So far since TSW2, there has been a decent lack of US/NA routes & locos due to the pandemic and such. And now with the recent roadmap showing some new projects for the coming months, now it's the time to see what these new, upcoming, US/NA routes and locos would be like from the Roadmap. But before that, let's take a look back on what's been done for the North American side for TSW so far, in terms of both Freight and Passenger routes and locos (to make sure that we're all on the same page here). Freight Routes: -Sand Patch Grade (first TSW route since CSX: HH, remastered for TSW2) -C40-8W (first US loco for TSW2) -Oakville Subdivision (first Canadian route) -Clinchfield (first Historic US route) -Cane Creek (first 3rd party US route made by Skyhook) Passenger Routes: -Long Island Railroad -M3 (last US add-on for TSW2020) -Peninsula Corridor -MP36PH-3C -MP15DC -Boston Sprinter (made for Rush Hour) Of course, I would also mention NEC NY with SW1000R and a GP40-2 (only from TSW2020). But since they haven't been preserved to TSW2, so they don't technically count in this summary, unfortunately. (And there will be no further discussions with this either, that's all) Now with the past known contents already out of the way, let's see what new routes and locos have been listed on the roadmap that is gonna be worked on for the next year (depending on progress), and see if it's worth getting them upon release (as of Oct. 5th): Sherman Hill (In Production) One of the most recognizable Union Pacific routes in Wyoming, from Cheyenne to Laramie (hopefully, as the roadmap didn't mention any stopping points). And this route was already made from TS1 long ago, so no surprise that DTG is gonna be making this route, but hopefully, even better. And the Locos for this route are the SD70ACe and the SD40-2 (again for a second time now, let's hope DTG doesn't screw this one up like Skyhook did for Cane Creek). So, I'm hoping this will be a well-made route with these locos included (unless they've subbed in other locos from Peninsula and/or Cane Creek at this point, which I'm sure of it now). Otherwise, it's a missed opportunity of having another new loco on the roster besides the ACe, instead of another SD40. Horseshoe Curve (In Production) Another TS1 classic, and most famed route in Pennsylvania, recreated to TSW2, but this time being created by Skyhook Games (yep, the same 3rd-party team that made Cane Creek also), making this the second 3rd party US route made by them. And this route will go from Altoona all the way to Johnstown, with South Fork included (as part of a Branch I presume). And it will be set in the modern era, so it looks like it'll be the first Norfolk Southern route for TSW as well. Not to mention the locos which are the ES44AC and GP38-2, and we know how Skyhook did with the AC44 and SD40 for Cane Creek, so this should be fun to see as well (and probably no guarantees for a Heritage livery to go with the GEVO too, just saying). [Oct. 14]: And after the BR 187 release (also made by them), I really hate to see how Skyhook is gonna make these locos now. This thread may get updated each time the roadmap has something new added to the list to talk about (but it may get dated pretty quickly, I bet, and not gonna risk necrobumping if that happens). But don't hesitate to have your opinions on this thread. I'm hoping for this to be a continuous discussion when there's something new on the Roadmap (like today). But who knows what the next roadmap holds.