Urgent review ordered on Borders railway
Scottish line opened last year and has been hit by breakdowns and delays
An urgent review has been ordered into dire performance figures on the UK’s newest train line, the Borders railway, a year after it was officially opened by the Queen.
Built at a cost of £10m a mile, the 35-mile line from Edinburgh Waverley to Tweedbank near Galashiels has one of the worst performance records of any on the Scottish network after a spate of breakdowns and delays.
Source: Guardian Transport