Further rail disruption during Edinburgh-Glasgow rail upgrade

Passengers face further delays on Edinburgh -Glasgow route. Picture: John Devlin
Passengers face further delays on Edinburgh -Glasgow route. Picture: John Devlin
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PASSENGERS face five more months of disruption during the upgrading of the main Edinburgh-Glasgow rail line.

Trains will be replaced by buses after around 8.30pm between Sundays and Thursdays from 4 September to 8 December, and 8 January to 31 March.

Services on some lines which use part of the route will also start later on Sundays - around 11am.

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These include Perth-Dunblane-Stirling-Edinburgh trains.

The £742 million electrification project – the Edinburgh Glasgow Improvement Programme – is already running seven months behind schedule, with electric trains not now expected to start running until next July.

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The Alliance warned there would be further disruption to follow, including on other routes.

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