Where are the high speed trains?

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  • #5557
    fabian
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    Passengers trains go 140 km/h max? There is a locomotive going 200 km/h but the passenger wagon is going 140 max. Only cargo trains can go 200?

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    #5563
    mineral
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    There are passenger waggons doing 200 km/h, like the Einheitswagen IV (late game). Other than that theres only the high-speed trains like the tfv going up to 300 km/h

    #5567
    fabian
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    Ah alright, didn’t see the 200 one yet. Thanks

     

    #5568
    CursedDarkus
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    Cargo can go 200kph? That seems unrealistic, doesn’t it?
    I have never seen a cargo train go that fast to be honest.

    #5603
    Decrayer
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    The game really needs more vehicles. But on the other hand side it forces you to make interesting choices. Should you really buy the locomotive that came go 200 if you don’t have any wagons that can go that fast? And you also need a big and long track, otherwise they will not reach and profit from the high speed.

    #5615
    jorgenRe
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    What we really need are those Maglev trains which have been tested to run at 501 km per hour!! so yea those i do really want which is why i’m planning to maybe look into modeling the one from china 😉

    ATM there are comercially running maglev trains so theres nothing unrealistic about adding them atleast by the devs, which i’m fairly certain will add them in a DLC

    #5622
    Decrayer
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    Maglev trains are only useful when connecting big distances. That’s one of the reasons we don’t have them in europe. And in the game, my tgv doesn’t even reach the 300 in between two cities if I don’t build a special track with no intermediate stops from one corner of the map to the other.

    #5625
    jorgenRe
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    @Decrayer Yea and when bus lines gets more efficient and people starts to actually use them more frequent those large distance trains will prove more useful.

    Also if people could plan a route between several lines it could help alot too 😉

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