Glasgow trains have been suspended until further notice due to an incident.

There is a fault with the signalling system between Dumbreck and Corkerhill stations, affecting services between Glasgow Central and Paisley Canal.

Engineers are on their way to fix the problem, and in the meantime customers can travel via Paisley Gilmour Street.

There is ticket acceptance in place with McGills buses between Glasgow and Paisley in both directions on their 26 and 38 services.

ScotRail said: "Due to a fault with the signaling system between Dumbreck and Corkerhill, Glasgow Central-Paisley Canal services are currently suspended. Customers can travel via Paisley Gilmour Street."


Network Rail said: "We are responding to a signalling fault Corkerhill and Dumbreck, impacting services between Glasgow and Paisley Canal. Teams are heading to the site to carry out inspections."


ScotRail issued an update at around 10am that the line has reopened. Services are returning to normal but may still be delayed, cancelled or revised.