Colorado Discussion Thread

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#2211 Post by Quark » 23 Oct 2020 00:24

FfBgkP5.png, that is my map Shiva.

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#2212 Post by Shiva » 23 Oct 2020 00:29

Quark, cheers :)
There I do think I see US-285, going north from US-160.
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#2213 Post by Quark » 23 Oct 2020 00:36

Certainly looks like that, yeah. Flight already mentioned it.

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#2214 Post by flight50 » 23 Oct 2020 00:42

@Shiva Yes, US-285 North of US-160 is correct. But US-285 is West of Alamosa. It doesn't run directly North out of Alamosa. Raskol has CO-17 indicated with runs straight North from Alamosa with is incorrect. We don't get CO-17, we get US-285. If you look at Quarks map, there is a jog West of Alamosa in that road which represents US-285.

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#2215 Post by Shiva » 23 Oct 2020 00:54

Ah yeah, you did the reroute, sorry, missed that @flight50 :)
I just saw the cross, ops :)
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#2216 Post by flight50 » 23 Oct 2020 01:24

No biggie. I just didn't want anyone to get misguided by the incorrect roads. If for some reason there are hidden roads and some of those roads indicated do surface, cool. I'd really like CO-13 but it not there right now. If we can get it before Wyoming, that would be nice. But at the same time, that makes a connection off I-70 and if 70 doesn't have connections so that we can enjoy and uninterrupted drive from Grand Junction to Denver, then CO-13 from Rifle to Craig won't come. But I do expect CO-13 North of Craig once Wyoming comes. Lets hope that means we can drive North next Summer.

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#2217 Post by Xaagon » 23 Oct 2020 02:11

I agree CO-13 north of Craig is almost mandatory with Wyoming DLC. With no CO-14 that means the CO-125/127 is out and it's a long way from US-191in Utah to US-287, the next possible road to go north from Colorado. If Rifle is in as a scenic town I'll have hopes that we get CO-13 from I-70 to Craig some day. If Rifle is out, then that portion of CO-13 would also be out.

Edit: I suppose they could run CO-125 up from Granby (near US-40/US-34 junction), but I think that wouldn't be very likely.

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#2218 Post by ThatWeirdTrucker » 23 Oct 2020 02:13

I'm very positive about a release date blog tomorrow.

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#2219 Post by flight50 » 23 Oct 2020 03:06

@Xaagon If SCS gives us the the connection West of Granby, we can go North into Wyoming. Considering CO-13 can get us West of US-287, maybe CO-125 gets us to WY-230W to WY-130 East of US-287. If we get US-287 out of Ft. Collins which almost looks possible, there is no point in taking CO-125 to Larmie, imo. I'd spread it out and go WY-230W to come out East of US-287.

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#2220 Post by JohnMc19 » 23 Oct 2020 04:04

I'd say we are at least maximum 4 weeks away from Colorado release and hoping we get ATS blog post later today. Anyways I've noticed we getting I-76 all the way up to by the look of things to Julesburg and also US-385. In all three maps I've seen people post. Would anyone know what could we be delivery to? Seems quite a distance from Sterling.

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