ScotRail has announced a £1million programme of improvements in passenger facilities at 19 stations in Glasgow and Lanarkshire in the run up to the Commonwealth Games in 2014.
ScotRail, the primary rail operator in Scotland, has agreed to introduce the Jobcentre Plus Travel Discount card onto its network from 1 April 2012.
ScotRail’s Elgin-Inverness train returned on Monday 5 March.
ScotRail has unveiled a specially-equipped van to help its roving maintenance teams carry out their work at West Highland Line stations.
ScotRail has unveiled a specially-equipped van to help its roving maintenance teams carry out their work at Aberdeenshire stations.
ScotRail has announced a £75,000 project to install a wind turbine at Montrose station to generate eco-friendly power for the premises.
A colourful new train – known as Barry the Barrel – has rolled into Glasgow’s Exhibition Centre station.
New posters celebrating Carnoustie’s rich heritage have gone on permanent display at Carnoustie Station.
ScotRail’s most popular ticket offer is back – from 16 January 2012 – with prices held at autumn 2011 rates.
ScotRail has delivered on its franchise commitment to spend £40m on improvements by the end of October, 2011.