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Samaritans Lifesaver award nomination for Scotrail employee

Assisting a vulnerable person has led to a Scotrail employee being nominated for the Samaritans Lifesaver Award at the upcoming Rail Staff Awards 2019

Scotrail and Transpennine Express launch joint discount tickets

Transpennine Express and Scotrail have introduced joint discounted flexible train tickets between certain stations on their networks.

Pitlochry station is best in Britain

Pitlochry station has been named the best medium-sized station in Britain at the National Rail Awards 2019. The railway station won the ‘Medium Station of...

More trains arrive on time as performance improves for ScotRail

Nine out of ten trains arrived on time in Scotland as performance improved during the most recent four-week period. Across Scotland, 89.6 per cent of...

Railway flourishes at Beautiful Scotland Awards

Five groups on Scotland’s Railway triumphed from the 12 categories and 13 discretionary awards. The ceremony has recognised the volunteer commitment across the country and...

Enjoy a taste of Scotland on board ScotRail trains

Rail passengers travelling in Scotland can now indulge themselves in locally sourced produce whilst they take in the breathtaking scenery. ScotRail’s Great Scenic Tasting Box...

ScotRail up for top environmental award

ScotRail has announced that it is up for a top environmental award in recognition for its work to improve biodiversity across Scotland’s Railway. The train...

ScotRail launches special Spotfiy playlists

ScotRail and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra (RSNO) have launched four special Spotify playlists for passengers to enjoy while travelling on trains. As part of...

New information screens at Oban Station

Passengers in Oban are now benefitting from improved customer information following the installations of new screens at the station. The new digital customer information screens...

ScotRail introduces first eight carriage Class 385 train

ScotRail has made another step forward in delivering for its passengers by introducing the first eight-carriage Class 385 trains between Glasgow and Edinburgh. Built by...
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