I’m agreeing that it’s important for a game to understand how to upgrade or change a station into something that works with the newer and longer trains over time. Cities in Motion 2 was a great example of what not to do. If you needed to change a station or or route… you pretty much had to redo everything all over again and it became chaotic. Many of the replies from the developers so far in the forum have stated that you want to simplify certain aspects of the simulation games micromanagement, and being able to easily and quickly extend or expand a station should be part of that mentality. This game is about trains, so I don’t feel like this is asking too much as a future buyer of this game. Especially since things like this usually can’t be changed after release.