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Curved rail bridge

Might not be the most realistic thing, but I don't care.


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28 minutes ago, Fatjuice said:

Its that diagonal stuff right? Where you load without water

No, that doesn't work with puzzle pieces.

What I did is I first leveled the terrain around the bridge, then I used setsealevel to lower the water level a bit, used hole diggers to lower the terrain I wanted to build on by 15 meters, then built the bridge like a rail viaduct, then I opened the city tile in SC4 Terraformer and terraformed the land around the bridge back to approximately what it used to be. You can build all kinds of crazy stuff with that technique.

Fractional angled bridges, tunnels through buildings, curved bridges, floating interchanges, the list goes on.

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14 minutes ago, Fatjuice said:

Whats the full command? Setsealevel 0? Or? I forgot, i know i used it like 4 y ago

That's the command.

The 0 can be replaced with any number, and the default sea level is 250.

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On ‎2‎/‎19‎/‎2016 at 6:15 PM, Jolteon said:

Fractional angled bridges, tunnels through buildings, curved bridges, floating interchanges, the list goes on.

Is fractional angled bridges part of NAM? When did this become a thing? Sorry, I'm not up-to-date. I haven't played in years actually :(.

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2 minutes ago, frdrcklim said:

Is fractional angled bridges part of NAM? When did this become a thing? Sorry, I'm not up-to-date. I haven't played in years actually :(.

They're not, but you can make them using the technique I posted above. You can use any network that supports fractional angles, but for best results, use L2 (or higher) RHW.

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2 minutes ago, FOSC tule00 said:

Elevated FARHW? How?

If you install Project Symphony, the Maxis highway override mod available from the NAM installer, you can build elevated FAMHW, which can easily be connected to an RHW network.

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1 minute ago, Jolteon said:

If you install Project Symphony, the Maxis highway override mod available from the NAM installer, you can build elevated FAMHW, which can easily be connected to an RHW network.

That's great, I didn't know Symphony had elevated FAN

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