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  1. Version 2.0.0

    615 Downloads

    Maxis Highway Override - Concrete Retexture by @Bipin, @rsc204 and @Samerton Information - This mod will replace the textures for the Maxis Highway Override network included in the Network Addon Mod to a concrete texture. Installation - To install this mod, paste the folder entitled "z____Concrete_MHO" directly into your plugins folder. - If you are installing the mod into a custom folder within your plugins, ensure it loads after the Maxis Highway Override itself. - Four optional files are included, please remove any that aren't needed: - z_BTM_Patch.dat For users of the Shinkansen (BTM) mod included in the NAM - z_Moonlinght_Alternate_ELR_Patch.dat For users of the Alternate El-Rail mod included in the NAM - z_RRW_Patch.dat For users of RealRailWay from the NAM - z_JapNAMFL_Overpasses_Patch.dat For users of the Japanese NAM Facelift Mods Overpasses. Ensure this loads after the Japanese NAM Facelift mod itself. Including these files without having the corresponding mods installed may cause issues. - To uninstall this mod, simply remove the folder containing the mod (by default "z___Concrete_MHO") from your plugins folder. Dependencies - Network Addon Mod with Maxis Highway Override installed Special Thanks - Thanks to @MandelSoft for providing the model files for the Maxis Highway Override tunnel entrances - A huge thanks goes to @rsc204 for the new version 2.0 models and fixes - check out other projects by rsc204 here Support - If you're experiencing an issue with the mod, you can find the support thead here: http://community.simtropolis.com/forums/topic/59701-samertons-retextures-development-and-support/ Textures created by @Bipin and Samerton - check out other projects by Bipin here Modded by @Samerton
  2. As with any city builder, gotta show off your highway and road setups! Post your interchanges and intersections! 4 level stack made using the built-in content tools; I posted this originally to the SC4 one, but figured now that I should start a Skylines-dedicated one.
  3. I think highways need some love,and only yet an intersection thread exists,but highways can be beautifull in non intersection segments too! Here you can post any highway related stuff I'll start:
  4. when i try to build a perpendicular onramp on my sunken highway, it ruins the "sunkenness" of the highway...
  5. As you can see on the picture I have made a roundabout in my city. Before that it was a more conventional intersection and it was clogged. With the new roundabout I was observing traffic pattern and saw that 75 percent of the traffic was leaving the main highway, circling the whole roundabout without stopping to go back on the main highway. I have not messed with traffic or lane change mod. The area is well deserved by mass transit and bicycle path. BTW the stretch of the main highway north of the runabout is usable by cars and trucks even if there is none on the screenshot. Anyone has had this problem before ?
  6. Let's design Bel-Air episode 7 - Route 66 part 5

    @Korver - thank you, we are almost done
  7. Isuzu Dealer/Valero

    From the album Pclark06 pic dump

    Part of one of the industrial complexes off the interstate in my 600k region.
  8. I've been trying to figure this out. I downloaded NAM 35 so i could use the highways, but i don't know how to add exits and entrances to the normal SimCity 4 default roads. I recorded a video of what i mean.. Could someone please help me figure out how to do that please?
  9. San Donato

    San Donato Here you have a small town that is close to Torre Canne and San Foca. This village is called San Donato. With this warm climate you get to 42 degrees centigrade there are beautiful beaches with a crystal clear sea. The Church of San Donato of Arezzo The San Donato railway station This village is crossed by the highway A34. You can see the railway network and the high speed. A small industrial area and the beach. A34 highway with A35. Campaign and highway junction Farms To conclude a beautiful olive cultivation COMMENT REPLIES: Torre Canne Marina @GoKingsGo:Torre Canne is a very coveted tourist destination. @JP Schriefer:Thank you very much @Toby Ferrian:I was experimenting with the effects to find the right effect. In effects in some photos the effects are exaggerated. @schokoladeneis 1:I was experimenting with the effects on the pictures @feyss:Too colorful @BLANKBLANK:I was experimenting with the effects. Anyway thanks for the comment. @kschmidt:Thanks for the comment. Even if you do not see in the shots there is a tunnel that connects the industrial area with the city @Takingyouther:Thanks for the comment.
  10. Bridges, Roads, Tunnels !

