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Comhairle nan Eilean Siar has confirmed that there will be no reductions in CalMac's timetables for ferries services to the Western Isles.
(Permalink) Caledonian MacBrayne Comhairle nan Eilean Siar Timetabling

ScotRail is going the extra mile to make sure key and essential workers are able to get home after their shifts finish.

Following customer feedback, the train operator is making changes to the reduced timetable introduced earlier this month to reflect a 90 per cent fall in the number of passengers.

The revised timetable, that delivers better value for the taxpayer, is part of ScotRail's strategy to provide critical services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
(Permalink) COVID-19 ScotRail Timetabling

ScotRail has introduced a temporary train service in a remote part of the Highlands, after locals who have no other access to public transport expressed fears theyd miss out on 'essential' shopping trips and medical appointments.

The 17:37 Fort William Glasgow service was temporarily removed from the timetable following a 90 per cent fall in the number of passengers using the train during the coronavirus pandemic.

The changes being made to the timetable reflect the current demand from customers, while delivering better value for the taxpayer.
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ScotRail is reminding customers to check their journey before travelling to see which services are affected from Sunday.
(Permalink) ScotRail Timetabling

Rail campaigners say they remain 'optimistic' that services will return to normal on the Far North Line once the Covid-19 pandemic is over.
(Permalink) COVID-19 ScotRail Timetabling

Cuts to Highland railway services have been confirmed by train bosses ahead of the publication of the winter timetables.
(Permalink) COVID-19 Timetabling

ScotRail will deliver a revised timetable for customers from Sunday, 13 December as it continues to provide a critical service during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Announcing the changes, the train operator confirmed that around 81 per cent of the normal timetable will operate, with some services being removed following a significant reduction in passenger demand. ScotRail said this level of service will more than meet demand over the coming months.
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Commuters in Moray have hit out at a timetable shake-up poised to reduce the amount of morning trains. A review of connections from Elgin to Inverness is due to remove one of the early shuttle services between the stations from next month.
(Permalink) Elgin Inverness Timetabling

Scotland's main train operator plans to reduce services by 10 per cent from next month, The Scotsman has learned.
(Permalink) COVID-19 Timetabling

Rail opeators have been asked by the government to draw up proposals of making the railway more 'efficient' and 'financially sustainable' by cutting services after passenger numbers fell.
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