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Welcome at Vlietburg
Vlietburg is a fictional commuter city in the southwest of the Netherlands. Situated near industries, harbors and major cities like Rotterdam and Dordrecht. This town contains a rich and dense network of bus lines which transport the inhabitants of Vlietburg across the city and to the main stations.
With two city centers, two international convention centers, an industrial park, a technical university and some recreational areas there is a lot of transport needed. The city is served by HTMBuzz services which run a bus network that contains ten lines that all are running across the city. For those who want to stay up late and like to party there are four-night lines.
Enough variety along the routes: highways, narrow streets, bus lanes, big squares, bus terminals and small country roads.
As a driver for the local bus company: HTMBuzz it’s your job to transport all those citizens along the roads of Vlietburg.
If you have Vlietburg V6 or higher already on your system you only have to download the Vlietburg V6.7.rar. If you have version 5 or an earlier version you have to download both rar files. In all cases you have to download the patchfile.
It's recommended that you play Vlietburg V6.7 with collisions off.
Read the Read Me for more information.
Installing of this map is at your own risk. The builder of the map is in any way not responsible for any damage done to your Omsi installment or any other soft or hardware on your system.
Omsi 2.2 or higher The following payware add-ons: o Hamburg Day & Night
o Vienna (the 2014 version or both new versions (24A & 23A))
o Stadtbus O305
At least 4 GB of Ram CFF Explorer to make Omsi use 4 GB All content from the default map (Berlin) and from the payware add-ons is not included in the download.
Support is given at Word Of Omsi in the ready for download section only. No support by PM or in other sections of the forum. Be aware that I'm not always on line and I don’t live in Vlietburg!! So have patience when I don’t react within five minutes. Due to the fact that the map is not further developed support will be limited.
Vienna is needed for this map. Vlietburg is made with the old 2014 version of Vienna. If you have the new versions of Vienna (you need them both) please use the Vienna objects batch file you find in the Omsi root directory. It copies all needed Vienna files to the right directory.
Repaints & standard bus
The HTMBuzz repaints for the A21 are made by Jokervation. The A21 is made by V3D studio but is slightly altered to suit Vlietburg. Therefore this bus comes in a separate directory.
This will be the last incarnation of Vlietburg. After this release, the map will not be further developed or patched. From this moment on support for this map will be limited.
From September 1ste 2017 onward this map will be public domain and everyone can do with it what he or she likes within the limits of the copyrights of the content of the map.
This map is only working in Omsi 1. You're free to make it Omsi 2 compatible or make any other changes.
This project is stopped and development of the map is not continued.
Here's a brand new version of Spandau Xtreme called Spandau Xtreme Gold Edition. This map contains of three parts. On part 1 you can drive M32, on part 2 you can drive lines M37, 137 and 337 and on part three you can drive the lines 130, 131 & N30. The maps are containing complete overhauled versions of Staaken, Ruhleben and Falkensee.
At this moment part three is offered as seperate download.
Before you start driving be sure you take note of the read me. In there you find valuable information about the installer, which buses you need, where to find some information and the choices you have.
I want close with a big thanks you to:
- All add-on makers;
- David R for doing some testing;
- My mates at the Omsi Staff;
- M&R for making this fantastic bussim
- Jaykea for giving me space to upload my stuff.
New users only have to download the mainfile and the separate part 3
If you have already installed the mainfile you only have to download and install the update and the separate part three.
Problems solved due altered object/splines from another map Problems with fatal error at Havelpark are solved; New busstopsigns at Falkensee and Havelpark; Completely new timetable for the M32; The MB O405N2 by Julian is now running as AI traffic (Havelbus); Some objects are replaced.
Line 337 has now a less tight schedule Traffic lights at crossing Maulbeerallee/Magistratsweg are correctly placed Removed bollard from the highway between Havelpark and Spandau; Problem solved with "impatient" passengers at Falkensee Bahnhof; Traffic lights at Havelpark adjusted so the Man Lion City DD can pass it.
Missing ground texture added; Corrected AI-list
Line 55: An add-on line for Cristian Skytter's New Berlin-Spandau Map
Before i get busy with building my Xtreme maps i was doing a lot of driving. A good part of that i did on the fictional but really fantastic map of Cristian Skytter called New Berlin-Spandau.
In his map Cristian has rearranged Berlin and made a really impressive set of busroutes for his creation.
All that different lines to a lot of directions made this map very playfull. The only thing i was missing was a really long route passing all that places on the map.
Back then i decided to make such a line myself. The result was line 55. So this was my first, succesfull, encounter with the editor.
I lost this New Berlin-Spandau map and my own created busroute out of site until a few days ago i read something on the other forum about it and realized that the making of line 55 was my first Omsi project. So i decided to share it with you.
In meantime Cristian stopped his work on this map. He never mentioned it but i think he was tired of negative attitude on the other forum and was also aware of the limits of Omsi.
But luckily his map is hosted by OZx and you can download it here:
Something about line 55, it's completely fictional of course:
It's a run from Hahneberg to Spandau Waldkrankenhaus. It goes through almost all parts of Spandau and takes about 45 minutes to complete one leg of this route.
I really enjoyed making and driving it and i hope you like my first attempt with the Omsi editor.
Here you find a map of the New-Berlin routes including line 55:
Here you Ibis code: 05500
Route 01: Waldkrankenhaus > Hahneberg
Route 02: Hahneberg > Waldkrankenhaus
Warning: This add-on is not suitable for New-Berlin 1.5, 2.0 or 2.1