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Transit Mania CJ
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Darth and Pierre,

thanks for your replies Smile


Quote:What is the transit situation around those condos? Where do all the condo-dwellers go to work? Can you show us a traffic picture of the area?


Actually, this area is quite Representative of the traffic flows and the overall traffic plan for the city in general .
That is , ..   there is a lot of GLR / Tram networks and stations with plenty of Ped access to them -

In this image i selected,
I took a volume view of the tram traffic densities  ( in the area), + some of the traffic flows that derive from one of the more heavier traveled tram lines-

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Thanks for the picture. It is quite informative. There is still a great margin for growth of the tram line where you took the measurement. Also, I like the concept of the car-less city, if I am correct this is not the first time you implement it, and you are becoming an expert on the subject.
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Pierre,

thanks for your reply Smile


Quote:Also, I like the concept of the car-less city, if I am correct this is not the first time you implement it, and you are becoming an expert on the subject.


Well its not totally car - less. Just the CBD is..

But yes even in a city - wide sense the overall emphasis I think is more on the tram networks than the road systems. For instance , there are very few highways in the city ( in fact i think so far just 1 , rhw-2 network ).. And also I think this is the least reliance i have placed on the road + highway systems for transit of any cities I have ever built Smile..

Here is the area again ( although slightly a more western view, more toward the inlet areas)..
So here you can see the street bridges are being used by cars , but also still with a combinations of Peds walking to (most likely the tram stations)-


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