Rail disruption could leave tens of thousands of revellers stranded at Scotland’s biggest music festival.
Hundreds of journeys have been canceled with only six services running after 11pm on the first two days of TRNSMT at Glasgow Green. There will be no late trains on the final evening. It means up to 150,000 fans flocking to see Paolo Nutini, the Strokes and Lewis Capaldi will need to leave early or face being stuck when the music stops.
A driver shortage has forced rail chiefs to restrict services for a series of gigs, including tonight’s Liam Gallagher show at Hampden.
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Scottish Conservative shadow transport minister, Graham Simpson, said: “Many of those at TRNSMT will be young women, so not only will this hit our economy and