The Caithness Business Index has posted the following article:

Journey Times Inverness Edinburgh Not Getting Shorter - How Much Time Do They Need? Asks Grant

"How much time do they need?" That is the question Highlands and Islands Labour MSP, Rhoda Grant, is asking after being advised that a promise made by the First Minister in 2008 to cut train journey times between Inverness and Edinburgh to 2 hours and 45 minutes is still not being delivered by the Scottish Government. Mrs Grant, who is Vice-President and a great supporter of the Friends of the Far North Line, has been pushing the SNP government for many years to take heed of the concerns and needs of people in the Highlands to have reasonable public rail services to the central belt. [Read Full Article]