    Bridges, Roads, Tunnels ! Work on Mayon Province lines of communication´s continue´s. Rather boring, don´t mind if you don´t like RHW ! RHW seems to be quit simple if you have a lot of room. Some time the sollution is easy, often quit difficult. First we have a look at some bridges in Thareau Ville. The´r connecting Thareau with Providence City and Fort Grayon. Local road connection need to be nice and tight ! Another look at the Thareau Ville Nouvelle traffic interchange west of town further developed ! Evans Ville and Sampson Ville tunnel access proofed to be quit a challenge ! Sounds too boring all those highway´s ! Earlier comment mentioned this would become a big metropolis so it will probably be, setting up a town layout is in this way properly planned is one of several one´s of doing ! Traffic isn´t around so it feels somewhat bar cold. RHW free world would somewhat be more relaxing, first putting in one mayor highway would be more natural, for future planning space could allways be reserved; unfortunaly RHW takes up more space than one would like it to be. So more or less the western half of Mayon Province RHW is about finished ! Rural mayon will be maintained in certain area´s of mayon province, hilly terrain obviously won´t allow much development; some of the coastal area´s and the east part will be more rural ! Roghue Island intechange and tunnels ! In between some new developments, One way have been replaced with full RHW highway 55 curved connection ! Hartford and Roghue Island bridge connection ! Strange S like without a interchange how odd, probably a sollution like bellow will ease the congestion ! The Final layout ! Mayon CJ update frequence for the summer will be monthly. Experimenting with sets and details takes a lot of time. Enjoying the summer holiday is in such some other thing not to forget ! Hope you enjoyed this CJ, see you back in the next one !
  11. So, i just installed NAM for SimCity 4 because i saw pictures of the highways and thought they were really cool. Now, i just learned that NAM is MUCH more complicated that i thought. but i guess i could catch onto it eventually. Here's my questions for now. 1.) is there a way to connect a NAM-road to a normal SimCity in-game road? and if so how? 2.) is there a way to connect a NAM-highway to a road? and if so how? 3.) for the NAM highways and neighbor-cities-connection, is there a certain thing i have to do to make the NAM roads or highways go out of the cities and connect to the other boarding cities? Also, are there any tutorials i can follow? most of the ones i found online are outdated.
  12. BATs by Bipin

    This will be the home for all BATs by Bipin, as I'm sure you figured by the title. These won't just be any BATs though, these will be ones centered around a cohesive theme. In other words, I'll be making the BATs that you've always wanted, but never gotten; the essential BATs no one has ever got around to making. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ I'll start off with something that is essential to any city; suburbs. While we have older suburban houses from the 50's up to the 80's, its difficult to find modern houses. So with that, I present to you... I've made all this in 8 hours today, I worked hard! On top of that, this is my first time making anything in 3dsMax, so I hope you like what I've done so far. As a side project, I'm also in the process of creating retaining walls and ramps for FARHW-MIS: Now, none of these are rendered, but there is a reason to that. Whenever I try and download and subsequently run BAT4MAX, the .mzp unzips itself, instead of opening an install prompt, so if anyone has suggestions as to what I can do, let me know. I'm running 64 bit Windows 7. I hope you enjoy my seeing my progress so far, comments, questions and any other concerns are always appreciated!
  13. Entry 3: The Oceanic Highway Belt - Longbeach

