The ScotRail Alliance has announced it will install 100 charging points – which can each charge two cars at once – by November this year.
The move follows news that the numbers of low-emission vehicles is on the rise, which reduce carbon emissions by commuters on their journeys to and from the station.
Ian McConnell, ScotRail Alliance’s programmes and transformation director said: “As a low-carbon transport provider, we are always looking for new ways to encourage more environmentally-friendly travel. Through the installation of these 100 electric car parking spaces, we hope to reduce our customers’ carbon footprint from door-to-door.
“We have big plans to improve our car parks, and this is just one of the many improvements we have planned for the next 12 months.”
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Construction work on the first charging point will begin in September.