Changes to trains on Glasgow Suburban routes & the West Highland Line
The ScotRail Alliance is doing all it can to keep customers on the move during the upcoming improvement works in and around Glasgow, Dumbarton and the West Highland Line.
The ScotRail Alliance will be putting on buses to allow customers to continue their journey while essential track maintenance work takes place on the weekends of 23/24 September and 30 September/1 October.
Rob Shorthouse, ScotRail Alliance communications director, said: Rob Shorthouse, ScotRail Alliance communications director, said: “We are working hard to build the best railway that Scotland has ever had. We know that any disruption to services can be a pain for customers but all this work is essential to ensuring we can continue to deliver a first class service on these important routes.
“Customers can find out more about these changes and what it means for their own journey by visiting the ScotRail website or by downloading our free app. Even although customers’ normal journey might be different while this work is going on, we will keep people moving.”
23, 24, 30 September, 1 October
Buses replace trains between:
- Glasgow Central (low level) and Dumbarton Central (via Singer & Yoker)
- Milngavie and Partick
- Glasgow Queen Street (high level), Dalmuir and Crianlarich – trains run as normal between Crianlarich and Oban, Fort William and Mallaig.
- Glasgow Queen Street (high level) and Anniesland.
Replacement buses will call at all scheduled stations, excluding Anderston, on these dates.
There will be no service from Anderston during these works.
Journey times will be increased, and timetables may be different from normal.