Screen grabs – a brighter, connected view
• 94 new digital screens across 29 stations
• Links to other transport providers for onward travel information at some sites
Rail passengers across the country are beginning to benefit from new information screens that are brighter, clearer, and also show real-time data for connecting transport.
A total of 94 new digital customer information screens (DCIS) are being rolled out to 29 stations across Scotland by the ScotRail Alliance, and many will also display nearby bus, ferry or flight information as well as train times.
In addition, better, more detailed information during disruption to train services will be available, thanks to the ability to display images and video on the HD displays. With this additional flexibility,
Only text and basic diagrams can be shown on traditional ‘dot-matrix’ signs.
The new displays are part of ongoing investment to improve Scotland’s stations. Last month 100 new electric car charging spaces, and over 40 new station shelters were announced by the ScotRail Alliance.
Ian McConnell, the ScotRail Alliance’s programmes and transformation director, said: “We’re working hard to improve and renew stations across our network. Customer information is hugely important, and the more detail – the better.
“Our aim has always been to make to support environmentally-friendly travel across Scotland, well beyond the end of the railway tracks.”
For more information contact the ScotRail Alliance Communications team on 0141 555 4247/4105 or email firstname.lastname@example.org