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

Posted: 17 Jun 2020 06:47
by flight50
I see a few things that could get added in terms of mines to California. Apologies if they have been mentioned. I didn't look yet.

Off CA-58. There is the Rio Tinto Borax Mine. Its the largest in the world. As chemical plants come to ATS, this mine could be worthy of having in ATS.
https://www.google.com/maps/place/Borax ... 5933?hl=en

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Searless Valley Minerals. Another valuable mine off of US-395.

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If CA-14 comes there are wind farms out here as well as a few other mines. This desert also has several cement ready mix places. This all could add life back into California.

https://www.google.com/maps/place/Holli ... 9189?hl=en

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

Posted: 18 Jun 2020 19:44
by angrybirdseller
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-Phoenix Area reworked wishlist add US-60 and AZ loop 202 and Mesa as city which population of 500,000 people. Then relocate AZ-85 further west. Los Angeles is bigger need as Phoenix was done with freeway going around the city in mind

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

Posted: 19 Jun 2020 14:35
by supersobes
@angrybirdseller What does the pink dotted line represent?

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

Posted: 20 Jun 2020 08:02
by angrybirdseller
I-11 interstate freeway if it evers gets built

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

Posted: 24 Jun 2020 00:55
by Blackspots
Where you put Mesa, realistically that would be Apache Junction or the area around Superstition Mountains. That's honestly too far east for Mesa.

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

Posted: 24 Jun 2020 06:20
by angrybirdseller
Mesa pretty large of city in area as Tempe between Phoenix and Mesa. With Oregon Portland and Vancouver were little offset.

It wish list, Still Los Angeles far more priority to work on and fixing the old 1:35 scale segments and remove them. California and Nevada have ways to catchup to Arizona to start with.

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

Posted: 24 Jun 2020 06:42
by flight50
I'm just happy to see that snapshot put US-60 in the right spot. US-60 in the game now is in the wrong spot. Its in the spot that is actually AZ-202. US-60 actually tees into I-10 much further South. I like the density in hat snap shot though.

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

Posted: 28 Jun 2020 06:43
by plinio.lisboa.br
Good Morning!
I just found this kind of company and very peculiar trailers.
The company operates in: Arizona, Texas, Oklahoma, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, New York, Maryland.


Valley Proteins Inc
The company pro­cesses the proteins for pet foods and animal feed and uses the fat for a calorie additive in animals’ diets or in biofuels and fatty acid chemicals.

Product:
Article
https://www.ttnews.com/articles/turning-grease-gold

Map logistic national
https://www.google.com/maps/search/Vall ... 6991,4.95z

Map Arizona.
https://www.google.com/maps/search/Vall ... 8487,15.1z

Street view
https://www.google.com/maps/@35.2938235 ... 312!8i6656

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3 Grease Traps trailers



Truck & trailers.

1.1 mixed trailer (cistern and collector the Bins)
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1.2 mixed trailer (cistern and collector the Bins)
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1.3 mixed trailer (cistern and collector the Bins)
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1.4 mixed trailer (cistern and collector the Bins)
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1.5 Video - mixed trailer (cistern and collector the Bins)



2.1 (fatty) waste collector trailer
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2.2 (fatty) waste collector trailer
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2.3 Image
More details resolution picture. Link: https://www.flickr.com/photos/ohio_moto ... 49100@N07/


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This type of trailer has this iconic operating system.
SCS Software increasingly resolves to include differentiated trailers, this is a good type of trailer! Absolutely different!
However it needs animation to be realistic, and with some keyboard command for the player to trigger.
This video is merely illustrative.

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

Posted: 03 Jul 2020 02:22
by Onagerlinn
@Blackspots Mesa is right where it's supposed to be, between the 87, 202 and 60.

I've never really thought of adding Mesa to a rebuilt Arizona, but if Boise, Nampa and Ontario can all be bunched up together, why not? Them bunched together would be a nice meaty metro area.

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

Posted: 03 Jul 2020 08:34
by angrybirdseller
Arizona be good to refresh with New Mexico housing assets especially Phoenix as it fits the region better than base map housing styles.