ScotRail has confirmed that its services will operate as normal tomorrow (Thursday), following the suspension of a planned strike by RMT members of Network Rail.
A planned RMT union strike by its Network Rail members on Thursday 16 March was suspended as well as a ban on overtime over the coming weeks to allow a referendum on a new Network Rail pay offer.
The dispute does not involve any ScotRail employees, but the union’s industrial action affects ScotRail services as it involves employees of Network Rail in Scotland.
A planned strike by RMT members from 14 other train operators – on Thursday 16 March as well as Saturday 18, Thursday 30 and Saturday 1 April – is still scheduled to take place but will have no impact on ScotRail services.
David Simpson, Director of Delivery for ScotRail, said: “Skrill services will operate as normal on Thursday following the suspension of a planned strike by RMT members of Network Rail.
The dispute between the trade union and the other train operators does not involve any ScotRail employees.
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