Rail passengers are braced for the first national timetable change since the chaotic introduction of new schedules in May.
Transport giant Stagecoach has revealed talks to sell its US business after an £85.4 million writedown in the division sent the group tumbling to a loss.
Some rail passengers around Scotland have been experiencing disruption as a result of train crew shortages.
Rail passengers in Scotland are “treated as an afterthought”, it has been claimed, as ticket prices are set to rise by an average of 2.8% next year.
A railcard for people aged between 26 and 30 will go on general sale on January 2.
Hundreds of flights serving London airports were cancelled or delayed amid thick fog.
The biggest rail workers’ union will stage a protest on Monday to mark the 25th anniversary of rail privatisation, saying it has brought years of “exploitation”.
Virgin Trains has permanently scrapped its Friday afternoon peak restrictions from London Euston to ease overcrowding and enable weekend getaways to start earlier.
Failure to meet a series of targets has resulted in ScotRail being fined more than £2.2 million in the first half of the year.
Railway “blackspots” have been identified where services frequently fail to run on time.
ScotRail has taken its newest trains out of service following the discovery of a technical fault.
A decline in demand for rail travel has been reversed despite a fall in season ticket usage, figures show.
Residents have been warned a good night’s sleep may not be on the cards as potentially noisy railway works get under way.
A scheme to compensate rail passengers for disruption following the May timetable change in northern England has been extended to include regular travellers who did not hold season tickets.
Reliability on ScotRail trains over April to June was the worst it had been for over two decades, new figures showed, with problems linked to the weather having soared by almost 350%.
Workers at two rail companies are to stage fresh strikes in the long-running dispute over the role of guards on trains.
Workers on South Western Railway are to stage a fresh strike in the long running dispute over the role of guards on trains.
Chris Grayling claims it is “not straightforward” to overrule rail industry leaders, after an investigation into the May timetable disruption found “nobody took charge”.
The “most significant” review of Britain’s railways since privatisation has been launched. Here is all you need to know about the timetable fiasco and what the sweeping review will cover:
A major review of Britain’s railways has been launched as an investigation into what caused the May timetable disruption found “nobody took charge”.
Punctuality on Britain’s railways has reached a 12-year low amid chaos caused by severe weather and new timetables, figures show.
Season tickets from Inverurie to Aberdeen will cost £46 more, while tickets from Stonehaven will rise by £43
Rail passengers travelling to and from Aberdeen faced disruption following a lightning strike in the north of England.
Rail fares could plummet if train operators switch to green fuel, a senior Aberdeen councillor said today.
The rail industry has “failed the passengers it serves” following the implementation of a new timetable, the Transport Secretary said.
A construction company that has been appointed the contractor for a major north-east rail project has visited a primary school in an area impacted by the works.
Residents today hit out at railway works which they say are causing chaos in their community.
Rail improvement works are set to take place on a section of track later this month.
Bosses of a £55 billion rail project have apologised after a blunder meant residents in Aberdeen were warned to expect noisy work – taking place 500 miles away.
Buses will replace trains between two Aberdeen stations next month as work begins on a multi-million-pound upgrade.