ScotRail has confirmed that its services will operate as normal on Wednesday, 1 February and Friday, 3 February, when members of two rail trade unions, RMT and ASLEF, take part in planned strike action.
The planned strike action on 1 and 3 February is a result of a dispute between the trade unions and a number of other train operating companies across the UK, and does not involve any ScotRail staff.
David Simpson, ScotRail Service Delivery Director, said:
“No ScotRail services will be affected by this week’s upcoming strike action. It is disappointing to see more widespread disruption across the Great Britain at a time when the railway needs to be doing everything it can to encourage more people to travel by train.
“The dispute between the trade unions and other train operators does not involve any ScotRail staff, which means ScotRail services will operate as normal on Wednesday, 1 and Friday, 3 February.”