Services on major Glasgow train line reduced due to signalling fault

ScotRail has been forced to cut back train services on a major Glasgow line this morning (Tuesday) because of a signalling fault.

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Due to a fault with the signalling system at Corkerhill, fewer trains are able to run.

Services between Glasgow Central and Paisley Canal have now been reduced to an hourly service.

However, the train service provider said that a ticket acceptance scheme is in place with McGills.

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