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Cosnicu
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Public transport in YN

Postby Cosnicu » Sat Sep 18, 2021 5:39 am

Transport, the ability to get from point A to point B in a timely manner, is interustung as a topic. Here are a few forms to fill out if you would like to do so. Discussion is welcome as well.
Motor vehicles:
Code: Select all
[b]Does your nation allow for privately owned vehicles?:[/b]
[b]If yes, is it common to own a car or other vehicle?:[/b]
[b]Does your nation have a road system in place?:[/b]
[b]If yes, what is its quality?:[/b]
[b]Does your nation operate any public bus lines?:[/b]
[b]If yes, are they a controversy in your nation?:[/b]
[b]What is the quality of these lines (if they exist)?:[/b]
[b]Does your nation contain or allow for private transport companies to operate busses or other motor vehicles?:[/b]
[b]What powers motor vehicles in your nation? Select all that apply and feel free to elaborate:[/b]
Gasoline/petrochemichals:
Hybrid:
Electric:
Hydrogen fuel:
Natural gas:
Diesel:
Other (please specify):
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Rail travel:
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[b]Does your nation have a railway system?:[/b]
[b]If yes, what is its quality?:[/b]
[b]Is rail controversial?[/b]
[b]Is the rail system (if it exists) state-run, privatized, or operated by both government and private companies?:[/b]
[b]Do Amy cities in your nation operate any high-speed rail line(s)?:[/b]
[b]If yes, is it government run, privatized, or mixed government and private operation?:[/b]
[b]What is the quality of the high-speed rail system? (If it exists):[/b]
[b]Is high speed rail controversial in your nation?:[/b]
[b]is high speed rail used exclusively any specific groups? (Wealthy, government, military personnel, etc.):[/b]
[b]What is rail used for in your nation? (if it exists):[/b]
[b]What powers your nation's rail system? (Feel free to select all that apply and elaborate if desired)[/b]
Gasoline/petrochemicals:
Hybrid:
Electric:
Hydrogen fuel:
Natural gas:
Diesel:
Other (please specify)

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Watercraft:
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Urban transport:
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Air travel:
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Does your nation have air travel services?:
Is air travel controversial?:
What is the quality of air travel in your nation?:
Are citizens allowed to own aircraft in your nation?:
Is air travel privatized or government owned?:
Are commercial airlines allowed to use your nations airspace?:
Are private pilots allowed to use your nation's airspace?:
What powers aircraft in your nation?:

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Cayians
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Postby Cayians » Sat Sep 18, 2021 5:46 am

Does your nation allow for privately owned vehicles?: Yes, but only if you have a permit and have a degree in driving
If yes, is it common to own a car or other vehicle?:not common, most people use buses or just walk.
Does your natiin have a road system in place?:yes
What is its quality?:89/100
Does your nation operate any public bus lines?:around the capital. yes
If yes, are they a controversy in your nation?:no
What is the quality of these lines?:100/100
Does your nation contain or allow for private transport companies to operate busses or other motor vehicles? yes
What powers motor vehicles in your nation? Select all that apply and feel free to elaborate: mostly diesel. but the teslas are getting popular.
Gasoline/petrochemichals: 76%
Hybrid: 9%
Electric:6$
Hydrogen fuel: 67%
Natural gas:0
Other (please specify): Helium: 10%
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Radiatia
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Postby Radiatia » Sat Sep 18, 2021 5:57 am

Does your nation allow for privately owned vehicles?: Yes, of course.
If yes, is it common to own a car or other vehicle?: Yes, outside of very large cities most Radiatians own a car, or a snowmobile and helicopter ownership is quite common too.
Does your nation have a road system in place?: Yes, although different types of roads are maintained by local, state or federal authorities.
What is its quality?: Generally good but it does depend a little on where you are. Roads in rural areas tend to be less well-maintained than in cities, while road quality through much of the northern states lacks the quality of the roads in southern states due to rough terrain and climate (i.e. they can only be maintained in summer due to heavy snowfall).
Does your nation operate any public bus lines?: The government doesn't, but there are plenty of private companies who do.
If yes, are they a controversy in your nation?: Not really, although some companies have a seedy reputation and a few have one-star reviews.
What is the quality of these lines?: Oh wait, by 'lines' did you mean 'lanes'? If so the earlier answer is 'not nationally, but some cities have them'.
Does your nation contain or allow for private transport companies to operate busses or other motor vehicles? Of course. I mean, Joe Taxpayer is hardly going to pay for such services.
What powers motor vehicles in your nation? Select all that apply and feel free to elaborate:
The vast majority are powered by fossil fuels (which is still cheap in Radiatia, given that its an oil-producing nation), although hybrid vehicles are growing in popularity. Electric vehicles don't have the range to really be a viable option in a country as vast as Radiatia and as such are more of a novelty than a serious option.

