Bus transit is big in Spacington. The city has adopted new lines, extended a few, and created a multi-city connection. Not bad, eh? Still not great. The Spacington folks are still only using 40% of the bus transit- 40% of the different routes and overall capacity. We have observed the lines, relocated a few things, but still the number teeters under 50%. Why don’t they like buses? We tried losing the amount of buses for the optimal transit system- LRT -but for some reason Simingtons were even less trilled to use it.
So here is a map of a bus route in Spacington. This great route connects folks to a baseball stadium, local jobs, and residences from all over the top northern tip of Spacington. The route is straight, on major roads and avenues, and connects a slew of amenties in the city. The pink represents pedestrians walking routes, before or after they take the bus. So what do we do? Should there be more bus stops so pedestrians have a shorter walk to catch the bus? (I would argue these walks are short enough, but..)
New bus shelter by one of the city squares.
The ever changing Spacington from above.
Nevertheless, the city is looking and doing great. We’ve added a international airport and new business and travel is pouring in. Let us know your bus thoughts for next week.
Spacington: Want to see previous posts about Spacington? Click on the “Sim City: Spacington” link in the “RELATED” box just below.