Revellers heading from the North-east to a major music festival this weekend are being advised to make their travel plans now.
Music lovers planning to visit TRNSMT at Glasgow Green to see the likes of Radiohead, Kasabian and Biffy Clyro are being warned that ScotRail services will be busier than normal all weekend. People are being encouraged to travel earlier in the day if possible for the festival which runs from Friday until Sunday.
The ScotRail Alliance will be adding extra carriages on key routes to and from Glasgow wherever possible on Saturday and Sunday.
There will also be extra carriages on late evening services on Friday. The last trains on many routes will depart before, or very shortly after, the event ends each night.
Fans are urged to double-check the times of their last trains, and make alternative arrangements to get home if they plan on staying later.
With huge numbers expected to attend, queuing systems will be in place at key stations and extra staff will be on hand to help things go smoothly.
Communications director Rob Shorthouse said: “The new festival is an exciting event, and we will be doing everything we can to help make it a success.”