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A harbor and cruise ship, one example of transportation in Cities: Skylines.

The different modes of transportation are suitable for different purposes, and together make it possible to build a dense network of public transportation across your city. The budget of each mode of transportation can be adjusted separately in the Economy menu.

Contents 1 Bus 1.1 Players observations 2 Metro 3 Train 3.1 Passenger trains 3.2 Cargo trains 4 Tram 5 Ship 5.1 Cruise ships 5.2 Cargo ships 5.2.1 Cargo hub 6 Cycling 7 Plane 8 Taxis 9 Interaction 10 Trivia 11 External links 12 References

Bus[edit]

Bus stops are free to place, however the maintenance cost of the bus system will be related to the number of buses in operation. The number of buses per line is primarily based on the line's length and can be modified to a limited extent by increasing or decreasing the bus system's budget. Every bus has a capacity of 30 citizens.

Additionally, while you have the Bus Stop tool selected, you may:

To remove an entire bus line, find a bus from the line you want to delete, left click the bus, then click Modify Line, and in the next window click Delete Line, This can be done from either the normal city view, or whilst viewing the Transportation Info View. Citizens can be seen waiting at bus stops. Both unused and overcrowded bus stops are indications of a failure in the public transport system.

Buses can form cheap and effective transportation links, however care must be taken. Buses stopping may block traffic (especially with standard two lane roads), including other buses. While there are exceptions, bus lines should always return along the same path- lines that do not may force people to drive in one direction (as they cannot take a convenient bus route back).

Players observations[edit]Metro[edit]

Metro stations can accommodate two trains at the same time if they are traveling in opposite directions. Direction is determined by the station order on a line. Connecting multiple metro loops through a common station with trains traveling in opposite directions can be an effective way to interchange passengers. Conversely, overlapping lines traveling in the same direction can cause metro congestion.

Generally speaking, a metro station will not handle more than 2 lines passing through each platform without becoming congested. If the metro station is a terminus station (that is, the line ends and metro trains reverse out the way they came) then you should avoid having two lines terminating from the same direction, however if they terminate from opposite directions the lines will use both sides, eliminating congestion.

As with buses, metro lines should always come back on themselves, stopping at the same places (but going the other direction) so that people can return the way they came. When developing metro lines, which are generally more expensive (and thus require pretty high capacity) it is important to remember that citizens travel to and from work places (industrial, offices and retail), retail opportunities and recreational places (parks and monuments). As such lines that link together residential areas are generally less utilized.

You can change the color of the Metro lines by opening the transportation overlay (not the build menu) and clicking on either the trains or directly on the route.

Train[edit]

Passenger trains and cargo trains can share the same tracks and even pass through the others' terminals on their routes.

Similar to roads and metro tunnels, train tracks can have traffic congestion problems if too many trains are using the same rail line at the same time. When your track becomes too congested, cargo and passengers may fail to reach their destinations. You will therefore need to be careful when placing junctions on heavily used tracks, taking into account many of the same traffic considerations as with road intersections. A few steps can be taken to help avoid rail congestion. Separate lines can be made to accommodate freight and passenger trains, bypass lanes can be made around stations, and when building junctions, it is best to make it long enough for a full train (14 cells for passenger trains, 18 cells for cargo trains) to fit on so that if it is stopped, trains behind it going to a different location can pass unimpeded.

Passenger trains[edit]

Passenger trains can also be used to move people around between interconnected train stations within the city. To do that, you need to create train lines similar to bus lines or metro lines. You can edit the train lines by selecting a train belonging to that line and clicking the Modify Line button on the info window. It is useful to give each line a different color. Like buses, passenger trains will be painted the same colors as the lines they service. Each passenger train will have a capacity of 240 citizens, the largest capacity of all public transport.

Cargo trains[

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trioBike taxi: a couch on wheels

Urban mobility is not only for young and dynamic people living in cities, for trioBike mobility has no age.

We designed the new trioBike taxi to fulfill the dream of Cycling Without Age, which is the right for everyone to feel the wind rush through your hair. We contribute to the leading international movement where volunteer pilots offer bike rides for elderly. Since 2012, this has given all ages the opportunity to enjoy the sense of freedom, the wind rush through your hair and to enhance quality of life in ways only a bike ride can offer. Learn more about Cycling Without Age here.

The new trioBike taxi is easy to ride, maneuverable and comfortable, designed to be practical and stylish at the same time. It’s primarily designed to carry adults, especially elderly people. With 90 cm of inner width, the passenger seat is among the most spacious on the market. Its ergonomic design ensures a very relaxed sitting position as well.

Accessibility for everyone

Furthermore, the box-module also has an easy and ergonomic access. The removable middle plate allows people with walking difficulties to sit down easily on the seat without having to lift their feet, securing a safe entry and exit.

Danish design & quality

trioBike taxi is not a simple taxi bike, it’s a couch on wheels. We designed it focusing on the comfort of the passengers, inspired by some of the most iconic Scandinavian furniture. The front box is made in bent plywood by our German supplier, the same of famous design furniture such as Hans Jørgen Wegner, Ray & Charles Eames and Tadao Ando. Furthermore, the seat is manufactured in Denmark by the same company producing the cushion for Arne Jacobsen’s Egg and Swan. Therefore, you can expect a soft and comfortable seat, which is ea

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