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Pulsroth
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Postby Pulsroth » Sat Sep 18, 2021 4:43 pm

Does your nation allow for privately owned vehicles?: Yes
If yes, is it common to own a car or other vehicle?: Cars are reasonably common possessions across Pulsroth, although not as common within the cities. In the Eastern mountains and the extreme northwest, the deep snow in winter makes using a car difficult, so many people get around on skis instead.
Does your nation have a road system in place?: Yes, a rather extensive one.
What is its quality?: In major cities, road quality is very good, and the same is true of the wider metropolitan areas. In rural parts of the country, road quality varies from poor to reasonably good.
Does your nation operate any public bus lines?: Bus lines exist in most towns and cities throughout Pulsroth, although they're usually privately run.
If yes, are they a controversy in your nation?: N/A
What is the quality of these lines?: In smaller towns, they often have significant funding from private enterprise, and so they are high quality. Within the cities, metro systems and commuter rail tend to receive more support than bus lines, so they tend to be lower quality in such areas.
Does your nation contain or allow for private transport companies to operate busses or other motor vehicles?: Yes
What powers motor vehicles in your nation? Select all that apply and feel free to elaborate:
Gasoline/petrochemichals: [X] (Around 15%)
Hybrid: [X] (Around 76%)
Electric: []
Hydrogen fuel: [X] (Around 9%)
Natural gas: []
Other (please specify): []
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Postby Thermodolia » Sat Sep 18, 2021 5:07 pm

Does your nation allow for privately owned vehicles?: Yes
If yes, is it common to own a car or other vehicle?: In the more rural areas yes
Does your nation have a road system in place?: Yes, the road system is mostly maintained by the Federal and provincial governments with federal subsidies for roads.
What is its quality?: Very good.
Does your nation operate any public bus lines?: Yes, the provincial and local governments operate many bus lines.
If yes, are they a controversy in your nation?: No
What is the quality of these lines?: Depends on the province or locality. Some lines are ok while others are terrible, most of the more wealthy areas will have better systems
Does your nation contain or allow for private transport companies to operate busses or other motor vehicles? Yes though this is limited to taxi services, and long and medium haul bus service. Short haul, and Transit bus services are required to be publicly controlled. Rideshare systems are Federally illegal
What powers motor vehicles in your nation? Select all that apply and feel free to elaborate:
Gasoline/petrochemichals: [X] 51%
Hybrid: [X] 14%
Electric: [X] 7%
Hydrogen fuel: [] 0%, Hydrogen Fuel Cell and hydrogen fuel technology is currently banned as being determined to be unsafe
Natural gas: [X] 28%
Other (please specify):
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Postby Dexterra » Sat Sep 18, 2021 6:34 pm

Does your nation allow for privately owned vehicles?: Yes
If yes, is it common to own a car or other vehicle?: Not everywhere, and not all the time. Things in cities and suburbs are generally pretty close to each other, so most people ride bikes or walk when the weather is milder in the late autumn and winter, but more people drive as warmer weather sets in. Cars are annually common in rural areas that are sparsely populated and have farms, manufacturing centers and isolated private residences
Does your nation have a road system in place?: Yes, a fairly sprawling but environmentally careful one
What is its quality?: City and suburban road qualities are generally ranked highly, while rural roads are generally of moderate to high quality
Does your nation operate any public bus lines?: Yes, and all buses are fully electric
If yes, are they a controversy in your nation?: No
What is the quality of these lines?: Generally ranked moderate to highly, some residents want more funding for them
Does your nation contain or allow for private transport companies to operate buses or other motor vehicles? With the proper licensure and clearance
What powers motor vehicles in your nation? Select all that apply and feel free to elaborate:
Gasoline/petrochemichals: outlawed
Hybrid: de facto outlawed
Electric: ✓
Hydrogen fuel: ✓
Natural gas:
Other (please specify): solar power
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The United Colonies of Earth
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Postby The United Colonies of Earth » Sat Sep 18, 2021 8:26 pm

Does your nation allow for privately owned vehicles?:
Yes.
If yes, is it common to own a car or other vehicle?:
Not especially. Only about 49% of Colonial families have at least one vehicle.
Does your natiin have a road system in place?:
Yes.
What is its quality?:
Highly variable on the whole, but 95% of it is paved.
Does your nation operate any public bus lines?:
Individual subplanetary governments operate public bus lines, yes.
If yes, are they a controversy in your nation?:
Sometimes, especially when they are set up on planets whose economic policy encourages detached housing and whose tax policy tries to subtly discourage nonhumans from living there.
What is the quality of these lines?:
Also variable. Some are shitty gestures at the poor that might as well be funded by their primary users, given how infrequently they operate and how dilapidated their vehicles are. Others are models for public transit throughout the Milky Way.
Does your nation contain or allow for private transport companies to operate busses or other motor vehicles?
Yes. They own the majority of motor vehicles.
What powers motor vehicles in your nation? Select all that apply and feel free to elaborate:
Gasoline/petrochemichals:
2.5% of vehicles are powered this way. It's highly taxed.
Hybrid:
3.75% of vehicles are powered this way. Also taxed quite heavily.
Electric:
Used by 35% of vehicles, mostly compact cars, buses and some short-range trucks.
Hydrogen fuel:
Used by 50% of all vehicles. The "hydrogen" is derived from electrolysis of water.
Natural gas:
Used by 4.5% of all vehicles.
Other (please specify):
Teleonic batteries are used by 4.75% of all vehicles; it's mainly found in scientific expeditionary rovers and probes as well as some military vehicles.
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to promote technological advancement and scientific achievement for the happiness, knowledge and welfare of all humans;
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Postby Syndic Australia » Sat Sep 18, 2021 9:26 pm

Does your nation allow for privately owned vehicles?:
Personal ownership of vehicles is permitted but uncommon, as the accessibility of public transport makes such ownership worthwhile largely only for motor enthusiasts, remote citizens, and independent contractors.

