So i've been doing a discovery run to create my own mapping of the ATS map, and i discovered that I-184 actually exist, except seemed to not be signed in the game (not minimap, just the signposts route indicators). Could this be a reason why an I-184 page isn't created?
What's on your mind?
I'm trying to find the interstate signs for New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, and the new California signs and for whatever reason I cannot find them in the files. I kept looking and none of them were in there. Apparently map editor could help me but i have no clue how to use that, does anyone know where i can find these so i can add them to interstate pages on this wiki?
The north part of the state is totally empty...with just one route entering Yellowstone...
I don't think the native language of these games is English as SCS is a Czech company. Which language is actually used for the development of these games?
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On January 25th, 2020, @Technology With Pro created a page on this wiki for the city of Burbank, California, labeled as a scenery town in American Truck Simulator. But on June 13th, 2020, a page titled "Santa Clarita" was also created by him. It, under a different title, represented the very same location in ATS: a scenery town at the junction of SR 14 and Interstate 5.
Through the help of Google Maps, if one checks the locations of the real cities of Burbank and Santa Clarita, they will find that even the northmost boundary of Burbank is miles southeast of the I-5 and SR 14 interchange. Meanwhile, SR 14 leads through Santa Clarita immediately after it intersects Interstate 5, similar to how it runs through a small scenery town in ATS.
For this reason, I think the page for Burbank should be deleted. Santa Clarita was added to this wiki five months after Burbank, and to me, it seems like this was either due to a mix-up, or that Technology With Pro also realized that the junction of Interstate 5 and California State Route 14 is not in the city of Burbank.
What do you say, @Technology With Pro?
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While going through game files I found a section about bus stops and bus jobs. I don't know why this is here. Is it something obvious already in the game, that I never knew existed, or could it be caused by some mods, or could this be for some future dlc? Thanks in advance for any help.
Just downloaded the demo and its fun as heck
Hello, I have an idea to create a Rig'n "Roll site within on wiki. What do you say? Would someone be there to help?
Since then, the game has changed a lot. There are tons of cities that could get a city proper and a metropolitan area article, including quite small ones, such as Hunedoara.
I would prefer to stay consistent, so what do you think? Should we make more city proper pages, or merge the two articles for Paris and Milan?
I have observed how, on pages dedicated to roads here on the Truck Simulator Wiki, the "Cities" list marks only the proper cities the road runs through, those recognized in that World of Trucks game. Scenery towns are often excluded. But should scenery towns and scenery cities really be kept off of the list? On some short, minor state highways, I am sure, the scenery towns are the only locations on the road. Should scenery towns be included on these lists? If not, should separate lists on the highway pages be created dedicated to them?
Whenever I attempt to make even a minor edit inside of an infobox, typically for a city, which contains several photographs in a gallery at the top, as soon as I press "Save," the gallery disappears. In spite of whether the edit was related to the pictures or to something else, the added information always replaces the gallery. Am I alone?
I have accidentally given the wrong title to this image I uploaded:
As it looks like only Admins can rename uploaded files, could you please rename this one to something like "View of Torrelavega"?
Even though there is still a lot to improve on what we already have, I've also thought about what we don't have - wiki pages for mod information.
Currently, we only have pages about the mods itself, but not about their contents. (E.g. we have pages about ProMods or Grand Utopia, but not about the cities and roads in them.)
What do you think about adding such pages for the mods, IF (and only if) it is clearly labelled that the article is talking about mod content?
Please don't delete unless confirmed.
Okay guys the current blog talks about Wyoming's industries which means we will be getting new trailers when it comes out or in the next update.
Here are some of the industries and what trailer is required:
Livestock: Wyoming's chief industry is ranching which means we will finally get the Wilson livestock trailers in ATS which means we might do some jobs on the rodeo circuit be it hauling bulls, moving sheep, transporting pigs and chickens, and moving mustangs for the government or to use them in rodeos we will see what SCS has for us to haul but yes Livestock Trailers are coming.
Petrol Chemicals Industry: Wyoming's second industry is chemicals there are more chemical plants in Wyoming then the rest of the nation most are in Casper, Evanston, Cheyenne, Rawlins, Green River/Rock Springs area, and in Walcott. With this announcement we will get the bulk banana trailers which are currently being used to haul cement and the chemical tankers which means these trailers are now ownable. So yes Banana Trailers and Chemical Tanks are coming with Wyoming.
Oil: Wyoming is home of the Teapot Dome oilfield and Rawlins is home to the Sinclair Refinery we saw this oil company teased in Oregon when they redid Baker and there is money in oil. So yes Oil Tankers are coming out and they might move the Frac Tanks to ownable soon since they came out with Utah.
Railroads: Wyoming is home of two class 1 railroads BNSF and Union Pacific who have their supply bases in Laramie, Cheyenne, Walcott, and in Casper. Besides the ownable flatbeds we own we will get a new one the tilt deck flatbed which is used to move. heavy machinery like a railroad tie gang.
We will see what comes out please leave your comments below here is a link to the article. https://blog.scssoft.com/2021/02/wyoming-industries.html
Hello everyone! I'm new here and saw that the map image of Germany article needed updating today. I made and uploaded the map image of the new Germany, however I had a slight problem. I also wanted the old map image to be featured, however I couldn't get the <gallery> tag work by any means. If someone knows what the problem is, could you please tell it? Also feel free to edit it if you know how to do it! Here is the image I uploaded by the way.
Colorado Gallery needs photos I already got the Amtrak station in Grand Junction I need a picture of a known landmark and you will add it to the list under that city. for Denver I need the fallowing Denver International Airport, Mile High Stadium, a shot of each of the buildings downtown, Ball Arena, Coors Field, Elrich Gardens Amusement Park, and a shot of the Mouse Trap junction.
Just want to tell you that I have written a brief image guide (specific to this Wiki), and added two license options. Hope this help contributors uploading image (and more importantly, ease the work for Technology With Pro and me.
The exact wordings on these may need further discussion though. Feel free to comment in this thread if you have any ideas. Thanks.