Hi everyone, I am back with my second route suggestion for TSW2! I hope this one is more polished, as I believe this route could really belong in TSW2, and it would add a new level of transit to experience. Link Light Rail: Northgate - Angle Lake About the Link Light Rail: The Link Light Rail is a 24 mile long rapid transit system, serving 19 stations in the Pacific Northwest state of Washington. The Link's first service of the day begins at 04:15, with the last beginning at 01:30, the following morning. In total, the Link makes 140 trips Northbound, with 125 of those trips being full services stopping at every station. The Southbound direction receives 122 trips daily, with 114 of those trips being full services. The Link's rolling stock consists of 184 Light Rail Vehicles (LRVs), of 2 differing models. The line's operating speed peaks at 55 MPH (89 KMH), and follows a 2 track standard gauge route, with 1,500 V DC overhead catenaries feeding both tracks. TSW2 - The Route: The route for Link Light Rail consists of 19 different stations, 9 of which are underground, 5 at-grade, and 5 elevated stations. In addition to this, the Link has a dedicated maintenance facility in the SODO district of Seattle. A full list of the services run by the Link Light Rail can be found here: https://www.soundtransit.org/sites/default/files/documents/schedule-link-light-rail.pdf TSW2 - The Rollingstock: Now comes the star of the show, the rollingstock. Kinkisharyo 70% Low-Floor LRV The Series I fleet consists of 62 Kinkisharyo 70% Low-Floor LRVs. These LRVs are often run in 4-unit long consists during peak hours, and are designed to reach 58 MPH, while able to accelerate at up to 3.0 MPHPS/decelerate at up to 3.0 MPHPS. The units weigh 51 tons when empty, and are designed to fit up to 74 passengers per unit. More precise information can be found here: http://www.kinkisharyo.com/main/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/ST.pdf Siemens S70 Low-Floor LRV The recently implemented Series II fleet brought 122 new Siemens S70 Low-Floor LRV units to the system. The information available on these units is either not yet available or may be incorrect, as Siemens has not publicly uploaded a reference sheet for the Link Light Rail specific models. However, all other variants of this model are able to exceed 59 MPH at lower voltage than the Link system provides. Information on different North American LRVs by Siemens can be found here: https://www.mobility.siemens.com/gl...t-rail/light-rail-vehicles-north-america.html Additional Photos/Media: Tukwila Station U District Station during construction (now finished and operational) Mount Baker Station Sound Transit's Operations and Maintenance Facility Pioneer Square Station Conclusion From top to bottom, the Link Light Rail would be a fantastic addition to TSW2. The Link Light Rail would be a nice DLC for many reasons. The simplicity of the dual track system with 19 stops and limited services would make it a relatively easy route to take on, without being completely void of challenge. The architecture that the stations present proves to be eye candy at every stop, whether it's 80 feet below surface level, at-grade, or towering over a neighboring freeway. The Link Light Rail is a beautiful testament to the Pacific Northwest's creativity and innovation all in one trip, and for that it would make a great piece in Train Sim World's collection.