Glasgow train services face disruption as journeys suspended

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Glasgow Central train services face disruption as journeys suspended due to fault ScotRail

Glasgow train services are facing cancellations and delays after a key route was hit with a ‘fault’ with some journeys suspended.

Busy journeys travelling in to Glasgow Central low level are subject to delays, alterations and cancellations after Network Rail identified a ‘signalling fault’ on the line at Argyle Street.

The issue was identified at around 7.40am on Friday, January 19 with the operator expecting disruption for commuters until around 10am.

Services from Rutherglen in to Glasgow Central are affected and journeys on the Dalmuir to Larkhall line have been suspended.

ScotRail say the Cumbernauld, Whifflet and Motherwell routes will be cancelled, delayed or revised with commuters potentially facing delays of up to 30 minutes.

A Network Rail statement said: “We have received reports that there’s a fault with the signalling system between Rutherglen and Finnieston.

“This affects trains that run via Glasgow Central low level.

“Engineers have been dispatched and will be on site shortly.”

ScotRail added on X: “Network Rail is currently investigating a signalling fault that’s affecting services running through Glasgow Central Low Level.

“Services may be cancelled, delayed or revised.”

Ticket acceptance on bus journeys is in place while services are affected.

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