Where we’re at now:
Above: The current status of the city. Population was pretty stable this episode, as we didn’t add any zoning.
Below: The entire region.
Above: The current mass transit situation. Soon we’ll be adding some metro lines to connect with the central business district.
Below: The contour map of the region. I’m particularly interested in the hills just to the left of the central business district, as that will provide a natural limit to the high density area.
Above: The entire region from satellite.
Below: The road layout of the new central business district. This area still needs some mass transit added but eventually it should serve a large amount of high density commercial and office zoning. High density residential will surround it.
Above: Another angle.
Below: Small expansion in the industrial area to accommodate two cargo rail stations for deliveries to the central business district.
Above: New Texas, with the subdivisions detailed with trees. There’s still plenty of space to add more subdivisions along with a lot more low density commercial.
Below: Glamour shots.
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