If yes, is it common to own a car or other vehicle?:
As above, it is uncommon.

Does your nation have a road system in place?:
Australia possesses a robust road system that connects the nation's communes, which is primarily used by service, transport, and logistics vehicles (i.e. freight, emergency services, busses, etc...). There are interstate highways, but most interstate travel and freight utilitises the nation's interstate rail service.

What is its quality?:
The quality of these roads is fairly high and consistent across states and territories, as they are built for heavier vehicles. Streets, the equivalent within communes, are only designed for limited vehicle traffic, as primarily pedestrian thoroughfares.

Does your nation operate any public bus lines?:
Yes, bus services run both within and between communes, providing short to medium length routes.

If yes, are they a controversy in your nation?:
There are no controversies regarding our nation's bus services.

What is the quality of these lines?:
These bus lines are of high quality. Busses are typically punctual and have ample capacity, whilst services are frequent.

Does your nation contain or allow for private transport companies to operate busses or other motor vehicles?
No. Public transportation is operated solely by the state, whilst business vehicles (such as the aforementioned freight vehicles) are owned and operated by the nation's collectivised workers' syndicates.

What powers motor vehicles in your nation? Select all that apply and feel free to elaborate:
  • Gasoline/petrochemichals: Petrochemicals have been phased out of use in the past few decades.
  • Hybrid: Whilst the infrastructure does not exist in most places, most vehicles are designed to be able to run on alternative fuels aside from or in addition to electricity.
  • Electric: All Australic vehicles are designed to operate on electricity and as such the nation's road infrastructure is designed for use by electric vehicles.
  • Hydrogen fuel: Hydrogen fuel has been theorised, but application has not yet been attempted.
  • Natural gas: Gas is one of the fuels for which some vehicles are hybridised.
  • Other (please specify): Some vehicles are hybridised to use biofuels as an auxiliary fuel.
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Postby Mevraq » Sun Sep 19, 2021 8:31 am

Does your nation allow for privately owned vehicles?: Yes
If yes, is it common to own a car or other vehicle?: Somewhat. It is common in rural areas, but not in cities.
Does your natiin have a road system in place?: Yes.
What is its quality?: Good, although it is better in the rural areas, as local bureaucracy slows the process of road repair in cities.
Does your nation operate any public bus lines?: Sort of. All public transport (busses, taxis, ferries, and airliners) is organized under the Union of Teamsters, Ferrymen, and Pilots (UTFP). As with any union that provides a vital public service, the UTFP is under strong oversight. Of course, the UTFP also has representation in the General Assembly.
If yes, are they a controversy in your nation?: No.
What is the quality of these lines?: Fairly good, especially in cities.
Does your nation contain or allow for private transport companies to operate busses or other motor vehicles? Depends on your definition. Independent companies (outside the remit of the UTFP) are not allowed. However, new cooperatives can be created, and the UTFP generally allows them a great deal of autonomy (provided they don't step on the toes of an existing cooperative).
What powers motor vehicles in your nation? Select all that apply and feel free to elaborate:
Gasoline/petrochemichals: Most common
Hybrid: Some
Electric: A few
Hydrogen fuel: Some buses
Natural gas: A few
Other (please specify):
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Janpia
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Postby Janpia » Sun Sep 19, 2021 8:43 am

Does your nation allow for privately owned vehicles?:
Yes.

If yes, is it common to own a car or other vehicle?:
It is common to own a vehicle. Although they prefer to take the public transportation

Does your natiin have a road system in place?:
Yes. From Freeways, Main road arteries, basically a planned road network with highway heirarchy

What is its quality?:
Good and organized

Does your nation operate any public bus lines?: Yes. Although city to city travel via bus lines are few

If yes, are they a controversy in your nation?:
Nope

What is the quality of these lines?:
Medium I would say. City bus lines are fairly on time... Sometimes. But hey, its clean and buses on lines are colored.

Does your nation contain or allow for private transport companies to operate busses or other motor vehicles?
NO. Although worker groups registered by state, yes.

What powers motor vehicles in your nation?
Electric and oil road vehicles are allowed
Select all that apply and feel free to elaborate:
Gasoline/petrochemichals:
Hybrid: Allowed
Electric: Allowed
Hydrogen fuel: Allowed
Natural gas: Non existant
Other (please specify):
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Postby Bigpipstan » Sun Sep 19, 2021 8:56 am

Does your nation allow for privately owned vehicles?: no
If yes, is it common to own a car or other vehicle?:
Does your nation have a road system in place?: yes
What is its quality?: well maintained paved roads
Does your nation operate any public bus lines?: yes
If yes, are they a controversy in your nation?: no
What is the quality of these lines?: well organized and maintained
Does your nation contain or allow for private transport companies to operate busses or other motor vehicles? no
What powers motor vehicles in your nation? Select all that apply and feel free to elaborate:
Gasoline/petrochemichals: X
Hybrid:
Electric: X
Hydrogen fuel:
Natural gas:
Other (please specify):
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Slavuja
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Postby Slavuja » Sun Sep 19, 2021 9:11 am

