WolvHaven Metro

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This article is about the current WolvHaven Metro. For the previous WolvHaven Metro, see City Area Rapid Transit (CART).

WolvHaven Metro
MetroLogo.png MetroM.png
Overview
Owner TransHaven
Locale WolvHaven Archipelago
Transit type Rapid transit
Number of lines: 11 ( 10 in operation, 1 under construction )
Number of stations 41 ( 36 in operation, 4 under construction, 1 disused )
Daily ridership 650 (2017)
Operation
Began operation 2 November, 2013; 4 years ago
Operator(s) TransHaven ( Department of Transportation )
Fried Transportation ( lorem ipsum corporation )
RegioLinQ
Westrans
Sakana Heavy Industrial Transportation
UKRail
Technical
System length 13.1km (8.14mi)
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in); standard gauge
Lines
MetroM.png Metro1.png Metro2.png Metro3.png Metro4.png Metro5.png Metro6.png Metro7.png Metro8.png Metro9.png Metro10.png MetroS.png
System Map
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The WolvHaven Metro is a rapid transit system serving WolvHaven, covering almost every square kilometre of the nation. When the entire system is complete, the system will have 11 metro lines and will serve the 4 islands of the city-state. The first section of the Metro opened during the second quarter of 2014, and was comprised of 4 stations: Palais De Royal, City Hall, Republic, and Nation. However, with the increasing demand for public transportation and the lack of other forms of transportation, the WolvHaven Metro has expanded to 11 Metro Lines, 41 Metro Stations, and coverage on all four islands of the WolvHaven archipelago.


These metro lines are built by the many talented architects of WolvHaven, and are overseen by the Department of Transportation, a major department of the WolvHaven Government, which allocates operating concessions to many rail operators and/or corporations such as lorem ipsum corporation, Sakana Heavy Industrial Transit, RegioLinQ, and more. These operators maintain the train lines, pay the train drivers that drive on said lines, and may also run bus services or other rail services such as the BERT, which complement the train system.

History


With the retirement of NewHaven, the third incarnation of WolvHaven, some time during the last quarter of 2013, city planners brought up the need to have a rail-based urban transit system, to help combat the rising traffic problem in WolvHaven, and to replace the inefficient bus system in place in WolvHaven. However, it was brought up to parliament, that an urban rail transit system could cost taxpayers millions of dollars, take countless man hours, and could possibly worsen the already troubling traffic situation, due to road diversion works. On 1st January 2014, it was ruled that an urban rail metro were to be build, instead of an all-bus public transport system. Though it would be a cheaper option, it was said that it would be an ineffective mode of transport, and a problem that would only worsen traffic in the country.


The entire metro system was developed in stages, the first being the span of track from Palais De Royal to Nation of the Metro Line 1. Opened to the public on 19th January 2014, this 2 kilometre span of track was prioritised by the government to be built, as the line could take many government workers to and fro important buildings such as Palais De Royal, and the WolvHaven City Hall. A month after it was opened to the public, the operation and maintenance of the line was handed over to TransHaven. As of 2018, TransHaven, the Department of Transportation, and many architectural companies have worked hand in hand to create over 30 kilometres of track, over 45 metro stations, and 11 metro lines.

Previous system maps


Infrastructure


Network

The following table lists the WolvHaven Metro lines that are currently operational :

