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BVEStation Network News / Happy New Years!
« Last post by YankeesPwnMets on January 03, 2019, 03:59:21 am »
Happy 2019 to everyone here at BVEStation!
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NYCTA Projects / 6 to Pelham Bay Park and 4 to Woodlawn are out now!
« Last post by R160bdude on December 26, 2018, 04:39:55 pm »
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F**k and I was just about to re download it since my hdd got corrupted.
Give me your mail adress I'll send it to you. I'm sorry but I had to take down the links due to some problems going on.
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NYCTA Projects / Re: The State Of The Art Car (SOAC) for OpenBVE is finally available!
« Last post by shark on December 09, 2018, 03:52:28 pm »
F**k and I was just about to re download it since my hdd got corrupted.
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NYCTA Projects / The State Of The Art Car (SOAC) for OpenBVE is finally available!
« Last post by BadriveR142A on November 28, 2018, 04:30:01 pm »
This site is dead as f***, but I promised I will still post my released stuff here.

 Please read before downloading!

Description:
The State of the Art Car (SOAC) Program was initiated by the United States Department of Transportation in 1971 and completed in 1977. The Program was designed to demonstrate the newest rail car technology, such as Director Current Chopper Control, to the older rapid transit systems (New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston and Cleveland). The "new technology" San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit system (BART) was under construction in 1971 (it opened in 1972) when the SOAC project was initiated.

Boeing Vertol was retained as a Systems Manager for the SOAC and related work. Boeing contracted with St. Louis Car Company to build two rapid transit cars based on "BART or better" technology. St. Louis was building R-44 series cars for New York at that time, so an R-44 frame was used for the frame. The cars were extensively tested at the Department of Transportation's High Speed Ground Test Center, Pueblo, Colorado in 1973. The cars were then sent on a national tour in 1974-1975, and visited New York City during 1974 and operated on various lines as follows:

May 17-18, June 14, June 16-20 on the D
June 21, June 23-28 on the N
June 30 - July 5 on the A
July 8-14 on the E
July 15-19 on the D

Key assignments:
7: Side roll signs.

Credits:
The R44 Project Team, since their R44 was used for the SOAC project.

1960s-1970s Lover:
-Interior, exterior (front and underbody), cab and texture modifications.
-Trucks.
-3D Cab (Animated codes, some textures and models taken from the R46 Pre-GOH's cab. Credit to its respective owner Manuel Mejias).

Conversion to HMMSIM is authorized AS LONG AS YOU GIVE CREDITS TO THE RESPONSIBLE DEVELOPER of the SOAC (Me).

Might be updated in the future!

Any questions, or issues to report, feel free to message me on Messenger (Ilia Cnk).

Thanks for downloading and enjoy!

http://www.mediafire.com/file/1c33jexpp83gjh8/State_Of_The_Art_Car_%2528SOAC%2529_%255BNYCTA%255D.rar/file
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Nothing. Lol.
Still waiting.  8)
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whats going on here ?
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NYCTA Projects / Re: (WIP) Official Update Thread for the New-Tech Trains (R142-R188)
« Last post by mememe on October 11, 2018, 08:22:31 pm »
Wow, I am, surprised... I am roblox & openBVE aka notnormol aka Thelamborghiniistheboss
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NYCTA Projects / Re: (WIP) Official Update Thread for the New-Tech Trains (R142-R188)
« Last post by MtaR160 on October 10, 2018, 08:17:42 pm »
Even tho my username doesn't say it....I AM GamingXD lol im just using a old acc that I made before I started YT.
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BVE/OpenBVE Support / Re: objects missing
« Last post by YankeesPwnMets on September 24, 2018, 05:56:06 pm »
Looks like your folder structure is incorrect. You need to make sure you have a Railway folder. Inside your Railway folder needs to be an Object, Route, and Sound folder. Take a screenshot of inside your Object folder
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