'Breaking the Circle' - publication of Fife Rail proposals

Today’s Courier covers the launch of a report demanding enhancements to the Fife rail network, including halts at Newburgh and Halbeath, an extension of services from Alloa through Kincardine to Dunfermline and restored passenger services to Levenmouth and St Andrews. Read More...

Tay Cities' Deal - North Fife connectivity

As reported in The Courier the Tay Cities’ Deal includes a request for funding to investigate connectivity in North Fife. This will include considering enhancements to the A91 and 92 roads as well as consideration of a new station in Newburgh or Oudenarde and a railway to St Andrews. Read More...

Student rail link group formed

The St Andrews Citizen covered the launch of the Students for StARLink group, also including a supportive comment from the University who described themselves as ‘a longstanding supporter of the principle of St Andrews having a direct rail link again.’ Read More...

'Where will next rail re-opening be?' asks Scotsman

A piece in today’s Scotsman looks at possible candidates for the next rail re-opening - and St Andrews is on its list! Read More...

A mention in the Alloa Advertiser

The Alloa Advertiser reported Mark Ruskell MSP’s plea to the Economy Secretary in Holyrood to fund feasibility studies into various rail projects in Mid Scotland & Fife. The Cabinet Secretary, Keith Brown MSP, replied that they would indeed consider all proposed projects and decide which to support, but that they must be put forward by the local councils in the first place, ‘whether it be St Andrews or Alloa and Dunfermline.’ Read More...