City suggestions


#404

Gosh I would LOVE to make a Polish map-pack. Maybe something you’d wanna collaborate on in the next little while? Wrocław and Szczecin sound perfect, and like I said I have a soft spot for the Katowice tramway just because it’s where my family is. I’ve added your Łódź map to the mod in the “extras” folder, by the way!!

Send me a DM if you wanna work on some more maps! :sparkles:


#405

I suggest a map of the city Rotterdam! It is the second largest city of the Netherlands and currently has 5 metro lines expanding over the metropolitan area of Rotterdam-The Hague. Rotterdam is the lagrest port of Europe and the city is therefore formed around its harbour, offering many intereeting bodies of water, with many of the historic harbors in the city center and large modern harbors towards the west of the city. I really hope you guys will add this map, I linked some images to give an idea of the geography :slight_smile:

Map of the port: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/c/c9/OSM_-Port_of_Rotterdam-Botlek.svg/1920px-OSM-Port_of_Rotterdam-_Botlek.svg.png

Map of the city: https://us.123rf.com/450wm/tish11/tish111803/tish11180300014/97388758-map-of-the-city-of-rotterdam-in-south-holland-netherlands.jpg?ver=6


#406

Also, this is the current metro system: https://www.ret.nl/fileadmin/processed/f/3/csm_RET_Metrolijnenkaart_HVHH_JPG_7b24446fba.jpg

And these are the plans for future lines: https://nos.nl/data/image/2019/09/28/580682/1440x1080a.jpg


#407

Hey just wanted to say that I’ve really enjoyed playing your Lodz map. Great fun and really challenging. Keep it up!


#408

Epic port of Lodz for Mini Metro More by the way, although if the description could be translated to English (as its now in polish even on English), that’ll be great!


#409

Polish version:
“Sprostaj problemowi wąskich uliczek szybko rozwijającego się miasta przemysłowego i połącz fabryki siecią różnych tramwajów.”

English version:
“Manage the problem of narrow streets of quickly developing industrial city and connect all factories using combination of different tram types.”


#410

I suggest a map of the city Tokyo, and Hokkaido!
Tokyo - Capital of Japan. There subway is very complicated. and, have a lot of floating population.
https://www.tokyometro.jp/en/subwaymap/ (TOKYO METRO website)

Hokkaido - Japan’s largest prefecture(Todofuken). but, there is have very small metro (Sapporo metro). and have a low floating population - then many train stations are disappearing or train does not stop.

(Hokkaido Shinkansen is still under construction…)
http://www2.jrhokkaido.co.jp/global/pdf/e-route_map.pdf (JR Hokkaido website)

(can you add Hiroshima, Fukuoka, and… Okinawa …?)


#411

Budapest
It is the oldest electrified underground railway system in continental Europe, and is only pre-dated by the London Undergroundhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Budapest_Metro


Metro Network in Budapest


#412

I recommend Nanjing, China.
It’s the host city of the 2014 Youth Olympic Games. It is also a famous historic city in China, with in total 10 dynasties’ governments choosing it as their capital. The Yangtze River flows through the city with two islands in it. Besides, Nanjing has a big lake (Lake Xuanwu) and a big mountain (Mount Zijin) in the city centre, which make the city map unique. If Nanjing is added in MiniMetro, Lake Xuanwu would cost extra tunnels and Mount Zijin would not allow metro lines to get through it (actually this is true in real life).
Sincerely recommend Nanjing.
The screenshot below shows part of the city with Lake Xuanwu and Mount Zijin. The coloured lines are real-life metro lines.


#413

I recommended Pyongyang, North Korea.


#414

Seconded for Pyongyang


#415

How about Newcastle - the Tyne and Wear Metro!


#416

I’d love to see Toronto in the game. We have a plethora of interesting features. There are 10 rivers and creeks in the Toronto area (the Credit River isn’t included in this picture, it would be at the far west/left side), and a small series of islands (bottom centre) which are inhabited and contain a small airport.

Currently our main east-west subway line crosses 3 of the rivers, (including a spectacular bridge over the Don River valley).

https://www.google.ca/maps/@43.6877229,-79.4462558,12.5z/data=!5m2!1e4!1e2

We currently have 3 true heavy-rail subways, plus numerous streetcar (tram) lines, an above ground intermediate-rail line (ICTS), an express heavy-rail line to the main airport, and several rapid-transit heavy-rail lines to the suburbs in the Greater Toronto Area

We also have a 4th (light-rail) subway line scheduled to open late next year, plus more heavy-rail extensions to the existing subway, and multiple light rail projects in various stages of planning or construction.


I envision Toronto in the game being similar to Paris, where there the “base” level is the Toronto Subway lines run by the city (the Toronto Transit Commision, or TTC), with an “unlockable” level of building out the regional/suburban rapid transit commuter network run by the province (Metroliox/GO Transit).


#417

Light Rail Transit,Chong Qing,China,

website:www.cqmetro.cn


#418

Good information thanks for sharing
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