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Highland Tain station gets lease of life

Published: 11-11-2015

Tain Railway Station (c.1864), built and opened that year by the Inverness and Aberdeen Junction Railway (Picture source - Tain & District Museum)Tain railway station in Easter Ross will receive a new lease of life today (11 November), as a new restaurant opens in its disused building thanks to the Station Community Regeneration Fund.

Transport Scotland to publish ScotRail performance reports quarterly

Published: 06-11-2015

The Service Quality Incentive Regime (SQUIRE) reports will now be made publicly available from the Transport Scotland website

Transport Minister calls for support to deliver rail freight growth

Published: 22-10-2015

Derek Mackay, Minister for Transport and Islands, today issued a call to industry and business across Scotland and the UK to work with the Scottish Government to support growth in the Scottish rail freight sector.

Scottish Government statement on July 2015 Retail Prices Index (RPI) in relation to Rail Fares

Published: 18-08-2015

Cabinet Secretary for Infrastructure, Investment and Cities, Keith Brown said: “The Scottish Government wants to see more people take the train and recognises that prices have to be affordable and fair.

Annual rail performance figures for Scotland released

Published: 14-08-2015

Annual figures showing the quality of rail and passenger services have been released today (14 August).

Queen to open Borders Railway

Published: 03-08-2015

Double celebration as HM marks milestone as monarch & re-opens railwayThe Borders Railway will be officially opened by Her Majesty The Queen on the day that she becomes Britain's longest serving monarch.

Ministers updated on preparations for possible rail strike

Published: 20-05-2015

Public and businesses urged to plan ahead of potential disruption next Monday and Tuesday

Artwork train brings Borders Railway to life

Published: 17-03-2015

Scotland on track for new trains

Published: 12-03-2015

Designs for the 70 brand new faster, quieter and longer trains being built for the ScotRail fleet have been unveiled by Transport Minister Derek Mackay.