A level crossing fault is causing disruption for north and north-east train passengers.
ScotRail said the issue has been discovered between Inverurie and Dyce.
Network Rail are on route to fix the problem. Meanwhile, services between Aberdeen and Inverness will be delayed.
NEW: We have been advised of a level crossing fault between Inverurie & Dyce which is causing delays to our services. @NetworkRailSCOT are on route to fix the fault & we will update you once we have more info.
Services between Aberdeen & Inverness will be delayed or revised. pic.twitter.com/i1mA4bToYc
— ScotRail (@ScotRail) January 21, 2020
A statement on the company’s website reads: “Due to a fault with barriers at a level crossing between Inverurie and Dyce trains have to run at reduced speed. Disruption is expected until 1.30pm.”
More to follow.