Does your nation allow for privately owned vehicles?: Yes, citizens are able to own any class of motor vehicle, fuel cell vehicle, and electric vehicle but are subject to regulations on their use.
If yes, is it common to own a car or other vehicle?: There are approximately 150 light vehicles per 1,000 Slavujan citizens.
Does your nation have a road system in place?: Yes, there is a privately-owned and managed toll-road highway system with two government owned highways.
What is its quality?: Privately owned highways are in line with European standards and average 2.5 lanes in each direction with the widest highway having 4 lanes in each direction. The government highways both have 2 lanes in each direction and are somewhat lower quality - no digital roadsigns and longer maintenance intervals on the asphalt.
Does your nation operate any public bus lines?: Bus transport is the primary mode of long-distance transport for private citizens in Slavuja. Bus networks are extensive and all are privately-run.
If yes, are they a controversy in your nation?: No, private bus companies provide good service to Slavujans and visitors to the nation.
What is the quality of these lines?: Modern buses are used, with heating and A/C. Certain regional lines operate using older buses (mostly from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ikarbus) but offer substantially lower ticket prices.
Does your nation contain or allow for private transport companies to operate buses or other motor vehicles?: Yes, there are no government transport companies. Only municipalities have their own city bus services.
What powers motor vehicles in your nation? Select all that apply and feel free to elaborate:
Gasoline/petrochemichals: Gasoline is used in light duty vehicles, but overwhelmingly in combination with LPG (gasoline is used to start the car due to its higher energy density, but the car then runs on LPG). Diesel is used by many older vehicles and heavy equipment.
Hybrid: Hybrid vehicles are rare in Slavuja, though their market share is increasing in major urban centres such as Malina and Szabadka.
Electric: Very few vehicles in Slavuja are powered by conventional lithium-ion battery powered electric cars due to the national ban on lithium extraction in Slavuja and import penalties for lithium products.
Hydrogen fuel: New buses and commercial trucks are mostly powered by hydrogen due to investment and cooperation with the Federal Republic of Niater.
Natural gas: The vast majority of gasoline-powered light duty vehicles in Slavuja are also equipped with LPG (liquified propane gas) tanks and can run on propane and/or butane mixtures, albeit with reduced horsepower. LPG is extremely common throughout Slavujan gas stations and is substantially more affordable and therefore the preferred choice of citizens.
Other (please specify): N/A

Slavuja is like many Eastern European nations in its reliance on private bus companies, use of LPG, and lack of electric vehicles. It is in a better environmental position because of national subsidies for hydrogen power and cooperation with Niater which is known for its embrace of hydrogen. One particularity of Slavuja is the low amount of personal vehicles per 1,000 citizens, this is because of the import taxes that vehicle manufacturers must pay to export to Slavuja - this also explains why the most common light duty vehicles are produced by L&K Škoda Slavuja LLC. which has a factory in Slavuja.
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Postby Republica Federal de Catalunya » Sun Sep 19, 2021 11:40 am

Does your nation allow for privately owned vehicles?: Of course.
If yes, is it common to own a car or other vehicle?: Yes, there is common for households to have at least a car.
Does your nation have a road system in place?: We have several levels of road system from local to national levels.
What is its quality?: very high almost exclusively is paved with plenty kms of express ways.
Does your nation operate any public bus lines?: No, except in large cities that have municipal transport companies. Generally most bus service is done under concession. Between local administrations and private companies. Where services, price and frequencies are pacted.
If yes, are they a controversy in your nation?: no. But in rural areas (80% of population lives 20% of territory) local administrations cover part of the running costs.
What is the quality of these lines?: Normally good as concessions also check the quality of service.
Does your nation contain or allow for private transport companies to operate busses or other motor vehicles? Of course.
What powers motor vehicles in your nation? Fossil fuels are the most common way to power vehicles. But each time a higher proportion of vehicles are Hybrid and electrical.
Select all that apply and feel free to elaborate:
Gasoline/petrochemichals: 80% of the park is gasoline + Diesel. Govt plans are that most vehicles will be electric and hybrid by 2032.
Hybrid: 11%
Electric: 7%
Hydrogen fuel: 1%
Natural gas: 1%
Other (please specify):
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Postby Czervenika » Sun Sep 19, 2021 1:48 pm

Does your nation allow for privately owned vehicles?: Yes, but few people own them outside of rural regions.
If yes, is it common to own a car or other vehicle?: No, unless one resides in a remote rural region.
Does your natiin have a road system in place?: Yes, all publicly funded.
What is its quality?: It's decent and is maintained and controlled by the workers who constructed it.
Does your nation operate any public bus lines?: Yes. We have a very extensive public transportation network. We have both bus lines and metro lines.
If yes, are they a controversy in your nation?: Absolutely not. Cars and other motor vehicles are more of a controversy.
What is the quality of these lines?: They are well-maintained and in pristine condition. Few nations have a better public transportation system than ours.
Does your nation contain or allow for private transport companies to operate busses or other motor vehicles? Transportation companies, like all others, are owned and operated by the workers. If the workers feel it is right for these companies to have cars then they will. Currently this is not the case.
What powers motor vehicles in your nation? Most vehicles in our nation are electric. Some of the more remote regions may still use gasoline powered vehicles, however.
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Haneke
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Postby Haneke » Sun Sep 19, 2021 3:05 pm

Does your nation allow for privately owned vehicles?:
Yes.

If yes, is it common to own a car or other vehicle?:
Somewhat. Cars can be expensive to operate and are largely impractical in urban centers. Bikes and electric bikes are very popular amongst younger people and students.

