SCOTRAIL do not plan on running later trains until August, despite indoor bars and restaurants reopening from Wednesday, July 15.

A spokesman for ScotRail told the Glasgow Times that there are no current plans to add any more train services in July but added things may change.

Scotrail are currently operating at a reduced timetable of 60%, urging people not to travel if it is not necessary. 90 percent of services are likely to resume in August.

Many of ScotRail’s services in Glasgow this weekend will not operate past ten o’clock meaning those making a trip to or working in a pub, restaurant or cinema will need to make alternative plans to get back home.

The Glasgow Times searched for some popular Glasgow train services and found many do not go past 10pm.

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The last Saturday night train from Glasgow Queen Street to Shettleston is the 10.53pm train while the last train to Patrick from Glasgow Central departs at 10.17pm. On Friday, the last train from Glasgow Central to Mosspark is 7.12pm and from Queen Street to Anniesland is 10.17pm.

The last trains on Saturday from Glasgow Central or Queen Street to Mount Florida, Cambuslang, Springburn or Maryhill all depart before 10pm.

One Glasgow Times reader told us: “When Nicola Sturgeon has basically reopened the economy from this week, Scotrail should be supporting that with the restoration of evening services.”

He said he had booked an evening trip to the cinema on Wednesday but the last train for Hamilton departed at around 8pm.

A ScotRail spokesperson said: “Since the start of the pandemic, our staff across Scotland’s Railway have done a fantastic job to keep customers safe, and support them when they are making necessary journeys.

“We have set our very clear five rules for travel and we thank customers for following that guidance and helping to keep everyone safe.

“As we move towards the further easing of restrictions, we again urge our customers to take personal responsibility, consider alternative transport options, and make sure our services are available for those who have no other option.”