I would like to suggest a must need for TSW which is the LIRR. The LIRR is North America’s busiest commuter rail. The LIRR has 10 branches but what I would like to suggest is mainly the Ronkonkoma, Babylon/Montauk and Port Jefferson branches. They are the three biggest branches and use combine diesel and electric service. The LIRR runs 3 trains, the M-7 EMU, M-3 EMU, and the DE/DM30AC. They have 3 terminals, Penn Station, Atlantic Terminal Brooklyn and Long Island City. Jamaica Station can also be considered a terminal because a few trains terminate there and is also known as the “transfer station” because of the 10 branches 9 serve Jamaica. Terminals: The LIRR has 2 main terminals which is the famed Pennsylvania Station and Atlantic Terminal. Long Island city is not used as frequently during the day but some trains due terminate there. If your branch is running to Atlantic Terminal but you need to switch to a Penn bound train, the LIRR makes it easy and both trains arrive in Jamaica at the same time and right next to each other to make a fast transfer. The same goes on the way out to the Island, if your onboard a Hempstead bound train which normally originates in Atlantic Teminal and want to switch to a Huntington bound train, they both arrive parrallel to each other in Jamaica. Branches: The LIRR’s many branches are all significant in their own way but the 3 primary branches are Ronkonkoma, Babylon/Montauk and Port Jefferson which use the main line and all other branches with the exception of Port Washington branch off from these 3 lines. They’re very scenic and have lots of grade crossing and run quite frequently everyday. A “shift” mode would be great so you can have a primary schedule for the day and you complete each assignment one after the other. Trains: The LIRR runs 3 trains, the M-7, M-3 and the diesel locomotive DE/DM30AC. Each trains are very significant in their own way and if made correctly, they can be the best content in TSW ever made. The audio for these trains like the horn and motor sounds are just breathtaking to hear every time your near a train. The M-7’s come with an automated announcements program which plays station announcements from a GPS that picks up a nearing station. The engineer simply has to put the route number in and it’s done. I’m hoping my proposal will be the start to many more LIRR content being made and soon I hope you all like this post and more will come soon.