Another day of strike action across ScotRail services has been announced.
On Friday, the Scottish branch of the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) trade union announced further strike action to take place on October 29.
Workers are set to walk out after union representatives and rail bosses failed to reach an agreement on a new pay deal for workers.
Members previously staged strike action on Monday, October 10, as part of the ongoing dispute over pay and conditions.
In a statement, the union said: “RMT have called a second day of strike action at ScotRail on Saturday October 29 after railway bosses failed to make an acceptable pay offer
“We have issued a circular with further information by email and text to all ScotRail members.
“Now is the time to stand together and win a pay offer that addresses the rising cost of living.
“Let’s fight back for pay justice!”
Phil Campbell, Scotland head of customer operations at ScotRail said: “On Friday, we received formal notification from the RMT trade union that its general grades members at ScotRail will take part in 24-hour strike action on Saturday, October 29.
“We are now assessing the impact this will have on our services and working on contingency arrangements. We will update customers as soon as this is complete.”