Sliver Isle was orginaly just a tiny mountain sticking out. Then the 410 highway was built through the mountain connecting San Franciso Region with the Regal Ridge Region. Today Sliver Isle has developed into the mountain being under heavy terraforming all the time to accomadate the large population demands. The rich from San Francisco moe here in droves because of the easy Bay ferry connections to San Francisco and the Regal Ridge regions. Though Sliver island is quite a wealthy city, the city and senior levels of government have been providing afforadable housing from day one of the transformation of the namesake mountain.
This is north point, it is a major employment zone on the island. The city's stock exchange located right on the waterfront, at the terminus for Brady Blv. (the one way roads)
this is the Lower Cliff District and has the Lower Cliff subway terminal, as its main focus.
South Piers neighbourhood. In Sliver Isle the city founders from the start had a focus on mass transit, and today that message is still strong with over half the population using transit to get to work.
Another view of the South Pier neighbourhood.
A view of South Port, with Brady Blv. in the foreground. The Waterfront and Mountain-View ER lines connect here.
Overview of South Port Area
Picture of the Smitherman International Airport with supporting high tech industries and Sliver Isle's ports.
This is the old town on the mainland, the 410 highway has only 2 interchanges on this side of land.. with none in the old town.
A small upscale neighbourhood, isolated on the northern slope of the island. The mayors house is located in this naighbourhood with a watefront and cliff view.