What is a pantograph?
A pantograph is an electrically conductive device that is mounted on the roof of an electric train, tram or bus and is used to transfer elec...
Why would I want to park a locomotive?
Parking a locomotive will remove the current route it is on. By parking a locomotive you will be able to transport that locomotive to a new ...
What is fuel and spot market?
Fuel is needed in order to operate locomotives driven by diesel, while electricity is needed to power electric operated locomotives.Fuel pri...
What is a government subsidy?
If applied for, the government will provide an extra amount per passenger transported on your routes.The amount is different on different tr...
What are fare dodgers?
Like in the real world, there will always be people not paying for tickets. These are called fare dodgers.You can limit the number of fare d...
What is the point of changing tracks while routing?
When you create a new route, more than 1 track may be available.If you change track, other stations or destinations may become available.
Is it possible to build tracks?
Currently it is not possible to build tracks, but this feature will be added later, allowing for custom routes and destinations.
Not all countries are available!
Implementing all countries will take some time, but we are working on it.
What is the point of setting "Out of Service"?
If you for some reason do not wish to depart a specific train, you can change its state to "Out of service". This will prevent the train fro...
What is sand used for?
Sand is used in trains to increase traction between the wheels and tracks, especially in slippery conditions like wet or icy tracks.
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