A FAULT with the signalling system between Bellgrove and High Street train stations is causing travel misery for commuters this morning.

Disruption is expected to last until around 9.30am.

Train services between Edinburgh and Helensburgh Central via Airdrie are returning to normal, but some services may still be delayed or revised.

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The following alternative train routes have been out into place:

  • Queen Street high level/Edinburgh via Falkirk High
  • Queen Street high level/Edinburgh via Springburn/Cumbernauld and Falkirk Grahamston
  • Glasgow Central/Edinburgh via Shotts

Services via Glasgow Central low level are running as scheduled but may be subject to some delays.

ScotRail has arranged ticket acceptance with Glasgow Subway between Partick and Glasgow Buchanan Street/St Enoch.

To help commuters complete their journey, travelers can also use their ScotRail ticket or Smartcard on the following local buses, at no extra cost.

Glasgow City buses between Milngavie and Glasgow on the number 15 bus service, which runs from Milngavie to Glasgow Queen Street/Hope Street as follows:

  • Milngavie; train station
  • Bearsden; Roman Rd
  • Anniesland; Anniesland Cross
  • Hyndland; Hyndland Tennis Club, Hyndland Rd
  • Charing Cross
  • Glasgow Queen St/Hope St

First Bus between Glasgow and Airdrie on the following bus numbers; 2, 38, 41, 43, 46, 60/A, 61, 90, 201 at the following locations; Glasgow, High Street, Bellgrove, Carntyne, Shettleston, Garrowhill, Easterhouse, Blairhill, Coatbridge Sunnyside, Coatdyke, Airdrie