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Industrial action to affect ScotRail services today and every Sunday until 5 September

Incident created
24/03/2021 18:13
Last updated
01/08/2021 01:58
Route affected

Various routes across the ScotRail network.

 
TOC(s) affected
ScotRail;
Description

Industrial action is taking place across the ScotRail network today and every Sunday until 5 September.

Trains will run only on the routes as listed below -

  • Glasgow Central - Ayr (10:00 and mostly every hour until 21:00)
  • Ayr - Glasgow Central (08:45 and mostly every hour until 20:45)
  • Glasgow Central - Largs (09:40 and every hour until 20:40 - except 16:40)
  • Largs - Glasgow Central (09:54 and every hour until 20:54 - except 17:54)
  • Glasgow Central - Gourock (09:20 and approximately every hour until 21:23)
  • Gourock - Glasgow Central (09:23 and hourly until 21:23)
  • Helensburgh Central - Edinburgh (reduced service from 08:55 until 18:55)
  • Edinburgh - Helensburgh Central (reduced service from 08:36 until 18:40)
  • Balloch - Airdrie (reduced service from 09:28 until 19:27)
  • Airdrie - Balloch (reduced service from 08:57 until 18:59)

 

Advice for key workers:

For key workers, there will be limited bus services for University Hospital Hairmyres, Queen Margaret Hospital Dunfermline, University Hospital Wishaw and Victoria Hospital Kirkcaldy.

Essential travel advice:

If your journey is affected on Sundays, you can use your ticket to travel instead on the day before or after. If you would prefer not to travel, you can request a refund on your ticket here.

Please note, if you have a 'ScotRail services only' ticket, you cannot use it on other train operator services, including LNER.

Check before you travel:​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

You can check your journey for strike dates up to Sunday 29 August using the National Rail Enquiries real-time Journey Planner.

The Journey Planner has not yet been updated for Sunday 5 September. If you are planning to travel on or after this date, please check back closer to the time of travel.

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Compensation:
You may be entitled to compensation if you experience a delay in completing your journey. Please keep your train ticket and make a note of your journey, as both will be required to support any claim.

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