Started by 1993matias, March 23, 2020, 08:29:53 AM
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Quote from: 1993matias on March 23, 2020, 08:29:53 AMThe year is now 1953, I imagine they shouldn't spawn at all any more?
Quote from: freddyhayward on December 05, 2020, 01:56:25 AMIf distribution weights are always relative, couldn't the amount of horse carts be reduced by increasing the distribution weights of motorised cars?
Quote from: TheRoadmaster1996 on December 05, 2020, 02:45:55 PMWhat about the Amish? In Pennsylvania and Ohio, there are still Amish communities (though not many) and they still use horse and buggies not to mention Mackinac Island in Michigan where there are no cars allowed on the island (except maybe emergency service vehicles like ambulances) but even the town cops use bikes and sometimes snowmobiles in the wintertime. When I was there two years ago, they were offering guided tours of the island like the fort from the War of 1812 on buggies, or you can walk or bike ride. If anyone is in that part of the world, I highly recommend visiting Mackinac Island. It is a neat place with a lot of history.
Quote from: Vladki on December 04, 2020, 07:02:19 PMIsn't it caused by the fact that in simutrans a horse cart is considered to be a private car? And that if you increase the amount of private cars you increase the amount of horse carts as well.So the timeline of increasing private cars should be in sync with reducing the distributionweight of horse carts. And If I read those numbers correctly, distributionwieght is constant between 1935-1954, while amount of private car increases fro 3 to 25 % (for mid-class). So to keep the number of horse cart declining there should be "new" horse carts at 1935, 1945, 1950, and none since 1955; with distribution weights maybe about: 8, 4, 1.