New footage shows engineers onsite today after the side wall of a bridge near Stonehaven gave way – close to the scene of the crash at Carmont last August.
ScotRail is to reduce the number of carriages on some of its services due to the latest lockdown restrictions as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
A number of train journeys have been cancelled after severe weather damaged an embankment between Laurencekirk and Stonehaven.
Motorists are facing difficult driving conditions with heavy snow falling in some parts of the country.
ScotRail is “actively considering” a reduction in services due to Scotland’s new lockdown, MSPs have been told.
The Scottish Greens have proposed a £22 billion rail plan which includes nationalising services and creating a tunnel under the Firth of Forth.
Temperatures overnight have dropped to as low as -13c as many across the north and north-east have woken to wintry conditions.
ScotRail paid out more than £1.1 million in a passenger compensation scheme for delayed services over a year, figures show.
Scotrail is extending a deadline for students who used a discount travel scheme to make their return to the north-east.
Scottish travel firms have pledged to honour refunds following an announcement from the Scottish Government.
Soil, dirt, earth, turf; whatever you call it, the ground beneath our feet isn’t particularly interesting to the average person. Until it is piled up in front of a train travelling at speed, that is.
UK Government Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has vowed to meet loved ones of those killed in the Stonehaven derailment– and ensure no other family has to suffer the way they have.
‘Our lives will never be the same again’: Family of Stonehaven train driver Brett speak for first time about devastating loss
Loved ones have paid tribute to the train driver killed in the Stonehaven rail crash – and have vowed to fight on for answers.
The 06:54 from Stonehaven: Analysis, investigation and how a community pulled together in the face of tragedy
Wednesday, August 12, 2020, is a date that will forever stay in the hearts and minds of north-east residents.
The events of August 12, 2020 will stay in our hearts and minds forever – but what actually happened that day? Here, we look at the sequence of events on the morning of the Stonehaven rail crash, considering which trains ran, which trains didn’t and how weather played a part in the day’s events.
A coalition of organisations and MSPs have written to Nicola Sturgeon calling for the Scottish Government to take rail services into public ownership.
I expect any day now to see a coronavirus graph showing that the fewer days to Christmas, the higher the level of public recklessness.
Slow progress on making Scotland’s train stations step-free means disabled passengers will have to wait decades for an accessible rail network, a charity says.
The train line between Aberdeen and Dundee is blocked after a person was struck by a train in the Broughty Ferry area.
The majority of rail services in the north-east will continue to operate over the festive period after passenger numbers grew.
Heavy rain causes more rail disruption as trains from Aberdeen to central belt are delayed or cancelled
Trains from Aberdeen to Glasgow, Edinburgh and Montrose will be disrupted this afternoon due to heavy rain.
Part of the train line between Aberdeen and Inverness has been affected by flooding, meaning services will only run part of the way.
A signalling fault is causing disruption to train services between Aberdeen and Inverness.
Train services between Aberdeen and Inverness are disrupted today due to a landslip near Huntly.
Motorists are facing difficult driving conditions in parts of the country as snow causes travel disruption, while there were also reports of “thundersnow” in some areas.
New data has shown the numbers of passengers using rail services dropped at most north-east stations compared with last year.
Heavy rain accompanied with rail safety checks have resulted in a number of train delays and cancellations this morning for rail passengers in the north-east.
Commuters are facing delays this morning due to a signalling fault in Dundee.
The consumption of alcohol on trains and in stations will be banned from Monday, ScotRail has said.
Stonehaven rail crash: A ‘true testament to the solidarity of railway workers’ as appeal fund for families raises more than £142,000
A fund set up to support the families of the men who died in the Stonehaven rail crash has raised more than £142,000.