Last updated: 21 September 2020
We’ve made changes to our timetable to help keep those making necessary journeys moving.
We’ve increased the number of services we operate. More than 90% of normal services are in operation, with 100% of normal capacity provided during peak travel hours. We’ve also moved to a minimum of one metre physical distancing in stations and on trains.
The suspension of driver training during lockdown, due to physical distancing rules making it impossible for two people to sit in the drivers cab at the same time, means it’s not yet possible for a full service to operate. Where we must operate a reduced service, it will be at the times of day when fewest people travel.
We continue to ask you to consider alternative travel options where possible, including walking and cycling, to keep space free for those who need to travel by train.
If you are travelling by train- follow our 5 rules for safer travel when using the railway. This includes wearing a face covering at all stages of your journey with ScotRail - in station and on train.
Please note: timetables leaflets and posters in our stations are no longer accurate. Information on services offered by other transport providers - such as bus, tram and ferry links - in our online journey planner may not be accurate. Please check with Traveline Scotland at wwww.travelinescotland.com or on 0871 200 22 33.
Make the right choice. Play your part.
We encourage you not to travel at peak times unless you need to. Space is limited and you could be stopping key workers making essential journeys.