Cities: Skylines

Cities: Skylines

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Slow Speed
 
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Mar 28, 2015 @ 7:17am
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Description
Slows down vehicles and pedestrians so that they travel at a saner speed.
- Reduces the top speed, acceleration and deceleration rates of cars. Emergency vehicles will receive a speed boost while they are responding to an emergency
- Reduces the speed of pedestrians to a walking pace
- Reduces the speeds of trains and metros
This improves realism and increases the difficulty of the game.

Incompatible with:
- Probably Traffic++

Source at https://github.com/ScottNZ/SlowSpeed
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169 Comments
Gabylex Jun 25 @ 6:42pm 
De 10
WHOOLEE Jun 8 @ 6:38am 
Essential mod in my opinion, wish we could also spread out the cars so they dont tailgate so much.
McFarrell Apr 11 @ 7:28am 
To all people commenting this mod. The author is no longer supporting it.
0ddZen Apr 11 @ 4:36am 
can you do a mod that makes emergenzy vehicle to drive only a little bit faster than normal in emergenzy? i feel like they go crazy in emergenzy.. hopefully compatible to tmpe
Transpulsar Feb 21 @ 11:26am 
I have different Question: How can I leave a Car or something else if I drive with it? Because there is no Courser...
Kec Jan 26 @ 1:30pm 
Apparently this mod makes some service vehicles like fire trucks or ambulances being unable to dispatch. They get stuck in their own buildings. For example, there is a fire and fire truck instead of exiting the fire station is bumping back into the fire station.
ilobh Jan 7 @ 11:20pm 
Mr Scott, thank you so much! It is now more relax to stroll alongside the citizens of Cities Skylines.
Good stuff ⭐️⭐ Nov 13, 2017 @ 5:38am 
Pretty nice but be careful : If you use "Slow Speed" in a city already built, the traffic will slow down and make a traffic jam. My road network was not sized for, but if you start to zero with, it will be nice.
Zmile Oct 31, 2017 @ 6:27pm 
Yes, this mod make it very realistic. Thanks alotl
McFarrell Aug 8, 2017 @ 6:43am 
I think yes, but someone else can confirm?