Scotsman editorial

The Scotsman editorial mentions St Andrews campaigners in its comment upon the success of the Borders service. Read More...

Latest Golflink figures confirm bus is a turn-off

Just 12% of those attending last year’s open championship at St Andrews used the Golflink, i.e. rail and connecting bus, service to reach the Links, the same proportion as in 2010, despite a significantly enhanced rail service to Leuchars in 2015. Read More...

Forth Rail Link comments

In an article in The Courier Fife Council’s Chief Executive is quoted as saying that Fife Council supports projects that increase travel options for Fife residents and support local businesses and tourism. This was in the context of a campaign to restore passenger services between Alloa and Dunfermline on the Longannet line when the power station closes at the end of March.
http://www.thecourier.co.uk/news/local/fife/longannet-closure-could-pave-way-for-fife-rail-line-to-be-revived-1.921276
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Scotland on Sunday editorial supports St Andrews railway

The editorial in today’s Scotland on Sunday listed St Andrews as a destination worthy of reconnection, along with Leven, Peterhead, Fraserburgh and Hawick. Read More...

Everything points to a rail solution

Following the report of the record money made by the 2015 Open, there was a story in the national press about an increase in car use and drop in that of public transport. The Scotsman’s report is at:

http://www.scotsman.com/news/transport/campaigners-denounce-failure-to-cut-scots-car-use-1-4007389
Locally, the Fife Herald led on the proposed expansion of Cupar, while the St Andrews Citizen featured the effects of an eight-week road closure in Guardbridge, beginning 15th February.
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