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Stations are the main interface of TrainStation. They contain the Rails used to dispatch Local Trains, attract passengers Passenger, and spawn Balloons and Chests. Players can have up to five personal Stations and, as they complete Contractors, they can take control of theirs as well.

StationsEdit

Player StationsEdit

The player starts with the Main Station. Using Buildings Icon Shop Building and Decorations Icon Shop Decoration , and Themes, the player can customize each Station. By buying Station Extensions in the Shop, the player can expand to five separate Stations, allowing for even more space to grow your empire. Players can switch between Stations by clicking on the numbered circles located below the level indicator at the top center of the screen.

Image Level Cost       Discounted Cost Buy XP
Extension Main 2ndStation
125 350 Gems 280 Gems 165,000
125 825,000 Gravel
888,000 U-235
812,000 Cement
660,000 Gravel
710,400 U-235
649,600 Cement
165,000
Extension Main 3rdStation
N/A 350 Gems 280 Gems 195,000
145 8,500,000 Gold
700,000 Wood
700,000 Marble
6,800,000 Gold
560,000 Wood
560,000 Marble
195,000
Extension Main 4thStation
N/A 370 Gems 296 Gems 613,000
180 250,000,000 Gold
1,180,000 Titanium
1,320,000 Silicon
200,000,000 Gold
944,000 Titanium
1,056,000 Silicon
613,000
Extension Main 5thStation
N/A 400 Gems 320 Gems 2,438,000
220 1,050,000,000 Gold
4,930,000 Gravel
4,445,000 U-235
840,000,000 Gold
3,944,000 Gravel
3,556,000 U-235
2,438,000

Station CapacityEdit

Each player Station can be expanded with up to five streets and the streets can be widened many times. The following table describes the amount of grid space Space each Station can offer:

Station Street 1 Space:
Initial / Max
Street 2 Space:
Initial / Max
Street 3 Space:
Initial / Max
Street 4 Space:
Initial / Max
Street 5 Space:
Initial / Max
Total Space:
Initial / Max
Main Station 80 / 370 80 / 370 80 / 370 80 / 370 80 / 370 400 / 1850
Second Station 70 / 370 70 / 370 70 / 370 70 / 370 70 / 370 350 / 1850
Third Station 70 / 370 70 / 370 70 / 370 70 / 370 70 / 370 350 / 1850
Fourth Station 70 / 370 70 / 370 70 / 370 70 / 370 70 / 370 350 / 1850
Fifth Station 70 / 370 70 / 370 70 / 370 70 / 370 70 / 370 350 / 1850
Total: 1800 / 9250

Since each Station has its own expansion costs, we have broken it down into the articles below:

Contractor StationsEdit

Contractors each have their own stations. When the final contract for each contractor is completed, the player gains full control of that station and can buy, move, and sell most buildings and decorations. Players are limited to buying items from the Contractor's Shop and the Theme cannot be changed.


RailsEdit

Rails (tracks) support train traffic in and out of your stations. Additional Stations will inherit the same Rails the player has on the Main Station, however, the player cannot dispatch from them. See Rails for more details.


PassengersEdit

Passengers Passenger are required to fill Passenger WagonsIcon Shop Passenger Wagon and Passenger/Mail WagonsIcon Shop PassMail Wagon that the player dispatches to earn Gold Gold. They are attracted to your Station by placing Buildings on Station streets.

Passenger IncomeEdit

Each normal Building has a passenger income Income value that shows how fast that Building earns passengers per hour. The more buildings placed, the faster passengers arrive. The total passenger income is calculated from all Buildings placed across all Stations, including any contractor Stations owned. It does not take into account any buildings in Storage.

Passenger LimitEdit

The passenger limit is the maximum number of passengers that the player's Stations can hold. It is a fixed multiplier of the income value and starts at a base multiplier of 6x of the total passenger income from above. This base limit can be improved by placing Special Buildings such as the Aerial Tower I, Retro House, Architect, and El Capricho which increase the base multiplier by a set amount (currently, up to 300%, or 18x).

NOTE: It always takes 18 hours to reach the passenger limit from zero (before any Flag bonuses). However, when a player levels up, they are rewarded with the maximum number of passengers they can currently hold.

FlagsEdit

Flags Icon Shop Flag allow a player to improve their passenger income/limit above the base values by a certain %. See Flags.


BalloonsEdit

Balloon

Balloon

Balloon Gem

Gem Balloon

Added with the 31 Jul 2017 Game Update, Balloons will frequently appear at the player's Main Station, rising up from the ground and disappearing after a certain height. If clicked, they award the player a small random reward of: Gold Gold, Mail Mail, non-Hyperloop Materials Material, or a Whistle Whistle.
  • As the player levels up, the value of these rewards increases.
  • Gem Balloons award one Gem Gems. They are quite rare, rise twice as fast, and therefore disappear quicker.
  • Whistle Balloons also rise almost twice as fast, but will appear as a regular blue balloon.


ChestsEdit

Chests are bonus items that appear at player/Neighbour Stations rewarding the player with resources. See Chests.


ThemesEdit

Themes allow the player to customize the environment (appearance/sounds) of each player Station. See Themes.


Envelopes/PackagesEdit

Envelopes and Packages were removed with 31 Jul 2017 Game Update and replaced by Balloons and Chests. Envelopes Envelope appeared at the player's Stations and, when clicked, awarded a small amount of Mail Mail. Packages Mail Package frequently fell from the sky at at player's Stations and, when clicked, awarded a large amount of Mail Mail. Packages could also be collected from Neighbour's Stations.


HistoryEdit

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