Real Traffic Density and Ratio v1.47.a by Cip (1.47)

The mod changes most of the traffic settings to make it more “correct”. Traffic on the roads will become more adequate and will look more organic.


From 4:00 to 10:00 and from 15:00 to 20:00 the density changes every half an hour, from 10:00 to 15:00 and from 20:00 to 4:00 every hour;
High density in the morning and afternoon, followed by a gradual decrease in the evening. The flow peaks at 8:30 and 17:00;
High density on motorways during the day and reasonable intensity at night with a minimum at 02:00-03:00;
Relatively high density on local roads, variable frequency allows overtaking without problems;
Proportional ratio of types of transp. funds;
Very low traffic density on local roads at night;
Improved traffic light cycle at all intersections (two types of cycle);
Increased the number of vehicles with lights on in bad weather;
Removed urban transport from rural roads;
Edited car coloring;
Removed slow vehicles on expressways and out of towns
Added a new rule that allows some cars to move faster than the speed limit;
It is recommended to place the density and intensity mod in priority in relation to maps and traffic packs;

updated for ATS 1.47.*
removed traffic_rules file (to improve compatibility with future versions)
removed semaphore file (scs improved default semaphores close to my standards)

Installation: copy the downloaded file to the mod folder and connect it in the mod manager.

For game version 1.47.x

Author: Cipinho


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