Does your nation have a road system in place?:
Yes.

What is its quality?:
Exceptional.

Does your nation operate any public bus lines?:
Yes. It is known as MetroLink. It is free for all to use.

If yes, are they a controversy in your nation?:
Not necessarily. They are a great excuse if you happen to be late for work or school. "Ach, sorry, the bus was running late today."

What is the quality of these lines?:
Fairly good. Busses are not the most glamorous or luxurious form of travel, but they will generally get you from point A to point B safely and (somewhat) efficiently.

Does your nation contain or allow for private transport companies to operate busses or other motor vehicles?
Private busses must operate under charter (destination to destination, etc.) and cannot operate continuous service lines in competition with MetroLink.

What powers motor vehicles in your nation? Select all that apply and feel free to elaborate:
Gasoline/petrochemichals: x
Hybrid: x
Electric: x
Hydrogen fuel: -
Natural gas: x
Other (please specify):

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Postby Somiens-et-Haveras » Sun Sep 19, 2021 5:03 pm

Does your nation allow for privately owned vehicles?: Yes

If yes, is it common to own a car or other vehicle?: No

Does your nation have a road system in place?: Yes

What is its quality?:
Highways and city roads are usually well maintained. The quality of roads generally goes down the further you get from the city, eventually to gravel with dirt back roads in the most isolated or rural areas.

Does your nation operate any public bus lines?:
Yes, in addition to intercity buses operated by the Ministry of Transportation, many cities operate local bus lines as well.

If yes, are they a controversy in your nation?: No. People are quite fond of our public transportation.

What is the quality of these lines?: The buses are well maintained and high quality. The quality of the roads very.

Does your nation contain or allow for private transport companies to operate buses or other motor vehicles? There are a few union operated taxi enterprises, but otherwise no.

What powers motor vehicles in your nation? Select all that apply and feel free to elaborate:
Gasoline/petrochemicals: X, though there are economic incentives against them. All gasoline vehicles are slated to be phased out by 2030.
Hybrid: X, the preferred type of vehicle in recent years.
Electric: X, recently there has been a push to improve infrastructure for electric vehicles. There are now charging stations in across all the major cities, with increasing penetration into the smaller towns and countryside. Electric vehicles are duty-free, and their cost is subsidized by the government.
Hydrogen fuel: X, some of the newer buses run on hydrogen, though there is no infrastructure in place for personal vehicles that run on hydrogen currently.
Natural gas:
Other (please specify):
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A small, isolated island nation in the North Pacific, located some 2,600 km off the coast of Japan, and comprised of 6 islands. Originally settled by Polynesians, then colonized by the French and experiencing heavy Japanese immigration. Diverse population and culture, delectable cuisine, high standard of living, world class education system, stunning natural beauty, thriving high-tech industry, and a popular international tourist destination.
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Syndic Australia
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Posts: 290
Founded: Sep 12, 2020
Left-wing Utopia

Postby Syndic Australia » Mon Sep 20, 2021 2:51 am

Does your nation have a railway system?:
Yes. Australia is home to the Australic Interstate Rail (A.I.R) Network, one of the most advanced and fastest rail networks in the world. This ultra-fast network connects the contiguous nation's state and territory capitals to one another via an arterial interstate rail system. Along these lines, especially along straight and isolated stretches of track such as those across the Nullarbor Plain in Western Australia, express trains are able to travel at speeds faster than the average passenger aircraft, thus being the fastest method of travel between state capitals available in addition to the most efficient, sustainable, and affordable.

In addition to these arterial lines, auxiliary rural networks exist in each state and territory that operate concurrently, offering slower (but still relatively high-speed) routes connecting smaller population centres to their state metropoles, and offering a more scenic journey to interstate passengers.


If yes, what is its quality?:
The average speed of these networks can vary greatly, due to the vast density disparity/disparity in distance between population centres between states, but is comparable to similar systems in Japan and Europe.

Australia possesses the longest non-stop rail service in the southern hemisphere by distance, between Perth and Sydney, which is just over 4000kms (2500mi) long. Aboard the A.I.R. Network, this trip typically takes less than 6 hours. Being an island nation, Australia has no international rail connections.


Is rail controversial?
Not at all; the A.I.R. is considered a great work and a source of national pride.

Is the rail system (if it exists) state-run, privatized, or operated by both government and private companies?:
The A.I.R. Network is operated by the Federal Consolidated Transportation Syndicate, whilst the various auxiliary rail services are operated by the State Transportation Syndicates. Most of the infrastructure, and the trains themselves, were built domestically, but some component fabrication and construction was done with assistance from the Japanese Ministry of Railways (鉄道省) and the Britannic Railwaymens' League. There are no private rail operators in Australia.

Do Any cities in your nation operate any high-speed rail line(s)?:
Most metropolitan rail networks are considered light rail (i.e. trams), or spurs/hubs of the A.I.R. and/or state networks.

If yes, is it government run, privatized, or mixed government and private operation?:
As with all other transportation services, these services are state-run and operated by the state-level Consolidated Transportation Syndicates.

What is the quality of the high-speed rail system? (If it exists):
As aforementioned.

Is high speed rail controversial in your nation?:
Again, as aforementioned, no.

is high speed rail used exclusively any specific groups? (Wealthy, government, military personnel, etc.):
No. All are able to use rail services freely.

