ScotRail has appointed leading creative communications agency, Wire, to handle delivery of its consumer brand campaigns. The first communications agency to be held on retainer by the train provider, Wire was awarded the initial 12 month contract after successfully delivering a number of high profile projects in recent months.
All 38 of ScotRail’s Class 380 fleet will be equipped with wireless connectivity by March 2014, thanks to Scottish government funding. Nomad Digital, global leader in wireless solutions for the transportation sector, was chosen to provide the installations on the new fleet, after offering a strong technical solution and delivery programme - backed up by an attractive commercial proposition.
A voluntary group which provides healthy and fulfilling activities for older people has installed a dozen floral planters at Laurencekirk station as part of a ScotRail community project.
ScotRail is to become the official transport partner for The Hydro, Scotland’s new home for live entertainment.
Hard-working volunteers have completed a floral ‘makeover’ at Croy station, as part of a ScotRail community project.
Rail passengers will benefit from a host of additional services being introduced as part of the new winter timetable announced by ScotRail and Transport Scotland.
Passengers putting their feet on train seats – or leaving chewing gum on them – are costing ScotRail almost £100,000 a year in Government penalties.
People heading for the Leuchars Diamond Jubilee Airshow on Saturday 15 September can take advantage of a special all-in-one offer from ScotRail.
ScotRail has announced it will provide extra trains to help football fans attending Scotland’s upcoming games against Serbia and Macedonia at Hampden Park.
ScotRail has launched a high-profile campaign aimed at reducing the number of accidents at stations across Scotland.
ScotRail’s first-ever group of Modern Apprentices in Customer Service have graduated under a pioneering initiative to develop young talent.
Livingston Rotary Club members have installed two distinctive floral planters at Uphall station, as part of a ScotRail community project.