Results 1–20 of 1017 for scotrail

East Coast Main Line Investment — [Albert Owen in the Chair] (17 Oct 2018)

Alan Brown: ...North clearly highlighted some of the issues affecting the east coast main line. As to punctuality, I noted the figure of 80%, against an 86% average in England and Wales. It is worth mentioning that the ScotRail franchise in Scotland operates at nearly 90% punctuality, and even that gets quite a bit of criticism, which shows what the level of performance on the east coast main line really...

Scottish Parliament: Railway Stations (Accessibility) (4 Oct 2018)

Michael Matheson: ...are wheelchair accessible, which is 45 more than in 2007. Of the 105 remaining, 75 provide no access to either platform, and 30 of them provide access to one platform. For inaccessible stations, ScotRail provides appropriate alternative transport for disabled passengers, at no extra charge, between the inaccessible station and the nearest or most convenient accessible one for their...

Scottish Parliament: Scottish League Cup Semi-finals (2 Oct 2018)

Mike Rumbles: To ask the Scottish Government what discussions it has had with ScotRail and Police Scotland regarding arrangements for the league cup semi-finals. (S5T-01252)

ScotRail (Performance) (27 Sep 2018)

ScotRail (Performance)

ScotRail Reliability (25 Sep 2018)

ScotRail Reliability

Scottish Parliament: East Kilbride to Glasgow Rail Line (19 Sep 2018)

Linda Fabiani: 5. To ask the Scottish Government what discussions it has had with Transport Scotland, Network Rail and ScotRail regarding the East Kilbride to Glasgow rail line. (S5O-02363)

Scottish Parliament: Suicide Prevention (12 Sep 2018)

Clare Haughey: ...learning from each suicide and improving support for those bereaved. Earlier this week, I took part in a conversation cafe, which is an initiative by the Railway Mission in partnership with ScotRail, Network Rail, British Transport Police, the breathing space service and Samaritans. The conversation café is an informal means by which staff of those organisations can engage with...

Scottish Parliament: Overcrowding on Trains (Edinburgh to Dunblane) (6 Sep 2018)

Michael Matheson: ...year. To support that major infrastructure investment, around £370 million of Scottish Government funding is being provided to deliver a fleet of 70 new Hitachi class 385 trains, which Abellio ScotRail will lease during this franchise term. The plan is for ScotRail to introduce greater capacity on services from Dunblane to Edinburgh and Glasgow from December 2018, with further...

Scottish Parliament: Ayr Railway Station (Exclusion Zone) (4 Sep 2018)

Emma Harper: 2. To ask the Scottish Government what discussions it has had with ScotRail and South Ayrshire Council regarding the implemented exclusion zone around Ayr railway station, which is causing disruption for many passengers, including those travelling south of Ayr to Girvan and Stranraer. (S5T-01190)

Scottish Parliament: Programme for Government 2018-19 (4 Sep 2018)

Nicola Sturgeon: ...come to fruition. By the end of next year, there will be a 20 per cent increase in seating capacity and 200 new services will operate in eastern and central Scotland. We will take forward plans to enable a public sector bid for the next ScotRail franchise. Having doubled our investment in active travel last year, I can confirm that we will continue that level of investment in the year...

Scottish Parliament: Programme for Government 2018-19 (4 Sep 2018)

Colin Smyth: Whenever I challenge the Scottish Government—including Mr Yousaf—to back public ownership of our railways, it refuses to back that plan. It says that it supports a public-sector bid for the ScotRail franchise and the First Minister repeated that pledge today in her statement. That would not be full public ownership, but it would be a start. Why do the First Minister and the...

Increasing Choice for Rail Passengers (11 Jul 2018)

Bill Grant: ...time-limited monopolies granted by the Government. It is easy to see how this system limits competition, especially in Scotland, where the overwhelming majority of services are provided by one operator, Abellio ScotRail, which has a Dutch parent company. Abellio took over the ScotRail franchise in 2015, but questions already have to be asked about its performance. We could in parallel ask...

ScotRail (Punctuality Targets) (26 Jun 2018)

ScotRail (Punctuality Targets)

Scottish Parliament: Motor Neurone Disease Awareness Week (21 Jun 2018)

Linda Fabiani: ...part of the awareness week, including a fundraising memorial dinner on 21 June for the campaigner, the late Gordon Aikman; congratulates MND Scotland on its first anniversary with its corporate partner the ScotRail Alliance, which has raised at least £71,000 through staff fundraising, customer collections and gifts in kind, and wishes the charity all the best in supporting, caring for...

Scottish Parliament: Freedom of Information (Scottish Government Request Handling and Record Keeping) (20 Jun 2018)

Neil Findlay: ...asked for minutes, agendas and briefings for meetings between John Swinney and senior financiers, between Derek Mackay and senior officials at the Scottish Futures Trust, between Humza Yousaf and ScotRail, between Nicola Sturgeon and newspaper editors, and between Nicola Sturgeon and Charlotte Street Partners, but the response is: no minutes, no agenda and no briefing. I invite the...

Confidence in the Secretary of State for Transport (19 Jun 2018)

Alan Brown: ...the world. Chiltern Railways, CrossCountry, Northern, and Wales and Borders are run by Arriva, which is owned by Deutsche Bahn. Essex Thameside is run by Trenitalia UK, which is owned by the Italian state railway. Greater Anglia and ScotRail are run by Abellio, which is owned by NedRailways, and Abellio is also involved with the West Midlands franchise, along with the East Japan Railway...

Scottish Parliament: International Women in Engineering Day (19 Jun 2018)

Sandra White: ...this excellent debate. I will concentrate on two of the aspects that are referred to in the motion: positive action measures and industry outreach. On the latter point, next week I will meet ScotRail, which is actively recruiting women for apprenticeships in engineering. I thank ScotRail for setting that example. However, the biggest example that I will mention is a fantastic project in my...

Backbench Business - Windrush: 70TH Anniversarybackbench Business (14 Jun 2018)

Peter Grant: ...in any employment at all thinking that it could be remotely acceptable to assume that somebody was more likely to be dodging their fare just because of the colour of their skin. Today I saw a couple of tweets from ScotRail, the main rail service provider in Scotland. Somebody had tweeted ScotRail to express concerns about the safety of the train on which he was travelling, because he had...

Scottish Parliament: Edinburgh City Bypass (A720) (31 May 2018)

Colin Beattie: ...and would threaten the already endangered green belt in Midlothian. As we look into making any of the changes that might be required, it is important that we consult different agencies, including Lothian Buses, ScotRail and Borders Buses, as well as our constituents who are most affected by the current issues with the bypass. I am pleased that the Government has announced that a flyover is...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Leaving the EU: Rail Industry (24 May 2018)

Martin Whitfield: The east coast main line will be very important following our departure from Europe. Will the Secretary of State guarantee that smaller operators, such as ScotRail, have a say in what happens to rail?


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