Student paper features Starlink

Starlink Convenor Jane Ann Liston observed that St Andrews was one of the few university towns in Britain that does not have a railway line. Due to the town's compact nature most students do not need a car during their stay but getting themselves and all their requirements to St Andrews in the first place is a different matter. A railway would be the most efficient and environmentally-friendly way to bring in the students, and also the large number of tourists, upon both of which the town depends for its prosperity.

And among the supporters of the campaign is Principal Louise Richardson, who has said that she 'would love to see a train service to St Andrews.'