Glasgow train services have been cancelled due to an issue this morning.

ScotRail has said services between Glasgow and Edinburgh via Shotts will be axed this morning (Friday, April 5) due to flooding on the line.

The travel company says the route is currently closed and Network Rail staff are on-site trying to resolve the issue.

ScotRail has said services from Edinburgh to Glasgow Central will terminate at Fauldhouse.

Meanwhile, services from Glasgow Central to Edinburgh will stop at Carfin.

Following the disruption, the rail firm has requested buses to operate between Fauldhouse and Carfin.

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A spokesperson for ScotRail said: "Due to flooding on the line, services between Glasgow and Edinburgh via Shotts will be cancelled this morning.

"The route is closed and Network Rail Scotland are on on site to rectify the situation as quickly as possible. We have requested buses."

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A Network Rail spokesperson added: "Due to reports of flooding on the line, the route via Shotts will be closed this morning.

"Staff will be on-site to monitor the situation closely and once we have a further update from teams on the ground."

Meanwhile, ScotRail has also said speeding restrictions have been put in place on some routes due to heavy rain.

Restrictions will be in place on Glasgow to Largs services and Glasgow to Carlisle via Dumfries services.

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