Name and color Commencement Next extension Terminus Stations Length Depot Operator Control Center
MetroM.pngMetro1.png Metro Line 1 19th January 2014 - Palais De Royal
Mechanicsburg
9[1][note 1] 5.98 kilometres (3.7mi) Palais De Royal Depot
Mechanicsburg Depot
TransHaven Department of Transportation Building
MetroM.pngMetro2.png Metro Line 2 Q3 2014 City Hall
Esplanade
10[2] 3 kilometres (1.86mi) Esplanade Depot
MetroM.pngMetro3.png Metro Line 3 11th February 2015 Parkroyal
Esplanade
Marine View
7[3] - Parkroyal Depot
Esplanade Depot
MetroM.pngMetro4.png Metro Line 4 - City Hall
York
8[4] - East River Depot Sakana Heavy Industrial Transit
MetroM.pngMetro5.png Metro Line 5 - City Hall
Esplanade
7[5] - Esplanade Depot Westrans
MetroM.pngMetro6.png Metro Line 6 - City Hall
York
12[6] - East River Depot Fried Transportation
MetroM.pngMetro7.png Metro Line 7 - 10[7] - UKRail
MetroM.pngMetro8.png Metro Line 8 - 7[8][note 2] - Fried Transportation
MetroM.pngMetro9.png Metro Line 9 7th July 2018 Q4 2018 -
Q1 2019
City Hall
Broadbeach
9[9] - Broadbeach Depot ECO Railways
MetroM.pngMetro10.png Metro Line 10 10th June 2017[10] - City Hall
Airport
3[11] - Airport Depot TransHaven
MetroM.pngMetroS.png Bella Vista Shuttle - Bella Vista
City Hall
3[12] - Bella Vista Depot
Total: -[note 3] -

System map


Stations


MetroM.pngMetro1.png Metro Line 1 [note 4]
W O L F M I N S T E R
MetroM.pngMetro1.png Palais De Royal BERT.png
MetroM.pngMetro1.pngMetro2.pngMetro4.pngMetro5.pngMetro6.pngMetro7.pngMetro8.pngMetro9.pngMetro10.pngMetroS.png City Hall BERT.png
MetroM.pngMetro1.png Republic
MetroM.pngMetro1.pngMetro3.png Renaissance
MetroM.pngMetro1.png Admiralty BERT.png
MetroM.pngMetro1.png Financial Centre
MetroM.pngMetro1.pngMetro2.pngMetro10.png La Resistance BERT.png
M E C H A N I C S B U R G
MetroM.pngMetro1.pngMetro4.pngMetro7.pngMetro9.png Northgate
MetroM.pngMetro1.pngMetro6.pngMetro8.png Mechanicsburg

MetroM.pngMetro2.png Metro Line 2
W O L F M I N S T E R
MetroM.pngMetro2.pngMetro1.pngMetro4.pngMetro5.pngMetro6.pngMetro7.pngMetro8.pngMetro9.pngMetro10.pngMetroS.png City Hall BERT.png
MetroM.pngMetro2.png Liberty BERT.png
MetroM.pngMetro2.png Stalingrad
MetroM.pngMetro2.png Sarglia
MetroM.pngMetro2.png SOHO[note 5] BERT.png
MetroM.pngMetro2.pngMetro3.pngMetro9.png Parkroyal[note 6] BERT.png
MetroM.pngMetro2.pngMetro9.png University
MetroM.pngMetro2.pngMetro4.png Dakota BERT.png
MetroM.pngMetro2.pngMetro1.pngMetro10.png La Resistance BERT.png
W E S T F O R D
MetroM.pngMetro2.pngMetro3.pngMetro5.pngMetro6.pngMetro8.png Esplanade

MetroM.pngMetro3.png Metro Line 3
W O L F M I N S T E R
MetroM.pngMetro3.pngMetro2.pngMetro9.png Parkroyal BERT.png
MetroM.pngMetro3.pngMetro4.png Wellborough[note 7] BERT.png
MetroM.pngMetro3.png Lexington Boulevard
MetroM.pngMetro3.pngMetro1.png Renaissance
W E S T F O R D
MetroM.pngMetro3.pngMetro6.pngMetro7.pngMetro8.png Primerose
MetroM.pngMetro3.pngMetro2.pngMetro5.pngMetro6.pngMetro8.png Esplanade
Marine View Branch
MetroM.pngMetro3.pngMetro5.png Marine View

