Kano96 and HansJoachim are the creators of this new version. If you want to help, just message one of us.
TestingImportant: If you want to test your intersection in the testbench, it needs to have safe exit blocks, meaning the first block after exiting the junction has to fit an entire train. This is important to keep the results realistic, because otherwise trains could enter the intersection before they are able to exit, potentially blocking traffic or even causing a deadlock. If your intersection already has safe exit blocks included, you don't need to add them, we call this "testing with unsafe output/exits". The exit is defined as the rail signal coming after the last chain signal. Your junction can have multiple exits and each of them needs to have a safe exit block.
There is a new testing map that is more consistent and better shows intersections throughput than the old test.
Set 1 = all directions
Set 2 = straight and crossing only.
Set 3 = crossing only.
Score = ((set1+set2+set3)/3)*(2/lanes)
The practical max score is 110.
All tests are done with LLCCCC trains.
You can download the testbench and read about it Here
The goal for all intersections on here are:
- Easy to place down, (large intersections need to be divided in rotational blueprints)
- Perfectly signaling
- LHD and RHD versions
- Designed for 6 cars
Designed for multiple train lengths is a plus
If you find some errors it would be great to be notified about them.
All the test data is kept in a spreadsheet, which also has a comment linking to a python script that transform the spread sheet into forum post format.