What is rail used for in your nation? (if it exists):
Rail is the 2° biggest form of commuter transportation (behind walking/cycling and ahead of busses) and is the main transporter of freight domestically.

What powers your nation's rail system? (Feel free to select all that apply and elaborate if desired)
  • Gasoline/petrochemicals: Some older models of train STL operate on such fuels.
  • Hybrid: Many non high-speed trains have hybrid capabilities
  • Electric: Most trains, including those of the A.I.R., are primarily electric.
  • Hydrogen fuel: Some prototype models have been designed with the capability to use such a fuel.
  • Natural gas: No operating trains in Australia utilise this fuel.
  • Diesel: As with petrol, some trains retain the use of diesel fuel.
  • Other (please specify): Technically speaking, there are some rail vehicles that are kinetically powered, such as handcarts and some rail elevators.
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Janpia
Chargé d'Affaires
 
Posts: 417
Founded: Jul 20, 2021
Authoritarian Democracy

Postby Janpia » Mon Sep 20, 2021 3:23 am

Does your nation have a railway system?:
Yes
If yes, what is its quality?:
One of the finest ways to travel in Janpia. It is very extensive and well maintained

Is rail controversial?
Never has been. General populace loves railway

Is the rail system (if it exists) state-run, privatized, or operated by both government and private companies?:
All of Janpia's railway is run by the JaRail Workers Group. A group that is under the state

Do Any cities in your nation operate any high-speed rail line(s)?:
Yes. All major cities are connected via HSR with a max speed of 340kph. The medium trains (maximum 120kmph) runs mainly frkm City to regions or vice versa.

If yes, is it government run, privatized, or mixed government and private operation?:All were run by JaRail Workers Group

What is the quality of the high-speed rail system? (If it exists):
High quality. They are the main way way to travel from city to city.

Is high speed rail controversial in your nation?:
No. General populace likes it.

is high speed rail used exclusively any specific groups? (Wealthy, government, military personnel, etc.):
No. HSR is for all. Although there are some specific trains like military trains.

What is rail used for in your nation? (if it exists):
Travel of goods, passengers, equipment etc. Its the literal backbone of Janpian transportation and pullers of economy when it comes to trade.

What powers your nation's rail system? (Feel free to select all that apply and elaborate if desired)
Gasoline/petrochemicals: None existant.
Hybrid: Allowed and the main power and locomotives of JaRail
Electric: Allowed. It goes along with the Hybrid.
Hydrogen fuel: Non existant
Natural gas: Non existant
Diesel: Regional Lines or Cargo lines only. Also military trains
Other (please specify)
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Filipinn
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Posts: 43
Founded: Oct 19, 2020
Democratic Socialists

Postby Filipinn » Mon Sep 20, 2021 4:36 am

Does your nation have a railway system?: Yes.
If yes, what is its quality?: It is a very high quality rail system.
Is rail controversial? No.
Is the rail system (if it exists) state-run, privatized, or operated by both government and private companies?: It is operated by private companies with some supervision from the government.
Do any cities in your nation operate any high-speed rail line(s)?: Yes
If yes, is it government run, privatized, or mixed government and private operation?: Unlike the regular city rail, the high-speed intercity rail is run completely by the government.
What is the quality of the high-speed rail system? (If it exists): It is also very high quality.
Is high speed rail controversial in your nation?: No
is high speed rail used exclusively any specific groups? (Wealthy, government, military personnel, etc.): No, the high-speed is most commonly used by the public, but on certain occasions, train cars may be reserved to certain high-ranking officials, such as visiting leaders.
What is rail used for in your nation? (if it exists): The rail system is mainly used for public transportation, but it is also used for cargo transport, usually between harbors.
What powers your nation's rail system? (Feel free to select all that apply and elaborate if desired)
Gasoline/petrochemicals:
Hybrid:
Electric: All trains using the modern rail system uses either electric (public transport) or diesel-electric (cargo transport)
Hydrogen fuel:
Natural gas:
Diesel:
Other (please specify)
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New Kowloon Bay
Diplomat
 
Posts: 523
Founded: Jun 01, 2020
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby New Kowloon Bay » Mon Sep 20, 2021 5:01 am

Does your nation allow for privately owned vehicles?:Yes.
If yes, is it common to own a car or other vehicle?:Yes.
Does your nation have a road system in place?:Yes.
If yes, what is its quality?:It is renewed every 5 years.
Does your nation operate any public bus lines?: Yes.
If yes, are they a controversy in your nation?: No.
What is the quality of these lines (if they exist)?:Every bus goes through a deep clean every day after a shift, and there are dedicated bus lanes.
Does your nation contain or allow for private transport companies to operate busses or other motor vehicles?:Technically? Mostly it's just bodyguard service and tourist operations.
What powers motor vehicles in your nation? Select all that apply and feel free to elaborate:
Gasoline/petrochemichals:15%, we are currently in a process of rooting out unenvironmental cars
Hybrid:45%, the transition period made this type of car very popular
Electric:45%
Hydrogen fuel:NA
Natural gas:NA
Diesel:5%, again, in a process of bring rooted out
Other (please specify):

