Due to weekend football games
Rail passengers travelling home from Glasgow to some stations in Rutherglen and Cambuslang are being warned trains could be extremely busy this weekend.
Both Scottish Cup semi-finals will take place at Hampden on Saturday, April 22 and Sunday, April 23.
On the Saturday, Aberdeen face Hibernian which kicks off at 12.15pm, while the Old Firm will face off at noon on the Sunday.
Longer trains and extra services will be provided for customers on the Newton line, which includes King’s Park, Croftfoot, Burnside, Kirkhill and Newton, on both days.
A ScotRail Alliance spokesman said:“It’s going to be a big few days, with lots of fans heading to the west for a great weekend of sport. We can’t make every train longer but we will definitely be using every train we can.
“Customers are advised to get to the station early and allow extra time for travel. Queuing systems will be in place at busy locations, so please buy your ticket in advance and follow the instructions of staff. The last trains of the night will be very busy, so please aim for an earlier service to avoid disappointment.”
An alcohol ban will be in place both days while a queuing system for passengers will be in place at Glasgow Central on the Sunday.