Hi, New to this, so I apologise in advance if I've not seen something fundamental! Looking at the new timetable from December, it seems that the commuter services from Dunblane are significantly poorer than they are currently: the "express" service leaving 0723 and taking 52 minutes to Haymarket has gone. The Perth service (currently 0708 and 1h04) is moved earlier (0658, 58m) and the connection to the Alloa service (now taking 1h07) is now the only option that arrives in the 0800 to 0845 window that gives commuters time to get from station to office before 9am... Currently, there are three services that arrive at 0812, 0816 and 0840... none of which are particularly lightly used! Apart from the inconvenience of the new timings, this is surely a recipe for overloading (though I appreciate the new services don't call at PMT/LIN, which mitigates that to an extent). What am I missing? Cheers, W.