MetroM.pngMetro4.png Metro Line 4
W O L F M I N S T E R
MetroM.pngMetro4.pngMetro1.pngMetro2.pngMetro5.pngMetro6.pngMetro7.pngMetro8.pngMetro9.pngMetro10.pngMetroS.png City Hall BERT.png
MetroM.pngMetro4.png Government District
MetroM.pngMetro4.pngMetro9.png Museum[note 8] BERT.png
MetroM.pngMetro4.pngMetro9.png Central Park
MetroM.pngMetro4.pngMetro3.png Wellborough BERT.png
MetroM.pngMetro4.pngMetro2.png Dakota BERT.png
M E C H A N I C S B U R G
MetroM.pngMetro4.pngMetro7.pngMetro9.png East River
MetroM.pngMetro4.pngMetro6.pngMetro7.pngMetro8.png York

MetroM.pngMetro5.png Metro Line 5
W O L F M I N S T E R
MetroM.pngMetro5.pngMetro1.pngMetro2.pngMetro4.pngMetro6.pngMetro7.pngMetro8.pngMetro9.pngMetro10.pngMetroS.png City Hall BERT.png
W E S T F O R D
MetroM.pngMetro5.pngMetro6.pngMetro7.pngMetro8.pngMetroS.png Waterloo
MetroM.pngMetro5.png Aberdeen[note 9]
MetroM.pngMetro5.pngMetro9.png Broadbeach[note 10]
MetroM.pngMetro5.png Westferry
MetroM.pngMetro5.pngMetro3.png Marine View
MetroM.pngMetro5.pngMetro2.pngMetro3.pngMetro6.pngMetro8.png Esplanade

MetroM.pngMetro6.png Metro Line 6
W O L F M I N S T E R
MetroM.pngMetro6.pngMetro1.pngMetro2.pngMetro4.pngMetro5.pngMetro7.pngMetro8.pngMetro9.pngMetro10.pngMetroS.png City Hall BERT.png
W E S T F O R D
MetroM.pngMetro6.pngMetro5.pngMetro7.pngMetro8.pngMetroS.png Waterloo
MetroM.pngMetro6.png Chinatown
MetroM.pngMetro6.pngMetro8.png Little Italy
MetroM.pngMetro6.png Rochester[note 11]
MetroM.pngMetro6.pngMetro3.pngMetro7.pngMetro8.png Primerose
MetroM.pngMetro6.pngMetro2.pngMetro3.pngMetro5.pngMetro8.png Esplanade
M E C H A N I C S B U R G
MetroM.pngMetro6.png Stadium
MetroM.pngMetro6.pngMetro1.pngMetro8.png Mechanicsburg
MetroM.pngMetro6.png Hillview
MetroM.pngMetro6.png Bohill
MetroM.pngMetro6.pngMetro4.pngMetro7.pngMetro8.png York

MetroM.pngMetro7.png Metro Line 7
W O L F M I N S T E R
MetroM.pngMetro7.pngMetro1.pngMetro2.pngMetro4.pngMetro5.pngMetro6.pngMetro8.pngMetro9.pngMetro10.pngMetroS.png City Hall BERT.png
W E S T F O R D
MetroM.pngMetro7.pngMetro5.pngMetro6.pngMetro8.pngMetroS.png Waterloo
MetroM.pngMetro7.png Waterfront
MetroM.pngMetro7.png Promenade
MetroM.pngMetro7.pngMetro3.pngMetro6.pngMetro8.png Primerose
MetroM.pngMetro7.png Sillonner
M E C H A N I C S B U R G
MetroM.pngMetro7.png Highgate
MetroM.pngMetro7.pngMetro1.pngMetro4.pngMetro9.png Northgate
MetroM.pngMetro7.pngMetro4.pngMetro9.png East River
MetroM.pngMetro7.pngMetro4.pngMetro6.pngMetro8.png York

MetroM.pngMetro8.png Metro Line 8[note 12]
W O L F M I N S T E R
MetroM.pngMetro8.pngMetro1.pngMetro2.pngMetro4.pngMetro5.pngMetro6.pngMetro7.pngMetro9.pngMetro10.pngMetroS.png City Hall BERT.png
W E S T F O R D
MetroM.pngMetro8.pngMetro5.pngMetro6.pngMetro7.pngMetroS.png Waterloo
MetroM.pngMetro8.pngMetro6.png Little Italy
MetroM.pngMetro8.pngMetro3.pngMetro6.pngMetro7.png Primerose
MetroM.pngMetro8.pngMetro2.pngMetro3.pngMetro5.pngMetro6.png Esplanade
M E C H A N I C S B U R G
MetroM.pngMetro8.pngMetro1.pngMetro6.png Mechanicsburg
MetroM.pngMetro8.pngMetro4.pngMetro6.pngMetro7.png York

