Lol. Ikr. I refuse to use C2C. That doesn't work for me. I'd rather wait. Luckily I have finally gained patience with map releases. In the next 2-3 years, we should be at 3 maps a year at the least.
Well this is the US, so you know cities can indeed repeat per state, lol. I know that confuses a heck of a lot of people outside of the US. I am sure there are cities around you up in the MidWest that are elsewhere too.
@rbsanford. Well if Superior is that significant, at the least it should get absorbed by Duluth indeed. If Superior comes, I hope SCS only connects US-2 and leave 535 alone though. That bridge seems larger and I see the issue of Portland and Vancouver all over again. Vancouver is too far North and that makes it too close to Longview. I was an advocate for Vancouver and although its nicely created, 1:20 scale doesn't make it that friendly map wise. Perhaps in the case of Superior, there are no other towns that will need to be marked to cause conflicts like Portland/Vancouver so SCS could stretch it East/South a bit. But if having Superior means more delivery options and Industries, heck yeah I'm in for it.
In regards to no to I-535, US-2 is already in the game in Washington, I don't see SCS removing it. Lets get it from start to end which then makes I-535 obsolete since we can have US-2 get us across to Superior from Duluth. I am learning that scale doesn't work well for two cities split by a body of water. Lets see how SCS with 2 cities with water in between when we get Idaho with Lewiston and Clarkston.
edit: @Shiva. LMAO. I was writing about Lewiston/Clarkston and you beat me before I finished. How I ironic. We where both thinking the same thing my friend.