Commuters will face disruption due to a signalling fault near Croy affecting Falkirk High station.
As a result of a signalling system problem, train services between Edinburgh and Glasgow Queen Street via Falkirk High will be cancelled, delayed or revised until further notice.
A statement on their website reads: “We had a signalling fault between Lenzie and Croy.
“Our staff are aware of the situation and are working to repair the fault.
“For futher information please speak to a member of our staff in person or through the help point on the platform, this is marked with a Q.”
Scotrail also assure commuters to keep a hold of your ticket and make a claim if they have been delayed over 30 minutes by visiting ScotRail.co.uk/delay-repay.