MetroM.pngMetro9.png Metro Line 9
W O L F M I N S T E R
MetroM.pngMetro9.pngMetro1.pngMetro2.pngMetro4.pngMetro5.pngMetro6.pngMetro7.pngMetro8.pngMetro10.pngMetroS.png City Hall BERT.png
MetroM.pngMetro9.pngMetro4.png Museum BERT.png
MetroM.pngMetro9.pngMetro4.png Central Park
MetroM.pngMetro9.pngMetro2.pngMetro3.png Parkroyal BERT.png
MetroM.pngMetro9.pngMetro2.png University
M E C H A N I C S B U R G
MetroM.pngMetro9.pngMetro4.pngMetro7.png East River
MetroM.pngMetro9.pngMetro1.pngMetro4.pngMetro7.png Northgate
MetroM.pngMetro9.pngMetro10.png Airport
W E S T F O R D
MetroM.pngMetro9.pngMetro5.png Broadbeach

MetroM.pngMetro10.png Metro Line 10
W O L F M I N S T E R
MetroM.pngMetro10.pngMetro1.pngMetro2.pngMetro4.pngMetro5.pngMetro6.pngMetro7.pngMetro8.pngMetro9.pngMetroS.png City Hall BERT.png
MetroM.pngMetro10.pngMetro1.pngMetro2.png La Resistance BERT.png
M E C H A N I C S B U R G
MetroM.pngMetro10.pngMetro9.png Airport

MetroM.pngMetroS.png Bella Vista Shuttle
W O L F M I N S T E R
MetroM.pngMetroS.pngMetro1.pngMetro2.pngMetro4.pngMetro5.pngMetro6.pngMetro7.pngMetro8.pngMetro9.pngMetro10.png City Hall BERT.png
W E S T F O R D
MetroM.pngMetroS.pngMetro5.pngMetro6.pngMetro7.pngMetro8.png Waterloo
MetroM.pngMetroS.png Bella Vista[note 13]

Facilities, Services, and Amenities

Comprising of sections of track that are elevated, underground, sub-surface, and at-grade level, the WolvHaven Metro has over 20 kilometres of track, that connect the citizens of WolvHaven to each other, whilst bringing them wonderful views during their journey. All underground metro stations built before the year 2016 are all equipped to be converted into bomb shelters, in case of a conventional aerial bomb attack. All underground stations are fully equipped to blast cool air through their state of the art air conditioning, while other sub-surface, at-grade, and elevated metro stations are equipped with air dehumidifiers, ceiling fans, and occasionally, blast fans. As a part of a campaign to bring the WolvHaven Metro to the 21st Century and beyond, USB ports and AC power plugs and sockets with international compatibility were installed in most stations. Alongside that, 3G and 4G service are available in every part of the metro system.

Every station is equipped with a first of its kind ticketing system, ticketing machines, a Passenger Service centre, LED or plasma displays that show train service information and announcements. Most metro stations have been fitted with important facilities and amenities such as male, female, and disabled restrooms, payphones, convenience stores, and automatic teller machines. Each station is usually accompanied by a bus stop.

Most metro stations built during the first era of the fourth incarnation of WolvHaven are not equipped with |step-free facilities, such as wider Metro+ faregates , ramps & tactile guidance systems for the elderly and disabled, and tactile paving, thus preventing disabled persons from having convenient access to these trains, and instead have to rely on alternate forms of transportation. Despite the controversy, the government does not intend to equip such stations with step free facilities, as the price of such rehabilitation works could cost up to billions of taxpayer money. However, as of 2018, all metro lines, with the exception of Metro Line 1, have been retrofitted with step-free access for the elderly and disabled, although works are still ongoing to provide metro stations with additional step-free facilities.

