Metropolitan Area of Delaware launched a long-term master plan for the future of Delaware public transport to tackle the traffic problems around the city. Prime Minister of New Albana, Andrew Josef agreed that New Albananian Federal Government would invest 70% of the Master Plan. Connecting Delaware 2032 Master Plan was launched today at City Hall, and majorily of the master plan focus on the development of underground rail system and efficient bus network. By 2032, Delaware is to be predicted to reach at least 3.5 million people and lead to a voicing concerns about existing traffic problems within City Centre, and lack of proper motorway system. During that year, Delaware will have one of the worst public transport coverage if we fail to do anything now. Delaware's current population of just over a million people, already faced an embarrassing problems, and it is the key reason why the city council and New Albananian Federal Government are committed to "save" Delaware.
AS SOON AS 2016 you would be able to catch a train, underground, from the City Centre directly to as far as ten kilometres, to your home in the suburbs. Greater Delaware City Council will be committed to invest over $283 million per year for frequent train services and an additional of $558 million every year for proper bus network. AT THE MOMENT, Delaware only have four metro lines, all connecting the city centre, and leaving the suburbs behind - same with bus network, less than ten routes, and also leaving the suburbs behind as if it is not important. Greater Delaware City Council promised to cover entire city as soon as 2032. Delaware and the Government have enough money and revenues to spend on this massive long-term infrastructure.
Proposed plans for the "super" efficient metro system, with marroon box as a "Central Interchange Zone".
Greater Delaware City Council announced that Delaware WOULD have the Airport Underground Line from City Centre to Airport (International Station and Domestic Station), with at least fiteen minutes service during peak hour and takes up to 22 minutes, express, to Delaware International Airport. As you might wonder what "Central Interchange Zone" means, and how will it benefit Delaware? Well, basically, "Central Interchange Zone" (as highlighted in maroon box) acts as a "large central station" where the entire city comes to one point, and change the bus or trains there and continue to commute around the city. By 2032, "Central Interchange Zone" will serve over 100 million passengers every year, all by bus and train services.
New Albananian Federal Government, Greater Delaware City Council, City of Delaware and taxpayers have agreed together to invest on this project, and it will cost us up to $9.4 billion to complete (as by 2032), including all of the construction costs, plans, running costs and services. But it could cost us at least $600 million per year (after 2032) for the running costs for trains and buses but the profit will be huge. Delaware's official public transport company is called "Transport for Delaware", but the sub-company name for underground rail is "Delaware Underground".