Scottish LibDems back St Andrews railway

The Scottish Liberal Democrats this weekend agreed to back the re-opening of railway lines and stations in Scotland, including St Andrews.

In a resolution passed at their conference in Hamilton, the party called upon the Scottish Government ’
to conduct and publish a formal review of the prospects of re-opening each of the following routes for passenger traffic: Levenmouth, Glasgow Crossrail, Alloa to Dunfermline, Grangemouth, St Andrews, Borders Railway to Carlisle, Peterhead, Edinburgh’s Abbeyhill Loop and South Suburban and lines where local people have lobbied ministers to consider re-opening.'