Scotland's 359 railway stations provide access to services, to our cites and to the country as a whole. From the busiest urban locations to the more rural, our stations are a key part of the passenger journey and experience.
We are making our railway as attractive as possible by:
- investing in modernisation programmes at flagship stations such as Dundee, Glasgow’s Queen Street and Edinburgh’s Waverley and Haymarket
- building more than a dozen new stations across the country
- improving infrastructure such as the Highland Mainline and between Aberdeen to Inverness
Communities gain local benefits too, through low-rent business spaces in formerly disused parts of station buildings.