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Ionic-Elm

The 4th Street bridge was getting deteriorated, as traffic was more than queried. Instead of 500 vehicles and 30 passengers, the bridge actually had 600 cars and 400 passengers. The city has decided the bridge was unsafe and it was demolished.

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Traffic will be diverted to the new 7th Street bridge while a new one is constructed.

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1 MONTH AND 5,000 SIMOLEANS LATER...

I just came back from the bridge opening. The Midland Bridge can handle more traffic, and the 7th Street Bridge will remain as a backup bridge.

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Ionic-Elm

Bridge Construction

My transportation advisor has told me that the 4th Street bridge is over capacity. The 4th Street bridge has been there since the beginning (which wasn't that long ago), serving the central part of town. I guess it's time to build a new bridge.

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The 4th Street Bridge is not that big, averaging around 560 cars and 30 passengers a day, which can pile up.

Plans are now going on in city council to build a new bridge. Stay tuned.

Ionic-Elm

From Beginnings

Midland is a suburban town in the middle of a mountain range on a flat land. The Midland Computing and Electronic Company bought land along the Blair River to construct a town where their premium computers, calculators and other electronics will be built, and provide quality homes to their employees.

From Beginnings

New town, new life. No town can operate without roads, though!

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This area north of the river will be our residential district. Many homes will be built, some historical in design and some very modern!

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Our expert zoning advisors advised we put commercial next to industrial. Many of our employees were against it, claiming that they did not want to drive through smog clouds when going to the local department store, however, as government is always right, in our beliefs, we kept it.

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Power plant is in, now to wait for growth!

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Houses are developing! Look at those suckers, moving in to a middle of nowhere town with no road connections! *evil laughter*

Oh and a mayor house and a school appeared somehow.

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