Humza Yousaf 'listening' to train windscreen concerns [BBC News]

Date: 14/02/2018

Scotland's transport minister says the government is listening to union concerns about the new fleet of electric trains. Humza Yousaf said it was 'imperative for the train manufacturer, Hitachi, and ScotRail to find a solution.' Aslef said drivers had reported a windscreen design flaw causing them to see more than one signal at night. The train drivers' union is threatening to boycott the trains, which had been due to come into service in March.

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Humza Yousaf says it is imperative Hitachi and ScotRail find a solution to the issue.