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[REWORK] AZ, CA, and NV public research and rework suggestions.

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Re: [REWORK] AZ, CA, and NV public research and rework suggestions.

#231 Post by Vinnie Terranova » 16 May 2021 18:16

I think SCS looks in every thread. The last post before your post was from March 21st. The other thread is way more active. But in the end the most important thing is not where a thread is located, but what a thread contains.

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#232 Post by supersobes » 16 May 2021 19:47

There are two separate threads for a reason. The other one is more general discussion and this one is purely information for the developers. Since his post is informational, it's in the correct place.

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#233 Post by Vinnie Terranova » 16 May 2021 20:38

Thanks for clarifying; sometimes it can be confusing where to post.

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#234 Post by EurocopterX3 » 21 May 2021 21:41

It has come to my attention that Susanville has been added to California as a scenic town within the most recent blog post about the California Rework. While I am extremely happy to see this being added to ATS, I couldn't help but notice an error or odd choice made when it came to the way the road was built. (https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-SEWhWkqRhGE/ ... 920/11.jpg) For whatever reason, the lane merges into a single lane before Main Street (State Route 36) and Roop Street intersect. This is not at all how the actual intersection looks like at all, in fact, the merge into a single lane doesn't even occur. Rather, the left lane is a one-way turn and the right lane continues into that curve. This can quite easily been seen on Google Maps and for further proof that this is incorrectly designed, here's a video of someone driving through the town. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vatVqdeugSA&t=158s) If this was intentional, I would very much like to know why this was done.

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