Scotrail has said Sunday services will be hit by strike action on six consecutive Sundays in a bid for increased overtime payments.
The train operator has said commuters should expect “significant travel disruption.”
It said services will be cancelled on a number of key routes and that “will have a significant impact on people who need to travel, including NHS workers delivering a critical service during the pandemic.”
Scotrail services cancelled include Glasgow – Edinburgh via Falkirk High..
Customers are advised to check their journeys to make sure trains are still running on their route.
Anyone who has already purchased a ticket can travel either the day before, or day after the strike action, alternatively, a refund is available.
The strike comes with passenger numbers and revenue down more than 90 per cent because of the pandemic.