What systems are implemented on the Long Island Railroad in Train Sim World? ATC is implemented (even if in some areas it seems a little off and makes me late). This system I understand - mostly. Then there's the alerter which to me seems like sifa/dsd where it makes sure the driver is still alert. But then there's also a deadman's pedal which can be activated on the fuse panel but doesn't work? Surely it's the same as what the alerter is if it's the same as a deadman's pedal in the UK? Lastly, in a lot of places there's speed limit changes but no speed boards, I understand some of them are to do with the ATC it seems like when crossing switches but I can't find a speed board 2/3 of the time. In real life would the track speed be displayed near the ATC under track speed so that's why there's not many speed boards on the route? I know this sort of thing is down to route learning but in some areas it changes, like in a tunnel, where there's nothing visually changing so how would the driver know where to slow down? This is why I'm guessing there's meant to be a track speed displayed in the cab next to the ATC since the ATC doesn't always mean track speed. TLDR: What systems are implemented in game and how to activate them for the LIRR route vs what systems are there in real life?