    Replies: @korver: I appreciate your comment! I always strive to excel at my MMP work in this journal. @Ln X: Haha, I promise you that the beaches are only going to get better with each little experience I learn. @kschmidt: Thank you! Yes, I am thinking about implementing more ploppable buildings rather than the growable ones into my work. @_Michael: Thanks! This next one will surely elaborate on this theme! @raynev1: Always thankful for your comments! I guess this makes Mistral Isle the #1 place for sim beachgoes around Simtropolis perhaps? @kingofsimcity: Thanks! I am always fascinated with creating idyllic small towns and beaches, those are always themes I like to play around with when I start the game. @Takingyouthere: I agree, I like scaling things to realistic levels. Indeed, one of my focuses on this CJ is realism, both on scale and scene alike. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Continuing along the OHB: Longbeach Greetings to you all! For what it seemed to be a looooong while, I have stopped playing SC4 in order to take a break from a near burnout I was experiencing. But as time progressed, my interest in continuing my CJ had waxed and waned until I was invigorated with the reminder of the reason of starting it in the first place: to share my work with the rest of the community. Additionally, I had a life long goal of actually finishing a region in SC4 and so that only added my excitement in coming back to create again. Without further interruption, I present the next entry in this CJ. Further east from Blythe, we hit the outskirts of Longbeach, a small suburban community that sits along the beautiful beach line south. In actuality, however, Longbeach is part of the greater Birdwater city area, but for this entry we will explore its scenes and views. We hit a local interchange that leads to the original main street of Longbeach. Since then, the community has grown to encompass the surrounding areas in support of the neighboring districts. Main Street. Below Main Street is the beach houses along the shore in the dawn of morning. We keep going along eastward, often taking in the rows of houses and farmland, which has started to recede in favor for more suburban housing. Some more additional interchanges taken from dusk. This is the second interchange, a rather interesting diamond variant unique for this situation. At night... Third interchange along the OHB. Similar angle, but at night. (The Nightshift has begun.) There is always fun in the sun and water in Mistral. (I apologize for the jagged edges on the waterline, for I am not sure how to fix that.) Lastly, here is some more pictures for you to enjoy. Some Additional Info: The next entry after this will be bigger in scope and detail, but will consequently require more time to create, polish and finish. However, I am not very far off from finishing the neighboring city east of Longbeach, and the entry will probably be in during the end of the year, if not next year at January. For you to keep on your toes, I have three teaser shots for what might be hinting in the next entry. *wink* *wink* That will be all folks! - Artimus
  14. Article #3 - Enjoying Jalai

    Article #3 - "Enjoying Jalai" Jalai or Ciudad Costera de Jalai is a touristic city of Metzú Republic. Is situated some 25 kilometres of Wainor City (an important financial centre), and 167 kilometres of capital city, Yuti. Jalai receives many tourists, international and domestic. Jalai has beautiful beaches and colorful avenues and buildings. It has an airport and many international conections. Full Map Population: 33.767 (2017) Metropolitan Area: 36.311 (2017) Main Activities: Tourism, Financial Services Jalai Highlights... 1. Jalai Main Avenue 2. San Roque Beach. One of the most popular beaches of Metzú. 3. San Roque Tropical Forest. Declared a Nature Reserve. 4. Jalai Downtown. 5. Coast Avenue. 6. An other view of Coast Avenue. 7. Jalai Downtown. An other point of view. 8. Aeropuerto Internacional de Jalai. With international conections. 9. Estación Central de Trenes de Jalai. An important train station. Thousands of people transit there everyday. 10. Jalai Suburbs at night. 11. Jalai Downtown at night. 12. Jalai Landscape. We hope you visit our cities, See you on the next article, Stranger.
  15. So Entry II. Since Wednesday I've made considerable progress on I-10 heading south, pretty much reaching the outer expanse of the city. Further to this, I began small amounts of zoning near the Mini'stack interchange which I developed slightly but have yet to complete. Anyway, pictures! I'll start with the zoning development I have begun just North-West of the airport, between I-10 and 16th Street. The image at the top is just some generic industry just off the I-10, sandwiched between E Washington St and E Jefferson St. Looking closer now at the map, each one is in fact one-way so I will likely revisit this later and alter accordingly. The next image is of the residential area that has developed to the north of the industry. I have tried to 'overlap' the industry and residential as much as possible, so many of the areas to the south are a mixture of residential streets and industrial roads, as seen in the second image. Just on the north side of E Washington St I managed to achieve a nice mix of commercial and residential, along with a short woodland path as a divider. Finally, an overview of the current development on that tile, cornered in by I-10 and the Mini-stack. The overview really shows the extent of the industry mixing with the residential. Moving south, I have now fully developed the UPS Car Park to the south west of Runway 08. It really fills in the gap between 24th St and I-10. That covers the extent of construction throughout the city so far, so now on to the progress I made on I-10 heading south out of the city. The progress covers three tiles, so the images below will simply be highlights of the better interchanges. This first interchange is the junction between I-10 and Route 143 (seen at the top) and the junction of I-10 with W Broadway Rd. There are some slight modifications due to proportions but overall I think it turned out quite nicely. Finally, here is the interchanges between I-10 and Route 60, which I am very pleased with. Although it is not an exact replica, it comes pretty close to it and it is possibly the most satisfying junction I have built with the RHW. The junction with S Priest Dr can also be seen at the bottom of the image. As per usual I will wrap up this entry with an overview of the progress made so far. We have currently established 5 tiles, covering the area between the Mini-stack interchange and going right down to Chandler Blvd and the area where the city ends. As always, thanks for reading. Be sure to comment any opinions or criticisms you may have, I'll try my best to address them.
  16. Modern Sound Barriers

