Pro IQRA News Updates.
From Sunday, the number of trains on 21 May between Glasgow Queen Street and Edinburgh (via Falkirk High) will be increased to 15 minutes on Saturdays.
A small number of additional daytime services will run at Cathcart Circle in south Glasgow from this month and, subject to drivers completing their training, will be increased to an hourly service from December.
The number of express services between Glasgow and Gorok operating at peak periods will be removed from the timetable.
David Simpson, Director of Delivery Services, ScottRail, said: “Our new schedule is another step forward for Scotland Rail, as we continue to recover from the impact of the pandemic.
The way people travel has changed dramatically in the past couple of years, and we do our best to provide them with the best possible service.
“Increasing the frequency of trains between Edinburgh and Glasgow is a major milestone on the road to recovery and we have fundamentally introduced brand new timetables between Ayrshire and Glasgow, Inverclyde and Glasgow.
“There is a lot of investment in Scotland’s railways, as decarbonization and improvements continue across the network, and this new timetable is an important part of that.”
Further schedule changes are set for busy roads across the country.
ScotRail said there are also plans to run more daytime and evening services next year, to “catering to the leisure travel needs to the seaside and Glasgow hospitality sector”.
For more information visit the ScotRail website here.