Technology replaces hand signals at Scottish request stops

ScotRail request stops

UK: Eight lightly-used stations on the Far North line in Scotland are being provided with ‘request to stop’ kiosks, removing the need for waiting passengers to give hand signals to the driver of an approaching train.

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