UPDATE: The issue has now been resolved.

COMMUTERS are being warned of disruption to train services in Clydebank. 

ScotRail announced it is aware of a signalling fault at Dalmuir railway station. 

It is understood that fewer services will run through this area due to "safety reasons". 

The rail operator confirmed that it has requested replacement buses. 

A statement posted to ScotRail's X, formerly Twitter, account reads: "We have received reports of a signalling fault at Dalmuir.

"For safety reasons, fewer services will be able to run through the area. We have requested buses to assist passenger journeys and will confirm once anything is made available to us."

Network Rail said that engineers are heading to the site. 

They will work to resolve the issue once inspections have been carried out. 

Further updates will be provided via ScotRail's social media pages.