National organisation supports call for STAG

Railfuture Scotland has added its support for a Scottish Transport Appraisal Guidance evaluation to be carried out into the proposals for a new St Andrews line. Read More...

Forthcoming attraction

The annual Starlink coffee-morning will take place on Saturday 1st March, 10.00-11.30, in the Supper Room of St Andrews Town Hall. Come along and enjoy the best cup of morning coffee in St Andrews, while supporting the campaign to restore a rail service to the town. Read More...

'We need to ease traffic pressure,' says Citizen

The St Andrews Citizen featured the supportive letters from the St Andrews Partnership on its front page. The charity, which includes representatives from all the major ‘stakeholders’ in the town, cites the million visitors per annum and more than 2000 daily commuting journeys, most involving cars, causing traffic congestion ten miles down the road at Cupar. Read More...

'Folly,' says St Andrean

In response to the article in the Courier, a St Andrews resident has demanded that no public money be spent upon the ‘folly’ of a St Andrews Railway. Read More...

Partnership urges progress in campaign

An influential partnership, representing most of the major interests in St Andrews, has written to Fife Council and TayPlan, urging that they facilitate a professional evaluation of the proposals for a new rail connection to the town.

In today’s
Courier the St Andrews Partnership argues that SESTRAN should carry out the Scottish Transport Appraisal Guidance (STAG) as soon as possible, saying the idea merits ‘serious consideration’. It also asks TayPlan to incorporate the scheme into the strategic plan for Tayside & North East Fife. Read More...