ScotRail strikes have stopped the majority of train travel around Scotland every Sunday since April 28 2021. 

The only services that have remained running are those in and around Glasgow, with almost 90% of Sunday trains disrupted by the action. 

It means that in total so far, Scotland's rail company has seen 14 days of strike action, with many more still to come. 

Workers are striking over ticket examiners and conductors being paid a lower wage than drivers for working days off.

As the strikes look set to continue, here's everything we know about when they are likely to end...

When will the ScotRail Sunday strikes end?

It's been recently confirmed that the Sunday strikes will continue until at least September 5 2021. 

As a result, another 5 days of travel will be impacted, with the potential for strikes continuing into the autumn.  

Only limited services around Glasgow and trains between Helensburgh and Edinburgh will continue on Sundays. 

If your ticket is affected by the strike action, you can use it either the day before or day after the strikes, or you can request a refund. 

How can I get a refund?

Requesting a refund from ScotRail is a fairly simple process. 

The form asks you to fill out your ticket's details and your contact details. 

You will then need to upload a picture of your paper ticket which you must deface prior to taking the photo. 

Why are ScotRail striking? 

General secretary of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT), Mick Lynch said workers were "fighting for justice and parity between grades."

He added: "It is a kick in the teeth for these workers that despite their commitment throughout the Covid-19 pandemic Transport Scotland continues to wage war on essential workers who have kept Scotland’s rail services running."

Meanwhile, RMT Scotland organiser Mick Hogg said: "The majority of the ScotRail workforce are being treated with contempt and treated differently within ScotRail as the strong view from my members is that we are all key essential workers, not just drivers, and we should be treated equally and valued equally, and not left to fight over the scraps."