Meeting over Glasgow train violence concerns [BBC News]

Date: 15/08/2017

Train drivers are to meet with police, council staff and transport agencies to discuss concerns about anti-social behaviour on some Glasgow services. The multi-agency meeting was arranged after ASLEF union said more needed to be done to protect passengers and staff on services to Helensburgh and Balloch. The union said its members would refuse to work on the line unless something was done to protect staff. British Transport Police said it had stepped up patrols along the route.

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Meeting over train violence concerns
Balloch Station

BBC News

The multi-agency meeting is to discuss reports of anti-social behaviour on city services to Helensburgh and Balloch.