TokyoBayshore v1.24

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Bayshore route, Tokyo map mod for ETS2 v1.25

“The Metropolitan Gateway”

Tokyo International Airport is one of the Top 10 Busiest airport in the world and most busiest airport in Japan.

Many of the domestic flights connecting Tokyo to everywhere in Japan from this airport.
This is a first place to visit in Tokyo for many Japanese.

Oi toll barrier build for collect toll from the car across Kanagawa – Tokyo border.
There was one of the bottle neck on Bayshore route before ETC become common.
In addition , after the merge both of Kanagawa and Tokyo toll area, this toll barrier`s role left only few reasons.

The government planning remove the toll barrier until hold Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

DLC Scandinavia and Going East! required.

Credits:
Koutsu

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2 thoughts on “TokyoBayshore v1.24

  1. Harry Hirsch

    Letzte Version 1.23 von rechts zu linkes Verkehr gefixt ? weil Ki dort crasht ! Fehlende Textur gefixt ? Map gehört sonst in den Müll – zu viele Fehler auf der Map

    Last version 1.23 fixed from right to left traffic? because Ki crashes there! Missing texture fixed? Map is one else in the trash – too many errors on the Map

    1. Maybe ,some of the errors occurs by SCS`s original system.
      But, I have received some reports about the mod doing works well.
      (previous v1.2.3)

      And one of the confirmed bug is game crash on intersection.
      I don`t know why its happen, but I found this bug will appear on low specification PCs, especially old on-board graphics users.

      Some In-console(not appears when playing) texture errors caused my development reasons.
      If you found the red-box texture errors, Please show me screen shots or videos.
      I will try to fix the problems.

      Please take care FORGET to install DLC!

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