ScotRail is advising passengers who use Carnoustie station to plan ahead as the station car park is closed due to The Open golf championship.
With 10,000+ fans expected to be visiting the Angus town, the car park is going to be converted to a temporary queuing area to make sure people get to and from the golf safely.
Any passengers who use the car park need to make sure they have removed their vehicles by 11:59 pm on Wednesday 11th July 2018.
Passengers who have with limited mobility are encouraged to contact the ScotRail assisted travel team by calling 0800 912 2901 (Textphone 18001 0800 912 2 901) or by visiting the ScotRail website.
Further travel advice for fans heading to the The Open will be issued in the coming weeks.
What did the officials say?
ScotRail Alliance Head of Customer Experience Graham Heald said:
“We’re delighted to be welcoming golf fans and The Open Championship back to Carnoustie.
“It’s going to be a busy week, so we’ll be installing a queuing system at Carnoustie station to help things go smoothly. That means the station car park will be closed during the event.
“While the car park is closed, we will be making alternative arrangements to ensure everyone can access the station.”
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