City suggestions


BRUSSELS! Belgium (i posted another post about brussels btw)My other post

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I was thinking about Hiroshima, Japan. It has several big rivers going through the middle. So, it will be challenging getting the railway to go across to the other side of the city. For Hiroshima use street cars or trams because (I think) they have the largest street car system in Japan.
Here is the map of Hiroshima for reference.



I also think Yokohama(and Kawasaki), Japan will be a good map too. It doesn’t have a big river but there is a river between Yokohama city and Kawasaki City. Also it has lots of peninsulas and islands around so it will be difficult to get across. I will suggest 6-7 lines because Yokohama station has 6 train companies stoping at the station.
Here is the image of Yokohama for reference.


Barcelona would be a great city! It has an extended metro with 11 lines.


I don’t know if you guys are still taking suggestions for future updates, but… MANILA, PH!

Here’s a map of the planned lines in the Greater Metro Manila area

Note: the teal line is actually a rarely-used ferry-line the mapmaker integrated into the map.

And here’s a map of the current rail transit lines and the rivers in the area (more geographically accurate)



How About (Korea)Busan? Busan has many livers, and Busan City Metro has 6 lines.


+1 to Amsterdam, Sydney, and Chicago.

Each city presents a unique set of challenges.

  • Canals
  • Harbor (north, south side setup)
  • Suburbia sprawl with a loop style city center lakeside


Even as for me being a Malaysian, seeing Singapore added as a map made me envious; why doesn’t Malaysia has their own map?

First, Kuala Lumpur. It is a city of 1 million people but when accounting for the nearby suburbs and townships, it goes up to 8 million people.

Transit map (current and future):

A redesign by Inat (and I highly recommend this consultancy; they’re the closest real life map thing I’ve seen to resemble Mini Metro):

There are lots of current (and future) transit lines which are more than of the max 8 lines, but the ones I wish to see are:

  • Kelana Jaya Line (pink)
  • Ampang Line (Golden-Orange)
  • Sri Petaling Line (Brown)
  • MRT1 (dark green)
  • MRT2 (yellow)
  • MRT3 (grey) [cancelled line, but that doesn’t stop the dream of having a loop line!]
  • KTM Seremban (dark blue)
  • KTM Klang (red)

These lines has a significant ridership and are among the (and some soon to be) important ones carrying people within Kuala Lumpur.

(See post below on geography, cause new users can only create 2 images per post)


Now, geography. The Klang river (the main river) converge in the centre of the city before heading to the Malacca strait (the sea). The Klang river branches a lot into the northern suburbs of Kuala Lumpur.

Rivers go to a branch in the city centre, as seen here:

The map may be preferable to be centered at Kuala Lumpur as thats where all the rivers are at.

Really hope KL gets a shot at this.

Official map (looks like shit) for reference:


The second city I’d like to recommend is:
Georgetown, Malaysia.

Although any transit lines do not exist yet, the city government is very eager to start building.

This map can be presented as a geographical challenge due to the fact that (the richer) Georgetown is located on an island and main transport links come from the (poorer) mainland. Many stay at the mainland and commute to Georgetown by driving via the 2 bridges linking it.

Old map of Penang (including water bodies, and the lack of the second bridge):

Now, there are plans to be trams, metro trains, and monorails under the Penang Master Transport Plan which can be used as a reference for the game:

Current rail infrastructure only includes a regional commuter rail operated by the state railway company, KTM, and a funicular railway operated by the state for Penang Hill. A ferry service is operated from the newly opened Penang Central terminal which is also utilised for taxis and regional buses. This also connects to the main station serving Penang.

A square station on the island (and other special stations ie for the airport) would be interesting to see how players can get commuters and tourists from the mainland while balancing tunnel usage and capacity.


I’d also love to see Boston!

We complain about public transit here endlessly, and I’d like to see if I can do any better.


! There’re some river go through the little city.And some lakes were put around the city.To get to more must upgrade your tunnel or connect more stations to go around the lake.Maybe Nanchang is a good choice.


Helsinki. its the only metro system in finland but you could add Helsinki, Vantaa & Espoo cities together on a map bc we have an route to espoo & vantaa



The Beijing-Hangzhou Great Canal flows across the city,Lake Tai lies in the south,and there are also many other rivers that need a tunnel.
The city already has two metro line running for five years,and two other lines will come in the next three years.As the government planned,Wuxi will build a network consisted of at least 8 urban lines and 4 rural lines,and some papers say that Wuxi metro network will have a connection line for Suzhou.


Hamburg. I mean, just look at this map! I’m actually quite surprised that it has not been added yet.




I suggest Milan, the best underground in Italy, with 5 line!


I would suggest Chicago. You have Lake Michigan inhibiting on the east. The Chicago River spokes in 2 branches a mile west of the Lake. Goose Island is in the middle of the North Branch. And if people advance far enough, the Des Plaines, Fox and Calumet Rivers all are within the Chicago area for more challenging times.


Riga, Latvia? Old city, could make use of the slower, 4-seat cars. Single river, but has a long island and several bay/marina bits.


Hi! I would like to suggest polish city of Łódź, which is called “City of Rivers”. Currently most of them are covered underground and only on suburbs those rivers come out. They flow through many channels. It was big investment to make such an industrial city on top of such terrain difficulties. Here’s map of rivers:

And current tram lines:

Unfortunately there is no metro line in the city, but there are distant plans to do so. And what is unique about those trams? This is the only tram railway 1000 mm wide, where whole Poland uses european standard 1435 mm. It was necessary, because of tight industrial infrastructure, narrow streets and rapidly frowing number of passengers. City in 1800 was nothing more than small village with 400 citizens. In 1920s it has 700k citizens and became 2nd and later 3rd most populated city in Poland.

These are few things interesting from game’s point of view. I managed to run my own map using mod :
These are needed files that you can extract into mod: (6.2 KB)
This can be overall idea of how developers could implement the city into the game. I made it to have many triangle stations, starts with an interchange, can have faster PESA trams later in game and you need to manage distant housing areas on Stoki or Widzew (other districts are: Piotrkowska, Fabryczna, Manufaktura, Bałuty, Karolew, Górniak and Zdrowie).

Good luck and have fun!