Passengers on Scotland's busiest rail route are facing further rush-hour overcrowding as ScotRail cuts the number of carriages from some trains. Trains on the main Edinburgh-Glasgow line, via Falkirk High, will be affected by the shortage of carriages. It has been caused by some class 170 diesel trains reaching the end of their lease period while the new electric trains have been hit by delays. ScotRail apologised for 'any inconvenience' to customers.
Shortage of carriages as old diesel trains reach the end of their lease period and electrics trains are delayed.