Scottish League One clubs will play a 27-game season starting on October 17, with sides due to play each other three times instead of four.
The move – confirmed by the SPFL on Thursday after it was voted on by League One sides – will see the third tier of Scottish football mirror the Scottish Championship.
Discussions are ongoing regarding the fixture programme for Scottish League Two in 2020/21.
Neil Doncaster, chief executive of the SPFL, said: “Following a period of consultation with all League One clubs, they have today formally voted to approve the altered programme for the 2020/21 season.
“This is positive news and gives clubs a greater level of clarity and, crucially, a target date to aim for.
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