Setting them all at once to the same line makes them run behind eachother. I dont know the effects ingame (as i think the average time of travelling is counted, not the longest single waiting time. So the time for 1 train to complete its line devided by the number of trains running that line. Doesnt matter what the time between those trains is).
But i dont like to see 3 busses or something running behind eachother. its ineffective as the last will just be empty.
trains will ALWAYS try to be one signal behind another, which makes spacing a difficult task. Too many signals over the line, and the trains will be too close together. Not enough signals and they might wait too long on one another. I’d really like to see the trains space out alot automatically if you have a double-track setup with alot of signals on both sides, but i don’t think we’ll see this. It is possible to space out trains but it is difficult to do.
and vehicle maintenance appears to increase infinitely, so eventually it becomes a no-brainer to upgrade
no thats not how it works, real trains operate according to atimetable, which we don’t have in TF.
if you have multiple lines sharing the same track, then you need much more signals and thus trains on one line get jammed up because the first trains has longer loading times than the ones closely following it.
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