|Roadways||Willow Numbered Road System, possibly A8 or A92|
|Nearest Airport||Vegeta Airfield|
|Facts and Figures|
|Population||7? (if counting Conric005)|
|Town Hall Coordinates||-10266, 77, -8796|
|Founded||November 26 2018|
|Renamed||November 25 2018 (estimate, when Seastep lost the claim)|
- 1 Overview
- 2 Laws
- 3 Districts
- 4 Natural Resources
- 5 Transportation
- 6 Franchises in Willow
Willow is a village created by willowars. It was founded in November 2018 at T48, on the Taiga Line. It was previously claimed by Seastep. To the south is Charlemagne and Savage City, and to the north is Borealia. To the east is Chillington and Larkspur, and to the west is the newly founded Twilight, being built.
- All MRT Standards and rules apply. (4 tall tunnels, 3 wide roads except in UD)
- In Unrealistic District, builds may be slightly unrealistic such as houses without all the necessities, 2 block wide roads and sharp curves. Newer builds however, must apply to the rest of the town.
- Residents must have a home in Willow before running for a government position.
Willow currently has 5 districts: The Unrealistic District and the Realistic District. The Unrealistic District is made up of ideas willowars had before joining MRT, such as using iron doors to direct traffic, fence medians, and 2 block wide lanes, known in-town as 2 Block Spacing. The Realistic District is the newer, organized section of land that includes Cobblestone Walls instead of fences, curved turns, 3 Block Spacing, and less medians. Willowridge is a planned industrial district, foobar district will be fully residential, and Midnight District is the last settlement before crossing the border to Twilight.
Unrealistic District (UD)
The Unrealistic District is the first district upon exiting T48 on both sides. It is the first part of the town built by willowars. The station itself is on the border between a Taiga Biome and an Ice Plains Biome. The original owner, Seastep, built only two roads and one building, but was untended for over 5 months and thus became unclaimed. willowars claimed the area and started by building a roundabout and an artery named Willow Parkway. The road W-3 is the only way to access the south of the district, W-1, the west, and W-2, the north.
Realistic District (RD)
The Realistic District is the second district in Willow. It can be accessed by travelling on W-1 West. W-1 West becomes an artery, at B-Road standards through the district. It has roads and wider spaces to build in, and less rugged terrain is present. The Town's gas station is also here, built by mi_aquamarine. Quartz Trail is the shortest road in the district as well in Willow, being 7 blocks long, because Weier had built an apartment into the road unknowingly. Willow Transport Solutions is a road maintenance company that assists in construction of roads and other transport features, such as rail or plane, if players ask for the help. Jupiter Motors is the second company that builds rolling stock for other railways, but if there are no rail companies to buy the trains, Jupiter will commence a rail system itself. This district is the most developed one, having essentials such as fire stations, a school being built, a small commercial area and housing.
Willowridge is an industrial district that will include logistics, depots, and industries. It currently houses the logistics centre for WTS and has a WillowTrans depot. Sidewalks are present in the district and into a cave system that could be built into.
Foobar District (FD)
Named after the default name for stations, this district will be a residential suburb from the town. It is currently the southernmost district from Willow. It has more modern houses and the local roads do not use guardrails or centre lines.
Midnight District (MD)
This is the closest district to Twilight, a town founded by Shanape across a frozen river. This district is planned to have mixed zones, with inustrial, commercial, residential and possibly military regions. It is connected by the W-1 and Services Dr.
Although Willow is a northern town, it exploits mostly pumpkin farming, spruce logging, and mining might also commence on the nearby 6 ravines. Charlemagne to the south has a warmer climate, and there is a farm that helps provide food.
WillowTrans, the name of the bus services are operated by Willow Transport Solutions (WTS) in the town. There is currently one route in full operation, Route 1, and uses the Jupiter Minibys 1A, a boxy, ugly and weak minibus that is used to get from the Unrealistic District to the Realistic District. The rolling stock of WillowTrans is supplied by Jupiter Motors and some models are built by other players, notably Weier. The bus depot is being built in Willowridge and will house most of the operational buses and some prototypes in the depot. The second route heads into Willowridg
Willow has roads that are 2 blocks per lane and 3 blocks per lane, which will be on new roads and existing roads past Ice Lake Street. The roads in Unrealistic District mostly are 2 blocks per lane and have a median made of spruce fence, or cobblestone walls. Main Street Willow is a major artery in the district and many shops are planned to be on it, as well as collector roads and local roads will branch off of it. The roads in Realistic district are all 3 blocks per lane and some have medians while some don't. The roads mostly branch off of W-1, a road with super 2 highway standards with mostly at-grade intersections. New districts such as the Foobar District will include local roads that do not have a centre line and are 4 blocks in width.
W-1 (Willow Parkway)
The W-1 is the first road to be numbered in the Willow numbered road system. It is called the Willow Parkway in the Unrealistic District and is 10 blocks wide for some of its length. The parkway serves as the main road to access other areas of the town. It features iron doors to direct traffic, but ends at Ice Lake Street because of complaints. The parkway intersects with Ice Plains Gate, Main Street Willow and Ice Lake Street before interchanging with W-2, and continues as a 2 lane road into the Realistic District. It intersects with the short Quartz trail and Snow Road. The Realistic Busway is further west, and provides as a point of looping for WillowTrans Route 1. The road heads in a westerly direction into the Midnight District and crosses the Frozen River Bridge into Twilight.
Services Drive is an arterial road that runs parallel to W-1. It becomes W-1A as an extension of W-1 that goes along the Frozen River. As the name implies, this road is where most services are located, if not, they are close. The road gains its name after intersecting with Dark Skies Blvd.
W-2 is a planned highway that heads north and to a new district. There are plans to build it as a limited access highway. It starts from a trumpet interchange with the W-1 and will head north. The road has a diamond interchange immediately after the W-1 at Avenue Road, which leads eastwards into Willowridge, an industrial district with the depots and logistics centres of Willow.
W-3 (Ice Lake Street)
W-3 is a road that connects Charlemagne and Savage City in T47 and T46 respectively. It will allow access to a new district and will be built as a super 2 highway standard road. It is 2 lanes wide for it's length and is known as Ice Lake Street inside of Unrealistic District and provides access to regions south of Willow, such as Foobar District and Charlemagne. It is the longest numbered road in the Willow Road Numbering system, being more than 600 blocks long.
W-5 (Willow Expy)
Formerly called Foobar Road, this is a planned expressway that will bypass most of RD and MD. It begins at W-3 as a 2 lane arterial road and after meeting Hill Line, it changes into a controlled-access highway and heads in a southwesterly direction to Birch Road, then heads in a straight line to a tunnel over Dark Skies Blvd in Midnight District. A ramp off of the south tunnel exit provides access to the W-5 and is a semi-directional T interchange.
Willow has two test Light Rail Lines operated by WillowTrans. Line 1 heads under W-2 and to the WillowTrans Depot in Willowridge. Line 2 travels in a southwesterly direction to Midnight District where the City Hall is.
WillowTrans Heavy Rail
WillowTrans operates a heavy rail line that heads from Willow Central to Midnight North Railway Station. The train used is a J Class S2.