ScotRail 'frustrated' by three-day impact of UK strikes
ScotRail has described the three-day impact of daily strikes by RMT members working for Network Rail as "very frustrating".
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More than 40,000 rail workers across the UK will stage the first of a latest series of 24-hour strikes on Wednesday.
The walkout by staff at Network Rail and 14 train operating companies is part of a row over pay and jobs.
The dispute does not involve ScotRail staff, but will mean less than 9% of normal services will operate.
They will be focused on five routes in the central belt, with no service on all other routes.
The rail operator has also warned that journeys will be affected on the days before and after strike action.
It comes just a week after ScotRail services returned to normal following the resolution of a dispute with its own train drivers.
ScotRail operations director David Simpson told the BBC Radio's Good Morning Scotland programme that he hoped to see a positive outcome to talks between the RMT and Network Rail "for the good of the industry" and its customers.
He said: "We are unable to operate the majority of our services, except a small number of routes across the central belt, because the signallers will be on strike and they are critical to operating the trains.
"There's a small number of alterations to services late this evening. Tomorrow will be a service of just five routes across the central belt and then there will be a later start-up of services on Thursday because of the opening times of the signal boxes.
"So, the disruption will spread over three days with the majority tomorrow. But the advice is to check your journey - particularly for Thursday morning because of the later start-up on some routes."