    Version 1.0.0

    1,603 Downloads

    Modern Sound Barriers, by Mattb325. --------------------------------------- A set of nine sound barrier lots to grace your ground-level highways, heavy rail (etc): really, these can be placed anywhere you think noise from adjacent transport lots might be an issue for your long-suffering sims. While there are other noise barrier lots out there, I found that some were simply too big, some were too grungy, some didn't have diagonal options and there was a distinct lack of modern-looking barriers, so I made some to suit my own taste. These sound barriers are a modern concrete, steel and glass option. The lots have Orthogonal, Diagonal, Orthogonal to Diagonal and Left and Right Overhanging options. The Ortho->Diag options can be a bit fiddly to place, but you'll soon get the hang of it and to that end each lot has a custom icon to try and make the job a little easier (the standard ortho and diagonals simply have a grey line icon, while the more complex ones have a little picture as well). As a general rule, you should aim to place these lots with the curved glass top facing towards the noise (this has a cupping effect to dampen the noise beyond the wall). They are found in the parks menu - about half way down. Now, depending on your plugins folder they may not be sequential (i.e. other park lots might appear in between) but they will be very closely positioned to each other in the menu. As I made these for myself and designed them to be high-end, nice looking sound walls, they do have a park effect (and associated monthly cost), so if you are trying to keep your city looking grungy, don't use these. While some of you may think that this is very un-realistic, please be mindful that you would only see these sorts of walls bordering nicer residential/commercial/industrial areas in real life, so these lots are designed to stimulate medium to high wealth growth rather than simply being neutral...unfortunately this is the way the game works and to my mind, when modding something with an in-built desirability, it should come with an associated cost. All the lots have been made transparent (and do not suffer the water bug) so that they will blend in with your terrain. --------------------------------------- STATS: Lot size : 1x1 - 1x2 Plop Cost: §40 Occupant Groups: Medium Wealth Park; Civic Park Effect: +15 over 15 tiles Landmark Effect: +20 over 10 tiles Pollution: Air (-)2 over 2 tiles, Water 1 over 1 tiles, Garbage 0 over 0 tiles Power consumed: 0 MwH Water consumed: 5 Gallons/Month Monthly Cost: §5 Bulldoze Cost: §10 --------------------------------------- NOTE ABOUT DARK NITE vs MAXIS NITE: I've never seen a highway wall self illuminate, so there is only one model file: the day version. --------------------------------------- DEPENDENCIES: This file does not require external dependencies. --------------------------------------- To install, simply unzip the contents of this file into your plugins folder. Thanks, and enjoy!
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