Train passengers are expecting delays today due to a train fault in Pitlochry.
ScotRail has reduced the amount of time required to arrange assisted travel for disabled passengers.
A Moray offshore worker who kicked a police officer in the face after drunkenly causing trouble on a train has been ordered to carry out 50 hours of unpaid work.
Aberdeen is home to the most crime-ridden train station in the north of Scotland, according to shocking new figures.
ScotRail's boss has said he is "very sorry" for the delays and disruption faced by north-east rail passengers over the past six months.
Rail workers will be carrying out upgrades around the clock on the stretch of track between Kintore and Inverurie this weekend.
Rail passengers travelling to and from the north-east this weekend have been warned to arrange their travel in advance.
ScotRail has announced it will add extra carriages to hundreds of trains this weekend as it prepares for a big weekend of sport.
A petition to improve train services in an Aberdeenshire community has attracted more than 600 signatures from residents who feel the situation has gone off the rails.
Train services south of Aberdeen are facing delays after a fault with a signalling system was discovered at Stonehaven. Scotrail said services between Aberdeen and Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Glasgow Queen Street and Aberdeen and Montrose will be delayed or revised. More to follow.
A fault with a signalling system is causing disruption for train passengers in the north.
Investment in the running of Scotland’s railway will increase by 21% over the next five years, but passengers have been warned to expect further delays.
Trains will stop running between Inverness and Perth this weekend for major works.
Rail bosses have been urged to ensure north-east towns are not “cut off” from vital rail services amidst for commuters and visitors.
A multi-million-pound project to upgrade the train lines north of Aberdeen will be finished by the end of summer.
The first steam train for more than two decades will arrive in Aberdeen this week.
Rail bosses are being urged to ensure passengers are not "cut off" from accessing a vital train service.
Passengers have been warned to expect “teething problems” when train timetable changes adding more than 1,000 extra services to tackle overcrowding come into force on May 19.
The number of people choosing the train for journeys between Scotland and England rose to 9.6 million last year, according to new figures.
Train bosses' plans to upgrade a busy north-east station have been dealt a major blow after planners rejected their proposals.
Rail passengers face “another difficult year” amid more timetable changes and an increase in engineering work, a Commons report warns.
Rail franchising “cannot continue” in its current form, according to the head of a review into Britain’s railway.
Work could soon be underway to upgrade railway bridges as part of a multi-million-pound scheme to cut journey times between the north-east and Highlands.
Glenfinnan has become one of Highlands’ most visited spots, thanks to its Hollywood A list attractions, the railway viaduct, The Jacobite steam train and associations with the Harry Potter movies.
Stagecoach will continue to run East Midlands Trains for at least another five months, after it secured a short-term extension from the Government.
A rail operator is rolling out new technology to send instant messages to customers whose trains are delayed.
Passenger satisfaction with ScotRail has fallen to its lowest level in 15 years, according to a national survey.
A number of train services have been cancelled in the north-east today, with some delays still expected later.
North-east rail commuters have faced delays this morning because of a signalling fault.
One in four commuters on ScotRail services find travelling “frequently stressful”, according to consumer body Which?
ScotRail's under-fire boss has vowed to visit Aberdeen to address a rising tide of complaints, following another day of chaos for customers in the north-east.
Hard-pressed commuters at train stations across the north and north-east will no longer have to spend a penny to go to the loo - after it was announced that toilet charges would be phased out.