A train fault is causing major rush hour delays across Scotland this morning.
The signalling problem at Glasgow Queen Street has led to the cancellation of some services.
Services between Queen Street and Anniesland and Queen Street and Stirling/Dunblane have been suspended but services to Aberdeen and Inverness are still running.
Scotrail said replacement buses had been put in place of any cancelled service.
The disruption is expected to last until 10.30am.
Our #GlasgowQueenStreet – Anniesland and Stirling/Dunblane services have been suspended. If you’re travelling between Dunblane/Stirling – Queen Street, our Inverness/Aberdeen and Dundee services are available for you to use. ^CT
— ScotRail (@ScotRail) February 20, 2018