Adding Track[edit | edit source]
Open the Tracks menu and click on 'Tracks', then on 'Build'. One after the other, click on the areas through which the tracks are to pass. The planned route is now indicated by a blue line. (*If you want to go back a step, please click the right mouse button) If the planned route runs as desired, confirm it by double-clicking, or by clicking on the 'Confirm' button appearing next to the route. You can build tracks on land, over water and, after changing the elevation, across hills and underground.
Extending existing track[edit | edit source]
By clicking on the end of an existing track, you can extend it from that point.
Building a tunnel[edit | edit source]
Tunnels will be constructed automatically if you lay level tracks across mountains. However, if inclines are gentle, tunnels may not be built in all cases.
Connecting a nearby city[edit | edit source]
If you build tracks which extend beyond the edge of the map, they will connect automatically to the nearest city off the map. Once a nearby city is connected by rail, you can operate trains to and from it.
You can connect nearby cities via level and elevated tracks as well as via tracks that cross bridges. However, you cannot connect them via underground lines.
Removing Track[edit | edit source]
Open the Tracks menu and click on 'Tracks', then on 'Remove'. Click on the track you wish to remove, and it will be removed.
Using hot keys[edit | edit source]
By pressing the space bar, you switch to the 'Remove All' mode, in which you can remove buildings, tracks, roads, trains and buses with just one click. (Note: only active while holding down the space bar) Click on the track you wish to remove, and it will be removed.