Cities: Skylines

Cities: Skylines

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Timboh's Dual Trumpet Interchange
Assets: Intersection
File Size
0.725 MB
Mar 11, 2015 @ 11:42am
Jun 13, 2015 @ 10:21am
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Timboh's Dual Trumpet Interchange

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Now this is a strange one! The dual trumpet is... Well, it's two trumpets put together! And the chance to find one in the real world is pretty small. If I remember correctly, there are only five of these in the world. I could be wrong,but I know atleast there's one quite close to where I live, in Gothemburg. It's pretty cool, but it does get clogged up sometimes. Let's hope it preformes better in-game than in the real world.

2.0 UPDATE - Certainly not as compact as before, but no major re-designing has been done here!


+ No weaving, yay!
+ Only two bridges, making it easier to plop down on rough terrain
+ Quite compact, when compared to other interchanges with simlar capacity

- The two 270-degree ramps does slow down traffic quite a bit.
- Difficult to retro-fit and rebuild


Cost: 34 290
Upkeep: 411 / week

In-game description:
The double trumpet interchange is a true infrastructure artifact, combining the power of not one, but two trumpets!


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Hallarn Sep 5 @ 7:38pm 
I found one IRL where California's SR 99 and 198 meet:,-119.4067021,15.83z
OtherWorldlyPlayer Jul 29 @ 11:57am 
10/10 looks like 69
dj Eban Mar 6 @ 10:36am 
p.s. can somebody look at my work? (steam bug about pictures)
23333 Dec 30, 2016 @ 7:11pm 
fiShf00d Jul 3, 2016 @ 5:18pm 
Thanks, this is great.
rymeintrinseca Jun 6, 2016 @ 12:19am 
There's this example in Astana, Kazakhstan:,71.4405249,17.27z
cbbdyy Jun 5, 2016 @ 6:08pm 
Toad Jun 5, 2016 @ 12:36pm 
So out of the 13462 ratings, only 12 people commented? (13 now) Seems mighty suspicious to me...
Timboh  [author] Feb 3, 2016 @ 7:57am 
@roothorick: They indeed look very similar to dual trumpets, but I think they would more likely be classified as clovermills, with left entrances. I think it's more of a technical definition, rather than an aesthetic one, but I agree that they look alot like two trumpets, where the mainline simply pass underneath the semi-directional slip road.

BTW, seems like Winsconsin loves their roundabouts. I've never seen this many in any American city before... I approve!
roothorick Feb 2, 2016 @ 6:56pm 
I just found another take on the concept of a dual trumpet... and Green Bay has two of them!,-88.0800193,2262m

I'm starting to think Wisconsin highway planners have a creative streak...