Student paper claims St Andrews is 'remote'.

The University of St Andrews student newspaper The Saint has described the university’s location as ‘remote’, adding, for new students it can be a struggle to understand how to get here’. They suggest students might be better taking a long-distance bus rather than the train to Leuchars and a bus or taxi thereafter. Read More...

Railway's 'game-changer' potential

The potential of the railway to make a significant difference to the tourist industry in rural areas has been highlighted by a partnership promoting the Borders. Read More...

'Investment should be prioritised' - Willie Rennie

Scottish Liberal Democrat leader today voiced his support for the re-opening of Newburgh Station and lines to Levenmouth and St Andrews. Read More...

Herald recognises St Andrews-Glasgow potential

An article in The Herald by transport correspondent Helen McArdle mentions, in the context of the closure of Longannet power station and the subsequent freeing of its rail line, the potential of the StARLink campaign’s proposal, not only to link ‘the golfing jewel’ with Edinburgh and Dundee but also to ‘facilitate direct services between Glasgow and St Andrews.’ Read More...

Rail experts recommend st Andrews for re-opening

As reported in today’s Courier, rail experts Chris Austin and Richard Faulkner (Lord Faulkner of Worcester) have recommended St Andrews as one of only 5 Scottish candidates for re-opening in their latest book Disconnected - Broken Links in Britain’s Rail Policy. Read More...