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Transit / Re: NJT ALP-45DP's In Service
« on: June 13, 2012, 04:57:20 pm »
NJ Transit ALP-45DP #4503 at Newark Broad Street railfanning part 2 - Train 855 flies out of Newark Broad Street with ALP-45DP 4503. Great propulsion samples as the train literally takes off.

Transit / Re: NJT ALP-45DP's In Service
« on: June 07, 2012, 08:40:17 pm »
Strike my previous comment about the Port Jervis service. lol.

But here's a video of 4503 on the M&E. Train 855. Enjoy:
New Jersey Transit EXCLUSIVE: ALP-45DP 4503 On Head of Train 855 at Convent Station

Transit / Re: Old School R32 (A) Train. 3/23/12
« on: June 07, 2012, 08:39:11 pm »
In case you haven't seen this yet, but this is the official rush hour consist assignments updated for the rolling stock swap between the A and C:

Transit / Re: Old School R32 (A) Train. 3/23/12
« on: June 03, 2012, 08:02:39 am »
I was out there on 6/1, and the balance between R46's and R32's on the A was much more even. I think about half and half.

New York City Subway R32 A Train Departing Euclid Avenue
Railfanning New York City Subway SMS R32 A Train from 42nd Street PABT to Euclid Avenue

Also managed to catch what I believe was an SMS'd Pair. The ride was quite smooth, and I was thankful for the relatively clean Railfan Window.

Transit / Re: NJT ALP-45DP's In Service
« on: June 03, 2012, 07:59:23 am »
for now, the Montclair & Boonton Lines and the Morris & Essex lines will be the ones that the locomotives do runs on. Once there territory is expanded, I would think North Jersey Coast Line would be the next best candidate. After that, we would have to wait for the powers that be to give the all go for revenue service into Penn Station before we see any major changes in where they are put into service. I also heard that the Port Jervis line may be receiving a few since the dual modes are slated to replace NJT's F40PH-2CATs, a lot of which run up that way from Hoboken.

Transit / Re: NJT ALP-45DP's In Service
« on: June 01, 2012, 10:54:12 pm »
anymore in service?
Only 04 and 06 currently, and 04 has been powering the trainset rotation for the last two days. Here's a video of the mode change from electric to diesel at MSU:

New Jersey Transit EXCLUSIVE: ALP-45DP 4504 Changing Modes at Montclair University and Departing

Transit / NJT ALP-45DP's In Service
« on: May 31, 2012, 12:49:09 pm »

Nice =) those could b used 4 the R143s and R160s too  :D

Thanks for the laugh buddy =P

General BVE/OpenBVE / Re: Suggestions for routes. please dont criticise
« on: January 21, 2012, 11:40:34 am »
excuse me but i have a suggestion for certain routes on G.O
(A) 207th street---------168th street
      168th street---------Lefferts Blvd
       Manhattan Local/Brooklyn Express-vise versa
       8th Avenue Local/Fulton Local
       207th street--------Euclid Avenue
       207th street-------- Jay Street-Metrotech
       brooklyn bound via (F).
i wish i could make these but the concept of codings too complicated for me. so im just giving these out

Since the A already exists, you can always read through the route file and cut it off after a certain station to make that your GO routes. You can also utilize the C route for some of the A GO's.

Other Projects / Re: (Y) Line Update Thread
« on: January 20, 2012, 11:51:10 pm »
As a tip, you can always go into the train.dat file and change how the doors operate on the trainset itself. It's different from what your asking, but I'm just making this aware in case you feel like fiddling with that too.
Go to the devices section on the page linked.

2 <--- Open mode (0: The doors are opened automatically, but can also be prematurely opened manually. This is the default. 1: The doors are opened automatically. Manual override is not possible. 2: The doors can only be opened manually.)
2 <--- Close mode (0: The doors are closed automatically, but can also be prematurely closed manually. This is the default. 1: The doors are closed automatically. Manual override is not possible. 2: The doors can only be closed manually.)

You can open the .dat file with Notepad.

Other Projects / Re: (Y) Line Update Thread
« on: January 20, 2012, 04:49:10 pm »
i still dont understand, its too complicated
Go to the "Stations*" and read the entry there.

Then open up the CSV route file for the W express in microsoft excel. Go to cell B-673. you will see the following:

.sta 205th Street;14.3123;14.3130;0;1;0;0;;10;247;\NYCT-W3\205_dep.wav;

It will follow the same format as the BVE2 command box in the website I linked to you. In order to change the times, change the following values: 14.3123;14.3130

The first one is arrival time, the second is departure time. Format is as follows: Hour.minutes seconds. so 7.1330 is equivalent to 7:13:30 (7 o clock, 13 min, 30 seconds).

You should now be able to manipulate the schedule as you please. If you have any trouble, just ask for help.

NOTE the excel cell information I provided pertains to the 205th street station. In order to find the other three stations that have the messed up time, use the Ctrl+F feature and search the first part of the station name that needs to have its timetable changed. So for your particular case, you will need to type in 209th, Bedford, and 197th into the search feature to find the cells with the pertinent coding information. After you chance the timetables with for all four stations, you should be able to run the route without being hindered by the scheduling.

To the community in general: If someone asks for coding help, especially if it's something as simple as changing a schedule in a route, it is only courteous to actually help them instead of throw them a link and hope they can figure it out. Doing that just discourages potential developers from exploring the concept more.   

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