ScotRail has reduced the amount of time required to arrange assisted travel for disabled passengers.
A new fleet of Caledonian Sleeper trains, with double beds and en-suite bathrooms, have been unveiled and transported passengers for the first time.
Thousands more rail passengers in Britain will soon be able to switch to cashless travel as new technology is rolled out, an industry body has announced.
Investment in the running of Scotland’s railway will increase by 21% over the next five years, but passengers have been warned to expect further delays.
Overrunning engineering work at the UK’s busiest railway station has caused major rush hour disruption.
Passengers have been warned to expect “teething problems” when train timetable changes adding more than 1,000 extra services to tackle overcrowding come into force on May 19.
Rail passengers face “another difficult year” amid more timetable changes and an increase in engineering work, a Commons report warns.
Rail franchising “cannot continue” in its current form, according to the head of a review into Britain’s railway.
The stations skipped most frequently by ScotRail trains over the last year have been revealed.
Rail passengers were unable to collect pre-paid tickets from machines at stations across the country on Tuesday morning due to a fault.
Major changes to the ticketing system for train travel in Britain have been proposed to end the need for split ticketing.
Football fans will not have to pay more for train tickets when a match is rescheduled for television, it has been proposed.
Stagecoach will continue to run East Midlands Trains for at least another five months, after it secured a short-term extension from the Government.
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson hit back at Tory and Labour claims that the Scottish Government has “betrayed” people in Glasgow after plans for a rail link to the city’s airport were ditched for a second time.
Plans have been unveiled to build a new sea wall to protect an iconic coastal railway connecting Devon and Cornwall with the rest of the UK.
Passenger satisfaction with rail services has fallen to a 10-year low after the industry was plagued by a series of issues.
Almost half (48%) of people who travel to work by train are frequently stressed by their journeys, a new survey suggests.
Transport giant Stagecoach has revealed talks to sell its US business after an £85.4 million writedown in the division sent the group tumbling to a loss.
Train customers were left stranded after a derailed train caused major disruption which is expected to cause a third day of travel headaches.
Train services into and out of Dundee will be affected by industrial action to be taken in a dispute over workplace equality.