COMMUTERS faced a second consecutive morning of travel disruption with the Gourock and Wemyss Bay railway lines yet to reopen after ScotRail’s Storm Isha shutdown.

All services across Scotland ceased from 7pm on Sunday night ahead of forecast high winds.

Several lines gradually reopened on Monday following safety inspections, but the Inverclyde lines remain closed.

Ticket acceptance is in place on a number of bus routes between Glasgow and Inverclyde in the meantime.

Passengers face a third consecutive morning of disruption tomorrow, with ScotRail’s full network shutting down again from 7pm tonight, due to Storm Jocelyn.

There will be no rush hour services tomorrow morning as safety inspections are carried out on all lines.

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Elsewhere, CalMac's Gourock-Dunoon, Gourock-Kilcreggan and Wemyss Bay-Rothesay routes are running this morning, but all remain liable to disruption or cancellation.

Western Ferries service between McInroy's Point and Hunter's Quay is currently running as normal.