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Dundee is well connected to the National rail network. From local journeys to Perth or longer trips to London, our journey planner will give you details you need to catch your train - or meet friends arriving at the station. You can also check live arrival and departure information for stations in the Dundee and surrounding areas using our new application.
And remember, rail is nearly always the fastest way to travel on land. Click on our journey planner for your own personalised journey details.
Dundee railway station is currently being redesigned and access to the station is now from Riverside Drive (opposite Discovery Quay). The cafe and pub remain open. Cycle racks are available opposite Discovery Point. The redesign is expected to last 18 months from the start of 2014.
Dundee railway station is always manned.
New trains for Broughty Ferry station.
The number of trains stopping at Broughty Ferry station increased significantly over the last twelve months and now offers additional commuting opportunities for residents of Broughty Ferry to Dundee.
Fares for the journey from the Ferry to Dundee are £1.30 single and £2.20 for an Anytime Day return. You can also buy a weekly season ticket on the train for £9.90, valid for 7 days. There are no flexipass tickets on this route.
From December 2013, there are now improved commuting opportunities from Broughty Ferry, Invergowrie and Monifieth Stations.
Fares for the journey from the Invergowrie to Dundee are £2.20 single and £3.70 for an Anytime Day return, and £15.10 for a weekly season ticket with Monifeith to Dundee being £2.30 single, £3.80 Anytime Day return and £16.20 for a weekly season ticket.