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    Architecture and Urbanism, HIghways, Urban Planning.
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    SimCity 4

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  1. Show Us What You're Working On

    Hello! I want to give you a couple tips. When you're doing things like urban planning, you have to think in two things: the form and the function. I think you should look with care on the second one. You have the perfect opportunity to work with road hierarchy, a physical barrier. Think about real life, viaducts in the real world are expensive, so viaducts are used only in few cases, that could be in your case, the avenues. This filters your traffic and allow commerce to grow in your avenues, and avoid the side streets. If you follow that, in the future, you'll need less expropriation for widening roads.
  2. Show Us What You're Working On

    Almost Haljackeyan
  3. The Preference Game

    Hot toddy Judas Priest or Megadeth?
  4. Guess Who's Next V2

    Nah. Maybe it's he now
  5. Show Us What You're Working On

    The usage of the road is 3000 cars, in the morning. It's not that clogged, just well used. I needed that space on the south of the railway because of the highway (and for landscaping ). I did that too because it looks like a viaduct near my home, it links the two sides of the roads near one of the most used suburban rails in Metropolitan Rio.
  6. Show Us What You're Working On

    It's just me or this image is awesome?
  7. Airport and Neighborhood

    Thank you!
  8. Airport and Neighborhood

    Hello guys! This is the latest shot from Bellingham. And this will be the first stop from this entry. Today we will be talking about the airport. These are the three avenues that give you access to the airport at this moment. In red, we have Avenida 8 de Março. Yellow is Avenida Metropolitana Black is D. Pedro II Avenue. A huge infrastructure including a train line (Line D) A elevated station named after the avenue, Carlos Prates Station. And a expressway (Avenida 8 de Março) were created for accommodate the airport and give access to all the city zones. Photo from one of the intersections from Avenida 8 de Março Intersection between Avenida 8 de Março and Avenida D. Pedro II The Terminal station "Aeroporto" is The terminal of the line D of the Train. It was constructed with big parking lots and capacity for another future transit lines, like the Pedro II Avenue Monorail, that will link the airport to Vila Olympia. The airport itself has 2 terminals and a 2km runway. A new neighborhood, a new infrastructure!
  9. Show Us What You're Working On

    New neighborhood, new infrastructure! More In the city journal
  10. Show Us What You're Working On

    @RobertLM78 Hello, I loved your city! It has an GTA feeling, don't know why. You're needing viaducts, especially in the west part of the port. If you use them, there will be no need for the gigantic hills in the port road, and the whole thing will be more nicer to see. In my personal taste, I would use bigger roads present in the NWM (for example, the little trench between the avenue intersection just before the bridge and the roundabout with RD-6), that would smooth the Vanilla feeling and give your city more character.
  11. Can't find it?... Ask here!

    Do anyone know where can I found longer stations for GLR (Well, you know, not for Light Rail, but for a thing like a metro)? I was only able to find for sunken railways For example this one (which I have)
  12. Can't find it?... Ask here!

    Where can I download these terminals?
  13. Show Us What You're Working On

    Major Highway + Airport Highway interchange + End of the collector lane Tomorrow I'll add a canal in the trench. This interchange remembers me Ponte Atílio Fontana in São Paulo https://www.google.com.br/maps/@-23.5137808,-46.7252568,844m/data=!3m1!1e3?hl=pt-BR
  14. Show us your city, road-or transit maps! - 2

    Heey, pretty well done! Nice in scale and well organised. Looks like the additional maps in São Paulo. (Parece que temos um brasileiro por aqui rs)
  15. Show Us What You're Working On

    Redesign and recreate of the Bellingham Subway System: White Markings means that they will expand in the future