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Major disruption between Glasgow Central and Motherwell / Larkhall until the end of the day

Created2018-02-20 13:15
Updated2018-02-20 19:09
External Linksnationalrail.co.uk | Additional Maps | #Newton
Services AffectedScotRail between Glasgow Central and Motherwell / Lanark / Edinburgh and between Milngavie and Cumbernauld / Motherwell / Larkhall and Edinburgh and between Dalmuir and Whifflet

All lines have reopened following a major fault with the signalling system in the Newton area. As trains are reintroduced into service, some trains may be cancelled or delayed by up to 45 minutes. We anticipate trains will continue to be disrupted until the end of the day. How Does This Affect My Journey? The following ScotRail services have been reinstated, however will be subject to delay and cancellation: Glasgow Central and Edinburgh via Shotts Dalmuir and Larkhall Milngavie and Motherwell Motherwell and Dalmuir are now running normally. Milngavie and Cumbernauld via Motherwell Glasgow Central and Lanark Dalmuir and Whifflet are returning to normal. Glasgow Central and Motherwell Cumbernauld and Dalmuir via Motherwell Larkhall and Milngavie   Alternative Travel Options: ScotRail Alternative train routes You may use your ticket on the following alternative ScotRail services (in both directions): Glasgow Queen Street Low level and Edinburgh via Airdrie and Bathgate. Queen St high level/Edinburgh via Falkirk High full service from 16:00   Replacement Road Transport will operate at the following locations: The following buses which will arrive and depart from the Waterloo entrance at Glasgow Central. 17 coaches have been sourced to run from Glasgow Central to stations towards Shotts, Motherwell, Hamilton Central and Lanark. Glasgow Underground between Partick and Glasgow Buchanan Street / St Enoch Local Bus Ticket Acceptance First Buses: Glasgow Motherwell/ Cumbernauld and also between Glasgow Motherwell via Whifflet on First Bus routes 2, 18, 21, 46, 61, 64, 65, 90, 201, 263, 267, X11. Glasgow Shotts via Uddingston on First bus routes 240, 241, 242, 255, 263, 266, 267, X11   JMB Buses Lanark to Motherwell (Just look for the green bus that runs every 15 minutes) between Lanark and Hamilton on bus number 41 at the following stops; Lanark Bus Station Carluke Orchard Street Wishaw Russell Street Shieldmuir John Street Motherwell Motherwell Library Hamilton Bus Station Whitelaws Buses between Hamilton, Chatelherault, Merryton, Larkhall and Motherwell on the following routes: Hamilton 250, 253, 254, 255, 256 Chatelherault 250, 253, 254, 255 Merryton 250, 253, 254, 255 Larkhall 250, 253, 254, 255 Motherwell 253   Check before you travel: You can check your journey using the National Rail Enquiries real time Journey Planner


Disruption between Partick and Clydebank expected until 21:00

Created2018-02-20 18:48
Updated2018-02-20 18:50
External Linksnationalrail.co.uk | Additional Maps | #Clydebank
Services AffectedBetween Partick and Clydebank

A person has been hit by a train between Jordanhill and Clydebank and this is causing disruption to trains between Partick and Clydebank. Trains may be delayed by up to 60 minutes, cancelled or diverted via Singer. A normal service is expected to resume by 21:00. Check before you travel:You can check your journey using the National Rail Enquiries real time Journey Planner


Disruption between Ascot and Reading expected until 21:00

Created2018-02-20 16:54
Updated2018-02-20 18:07
External Linksnationalrail.co.uk | Additional Maps | #Ascot
Services AffectedBetween London Waterloo and Reading

Following emergency services dealing with an incident between Ascot and Reading all lines have now reopened. Train services running to and from these stations are returning to normal but some services may still be cancelled, delayed or revised. Disruption is expected until 21:00. How South Western Railway Are Helping You Complete Your Journey: You may use your rail ticket on Great Western Railway services between London Paddington, Windsor & Eton Central and Reading in both directions. You may also use your rail ticket on Great Western Railway services between Wokingham and Reading in both directions. You may use your rail ticket on London Underground services between London Waterloo and London Paddington in both directions.Additional information: Earlier this evening, South Western Railway's control centre were informed that the emergency services were attending to an incident on the railway between Ascot and Reading. In order to protect the safety of all concerned, all trains in the area were brought to a stand. The electricity supply to the track was also switched off. The emergency services have now concluded the incident, all lines have re opened and trains are back on the move. The lines were closed to trains for approximately 35 minutes. During peak times delays quickly accumulate and affect other services through knock on delays. For more information on knock on delays, please see here. In order to reduce the delays and consequent congestion caused by this incident, some short notice alterations to services will continue to be necessary. If you require assistance with your journey please see a member of staff or use a help point at a station. Check before you travel: You can check your journey using the National Rail Enquiries real time Journey Planner


Disruption between Glasgow Queen Street and Stirling / Edinburgh until the end of the day

Created2018-02-20 13:19
Updated2018-02-20 18:00
External Linksnationalrail.co.uk | Additional Maps | #Croy
Services AffectedBetween Glasgow Queen Street and Stirling / Edinburgh

A fault with the signalling system between Croy and Larbert is causing disruption to journeys between Glasgow Queen Street and Stirling / Edinburgh. What's Going On? The signalling problem between Croy and Larbert has been repaired and trains can be signalled as normal. Unfortunately, there is an ongoing issue with the signalling in the Greenhill area which is affecting trains between How Does This Affect My Journey? Trains between Glasgow Queen Street and Falkirk Grahamston are suspended. Trains between Dumbarton Central and Cumbernauld will terminate and start back from Springburn. Rail replacement transport will operate between Springburn and Cumbernauld. Alternative Travel Options You may use your ticket on: First Buses between: Stirling Alloa Stirling and Edinburgh Glasgow, Bishopbriggs and Croy Glasgow and Cumbernauld Wester Hailes and Edinburgh   Check before you travel: You can check your journey using the National Rail Enquiries real time Journey Planner


Disruption between Glasgow Central and Newton via Kings Park until the end of the day

Created2018-02-20 05:07
Updated2018-02-20 17:20
External Linksnationalrail.co.uk | Additional Maps | #Kirkhill
Services AffectedTrains between Glasgow Central and Newton via Kings Park

A burst water main near the railway at Kirkhill has resulted in disruption to trains running between Glasgow Central and Newton via Kings Park. Disruption is expected until the end of the day. Trains are unable to operate between Burnside and Newton. Alternative travel advice: Customers travelling to / from Burnside, Croftfoot and Kings Park please note all services will be departing from and arriving on platform 2. Customers travelling to / from Newton can use their tickets on other ScotRail services between Dalmuir and Larkhall and also between Milngavie and Cumbernauld / Motherwell via Glasgow Central. Customers travelling to and from Kirkhill Kirkhill is within walking distance of Cambuslang (approximately 13 minutes) where the following services run: Lanark To Glasgow Central Larkhall to Milngavie Motherwell to Dalmuir    Additional information: Scottish Water have a burst water main at Kirkhill which is resulting in water running down a bridge over the railway, and then directly onto the overhead lines at Kirkhill station. The flow of the water has caused some masonry to become dislodged and ScotRail are therefore unable to operate trains. If you need further information, please speak to a member of ScotRail staff in person or through the help point on the platform, this is marked with a Q. Check before you travel: You can check your journey using the National Rail Enquiries real time Journey Planner


Last Updated: 2018-02-20 19:15