Rail commuters face major delays due to train faults
A number of services have been cancelled or delayed in areas including Glasgow and Falkirk.
A signalling fault has caused major rail delays for commuters during rush hour.
A number of services have been delayed or cancelled due to the fault between Glasgow Central Station and Newton Lanark on Monday morning.
Replacement buses have been laid on to cover the routes affected.
A spokesperson for ScotRail said: "Network Rail have advised us of a fault with the signalling system between Glasgow Central and Newton Lanark.
"Due to this, services may be delayed, revised or cancelled."
A fault on a train has also affected rail users at Falkirk High with all services running through the station being delayed or revised.
A ScotRail spokesperson confirmed replacement buses will also be available for those affected by the disruption.