Hours of operation

The WolvHaven Metro operates 24 hours daily, with monthly maintenance checks on each line, leaving metro services shut down for a complete day, monthly. However, during moments of extremely low TPS on the server, all automatic metro lines are to be shut down, with commuters being left with three options: commuting via bus, riding the BERT, or on manual metro lines.

Rolling Stock

The following table lists the rolling stock of the network.

Name Supplier Line Cars (per train) Total no. of cars Service commencement Power supply Speed Limit [note 14] Price [note 15]
PM05 Sakana Heavy Industries Metro Line 1 Metro Line 2
Metro Line 4 Metro Line 5
Metro Line 6 Metro Line 7
5 325 12th April 2014 750 V DC Third Rail 35 mBP/T WH$8,125,000.00
PM10 10 200 23rd October 2014 WH$5,000,000.00
PM20 20 720 2nd December 2014 WH$18,000,000.00
SM05 Delino Industries 5 325 23rd February 2014 WH$11,375,000.00
SM15 15 300 11th February 2015 WH$10,500,000.00
SM20 APIA Industries & Manufacturing 20 500 2nd March 2014 WH$17,500,000.00
SM25A MYST Industries & Manufacturing 25 1250 2nd March 2014 WH$46,875,000.00
PM25AM/A Anderson Group Metro Line 1
Metro Line 2
750 May 15, 2016 90 mBP/T WH$22,500,000.00
PM25BM/A 500 30th January 2017 WH$16,250,000.00
PM25CM/A 750 4th June 2018 WH$26,250,000.00
SM15A ECO Railways Metro Line 3 15 7th October 2017 WH$28,125,000.00
SM25BM/A Metro Line 4 Metro Line 5
Metro Line 6 Metro Line 7
Metro Line 8 Metro Line 9
Bella Vista Shuttle
25 May 15, 2016 WH$30,000,000.00
SM25CM/A tonyCORP 300 30th January 2017 WH$12,750,000.00
SM25DM/A World Tech Industries 625 29th July 2018 WH$28,125,000.00
SM37A Metro Line 10 37 555 10th June 2017 WH$27,750,000.00
SM30M/A Metro Line 8 30 600 15 May 2017 WH$22,500,000.00
SM30A/A 450 9 August 2018 WH$18,000,000.00
SM30BM/A 2019 WH$19,125,000.00
SM30CM/A 2020s WH$20,250,000.00

Architecture

The WolvHaven Metro is one of WolvHaven's architectural Treasures. Featuring grand, magnificent and spacious stations (such as City Hall and Palais De Royal), the WolvHaven Metro is one of the architectural achievements of the city. The design of the stations follow closely to the stations of the Pyongyang and Moscow Metro as they are grand, large, spacious and open.

City Hall Station - The "Grand Central" of Wolv Haven

Each station is different in the WolvHaven Metro. The stations are designed by SilverWolv with the help of Green_Adventurer and TheSitherin for the interiors. This gives server citizens opportunities to contribute something to the city and help out as there are usually a lack of opportunities for which users can join the project and help out.

Previous System Maps


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References and notes


  1. Excluding Nation Metro Station, which is currently disused and abandoned.
  2. Excluding Bella Vista Metro Station, as it has been transferred over to the Bella Vista Shuttle.
  3. Excluding duplicating interchange stations.
  4. Excluding Nation Metro Station, which is currently disused and abandoned.
  5. Previously named Central Park East.
  6. Previously named Nationale.
  7. Previously a separate station from Wellborough, named East Rock Hospital.
  8. Previously named South Gate.
  9. Previously named Whitewood.
  10. Previously named Westford Beach.
  11. Previously named Hunter.
  12. Excluding Bella Vista Metro Station, as it has been transferred over to the Bella Vista Shuttle.
  13. Used to be a station on the Metro Line 8, however was transferred to the Bella Vista Shuttle after network overhaul.
  14. Speed is measured in mBP/T, which stands for micro blocks per tick.
  15. WHD, the official fictional currency of WolvHaven, has an equal value to SGD.