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Viaduc de Bellevaux
The 'Viaduc de Bellevaux' in upper Arinsia allows the A15 motorway to cross the Högne river.
I know it's a quite old picture but I didn't find the time to play recently and then fully take part to the challenges.
Please see below for the full sized version.
Hey guys, I recently installed the NAM v35, and I thought I should bring this to the NAM team's attention.
The regular concrete avenue bridge (no slope needed for approach, high enough for water traffic) has disappeared completely from the game. It appears invisible, and when I went to replace it, it kept saying the terrain was not feasible for bridge placement.
That being said, this bridge still appears for the standard road network.
Will this be fixed in an update? Thanks.
I am having some issues connecting my 6S highway to a 6S highway bridge. I have got it to work once before, but right now it simply will not work. There appears to be a brown stub that shows up, but it doesn't connect.
Does anyone know what the brown stub actually means? Does anyone have a solution for connecting a 6S highway to a 6S bridge?
Thanks for any help or advice on this one, it is a puzzler!
I have no idea how this formed- it's a "land bridge" of sorts- made by zoning agricultural onto two hills. I don't get how this was supposed to be formed. It also is unable to be passed under by a road or street- like a normal bridge.
Since it only works from streets, it's not really 100% useful. But still interesting.
I've been playing a new city, Acacia, named after the Acacia trees I chose as the main theme trees of the city.
Acacia is uniquely located between two bays, with four external links and plenty of seaport connections.
City Type: Port city; large metropolitan
Geographic features: Coast, waterfront, beaches, rivers, gentle hills
Transportation infrastructure: Heavily mass rapid transit, multiple rail/air/sea links
Economy: Diversified in financial services, oil and refinery, ore, forestry, light agriculture, light industries, commerce, education, and tourism.
Let's take a look at the beautiful region view:
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