ScotRail Status | Buses replace trains between Partick and Milngavie / Dalmuir via Westerton before 10:30 on Sunday 1 September





Updated at: 02-Jul-2024 18:58:50: PM

Operator:  ScotRail

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Routes affected:

ScotRail between Edinburgh / Airdrie / Bathgate / Glasgow Queen Street and Milngavie / Dalmuir / Helensburgh Central / Oban

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Description of Incident

Engineering work is taking place between Partick and Westerton / Milngavie, closing all lines before 10:30.

Motherwell – Milngavie:

Trains will be diverted after Westerton, and will run to / from Dalmuir instead of to / from Milngavie.

Replacement buses will run between Partick and Milngavie.

Edinburgh – Helensburgh:

Trains that usually run via Westerton will be diverted to run via Yoker.

Replacement buses will run between Partick and Dalmuir via Westerton / Singer.

Check before you travel:

You can plan your journey using the National Rail Enquiries Journey Planner

Replacement Bus Travel Advice:

For helpful advice if you need to travel on a rail replacement service, including accessibility and bicycle information, please use this page.

You can find the location of your bus replacement by checking station signs or by searching for your station on our station information pages.

Please be advised that replacement vehicles may be busier than usual, and you should allow extra time for your journey.

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This page created on: 25-Jun-2024 13:55:55: PM

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