cotRail services will return to normal timetables on Tuesday after deliberate strike motion was suspended.
Network Rail staff with the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) had been set to walk out on Saturday November 5, Monday November 7 and Wednesday November 9, but on Friday the RMT introduced it might droop motion to permit for negotiations over pay.
ScotRail was unable to reintroduce services sooner than Tuesday due to Network Rail being unable to totally open throughout all routes, the operator said.
The train operator is encouraging clients planning to journey in coming days to proceed to verify their total journey before they head to the station.
David Simpson, ScotRail service supply director, said: “We’re pleased to be able to reintroduce our normal timetable.
“We know how much people right across the country rely on rail travel, so it will be welcome news for customers that ScotRail services on Wednesday will no longer be impacted by strike action.
“I would, however, encourage customers to continue check their journey before they travel on the ScotRail website or mobile app.”
RMT general secretary Mick Lynch said: “The threat of strike action and our strongly supported industrial campaign has made the rail employers see sense.
“We have always wanted to secure a negotiated settlement and that is what we will continue to push for in this next phase of intensive talks.
“Our priority is our members, and we are working towards securing a deal on job security, a decent pay rise and good working conditions.”
It is continuous its re-ballot of members to safe a recent mandate for motion with the consequence due on November 15.
There could possibly be extra rail chaos in Scotland, with the union threatening to walk out each Friday and Saturday within the run-up to Christmas as a part of a separate dispute with ScotRail.