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Quote from: Terring7 on September 09, 2020, 01:23:32 AMQuote from: metarvo on September 08, 2020, 08:40:59 AMIt can be an advantage though. Just think of it... a new form of RCI access without conventional road frontage. It will also boost the underground city scene a lot, with the potential for buildings to have underground entrances.Oh boy, functional underground cities The idea of expanding our cities downwards when land is at premium, moving huge transportation systems underground to make some room at the ground level, and even build entire subterranean cities, has been around since a long time and it's not going to leave us anytime soon, from this 1925 prediction......to the Alice City proposed for Tokyo in 1989......to the Earthscraper proposed in 2011 (I think) for Mexico.Mix this new discovery with the underground buildings already made for the game, like these......and we'll have actual underground cities with actual subterranean commute. Endless possibilities I know it's too soon, but I have some questions. Apart from cars, does this support bus and freight truck as well? Can pedestrians use the flexible underground roads too? Can we cross those roads to build underground intersections? What will happen if we cross those roads with actual subways? Will they interfere with them? Can we use this technology to build flexible underground railroads too? If yes, we could build an underground network of freight railroads right under our heavy industries!Keep it up and never stop pushing the limits, folks
Quote from: metarvo on September 08, 2020, 08:40:59 AMIt can be an advantage though. Just think of it... a new form of RCI access without conventional road frontage. It will also boost the underground city scene a lot, with the potential for buildings to have underground entrances.
Quote from: Wiimeiser on March 07, 2021, 02:53:52 PMNeat. Will we be seeing that with MIS as well?
Quote from: Wiimeiser on May 18, 2021, 05:45:12 PMI give up, what's the new piece?
Quote from: Wiimeiser on May 18, 2021, 05:45:12 PMI don't know if that URHW piece would be NAM-relevant...
Quote from: Wiimeiser on May 21, 2021, 06:03:32 PMNice. Will definitely be using this. Ready for NAM 42 I assume?And I still don't know what the previous piece was, I didn't see a single new Flex piece there...
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