Rail campaigners believe the proposed train factory at Longannet should fast-track the electrification of the Fife rail network.
Spanish train manufacturer Talgo has sealed its intention to create a £40 million factory in Fife, which could bring more than 1,000 jobs to the region.
The case for reopening the Dunfermline to Alloa railway is “stronger than ever” despite a funding setback, it has been claimed.
Sources close to the train building company behind plans to bring more than 1,000 jobs to Fife say the project could still happen if the controversial HS2 scheme is scrapped.
Talgo’s bid to bring major train manufacturing to Longannet is on track.
Coal dust and dark smoke was visible for miles after a blaze broke out at Longannet power station.
A blaze has broken out at Longannet power station as demolition work continues.
Plans are in the pipeline to improve transport links in and around Kincardine in the wake of the closure of Longannet power station.
Two people have been taken to hospital following a road accident on the A985 near Kincardine.
The president of Spanish high-speed train manufacturers Talgo has maintained Brexit of any kind will not affect the company’s plans to set up a new factory in Fife.