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Industrial action affecting ScotRail every Sunday until 2 May

Incident created
24/03/2021 18:13
Last updated
12/04/2021 07:51
Route affected

Various routes across the ScotRail network.

 
TOC(s) affected
ScotRail;
Description

Industrial action is taking place across the ScotRail network every Sunday up to and including Sunday 2 May.

Trains will be cancelled across several key routes as listed below:

  • Aberdeen - Glasgow Queen Street / Edinburgh
  • Aberdeen - Inverurie / Inverness
  • Aberdeen - Perth / Dundee
  • Edinburgh - Inverness / Aberdeen
  • Edinburgh - Inverkeithing / Glenrothes / Kirkcaldy / Perth / Dundee
  • Edinburgh - Stirling / Dunblane
  • Edinburgh - Tweedbank
  • Edinburgh - North Berwick
  • Edinburgh - Glasgow Central via Shotts
  • Glasgow Queen Street - Edinburgh via Falkirk High
  • Glasgow Queen Street - Anniesland
  • Glasgow Queen Street - Stirling / Alloa / Dunblane / Perth / Dundee
  • Glasgow Queen Street - Inverness / Aberdeen
  • Glasgow Queen Street - Cumbernauld
  • Glasgow Central - Barrhead / Kilmarnock / Dumfries / Carlisle
  • Glasgow Central - Stranraer
  • Glasgow Queen Street - Crianlarich / Oban / Fort William / Mallaig
  • Inverness - Kyle of Lochalsh / Wick

 

Advice for key workers:

For key workers, there will be limited buses serving University Hospital Hairmyres, Queen Margaret Hospital Dunfermline 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.

Check before you travel:
Journey Planners have not yet been updated with the revised timetable for the affected Sundays from Sunday 18 April onwards. Please check back closer to the time of travel.

Twitter:
If you would like to follow this incident on Twitter, please use #ScotRailStrike

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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