All trains across the north and north-east have been cancelled for the second Sunday in a row.
Strike action by the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) has meant that 510 services have been axed (47% of them).
No Scotrail trains will run in the Highlands, Aberdeen or Aberdeenshire, with Glasgow the only city to be served.
Conductors are striking across the country due to a long-running dispute about being paid less than drivers when working on days off.
Trains in Glasgow are staffed by ticket examiners which is why they will still run.
This disruption is due to continue every Sunday until May 2.
Trains cannot operate without conductors, who control the doors, and Scotrail has been unable to train managers to stand in due to Covid restrictions.
More disruption could be caused next week if ticket examiners vote to take industrial action as well.
No trains will run on Sunday on these routes:
- Aberdeen – Glasgow/Edinburgh
- Aberdeen – Inverurie/Inverness
- Aberdeen – Perth/Dundee
- Edinburgh – Inverness/Aberdeen
- Edinburgh – Inverkeithing/Glenrothes/Kirkcaldy/Perth/Dundee
- Edinburgh – Stirling/Dunblane
- Edinburgh – Tweedbank
- Edinburgh – North Berwick
- Edinburgh – Glasgow Central via Shotts
- Glasgow – Edinburgh via Falkirk High
- Glasgow – Anniesland
- Glasgow – Stirling/Alloa/Dunblane/Perth/Dundee
- Glasgow – Inverness/Aberdeen
- Glasgow – Cumbernauld
- Glasgow – Alloa
- Glasgow – Barrhead/Kilmarnock/Dumfries/Carlisle
- Glasgow – Stranraer
- Glasgow – Crainlarich/Oban/Fort William/Mallaig
- Inverness – Aberdeen/Edinburgh/Glasgow
- Inverness – Kyle of Lochalsh/Wick
Scotrail have said that anyone who had already bought a ticket could travel on Saturday or Monday instead, or request a refund.
Commuters should only be travelling on the train if they are making essential trips or travelling within their own local authority areas.
This is due to the Scottish Government’s ongoing guidance against making long journeys to stop Covid from spreading about the country.
Train services are already operating at a reduced capacity due to this, with fewer journeys and fewer carriages being used.