Work has resumed on the £353 million Borders Railway, after a serious injury to a worker last Tuesday.
The 49-year-old man from Irvine, in Ayrshire, was unloading concrete railway sleepers when he was struck on the leg.
He was transferred from Borders General Hospital to the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary for emergency surgery following the accident.
Work on the site at Galashiels was suspended while investigations took place, but resumed on Monday.
The accident is not expected to delay the overall construction of the railway, which is due to open to passengers in September next year.
Alex Salmond is visiting the Scottish Borders today.
He'll be in Melrose to talk about the benefits the new Borders Railway will bring to the region.
The outgoing First Minister will be replaced by Nicola Sturgeon later this week.
The Campaign for Borders Rail has its annual general meeting today.
A wide range of speakers will talk about the past, present and future of the Borders Railway Project.
At a meeting tonight in Galashiels there will be a chance for people to put their questions to the speakers.
New train and bus links will bring new jobs to the Borders. That was the hope today of business leaders who gathered in Galashiels to see the latest phase of the Borders Railway Project.
A new bus interchange is being added to the system to spread the benefits more widely, as Derek Proud reports.
Work to build the Borders Railway has entered its most important stage, as track laying gets underway.
30 miles of track will be put down from Edinburgh to Tweedbank over the next two weeks.
The rail installation works were officially launched near Edinburgh this morning.
Jenny Longden was there.
Work has begun to lay track along the route of the new Borders Railway.
It's a major milestone for the project, which is still on track to be running by September next year. Scottish Transport Minister Keith Brown joined Network Rail bosses to officially launch this important phase of the project this morning.
Scottish Transport Minister Keith Brown says today is an historic day as track-laying officially gets underway near Edinburgh.
A state-of-the-art machine has been brought in to lay down the 30 mile track, which will take just over two weeks to complete.
The Borders Railway is expected to establish passenger rail services by September 2015.
Work has begun to install almost 30 miles of rail on the Borders Railway as track-laying begins.
Transport Minister Keith Brown and Mark Carne, Chief Executive of Network Rail, visited the site this morning.
The first tracks will be installed for the new Borders Railway today.
They'll be put down at Shawfair Station in Edinburgh, and the railway is expected to bring benefits to the south of Scotland.
The laying of the tracks marks the final phase of work on the longest domestic rail track to be built in the UK for more than 100 years.
By the end of the year almost 30 miles of track will have been installed.
There are concerns in Galashiels that the town isn't ready for the re-introduction of the Borders railway next year.
A community group has been formed by local people hoping to make improvements made to the town centre.
Jenny Longden reports: