According to National Rail. Services may be cancelled or postponed by up to 30 minutes or more. Because there is an issue with the signalling system at Dalmuir station, causing disruptions to train travel via the station. Travellers must verify the details of their trip before leaving and add extra time if necessary.
According to National Rail, the fault affects Avanti West Coast, CrossCountry, London Northwestern Railway, and TransPennine Express services. There can be delays on some busier routes, including those between Glasgow and Edinburgh, Glasgow and Paisley Gilmour Street, and Helensburgh and Balloch.
Commuters have expressed frustration about the issue on social media, with some taking to the platform to vent their frustration. “Ridiculous that the signalling system has failed again. This is a daily event, and it’s not good enough,” tweeted one passenger.
Others have reported being stranded on trains for extended periods due to the delays. “Stuck on a train for over an hour now because of the signalling issues at Dalmuir. Not acceptable,” wrote another passenger on Twitter.
National Rail says, “Passengers should check their journey before travelling and consider extra time if necessary.” Engineers are working to resolve the issue as quickly as possible.
On Monday, a defect with the signalling system at Singer resulted in delays and cancellations for commuters. The fault comes just days after a similar issue caused widespread disruption to train services in the same area.
“We are sorry for any problems this may have caused, and we appreciate your understanding as we work to fix the issue,” said a spokesperson for National Rail.