Travellers face Easter weekend railway misery
THOUSANDS of passengers travelling to Glasgow over the Easter weekend are set to be hit with delays, diversions and replacement buses as part of improvement works.
Network Rail will be carrying out a £4million upgrade to a key junction on the south side of the city.
As a result, many rail services travelling to Glasgow Central from England will be affected, with diversions via Motherwell and Edinburgh possible.
The upgrade is part of £18m-worth of improvements being delivered across Scotland’s railway this Easter by more than 1,500 engineers.
Engineers will begin work at the end of service tomorrow, with Glasgow Central Low Level services operating to a revised timetable over the whole weekend.
A number of other ScotRail routes are set to be hit as a result.