Ayr Train Station cancellations - What we know so far!
ScotRail have been advised by South Ayrshire Council that an exclusion zone has been imposed at Ayr station, which will have an impact on our services.
This is because the old hotel building next to the station has been deemed unsafe!
This means that from the start of service on Tuesday (28 August):
- Services between Glasgow Central and Stranraer will start and terminate at Kilmarnock.
ScotRail are working hard to get ticket acceptance with local bus operators in place to get people to Stranraer, and will confirm if and when this is available.
- There will be no services between Ayr and Girvan.
It also means that:
- Services between Ayr and Glasgow Central will have reduced capacity because of the restrictions that have been applied by the council.
A number of early morning services will also be subject to cancellation as we no longer have access to the Ayr Townhead servicing depot!
Bus services will also operate at points along the route to get people where they need to be.
- Customers travelling from Paisley Gilmour Street to Glasgow Central should use services from platform 1 if possible (Gourock and Wemyss Bay services).
Girvan Service update:
Ticket acceptance will be in place with Stagecoach west Scotland services 58/60 between Ayr and Girvan from 6am tomorrow morning!
Train services between Glasgow Central and Stranraer via Kilmarnock will be terminated at and started back from Kilmarnock, All stations between Ayr and Stranraer will not be served!
Customers are advised to use the station Help Points if they require any assistance.
ScotRail are sorry to customers for any inconvenience caused by this situation which is outwith ScotRail control.
ScotRail are working flat out to get people where they need to be. ScotRail will update customers about any further changes in the coming days!
Troon to Kilmarnock service update:
Stagecoach west Scotland ticket acceptance is in place from 6am for the service 10 between Troon and Kilmarnock all day tomorrow!