Train services have been restored this afternoon after a broken down train caused disruption for north-east commuters.
Trains in the north-east have ground to a halt after a fault.
ScotRail said services running between Aberdeen and Edinburgh are returning to normal but services may still be delayed.
Rail customers should expect delays to services after a fault at an north-east station.
Aberdeen to Inverness rail services are currently disrupted following an obstruction on the track.
Residents have been warned they could face up to eight weeks of disruption to their water supply as a result of the Aberdeen bypass.
Drivers are experiencing delays on an Aberdeen road due to a crash between a van and a bus.
Train services from Glasgow to Aberdeen are being disrupted this morning.
NORTH-EAST train services were disrupted for several hours last night after a train crashed into a hay bale near Stonehaven.