Courier - 'St Andrews is the prime example'

Today’s Monday Matters column in The Courier condemns as a ‘real disgrace’ the ‘large swathe’ of Fife that is ‘effectively cut off from the railways’ and names St Andrews as ‘the prime example’ of a rail-less destination. Read More...

'Crail Matters'

The latest publication to mention the StARLink campaign is the newsletter Crail Matters, with the recent visit to Holyrood reported in the Royal Burgh of Crail & District Community Council notes. Despite Crail being 10 miles from St Andrews, the statement ’Any such development would clearly benefit Crail’ is included. Read More...

Parliamentary visit covered by Citizen

Our visit to garner support from our MSPs was covered in the St Andrews Citizen. Read More...

StARLink goes to Holyrood

StARLink activists took their case to the Scottish Parliament on Thursday, as reported in today’s Courier. Read More...

Response to Scottish Government consultation

The Scottish Government’s consultation on the future of rail services ended last week. Although the document specifically said, ‘we are not seeking views from stakeholders on what they believe to be priority investment schemes, whether proposed upgrades to the existing infrastructure, or new routes or stations’, and indeed some responders dubbed it ‘incomprehensible’, StARLink nevertheless submitted a response, answering the questions in the context of a new St Andrews service. We understand that we were not the only stakeholder to cite enhanced services and new routes in our response, despite the government’s discouragement of such. Read More...