ScotRail officially entered public ownership on 1 April, with Nicola Sturgeon marking the occasion at Glasgow Queen Street Station.
Transport Minister Jenny Gilruth confirmed in a statement to parliament on 9 February that ScotRail would transfer into public ownership.
ScotRail has agreed a five-year maintenance contract extension for its fleet of Siemens Mobility Class 380 trains.
ScotRail is the first passenger train company to publish data on its rolling stock types and carriage length through Realtime Trains.
Following a successful six-month trial ScotRail is now rolling out the use of GSM-R to give passengers more detailed real-time information.
ScotRail amongst other organisations are engaging passengers in conversations about mental health issues on trains and in stations.
ScotRail have introduced the first eight-car Class 385 trains on the main line between Glasgow Queen Street station and Edinburgh Waverley.