SCOTRAIL has revealed plans to improve their service - with new signs at stations across Glasgow. 

Customer information screens will be improved at Crosshill, Queen's Park, Muirend, Garrowhil, Patterton, and Shettleston by the end of March 2020, according to the rail firm.

Facilities at Alexandria, Balloch, Burnside, Bishopton, Clydebank, Newton, Williamwood, and Whitecraigs stations will also see improvements. 

The Scottish Government ordered ScotRail to spell out how it would improve from chaos in recent months on the network.

A total of 16 stations will get 61 screens to ensure all stations have the "required functionality to display future system enhancements".

The displays are part of £18million in investment to increase frontline staff and improve fleet reliability.

A specially-created role within the ScotRail operations team was also announced to ensure delivery of a new three-year traincrew resource plan.

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The rail operator has been issued with two remedial notices since December following a number of cancellations and delays.

On Thursday, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said that the rail operator was in the "last-chance saloon" and described recent performance levels as being "completely unacceptable".

A remedial notice requires ScotRail to submit a plan within 12 weeks on how it will address performance issues raised.

On Friday, Transport Scotland stated that it had entered into the remedial agreement with ScotRail on acceptance of the proposals to improve performance.

Transport Secretary Michael Matheson said: "I have instructed my officials to ensure robust measures are put in place to monitor progress very closely and I expect to see a continued upward trend of performance improvement. I will give an update on this at the Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee next week.

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"I have also been clear that franchising in its current format doesn't work and that is why I continue to push Scotland's interests, including further devolution of rail powers, to the UK-wide Williams review.

"Rail must deliver a system of greater reliability for users - customers, businesses and stakeholders deserve this much."

ScotRail Alliance managing director Alex Hynes said: "Improving the service our customers receive is the priority for everyone at ScotRail, working with Network Rail and key suppliers. I am confident that this plan will deliver significant improvements on Scotland's Railway.

"We have worked hard to identify specific areas to focus our efforts where they will have the most impact. The funds we have invested in this plan is a demonstration of our commitment to delivering the service our customers expect and deserve."

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