NO SCOTRAIL trains will run to and from Dunbar during the coronavirus crisis, ScotRail has announced.

The company has announced a revised timetable with a reduced service due to the pandemic, taking effect from Monday.

The Edinburgh to North Berwick line will see a reduced service, with trains only running hourly.

The first trains are:

  • 07.14 Edinburgh to North Berwick
  • 06.47 North Berwick to Edinburgh

The last trains are:

  • 19.45 Edinburgh to North Berwick
  • 20.27 North Berwick to Edinburgh

However, no trains will run to and from Dunbar.

ScotRail said in a statement: "With the unprecedented global crisis, staff availability in ScotRail and Network Rail Scotland has been affected, as well as customer demand.

"That's why, from Monday, March 23, we'll be operating a revised timetable.

"The timetable that will operate from Monday represents significant change from the normal daily timetable, with a specific focus to deliver an effective public transport service for key workers.

"Reducing the number of trains in service creates opportunities for additional cleaning activities on trains, and in depots, and allows more targeted cleaning at stations.

"The service level will deliver more than enough seats to meet the current demand levels and the timetable will be kept under regular review to react to any further developments.

"Go to see the time of the first trains on each route, find out about refunds, and what ScotRail are doing to keep trains and stations clean."