Or, more reasoned (a little more reasoned?):-
But the Simplicity guide, although lacking timetables as such, is particularly helpful. First comes a list of services pre-change ...
... and what they have changed into. Then a simple list of old service numbers and the new ...
... followed by an in-depth study route by route, again based on the "old" numbers.
An even greater bonus is that each PDF timetable (the good and tidy ones!) is accompanied by an excellent route map; this for the 60 and 60A along Maryhill Road.
These are really, really good. And, there's more! A City Centre detailed map as well, provided for every route.
Again, really, really, really good - an example that others should follow.
Assuming that this stuff was readily available in hard copy (a big assumption these days), then it would be hard to fault First in their desire to inform Hamish MacPublic of the new network.
Has Hamish MacPublic understood it all? Now that's a quite different question!