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Old March 26th, 2019, 08:45 AM   #1861
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I've created a Ho Chi Minh City Metro concept map - "If Saigon had a subway like Shanghai".

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Old July 2nd, 2019, 07:06 PM   #1862
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My Krakow tram network fantasy map. Some extension options are planned in future, some impossibilities included too...

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Old July 12th, 2019, 07:34 PM   #1863
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A fantasy map of my fantasy city 'Maysoo' (just browse this thread to see some earlier posts on this city):

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Old August 5th, 2019, 04:50 PM   #1864
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The map of Krakow is super, and I like very much the ideea of continuing the tram tunnel from Dworzec Głowny to Armii Krajowej. I also think is very good that you freed the tram ring around the center of so many tram lines as they are in the present.
Where I have some doubts is about the fact that you haven't included in the map some future lines that are in plan or under construction like the direct connections between Kurdanow and Łagienicki or between Krowodrza Gorka and Gorka Narodowa. Also I don't see the point to prolonge the tram lines outside the city: to Wieliczka where there is train line S1 or to Zielonki (too small village). Plus the tram lines are becoming too long. Look at tram line 6 from Wieliczka to Batowice with the huge detour through the western parts of the city. It's simple not possible to mantain a stable freequency on such a long line. It's nice that you created a terminal to Kombinat, but bad that you haven't mantained tram line between Kombinat and Kopiec Wandy. I also don't see any sense to create 3 tram branches from Rondo Barei towords the center: via Rakowicka, via Rondo Mogilskie and via Wieczysta. 2 of them would be enough, and the one to Wieczysta could be prolonged to Aleja Pokoju. It would make a little more sense for line 24 as you created it.
About line numbering, it is a pity that number 15 is not allocated, but instead you created line 27 outside the normal range. I understand that 2x are secondary lines with low freequency, but for the purpose of harmony, you could have reduced tram 14 to Łagiewniki, so that 27 to Czerwony Mąki could have a better freequency and be renumbered 15.
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