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My Train Stations

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  • yea...i have anywhere from 1-3 of each in each city...how do you tell if there being used lol...and whats UDI

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    Use the query tool on each station to see usage (and capacity).

    UDI = U-Drive-It - This feature was added with Rush Hour, so if you have Rush Hour or Deluxe, then you have it. Click on the Sims icon (underneath the Mayor Tools Icon) and then the U-Drive-It icon. The trains are in the land vehicules menu (I think it has a car icon).

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    Wait for at least a month. It takes a month for sims to discover and use new routes. If still, the usage shown is nil, it probably means that either your road network is superior to the rail network, or there is a break in the rail network somewhere.

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