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Scottish Ministers have today given formal approval to an application by Network Rail to undertake major redevelopment works at Glasgow Queen Street Station. The Transport and Works Scotland (TAWS) Order triggers the latest phase of this ambitious improvement programme which, on completion, will giv

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Two local authorities have agreed to support Scottish Government proposals to deliver the reopening of rail stations at East Linton and Reston. Both Scottish Borders and East Lothian councils have written to transport minister Humza Yousaf to confirm their support for an option which would see the s

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wHaG_BCFELE Glasgow City Council’s executive committee has today approved funding support of up to £10 million for the early delivery of a new rail station for Robroyston, paving the way for the delivery of almost 1,600 homes.

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Fife Council and local businesses have called on Network Rail to discuss the future of a proposed visitor centre and bridge walk at the Forth Bridge which has been delayed due to funding issues. First unveiled in 2014, the £15 million Forth Bridge Visitor Experience would have seen a North Queensfe

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Plans to build a visitor centre and bridge walk at the Forth Bridge are on hold after Network Rail admitted “non-core railway opportunities” are now less of a priority. First unveiled in 2014, the £15 million proposal would have seen a North Queensferry based visitor centre and lift and a South

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Proposed plans for the Station Gateway approach The planning, design and development principles behind a project designed to revitalise public transport and pedestrian links in Aberdeen have been given the go-ahead by councillors.

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Work on Edinburgh’s newest railway station is progressing well with the interchange on schedule to open by the end of the year, Network Rail has said. Scottish Government transport minister Derek Mackay joined Network Rail managing director for Scotland Phil Verster at the new Edinburgh Gateway st

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ISG has added a further £6 million of projects to its recent tally of Scottish wins, which last month included £11m of secured work in Edinburgh. The latest two schemes in St Andrews and Glasgow include the creation of a new hotel and retail outlet and an office refurbishment for Network Rail.

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Network Rail has awarded alliancing contracts to Costain and Morgan Sindall to deliver the core physical works on the Edinburgh-Glasgow Improvement Programme (EGIP). The £250 million deal will see Network Rail and its contractors electrify the main line between Scotland’s two biggest cities, comp

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Network Rail has unveiled updated designs for how Glasgow Queen Street station will look as it enters the second phase of public consultation on the proposed £104m transformation. The company said the new designs reflect changes made to the plans following the first round of consultation with passe

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