A “track defect” is causing delays to trains to and from Perth.
The issue is affecting the line near Blackford, between the stations in the Fair City and Dunblane, with services through both stop-offs affected.
ScotRail says the issues are due to a defect on the track, which has prompted a safety inspection.
Trains are running at a reduced speed through the area.
Disruption is expected until 6pm.
⚠ NEW: We’ve been advised by @NetworkrailSCOT of a possible track defect between #Dunblane and Perth. Staff are on site right now and we’ll share more information just as soon as we have it. ^PD pic.twitter.com/YEaAiwTvZy
— ScotRail (@ScotRail) February 14, 2019
ScotRail stated: “Due to a safety inspection of the track between Dunblane and Perth trains have to run at reduced speed.
“Train services running through these stations will be delayed. Disruption is expected until 6pm on 14/02.
“We have reports of a possible track defect in the Blackford area which our staff are onsite inspecting, as soon as we have an update we will let you know.”