ScotRail has issued journey recommendation for music lovers attending TRNSMT 2022 this weekend.
The three-day music pageant returns to Glasgow Inexperienced this week, with The Strokes, Lewis Capaldi and Paolo Nutini headlining. The motion kicks off on Friday, with Sam Fender, and Nile Rodgers + Stylish additionally on the invoice.
However followers heading alongside to the music pageant have been urged to plan their journeys forward of time.
The warning comes two months after ScotRail launched a lowered timetable in response to an ongoing pay dispute, which has seen fewer providers working.
The recommendation states: “The gates at Glasgow Inexperienced shall be open from 12pm every day, and we would encourage you journey to the venue early should you can.
“When heading house, we urge you to test your journey and know your journey choices, as there shall be a really restricted variety of trains departing from Glasgow metropolis centre after 11pm on Friday and Saturday evening because of the momentary timetable at present in place. These are:
23:05 Glasgow Central to Neilston
23:17 Glasgow Central to East Kilbride
23:21 Glasgow Central to Gourock
23:22 Glasgow Queen Road to Stirling
23:30 Glasgow Central to Ayr
23:45 Glasgow Queen Road to Edinburgh Waverley
“There shall be no trains leaving Glasgow metropolis centre after the occasion finishes on Sunday, 10 July.
“Please remember that area on board the final providers is every evening is proscribed, and no rail substitute transport is offered, so test your journey and know what various modes of transport can be found.
“For those who’re attending TRNSMT on Saturday or Sunday from the north of Scotland or from south west Scotland, you might even see buses change trains for a part of your journey as a consequence of Community Rail engineering work between Inverness and Aberdeen, and between Dumfries and Kilmarnock. Please take this into consideration when planning your journey.”