Rail passengers are facing yet another morning of disruption after a signalling fault forced the cancellation of a number of east coast services.
A train guard was assaulted on board a train at Inverkeithing after a group of passengers threw a container of alcohol at him.
Train journeys have been affected after an HGV collided with a bridge in Fife on Tuesday morning.
ScotRail has been urged to ensure passengers from Laurencekirk are not “cut off” from the main Aberdeen to Glasgow 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.
Services through Perth and Dundee were cancelled and revised after a fault forced the closure of a railway line on Thursday morning.
Scottish Transport Minister Michael Matheson has been urged to use his powers to cut rail prices for fed-up commuters packed into carriages "like cattle".
‘I thought I’d seen it all’ – Hundreds caught up in commuter chaos after rush-hour train breaks down in Angus
Rush-hour travel chaos reigned across Tayside and Fife when a cross-country train broke down in Angus.
Services between Angus and Dundee have been cancelled due to a broken down train.
Fed up Fifers have demanded far better train services during a lively public meeting attended by ScotRail Alliance managing director Alex Hynes.