Major disruption for Tweedbank-Edinburgh ScotRail commuters due to signalling fault
Rail commuters have been facing major disruption this morning due to a signalling fault on the line between Galashiels and Tweedbank.
ScotRail says train services between Edinburgh and Tweedbank will be cancelled, delayed or revised.
The website says: "We are dealing with a signalling issue in the Tweedbank area. Our staff are on site and are working hard to get services back on schedule. Once we have more information we will let you know, therefore please check back here regularly for updates."
The website says the following service alterations will apply until further notice:
Edinburgh / Tweedbank services have been reduced to an hourly service;
xx50 Edinburgh to Tweedbank services will run as scheduled
xx22 Edinburgh to Tweedbank services suspended
xx58 Tweedbank to Edinburgh services will run as scheduled
xx26 Tweedbank to Edinburgh services suspended
Train tickets will be accepted on Lothian buses between Edinburgh, Brunstane, Newcraighall, Eskbank, Newtongrange and Gorebridge.
Tickets will also be accepted on Borders buses between Edinburgh Waverley, Eskbank, Newtongrange, Gorebridge, Stow and Galashiels on bus route X95.
The signalling fault also affects some services on the Fife Circle route.