What’s new – 1st January 2017

Happy New Year! Over the festive period, we’ve been hard at work updating several maps as a result of infrastructure changes, and we’ve just made these changes live. There wasn’t enough time to get very many bug-fixes put in place, but we’ll be working on those next.

Here are the updates:

  • The new Cardiff Central to Bridgend map covers the newly-resignalled Cardiff Central area west to Bridgend. The Vale of Glamorgan route will be coming in a later release, as well as the other routes in the area
  • On the London Bridge map has been updated with the Down Sussex Slow line open, and the 8 Down line taken out-of-use
  • At London Paddington, we’ve updated the map to show the changes to platforms 12 and 13, plus we’ve extended the map to cover up to Ealing Broadway and added the link to the new Crossrail depot
  • The West Drayton to Twyford map has been updated to show the a new turnback siding and provision for stabling sidings at Maidenhead

We’ve also upgraded our infrastructure to cope with the growing number of visitors to the site daily, so 2017 should see an even more robust service!

3 thoughts on “What’s new – 1st January 2017

  1. Thanks for all these and the work that you do. It’s all very interesting.
    A while back, a map covering the Chatham lines from Victoria/Blackfriars was mentioned: it’s a big black hole at the moment and certainly one I would find very useful. Is there any progress?
    Thanks

  2. Hi There,

    I See you have updated the Hayes map for the signals down onto the heathrow branch, but not to include the new flyover at Stockley. Is this intentional? How do you do your updates (scheme plans?). Thanks for the hard work, I do enjoy seeing my designs working in real time

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