Newton trainwill beextra busy
Trains between Newton and Glasgow Central are expected to be extremely busy on Saturday when Scotland face England at Hampden.
ScotRail is warning passengers that queuing systems will be in place at Central for the Newton line, which also includes the stations at King’s Park, Croftfoot, Burnside and Kirkhill.
Extra carriages and services will be provided while British Transport Police will have extra officers on duty.
Scotland fans will be directed to Mount Florida station before and after the game, while England supporters must use King’s Park.
An alcohol ban will be in place and officers will be patrolling the network before and after the game to reassure the travelling public and to deter anti-social and criminal behaviour.
Jacqueline Taggart, the ScotRail Alliance’s customer experience director, said: “We want everyone to have great time at the match, but more importantly, to stay safe. With this in mind, police and extra staff will be on hand to assist at key locations across our network. Please help them to help you by following their instructions.
“To help reduce your need to queue, please buy your tickets through to Mount Florida or King’s Park in advance – not on the day.”