Public transport operators are cutting down on provided services as people are encouraged to stay at home to limit the spread of coronavirus. 

Both ScotRail and McGill's buses will be running different timetables from Monday. 

ScotRail has said the changes are necessary due to the availability of staff being affected by the outbreak, as well as changes to customer demand.

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Images of Glasgow Central Station taken earlier this week demonstrate a fall in foot traffic at the usually busy station.  

Glasgow Times:

By reducing the number of trains operating, the rail company will be able to allow additional time to clean the trains, depots, and stations. 

You can view the reduced ScotRail schedule HERE. 

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McGill's will continue to operate all services but their frequencies will be halved. 

To see the full list of changes to its services, visit their website HERE.