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Network Addon Mod (NAM) for Windows INSTALLER Version 36

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The Network Addon Mod (NAM) combines all transportation network-related fixes, additions and new creations that have been released so far. It will add countless new features to the existing network tools, such as new overpasses, highway onramps, intersections, ped-malls, a ground light rail network, roundabouts and turning lanes.

This is the Windows version of the Network Addon Mod, featuring an installer.  A Mac version is available here.

NOTE: The file is available directly on the STEX once more, thanks to the benevolent Dirktator!  ModDB also remains available as a registration-free mirror, which can also be accessed here.

Installing over previous versions: If you already have a version of the NAM installed, NAM 36 should be installed directly over top of any previous NAM releases, to ensure that your previous installation options are retained.  A clean install is not recommended, unless you do not already have a version of the NAM installed.  For more information, see here.

Tech Support: Since NAM 36 is now the most recent release, technical support for NAM 35 and earlier is no longer available.

Special Thanks: The NAM Team would like to extend its sincere thanks to all the members of the community for their continued support over the past 13 1/2 years the mod has existed.

 


What's New Version 36


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New features in Version 36--September 13, 2017

  • New FLEX Turn Lanes (FTL) feature added, providing a more intuitive and flexible alternative to the old Turn Lane Extension Pieces (TuLEPs, now deprecated).
  • Draggable Elevated RealRailway (RRW) viaducts added at L1 (7.5 meter) and L2 (15 meter) heights.
  • One-Way Road Signalized Intersection and Turn Arrow Project (SITAP) expanded to cover intersections with FLEX Turn Lanes and Road-based multi-tile NWM networks.
  • Street Addon Mod (SAM) Set 11 - IndustrieSAM by mgb204 added, providing a new, industrial-style Street texture.
  • Draggable Wide-Radius Curve functionality added to all applicable Street Addon Mod (SAM) override networks.
  • RealRailway (RRW) FlexTrack functionality expanded to cover additional setups.
  • R5 radius Multi-Radius Curves (MRCs) added to the Road network.
  • Diagonal FLEX On-Slope Transitions added to the RHW, supporting 1 and 2-level transitions for the RHW-2, RHW-4, and MIS networks.
  • R4 and R5 radii Multi-Radius Curves (MRCs) added to the RealHighway (RHW) system, with support for the L0 RHW-2, L0 RHW-4, and L0 RHW-6S netwoks. Overlap ability also added to the ground-level R2 curves for the RHW, allowing for smoother loop ramps.
  • Diagonal MIS Connection support added to the One-Way Road Roundabouts.
  • Texture glitch fixed with the Euro version of the L1-L4 RHW-6S Type A2 FLEXRamps/DRIs.
  • Minor pathing fix to improve zone access on the TLA-7 network in the Network Widening Mod (NWM).
  • The compression scheme on the NAM Installer has been changed, making it such that the external 7-Zip SFX layer surrounding it is no longer needed.
  • New edition of the NAM documentation started, marking a return to the HTML format used prior to the NAM 31.x releases of 2013. Please note that due to the incredible scope of the mod, and the amount of time to adequately document features, that some sections may remain in an incomplete state.

 




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1 minute ago, Talla 2XLC said:

Whats different with this new Version you uploaded to the one you uploaded 7 Hours ago?

It's exactly the same version. I've just fixed the ModDB link that wasn't redirecting correctly. *;)

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12 hours ago, Cyclone Boom said:

I've just fixed the ModDB link that wasn't redirecting correctly. *;)

I just went there and the only download available is the NAM one. What am I looking for?

Thrilled with the updates.

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1 hour ago, huzman said:

I just went there and the only download available is the NAM one. What am I looking for?

If there is only one download, there is only one file you could possibly need. Since we don't distribute old versions of the NAM, the only available version should be 36 now.

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13 minutes ago, huzman said:

@rsc204: "ModDB also remains available as a registration-free mirror," is this a different file from NAM36?

It's the same file (NAM 36), just a backup place to get it.  The Mac version is only over at ModDB, however, as it's 300MB larger than the Windows version.

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Just to be sure. I already have a version of the traffic simulator configuration tool installed when I installed NAM 34. Is the version of the TSCT that comes with NAM 36 a new one?

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Double decker highway ramps still broken. Cars cant get in them by ramps (the first version allow it, I have recorded it)
Wth dudes... :( (Sorry for the 4k quality of the gifs)

Any way to contact the developers?? Thanks.

after update.gif

before update.gif

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As I mentioned in response to your comment over at SC4D, you're going to need to rebuild the interchange in question.  The DDRHW-4 was lowered to L1/L2 back in NAM 33 (November 2015), and was intended to put it line with the future plans for the DDRHW-8, which needed to be at L1/L2 in order to avoid having to create L3 RHW-8S and L3 RHW-8C networks to accommodate it.

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@iamxtop

May I ask you why you rated the NAM for having an issue with the download? The rating system is intended to tell other users if you like a mod or not. I imagine rating a pairs of shoes bad because the shoe shop is closed. Wouldn't be much helpfull for other customers, I think. Would be curious to know what the two stars are exactly for.

You may try here:

http://www.moddb.com/mods/network-addon-mod/downloads

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On 20/11/2017 at 5:04 AM, mcatt said:

Unable to download. Times out after repeated tries.

It turns out there was an issue with the storage location for the past week or so. I've now corrected this and can confirm the NAM 36 download is back working locally once more. For anyone else who may have experienced time out errors, please try again.

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Ok I have a  Quick question? I can download this on my origin SimCity, and my CD Verizon will not doenload on my PC. What website had a copy I can download to instill this? I was going to Try Steam, but don't want to waste money. Anyone know? Please help thanks 

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17 hours ago, Nexro said:

Bro, does this work in the pirated version?

Simtropolis does not endorse any form of piracy. Also the NAM requires a fully patched version which often calls for a legitimately purchased game.

If having difficulty finding the original CD version of Rush Hour / Deluxe, there are online retailers including GOG.com which sell the game for as little as $5 in seasonal sales. This comes fully updated and is compatible with the NAM from the get-go.

Checking GOG right now as of this post, they're currently having one of those very sales. *:read:

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