In January 2015 Network Rail agreed to develop proposals for a new station in East Linton with the objective of providing a new two-platform station on the East Coast Main Line.
East Lothian Council's planning committee has approved proposals which will see a station open in the village of East Linton for the first time in more than half a century.
The plans for East Linton will see the construction of a two-platform station on the East Coast mainline, with 126 car parking spaces. The station itself will be fully accessible with lifts and a footbridge connecting both platforms.
You can read more about the plan here
Project facts & Tasks
New stations are an important part of improving local transport networks, stimulating economic development and opening up social, cultural, education, employment and leisure opportunities for people.
Providing a train service to Edinburgh and Berwick/Newcastle from a new station will help facilitate growth, assist regeneration and provide, long term sustainability for a local community.
What will change?
We have proposed a new fully accessible station that will serve the local area. It will provide direct access to communities on both sides of the railway via active travel - walking/cycling paths - and offer step free access across the railway via a footbridge with lifts.