In the first part of this series we had a good conversation on the star procedure of the game. This procedure ends in the route selection screen, where you need to make the sometimes hard decision which route you like to play today. In its present form it shows the routes, where the latest route added is shown "on top". If you select the route for which you have the saved game, you can press it and continue this drive. This is an much appreciated addition, though by using a grey font colour it took me a while to notice this exists. If you press F this brings up a filter, showing all operating companies: You now can select one and this will reduce the number of routes shown in the route selection screen. The screen has a number of functional issues (remember, I do not care if it looks beautiful or not and yes I am aware about a mod that "fixes" some issues.). : 1. There are no key bindings for actually selecting a route (at least they are not shown). I would suggest at least two: E to continue play the selected route, and maybe S to play the saved game. 2. I did not find keyboard keys to scroll through the list, you need to use the mouse scroll wheel. 3. In the filter you need to select an operating company first, before you you can use the scroll wheel or arrow keys to scroll through the list. This is weird. 4. You need to open a separate screen to select an operating company. 5. The filter we really need is not there: typing a few characters, e.g. typing Ca should bring up Cane Creek and Cathcart Circle. A filter like this exists in the timetable selection screen (we will discuss that one later) and it works fine. 6. I am not sure about the route ordering. Maybe it would be nice to be able to show the last played route on top. 7. It would be good to be able to have a button here to switch profile. I never do it, but if you like to play multiple profiles, it would be nice to have it here. 8. Finally, the main issue. You cannot scale the solution well. The number of routes is increasing fast, so more flexibility is needed. It is OK to have a selection screen for operating companies if that helps DTG to make it easier to get licenses, but it is almost useless to select routes. It may be worth the trouble to have a look at the way TS does route selection. It is far from perfect, but it works more or less and you have some alternatives, e.g. selecting a loco first.