This is the City of Jumana. my first project in citiesXL. it was named after my first daughter. The city is still under construction, and perhaps it may never finish; everyday a new idea and new challenges.
with a 1.2M population, Jumana house these people in 20 residential blocks, 3 farming zones, an industrial area and a huge financial avenue.
The project is highly focusing on traffic solutions, with a massive number of highway interchanges, block exits, and three long metro lines.
Below is a few sets of pictures, because pictures explain it better.
Interchanges was carefully built to avoid common "Street-Bridge pillars collision" which I've noticed most of users don't want to waste some time to fix them in their cities. you may see that some of my bridges look funny, let me know in the comments
These are some of them, i have built even more
01 (Tunnel option)
02 (Heart shape exits)
03 (Exits with UTurns)
04 (Exits with UTurns)
05 (Heart shape)
06 - The Spaghetti (a set of 4 interchanges)
07 (3 Exits)
08 (2V2 Hill to Ground)
09 (Curvy heart)
10 (Random 4 bridges)
11 (Heart shape)
12 (Perhaps i was on weed when i designed that bridge)
13 (Circle exit)
14 (Random exits)
15 (Curvy Bridge to ground)
16 (Another heart shape interchange)
17 (very high bridge)
18 (Again and again heart shape )
19 (Curvy bridge exit)
20 (Double lane bridge)
21 (Bridge to hill ground with intersection)
22 (Simple bridge)
23 (Multi highways interchange)
The city planning can be summarized in this map:
Residential 20 (Ancient district)
Farming Zone 01
Farming Zone 02
Farming Zone 03
I tried to copy a real airport design but it's clear that im terrible at airport design
still open for your comments
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My first project, the city of Jumana, named after my first daughter.