|Facts and Figures|
|Founded||January 2nd, 2016|
January 2nd, 2016: DullesTdt, however he was debating on whether to use it or .is claimed by
Late January: Status Update: Several franchises have moved in, including Waffle House and GameShop.
February 8th, 2016: Downsview is declared in a state of emergency, as the FAF and KIA are currently battling near the town hall. The Downsview Police Department has also stepped in, while SaRO has intervened as well in an attempt to evacuate all residents and travelers to the LoC town Loudoun, further north. MRT service remains okay as of 6:00PM EST.
June 1st, 2016: The mayor is back and progress resumes after the end of the battle.
November 24th, 2016 (Thanksgiving Day): Downsview achieves the [Councillor] rank!
The following are current town projects:
The Downsview Metro is under construction with two stations currently finished, Central/MRT at the intersection of Pearson and Hamilton, and Burlington, on Burlington Parkway. Trains are operated by the Downsview Transit Commission. The first planned line is the.
Several franchises can be found in Downsview, including some that cannot be found in the mayor's first town, known as Loudoun.
This section lists some iconic builds found in Downsview.
Downsview Towers (name subject to change)
The Downsview Towers are a pair of office towers designed after the Petronas Towers in Malaysia. The path between the two office buildings, found on Lewiston Avenue, crosses over the MRT's Zephyr Line tracks, just below, south of station. The office buildings are yet to be claimed as of November 7th, 2016.
Downsview Welcome Center
The Downsview Welcome Center, designed similarly to the Delaware Welcome Center, is meant to serve travelers coming from the into the city. The building is also connected to a large parking lot on Hamilton Street for people who just want to visit the center. The welcome center currently contains a stand for travel information, and 2 restaurants as well as lots of seating, for dine-in commuters.
Downsview has a very small amount of transportation currently, as the town is just sprouting up. All transit is managed by the Downsview Department of Transportation (DDOT).
|DDOT (DVW Dept. of Transportation)|
|Intra-city rail||Downsview Metro|
MRT Zephyr Line - There are no service alerts for the MRT Zephyr Line at this time.
Downsview Metro - Theis currently closed due to construction at Central/MRT to accommodate more passengers for STC connections.
The Downsview Metro is under construction and currently has two open stations: Central/MRT and Burlington. These two stations are the first two stations on the. An interesting fact about all the metro lines is that the tunnels are lit up so you can see your surroundings.
The Downsview Cable Car, operated by the Downsview Metro, is an under construction cable car traveling a very short distance up and down the Great Hill (name TBD) in order to transport people from the top of the hill to the bottom city center.
|CA1||Burlington/Lower||@ Burlington via Underpass|
Downsview is connected to the at Junction 3. The provides service to and from Whiteley, Fort Yaxier, Elecna Bay, and other towns and cities in the south. It is accessed by traveling south down Hamilton Street all the way to the end of the road. Follow signs for .
The only current method of intercity rail to and from Downsview is the MRT at Whiteley is planned.. Future service to and from
|Previous station||Next station|
towards Zaquar via Segville
|Foobar||Venceslo Station |
towards Nippia via Central City