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RHM for urban road

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by sweden8398, Sep 10, 2016.

  1. sweden8398

    sweden8398 Vagabond

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    was surprised that no one has thought about it until now, make available the RHM mod for urban roads and not only for the highway, allowing the hooks of the buildings and remove the guardrail.
    In this way they would have available for the city roads intersections and junctions in large cities that are not always simply to "X" or "T", but often are more complex such as this:

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    with traffic islands and junctions that cross more than four roads and head in several directions (the roadway splits)
     
  2. skullz613

    skullz613 Administrator

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    Guessing you hot linked that imaged?
    20120630123618002_rotatoriaSanGiovanniAlNatisone.jpg
     
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  3. sweden8398

    sweden8398 Vagabond

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    yes, it's just an example....if it is too, delete it...
     
  4. solo

    solo Skilled Worker

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    I tired using RHM for intersections in my city, it looked pretty bad, it would need to be changed quite a bit to work well
     
  5. brendonwright1989

    brendonwright1989 Skilled Worker

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    I find the RHM small road looks much more realistic for residential streets because there is no large pedestrian walkways on either side, though the guard rail is an issue and the intersections get a lot of additional unwanted rails/paths. I agree that a RHM style road would be fantastic due to the freedom of its use & ability to seamlessly create intricate road networks.
     
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  6. skullz613

    skullz613 Administrator

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    I tried using them on a city I was building a while ago and I agree they do look much better. I now use Drazics new American roads that only have stop signs. They have lamps down them though which I find unrealistic in rural areas. He is working on another road at the moment which could help.
    He did mention in a post somewhere about reworking RHM. Fingers crossed he does his magic to it.
     
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