delivers a £32m programme of work to improve reliability for passengers.
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