The first of several new trains taken out of service over a technical fault is back in operation after the problem was resolved, ScotRail has announced. It was one of three Hitachi class 385 electric trains taken off commuter routes after a brake control system issue was detected earlier this month. The seven-carriage train began operating again between Edinburgh and Glasgow via Falkirk High on Saturday. The remaining two trains are expected to return to service next week. The fault, which 'led to a small loss of signalling across the brake network cables' was identified on 4 October.
ScotRail says the first of three trains taken out of service over a technical fault is back in operation.