Scotrail have warned commuters to expect delays between Glasgow and Edinburgh due to a points failure at Bishopbriggs.
ScotRail engineers are on the scene but the ‘points failure’ at Bishopbriggs is causing knock-on disruption for several lines.
The Glasgow to Edinburgh service via Falkirk, is subject to significant delays and a reduced service, with delays expected until around 11am.
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Scotrail are advising customers to use the lower level service from Glasgow Queen Street, via Bathgate, instead.
A spokesperson said: “Engineers are on their way to the site at Cadder (near Bishopbriggs) and should arrive in the next few minutes to begin to repair fault.”
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Services are beginning to move again through Bishopbriggs after engineers partially restored the failed points at Cadder.