Oklahoma pre-research tips

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Re: Oklahoma pre-research tips

#41 Post by Zippy405 » 25 Oct 2019 20:32

Dulahey wrote:
25 Oct 2019 18:07
You're talking about the current highway designation. Nobody really cares about that. The interest is in the more original path that did follow 23rd street.
Except this is a game based on current roads not historical paths so it entirely matters, and currently it is NW 23rd not US66. It'd be cool to have that part of NW 23rd on there though.
Edit: It was relocated from NW 23rd in March 02, 1953http://www.okladot.state.ok.us/memorial ... /index.htm and removed statewide on April 01, 1985 that's why it's OK66 not US66.

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25 Oct 2019 00:14
Speaking of big casinos, I know there's one right after entering the state from northern Texas via I-35.
You are speaking of Windstar Casino, it is a must have and has a truck stop in it as well.
Speaking of more casinos there is also Riverwind Casino on OK9 east exit(south side of the river) near Norman, OK with a small Loves truck stop across the street.
Newcastle, OK also has a big tower casino just off of I44 near the northern exit, also a big Loves nearby.

Speaking of Loves(Hearts in game), Loves is a family owned Oklahoma company based out of Oklahoma City, OK.
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Re: Oklahoma pre-research tips

#42 Post by KeganATSMCRB » 09 Nov 2019 02:28

In the Oklahoma Dlc I would like to see Moore ,Edmond, or Norman at least as decorations for the Oklahoma City metropolitan area also the national weather center of OK 9 would make me want to buy the dlc sooner rather than later also some new weather types too would be appreciated like for example a rare chance for a severe weather outbreak which would make it more of a challenge to get your cargo from point a to point b and it would make it more interesting because the game isn't so interesting when it comes to weather and it would be cool if you had the radio playing if it could break in if there is a high chance for a outbreak of severe weather.

Also some Ideas for new companies
Oklahoma City
Hobby Lobby - Crafts Store
Scott Rice - Local Commercial Furniture Store
Tulsa
International IC School Bus Plant

News Reporter AI (Locally Linked To Cities That the stations with at least a logo similar in looks

Points of interest
Oklahoma City
State Capital
Devon Tower
KWTV News Station Off Historical Route 66 (Once home to the tallest TV Tower
National Weather Center
Will Rogers World Airport
Tinker Air Force Base
Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center
Oklahoma State Fairgrounds
Stockyards City
Peterbilt Dealer

Tulsa
BOK Center
IC School Bus Plant
International Dealer

Lawton
Fort Still Air Force Base
Cameron University

Interstates
I35
I40
I44
I240 (Oklahoma City Loop)
I244(Tulsa Loop)
State Highways
OK-9
OK 3
OK 7
OK 51
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National Weather Center
National Weather Center
Scott Rice
Scott Rice
A news station off historical route 66
A news station off historical route 66
IC Bus Plant
IC Bus Plant
A picture of the downtown Tulsa area
A picture of the downtown Tulsa area
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Re: Oklahoma pre-research tips

#43 Post by LoaderSaints » 02 Dec 2019 17:41

This is probably quite irrelevant, or maybe not, but if Tulsa were to be included when/if Oklahoma is made it should definitely contain a Peterbilt dealership. Why? Because that's where possibly the most famous Peterbilt dealership is located, the Rush Truck Center of Tulsa, OK, which is known as the base of operations of Peterbilt Steve.
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Re: Oklahoma pre-research tips

#44 Post by Darthyoda714 » 13 Dec 2019 23:41

Bartlesville may not end up being included in the game because of its location and fairly small population, but if it is you need to include the Price Tower in the scenery of the town. It was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and is considered one of his best pieces of architecture, I've seen it in person and its a beautiful building.
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Re: Oklahoma pre-research tips

#45 Post by tbar » 14 Dec 2019 03:06

Oklahoma HWY Patrol Hayabusa

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Re: Oklahoma pre-research tips

#46 Post by KeganMinecraft » 11 Jan 2020 00:44

Oklahoma City got a new turnpike expansion

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#47 Post by Blackspots » 11 Jan 2020 01:25

It's new, and looks to have been in progress for the last couple years
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#48 Post by KeganMinecraft » 18 Jan 2020 04:05

Oklahoma Welcome Signs is another thing that needs to be addressed.

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Here's one of Oklahoma City entering from Edmond OK
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And From Entering Moore OK is just Welcome to Oklahoma City in lettering
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Re: Oklahoma pre-research tips

#49 Post by KeganMinecraft » 18 Jan 2020 04:18

ShirBlackspots wrote:
11 Jan 2020 01:25
It's new, and looks to have been in progress for the last couple years
It opened about a week ago is opened ahead of schedule
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Re: Oklahoma pre-research tips

#50 Post by KeganMinecraft » 20 Jan 2020 16:34

Toll Roads
Oklahoma has 596.7 miles of toll road so the highways that have tolls in the Oklahoma DLC should have toll roads, Because they are a big thing in Oklahoma.
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more clear map with exact locations
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Signs for the toll roads look like this
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Credit KWTV/Griffin Communications
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Credit KFOR/Nexstar Media Group
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Credit NewsOK
and the shields for the turnpikes
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