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(Offline-Only) Roads With No Traffic Lights 1.5 / 1.2

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This mod adds the roads with only stop signs at the intersections.  



- High Density Street and Medium Density Street with no traffic lights.

- High Density Avenue and Medium Density Avenue with no traffic lights (version 1.1).

- High Density Streetcar Avenue with no traffic lights (version 1.2).

- Major roads and Secondary roads.

- Cars pass pedestrians at the intersections.

- You can add the traffic lights using "Road Upgrade" and remove them again according to your wishes (see screenshot below).

You should save the game after creation of region and restart the game, so you can upgrade the ordinary roads to the roads with no traffic lights.


This mod can help to reduce traffic congestion in the city. 

You need to place a road in a value "a secondary road" at first and then a road in a value "a major road" (It doesn't matter when the road crosses the Avenue).


When you use this mod with the Project Akar by Yayie (http://bit.ly/1ooMyA4), you can find these roads in "Custom Roads".

Thanks to Yayie for assistance in preparing update 1.3 and Banwashere for preparation of icons in update 1.4.




How to install: 

Unzip the files, copy and paste the .package files into your SimCityData folder.


Regional Roads With No Traffic Lights should be used ONLY WITH the main mod "Roads With No Traffic Lights".

What's New 1.5 / 1.2   View Changelog


  • Fixed the problem, when it was impossible to set the Maglev tracks and Elevated Railway;

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It's an AMAZING MOD!!! Just one question, is this available with UniDirectional Networks/UDoN? 

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