Does your nation have a railway system?:Yes
If yes, what is its quality?:Rated to be one of the most pleasurable journeys through NKB
Is rail controversial?No
Is the rail system (if it exists) state-run, privatized, or operated by both government and private companies?:Operated by both
Do Amy cities in your nation operate any high-speed rail line(s)?:Yes.
If yes, is it government run, privatized, or mixed government and private operation?:Government run
What is the quality of the high-speed rail system? (If it exists):Again, one of the smoothest and fastest ways of getting through the city
Is high speed rail controversial in your nation?:No
is high speed rail used exclusively any specific groups? (Wealthy, government, military personnel, etc.):Technically, there are government and military-only trains
What is rail used for in your nation? (if it exists):Commercial, industrial, transport
What powers your nation's rail system? (Feel free to select all that apply and elaborate if desired)
Gasoline/petrochemicals:Naught
Hybrid:50%, for longer journeys
Electric:50%, for short high-speed rail journeys
Hydrogen fuel:NA
Natural gas:NA
Diesel:NA
Other (please specify)
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Khan of Spam
 
Posts: 68100
Founded: Oct 07, 2011
New York Times Democracy

Postby Thermodolia » Mon Sep 20, 2021 4:09 pm

Does your nation have a railway system?: Yes
If yes, what is its quality?: High quality
Is rail controversial? No.
Is the rail system (if it exists) state-run, privatized, or operated by both government and private companies?: It’s operated by both government and private companies.
Do any cities in your nation operate any high-speed rail line(s)?: No cities themselves operate high speed lines but several government transport agencies and government and private corporations do
If yes, is it government run, privatized, or mixed government and private operation?: It’s mixed. Private companies, government owned corporations, and government transportation agencies all run high speed lines
What is the quality of the high-speed rail system? (If it exists): Very high quality
Is high speed rail controversial in your nation?: Not really
is high speed rail used exclusively any specific groups? (Wealthy, government, military personnel, etc.): No, anyone can use the network
What is rail used for in your nation? (if it exists): Freight and passenger service
What powers your nation's rail system? (Feel free to select all that apply and elaborate if desired)
Gasoline/petrochemicals: 1%
Hybrid: 4% (There are no hybrid powered locomotives. There are dual power locomotives but they are powered by either electricity or diesel and only one at a time)
Electric: 48%
Hydrogen fuel: Banned for being dangerous
Natural gas: 3%
Diesel: 41.5%
Other (please specify): Coal 2%, Air Pressure .5%
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Posts: 93
Founded: Jan 11, 2021
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Rail Transport in Somiens-et-Haveras

Postby Somiens-et-Haveras » Mon Sep 20, 2021 11:30 pm

Does your nation have a railway system?: Yes

If yes, what is its quality?: Fairly high quality. Well maintained, nothing too outdated.

Is rail controversial? Not it all, it is highly valued and by some metrics the most widely utilized form of transportation.

Is the rail system (if it exists) state-run, privatized, or operated by both government and private companies?: Exclusively state-run through the Ministry of Transportation.

Do Any cities in your nation operate any high-speed rail line(s)?: Yes, on Haveras there is a high speed rail line which circumscribes the island.

If yes, is it government run, privatized, or mixed government and private operation?: Exclusively government run.

What is the quality of the high-speed rail system? (If it exists): Exceptional, it is relatively new and very well maintained.

Is high speed rail controversial in your nation?: No, people overwhelmingly supported its introduction.

is high speed rail used exclusively any specific groups? (Wealthy, government, military personnel, etc.): No, all public transportation is provided free of charge to all residents.

What is rail used for in your nation? (if it exists): Rail forms the main backbone of the public transportation system on the islands of Somiens and Haveras. Rail is used for all types of civilian transportation between and within all the major cities on these islands. Commuters, travelers, and tourists all make extensive use of the rail transportation system to move between cities, get to and from work, and access the islands' many attractions, enterprises, and amenities.

What powers your nation's rail system? (Feel free to select all that apply and elaborate if desired)
Gasoline/petrochemicals:
Hybrid:
Electric: X All rail lines in Somiens-et-Haveras have been electrified.
Hydrogen fuel:
Natural gas:
Diesel:
Other (please specify)
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A small, isolated island nation in the North Pacific, located some 2,600 km off the coast of Japan, and comprised of 6 islands. Originally settled by Polynesians, then colonized by the French and experiencing heavy Japanese immigration. Diverse population and culture, delectable cuisine, high standard of living, world class education system, stunning natural beauty, thriving high-tech industry, and a popular international tourist destination.
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Schwabisch
Political Columnist
 
Posts: 2
Founded: Sep 20, 2021
Ex-Nation

Postby Schwabisch » Mon Sep 20, 2021 11:38 pm

Does your nation allow for privately owned vehicles?: yes.
If yes, is it common to own a car or other vehicle?: Kinda?
Does your nation have a road system in place?: yes
If yes, what is its quality?:shotty at best. life threatening at worst
Does your nation operate any public bus lines?: yes
If yes, are they a controversy in your nation?: yes. even though there are bus roads.
What is the quality of these lines (if they exist)?: due to personal request from the king. this info is classified
Does your nation contain or allow for private transport companies to operate busses or other motor vehicles?: almost all car companies have to go through a off-road check.
What powers motor vehicles in your nation? Select all that apply and feel free to elaborate:
Gasoline/petrochemichals: N/A
Hybrid: Yes for longer periods of usage.
Electric: for shorter trips.
Hydrogen fuel: N/A
Natural gas: N/A
Diesel: 1%
Other (please specify):
...

