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  1. From the album: San Brickardo

    Part 2 of the "Populating the streets of San Brickardo" project started a short while back with my Mercedes Benz is here! But this time it isn't in the form of a car brand, instead its a "type" of vehicle I had wanted to create for San Brickardo for a while now, taxi cabs. These particular cabs are owned by San Brickardo Taxi Co (as seen by the logo on their sides), one of the many companies employed by San Brickardo Public Transit to run taxi services in the city. Both taxies can fit 2 minifigures (driver, passenger) and a small piece of luggage. The front cab is a modded version of @ Josh s Crown Vic with custom decals, while the second cab is a completely custom Toyota Corolla (I know it looks weird and ugly but IMO the real one is weird and ugly so it works) with opening rear compartment. Both models feature removable roofs and easily interchangeable ad boards I hope to customize with some ironic and funny adds in the future. I needed to take a break from a couple of large projects I was working on (SBPD Internal Affairs Office and SBFR Station 4) and creating a couple taxies to feature in backgrounds and possibly future scenes seemed like a good idea! Now back to working on the larger projects... What do you think of these cabs? What should part 3 be?

    © Rescue 423 2021

  2. From the album: San Brickardo Public Transit

    For some reason, @Svens 2016 Ford explorer looks amazing in any color scheme I put it in. This one is San Brickardo's transit Supervisor, responsible for overlooking the workings of the many bus and monorail lines.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  3. From the album: San Brickardo Public Transit

    It looks equally good from the back and the front IMO (Svens 2016 Ford Explorer)

    © Rescue 423 2021

  4. Rescue 423

    SBPT Bus Front

    From the album: San Brickardo Public Transit

    This custom bus design serves all of the citizens of San Brickardo, This particular bus, a Wolf Industries Model 1 is all suited up to serve the #3 route, the route that travels thru the Elm Ave area. This bus is fully custom and electric, is powered by electricity it receives in the depot as well as solar panels on its roof. It carries 7 people as well as 1 driver, and either a wheelchair or a stroller. The bus features the transit board's color scheme, dark red with either light grey, white or black.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  5. From the album: San Brickardo Public Transit

    Instead of a subway, because of how close san Brickardo is to the shoreline and how risky digging deep underground would be, SBPT utilizes a monorail system that runs of 8x16 baseplates (per direction, being 16x16 baseplates in total) which easily slide behind the modular buildings of Samn Brickardo. The monorail stations all fit within a 16x31 baseplate meaning everything fits into the city rather painlessly. The monorail itself is rather small, but that's because of the limited platform space available. They do run more frequently to make up for this though. They only travel in one direction, with a driver's cab on only 1 end and doors on only 1 side. They run on electricity gathered from the rails, just like a traditional subway system would.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  6. From the album: San Brickardo Public Transit

    The interior features 2 large benches, a map of the line, and the driver's compartment separated by a sliding door.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  7. From the album: San Brickardo Public Transit

    The only real difference visible from this angle is the safety doors which stop people jumping off the platform. they do function, and slide up on rails when the monorail is in place.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  8. From the album: San Brickardo Public Transit

    Realized you guys never got a clear shot of the door side, so here it is. the doors open on hinges and fit snugly against the platform, minimizing the gap. The roof simply has a communications antenna, and air comditioning system vent.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  9. From the album: San Brickardo Public Transit

    The monorail station is built to slide in-between two other modular buildings, with a footprint of only 16x32. The station itself is only equipped to serve one direction, but there is a passageway under the track to the other side which has a station which serves the other direction. As you can see, the station features a ticket-buying area, stairs up to the platform with a map on the landing, turnstiles keeping minifigs from squeezing thru without paying, and a large board with timetables for both the monorail and the bus that stop at this location.

    © Rescue 423 2021

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    SBPT Bus Roof

    From the album: San Brickardo Public Transit

    The roof features solar panels and the busses large battery as well as ventilation for the engine cooling system and an emergency exit.

    © Rescue 423 2021

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    SBPT Bus Rear

    From the album: San Brickardo Public Transit

    The rear features a smaller message board as well as a tiny engine compartment. The other side of the bus features two doors and a handicapped assistance button.

    © Rescue 243 2021

  12. From the album: San Brickardo Public Transit

    The seating arrangement is a combination of longitudinal and standard, with maximization of standing room.

    © Rescue 423 2021

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