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Peak ScotRail fares scrapped as six-month trial begins

  • Peak ScotRail fares have been eliminated on routes across Scotland for a six-month trial, with the goal of encouraging rail use and providing significant savings for commuters.
  • The cost of traveling between Edinburgh and Glasgow during peak hours has nearly halved as a result of this initiative. Additionally, ticket prices from Inverness to Elgin and from Glasgow to Stirling have also seen substantial reductions.
  • ScotRail is monitoring services and stations daily to evaluate the success of the trial and track any significant increases in customer journeys. The pandemic has greatly impacted commuter habits, leading to a drop in passengers during traditional peak times.
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