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Great Nortend
Ambassador
 
Posts: 1520
Founded: Jul 08, 2017
Iron Fist Consumerists

Postby Great Nortend » Tue Sep 21, 2021 6:26 am

Does your nation allow for privately owned vehicles?: Yes.
If yes, is it common to own a car or other vehicle?: Motor carriages are uncommon. Drawn carriages are marginally more common. Most people would rely on bicycles.
Does your nation have a road system in place?: Yes.
If yes, what is its quality?: Roads in towns are generally paved, although county roads are mostly gravel or dirt.
Does your nation operate any public bus lines?: Omnibus are privately operated.
If yes, are they a controversy in your nation?: Not particularly.
What is the quality of these lines (if they exist)?: They are bus lines.
Does your nation contain or allow for private transport companies to operate busses or other motor vehicles?: Yes.
What powers motor vehicles in your nation? Select all that apply and feel free to elaborate:
Gasoline/petrochemichals: X
Hybrid:
Electric: X
Hydrogen fuel:
Natural gas:
Diesel:
Other (please specify):
...

Does your nation have a railway system?: Yes.
If yes, what is its quality?: It is dense and well-funded.
Is rail controversial? No.
Is the rail system (if it exists) state-run, privatized, or operated by both government and private companies?: It is run by semi-independent departments of the government Board of Railways.
Do Amy cities in your nation operate any high-speed rail line(s)?: No.
If yes, is it government run, privatized, or mixed government and private operation?: —N/A—
What is the quality of the high-speed rail system? (If it exists): —N/A—
Is high speed rail controversial in your nation?: Yes.
is high speed rail used exclusively any specific groups? (Wealthy, government, military personnel, etc.): —N/A—
What is rail used for in your nation? (if it exists): Transport of people, goods, minerals, mail
What powers your nation's rail system? (Feel free to select all that apply and elaborate if desired)
Coal/Coke/Green coal: X
Gasoline/petrochemicals:
Hybrid:
Electric: X Suburban lines are often electric, but other lines are usually steam-drawn.
Hydrogen fuel:
Natural gas:
Diesel:
Other (please specify)
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Union of Nobelia
Spokesperson
 
Posts: 151
Founded: May 31, 2019
Liberal Democratic Socialists

Postby Union of Nobelia » Tue Sep 21, 2021 12:15 pm

Does your nation allow for privately owned vehicles?: Yes, it is allowed for commercial, industrial or personal use.
If yes, is it common to own a car or other vehicle?: For commercial, industrial and government use it is common.
For personal use, it is rare.
Does your nation have a road system in place?: Yes, it has a very wide system of avenues and highways throughout the country.
If yes, what is its quality?: The quality is excellent, due to the fact that it has high technology systems to monitor, protect, among others, the safety of the passenger. Also all avenues and roads are equipped with an artificial intelligence for semi-autonomous and fully self-driving cars (the vast majority of cars).
Does your nation operate any public bus lines?: Yes, it is quite common to use it because every citizen and company pays taxes to subsidize it.
If yes, are they a controversy in your nation?: Not at all, on the contrary, the population is more grateful to have massive public transportation throughout the country without any exception to rural territories.
What is the quality of these lines (if they exist)?: They are of excellence, because it has the most advanced technology ever seen in public transport, they have sensors and most are autonomous (that is, without a driver) equipped with artificial intelligence.
Does your nation contain or allow for private transport companies to operate busses or other motor vehicles?: There is private transport, but its participation is low (used mainly by tourists from the West) because most of the population and tourists prefer to travel on public transport and government trips.
What powers motor vehicles in your nation? Select all that apply and feel free to elaborate:
Gasoline/petrochemichals: 3%
Hybrid: 25%
Electric: 65%
Hydrogen fuel: 5%
Natural gas: 1%
Diesel: 1%
Other (please specify): None.
...


Does your nation have a railway system?: Yes, there are commercial, industrial and for passengers.
If yes, what is its quality?: The quality is excellent, due to the great maintenance that is given, equipped with the most advanced technology in railway systems.
Is rail controversial? No, it is normal to use the nation's rail system.
Is the rail system (if it exists) state-run, privatized, or operated by both government and private companies?: The majority is granted by the government and the other by state and parastatal companies of the country in charge of the working class.
Do Amy cities in your nation operate any high-speed rail line(s)?: Yes, there is a solid high-speed train system; invented, patented, made, created and manufactured in the nation.
If yes, is it government run, privatized, or mixed government and private operation?: he majority is granted by the government and the other by state and parastatal companies of the country in charge of the working class.
What is the quality of the high-speed rail system? (If it exists): It is of excellence, due to the high development in this type of transport and its maintenance to make it an effective service.
Is high speed rail controversial in your nation?: No, it is common to use it.
is high speed rail used exclusively any specific groups? (Wealthy, government, military personnel, etc.): It is open to all public and tourists who come to the country.
What is rail used for in your nation? (if it exists):
What powers your nation's rail system? (Feel free to select all that apply and elaborate if desired) Yes, for tourism and tourist trips.
Gasoline/petrochemicals: 3%
Hybrid: 5%
Electric: 90%
Hydrogen fuel: 0%
Natural gas: 1%
Diesel: 1%
Other (please specify)

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