Landmarks[edit | edit source]
The known landmarks of Carson City are the Carson City Public Building and the St. Charles Hotel (in-game name: St. Thomas Hotel).
To the west of the city, there is the Lake Tahoe with an accessible shoreline settlement called Stateline.
Features[edit | edit source]
Connections[edit | edit source]
Carson City is connected to other cities by four roads:
- The bypasses Carson City and runs to Reno to the north, concurrent with US 395.
- The runs to Lake Tahoe in Stateline to the southwest and Austin, Ely, and Utah to the east.
- The runs to California to the north and south and connects Carson City with Bishop and Los Angeles, California (the latter city via the ) to the south and Reno to the north, concurrent with I-580.
- The runs from US 395 south of Carson City through Yosemite National Park to Oakdale, California to the west.
History[edit | edit source]
In the initial version of American Truck Simulator, the began at an at-grade four-way junction in northern Carson City.
In update 1.5, which changed the map scale from 1:35 to 1:20, a half-trumpet interchange was added as a connection from the freeway to the at-grade four-way junction.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
See also[edit | edit source]
|Cities||Carson City - Elko - Ely - Jackpot - Las Vegas - Pioche - Primm - Reno - Tonopah - Winnemucca
Scenery Towns: Austin - Battle Mountain - Beatty - Carlin - Currie - Denio Junction - Goldfield - Indian Springs - Lages Station - Majors Place - Mazany Creek - McDermitt - Owyhee - Panaca - Rachel - Stateline - Wells - West Wendover
|Highways||Interstate 11 - Interstate 15 - Interstate 80 - Interstate 515 - Interstate 580|
US 6 - US 50 - US 93 - US 93 Alternate - US 95 - US 395
SR 140 - SR 225 - SR 305 - SR 319 - SR 374 - SR 375 - SR 376