ScotRail has published a plan to cut 300 rail services per day from its timetable.
The company wants to drop from its pre-Covid number of 2,400 services a day to 2,100 in line with new travel patterns and overcapacity on some routes.
Railway unions have accused the company of using Covid as a cover for cuts.
The operator said it had reviewed the timetable across the whole network to ensure the service meets the needs of customers and the Scottish government's aims as Scotland recovers from the pandemic.
This is a joke isn't it? If you've ever been on one of Scotrail's trains recently and in particular on the border railway you might understand.
This is just going result in over crowded trains and people heading back to the already overcrowded roads and packed buses. Cutting services isn't a smart move and some of these trains already don't have enough carriages.
Fit for the future? It's not even fit for purpose right now.