The Konawan flag
A picture of Konawa taken over the Central Konawa district.
|Town Councillors||JohnNotTech, QueenSmae, Earack|
Konawa West |
|Bus||Senger Transit Centre|
|Nearest Airport||Horizon National Airport|
|Facts and Figures|
|Town Hall Coordinates||-3181 65 -6154|
|Founded||11 July 2015|
|Recognized as town||19 April 2016|
|Official Language(s)||English, Japanese|
|Post codes||KN9 ###|
|City Phone Code||917-xxx-xxxx|
Upon being founded on 11 July 2015, a park as well as an information center were built. In the following days, more roads and some modern, new buildings were built by a collaboration of Soleurs and _Kastle. Over time, construction has come and gone in bursts. In August 2015, the town was qualified for councillor status, and construction came to a multi-month standstill. At this point, the city hall and several businesses had been constructed. Two buildings were left unfinished: a half-built house and a restaurant. In February 2016, construction began again, with the complex now known as Prater Park being built, featuring the Inn and the Great Flower, over 70 blocks in diameter. Also completed was the Daikanransha ferris wheel and the restaurant structure, now the local 150 Central Park. The unfinished house was torn down and replaced with the Konawa Fire Department. Construction also commenced on the Sonamu in what is now the Mountain District. In April 2016, a new house was built in the Tomorrowland District as well as the Great Arch, and the commencement of construction in the Mountain District. Houses built in the sides of hills and mountains were created and put up for sale. On 19 April, the city was promoted to mayor status. The city doubled in size in just 3 short months, and after a failed attempt at Senator in June, was promoted to Senator status on 18 August 2016 alongside its neighbor Lanark. In September 2016, Soleurs decided to put in an application for Governor to receive feedback on what he should do to improve his city. Konawa was awarded Governor following this on 11 October 2016. Soon after, Soleurs contracted _Kastle to build him an airport. In November 2016, the Horizon National Airport, along with its connector road, the , was completed. In December 2016, the connection to Snowtopic via the was approved, and the began serving Konawa. In April, 2017, construction on the second terminal began. In addition, the Senger Transit Centre opened under Tomorrowland to create a bus hub in Konawa.
Konawa is situated in three biomes: an oak forest, a spruce forest, and a taiga. The oak forest houses the Tomorrowland District, as well as the and its adjoining park and ride complex. Horizon National Airport is also situated in this biome. The taiga houses the headquarters of the ruling nation, the Plurinational Democratic Republic of Konawa. And the spruce forest biome houses the remainder of the city. Mostly a hilly area, Konawa has adopted a nonconventional method of town-building, focusing on respecting the flow of the natural landscape, with trees, hills, and ponds common.
Konawa is divided in to several districts.
The Tomorrowland district is the southernmost district, located in the oak forest and primarily constructed by deputy mayor _Kastle, housing modern-style buildings, mainly residential homes, and the Senger Transit Centre bus hub. The A90 and the A90-H run in this area. Currently accessible from the Anaheim Bridge via Main Street in Central Konawa, and from Lanark by Barrett Boulevard to the A90 Park & Ride, and the A90 itself from Armada, Lanark, and points beyond.
Central Konawa district is the central area of Konawa, housed across the river along Main Street and Rogers Road. The MRT station, as well as the city hall and major monuments are held in this area. Streets in this area include Main Street, Mordan Avenue, and Rogers Road.
The Mountain district is the northernmost district, located in the hills north of Central Konawa. Currently home to the Room Where It Happens inn and tavern, the B17 road connection to Lanark, and the Lillian Disney Amphitheatre. Originally planned to be a district of houses and businesses housed inside hills and mountains, this plan was shelved when B17 was constructed. The remnants of this district's concept are the Sonamu currently under construction as well as a couple of houses. Rogers Road provides access from Central Konawa and Tomorrowland, while Lamon Lane/B17 connects to Armada, Lanark, and the other districts.
Fowler Gardens is the diplomatic district of Konawa. Fowler Gardens is home to embassies from other cities on the MRT, as well as the Great Konawan Pagoda, a symbol of peace and unity throughout the server and the world. Access to this area is available via Sailaises Street from Central Konawa, and Treiber Trail from West Konawa.
West Konawa is centered around C109 station and is home to some of the newest developments in town, as well as the B17 connection to Armada, and the A89 connection to Whitechapel.
Konawa is served by all manner of transit options, with many more forthcoming.
, signed as the Turley Pike from the curve north of Spruce Plains through Konawa, is accessed via the , the , and soon through new developments in West Konawa. The road provides a high-speed direct connection to Whitechapel and the . This provides Konawa with access to Central City, Laclede, Ilirea, Vermilion, and Kenthurst, among other destinations.
, signed as the Ketcher Expressway from its terminus at to in Lanark, is accessed via Main Street in the south of the city, in the Tomorrowland District. The road provides high-speed direct connections to other major arteries like , , , and . This provides Konawa with routes to Nippia, Achowalogen Takachsin, Covina, and Liten, among other destinations.
, signed as the Perkins Freeway, doesn't directly connect to the city, but is operated by the Port Authority of Konawa & Lanark as part of the Horizon National Airport. The is the only road access offered to the airport. It can be accessed via the from the A90 Park & Ride and the Ketcher KIT station, or via the .
, signed as Lamon Lane within Konawa, is accessed via Rogers Road in the north of the city, in the Mountain District. The road is a more slow-paced alternative to its cousin to the south. The road links the city centers of Armada, Lanark, and BirchView to Konawa.
Konawa is served by the Horizon National Airport. Please see the airport's wikipage for more detailed information.
|Number of Lines/Shuttles||5|
|Number of Stations||17|
Konawa is served by its own metro system, KIT (Konawa Interior Transit) Metro. KIT has four lines:, , , and .
|Station||Location||Metro Transfers||Other Connections|
| Garner Street
||Garner Street, south of C109 station, West Konawa|
|Fowler Gardens - Diplomatic District||On Cho Court just south of the Great Pagoda, Fowler Gardens|
|Sailaises Street||Sailaises Street south of Roughton Road, Central Konawa|
|Nihon Park-C110||Beneath Nihon Park off Main Street, Central Konawa||Konawa|
|Mordan Avenue||End of Mordan Avenue past Rogers Road, Central Konawa|
|Previous station||Next station|
| Armada Quasar
|Konawa|| Lanark West |
| Laclede Airport Plaza
| IntraRail Republic Express
Horizon National Airport
Horizon National Airport