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Update 4 : High Speed Twists and Turns

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coldrifting

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Hello and Welcome back to Northern Pacifica! No this CJ is not dead. It was just put on hold for a while. Anyway, back to business.

So, Norther Pacfica Is In desperate need of better Highways and Interstates. Its trucking Industry is almost non existent, and Residents are pushed away from moving here cause of bad roadways. The region has authorized the construction of a brand spanking new Highway and Interstate system!

It's not entirely finished yet, but here's some pics.

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First of, A new Interstate, I-64, is under construction near the edge of the region, and here is its connection with the new Interstate 89.

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Later on down Interstate 89, we have a Bridge going above the Interstate, this will be for Interstate 26, once it it finished.

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Also, near by we have a new racetrack that is almost complete. Think Gran Turismo. :)

highlandrhw4rhw2parall.pngHere we have the connection between Interstate 26 and Interstate 13. I-13 is not a place to be on Friday. #bad pun

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Back on I-89, we have lots of twists and turns as at climbs up and over the Pacifica Range.

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And here is where Interstate 89 Connects with I-16. Down I-16 a bit there will be a T intersection to I-28, but that is not built yet.

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And Finally, here is where I-26 connects with I-9 and goes south to Northern Pacifica, and the Airport.

Well thanks for reading this update, It's not the best or most comprehensive, but its kind of a "hey, this CJ isn't dead!" kind of update.

Oh and here's a little map to help you with navigation in Northern Pacifica.

(Blue is built, and Red is planned)

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:thumb:Looks very nice. Just add a few more scattered trees and I love the twisty roads flora and the Meadowshire terrain you use, it fits in well.

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