Dundee Crossrail

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Dundee Crossrail
Overview
Status proposed
Locale Dundee
Scotland
Operation
Owner National Rail
Technical
Track gauge 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm)
Dundee Crossrail
Up arrow
Glasgow–Aberdeen line
Edinburgh–Aberdeen line
Arbroath
Carnoustie
Golf Street
Barry Links
Monifieth
Balmossie
Broughty Ferry
Dundee
Tay Railway Bridge
(River Tay)
Wormit
Leuchars
Down arrow Edinburgh–Aberdeen line
Dundee West
Invergowrie
Errol
Glencarse
Up arrow Highland Main Line
Perth
Down arrow Glasgow–Aberdeen line

Dundee Crossrail is a proposed railway development in north-east Scotland, first proposed within the 2003 Scottish Strategic Rail Study. It is supported by TACTRAN Tayside's voluntary regional transport partnership.

The proposed service was for a half-hourly service from Arbroath to Perth and for a similar frequency for trains from Dundee to St. Andrews.[1]

References

  1. ^ "Scottish Strategic Rail Study - Final Report". Retrieved 31 August 2015.


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