Replacing station is a real headache

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  • #9933
    vinkandoi
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    Feature to add platforms without demolishing station is really needed.

    When a station is demolished, it is impossible to place a station with 2 or more tracks on the same position due to collision error.

    The station has to be build in a different position and the tracks connected to it also have to be re positioned.

     

    #9939
    Yeol
    Participant

    I totally agree. It is not only a need, it is often literally game braking. More then once I had a crash to desktop when I tried to replace a deleted station by a bigger one.  So, a simple upgrade button with platform and track expansion is very welcome. (And I like to see also other upgrade tot the station to convince people to use the train, like a parking lot,…)

    However, if the space needed for the expansion of the station is taken by roads and all kinds of buildings, it is logical that the player needs to clear the planned expansion space, as it is in the real world: buy and bulldoze the neighbouring houses, and expand the station.

    #9958
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    agreement!

    #10010
    strapazie
    Participant

    I agree, even if you just want to replace a station with a newer one of the same size, it just won’t let you place it, you have to delete the rails around it and much more, really annoying^^

    #10017
    Cornughon
    Participant

    I can usually replace a station with the same platform length on the exact same spot. Sometimes I have to bulldoze some surrounding roads and a few houses which are near the station but if I just connect it to the peace of road it was originally connected to I don’t even have to replace the connecting railroads.

    But I agree though, it should be possible to just add/extend platforms without demolishing the entire building…

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