Bus Transportation Edit
Significantly cheaper then railway transportation, the Bus system decreases street traffic by offering an alternate option for citizens to commute. Also, the coverage radius of bus stops is significantly smaller than that of train stations, yet is only 1x1 in space compared to 3x3 with rail stations. It is not recommended to build a bus stop on a bridge.
Bus Depot Edit
Required for functioning Bus Stops, the depot is the building that spawns buses to move from stop to stop picking up and dropping off citizens. Costs 16.0kT with an upkeep of 10.0T per month.
Bus Stops Edit
Can only be placed on roads, the Bus Stop is a gathering place for citizens as they wait for the local bus to transport them to a separate stop. Costs 800.0T initially with no upkeep cost.
Routes are is a chain of Bus stops where the buses go.the bus stops also have to be able to drive to the Bus depot.They can be made and upgraded with tickets which are received when buses continue on their routes.
Railway Transport Edit
An expensive yet quick method of transporting citizens around the city. The trains follow elevated or ground tracks above (or beside and below)the roads. Roads don't interfere with tracks unless it is a normal track,which may go on roads.Buildings block both railways. A City Hall is required to build both the Railway Station and the Railways themselves.
Railway Station Edit
Is equivalent to a Bus Stop and serves the same purpose. It has 2 exits which lead to tracks to take the train throughout the city. Costs 6.0kT initially with a monthly upkeep of 5.0T.
Is equivalent to a simple road and serves the same purpose. It connects Railway Stations to each other and can go over water, and roads. Costs 100.0T initially with a monthly upkeep of 1.0T.