Public ownership for Scotland’s Railway begins

ScotRail trains at Edinburgh railway station, source: Wikipedia
ScotRail trains at Edinburgh railway station 2018, Geof Sheppard / Wikimedia Commons

1 April 2022 marks the day that the Scottish Government has taken full public ownership of the network in the north of the UK. A new public agency is responsible for all passenger operations that begin and terminate within Scotland. 

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Public ownership for Scotland’s Railway begins

ScotRail trains at Edinburgh railway station, source: Wikipedia
ScotRail trains at Edinburgh railway station 2018, Geof Sheppard / Wikimedia Commons

1 April 2022 marks the day that the Scottish Government has taken full public ownership of the network in the north of the UK. A new public agency is responsible for all passenger operations that begin and terminate within Scotland. 

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Author: Simon Walton

Simon Walton is UK correspondent for RailTech.com and Railfreight.com

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