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Thread: Cajon Pass automobile traffic

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    Default Cajon Pass automobile traffic

    I'm new here so I don't know if there has been a fix for this or not.

    The cars are driving on the left side of the road. I have the freeware version. Or maybe I have the UK version. :-)




    Roy

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    Default RE: Cajon Pass automobile traffic

    Makes me feel right at home with traffic driving on the correct side of the road, from my UK perspective

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    Default RE: Cajon Pass automobile traffic

    :-) :-) :-) I've driven in the UK and it's scary.


    Roy

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    Default RE: Cajon Pass automobile traffic

    >Makes me feel right at home with traffic driving on the
    >correct side of the road, from my UK perspective

    You may feel right at home, but I've driven in the UK. I think you're nuts, you even drive clockwise in the roundabouts! :+
    ...rich

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    Default RE: Cajon Pass automobile traffic

    Back to the original question: You'll have to go to that location in the RouteEditor and fix the car spawners (blue/white lines). Go to either end of it, select the blue diamond with the mouse, and drag it to the opposite end. Repeat vice versa with the far end.

    The confusing thing is that in the sim, traffic flows into the opposite direction to the direction the blue/white ribbons marking the car spawners move in the RE.

    Lukas a.k.a Swissie

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