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Transport Scotland to study Levenmouth rail scheme


Rhodri Clark
13 October 2017
Humza Yousaf: Said he accepted criticisms over the Levenmouth scheme
Humza Yousaf: Said he accepted criticisms over the Levenmouth scheme


Scottish transport minister Humza Yousaf has told Transport Scotland to look into re-opening a six-mile disused rail line between Leven in Fife and a junction with the Edinburgh to Dundee line. Officials will undertake a GRIP 4 study, the ‘single option development’ stage in Network Rail’s standard process for developing schemes.

Levenmouth Rail campaigners envisage a half-hourly passenger service calling at new stations at Leven and Cameron Bridge.

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