Understanding how to change road direction
in Cities: Skylines 2
is crucial for maintaining an efficient infrastructure. While this skill becomes more essential as your city expands, it's beneficial to master it early on for any unforeseen adjustments.
Changing road direction in Cities: Skylines 2 might not be intuitive at first glance, but there are two primary methods you can use. Though they might seem elusive initially, both become quite user-friendly once you familiarize yourself with the game's control mechanics.
Cities: Skylines 2 Change Road Direction When roads are constructed in Cities: Skylines 2, they automatically have a direction assigned, as evidenced by the white directional arrows displayed on each applicable lane. These arrows are especially noticeable near intersections or at the terminus of a road segment. To change the direction of a road in Cities: Skylines 2, one approach is to select an already existing road and overlay the same type of road atop it, but initiate the construction from the reverse end.
This method doesn't incur extra expenses, and the outcome should display arrows guiding the traffic in the new direction. For a more precise alteration, consider utilizing road signs. These not only assist in modifying the direction but also offer additional control in guiding traffic within Cities: Skylines 2.
Under the Roads menu, the Road Services tab houses the tools you need. If you're still in the early stages of your game, you might need to unlock this section. Simply spend a Development Point to access the Advanced Road Services from the Development tab within the Progression menu. To navigate to this menu, click on the number adjacent to your current milestone, located at the bottom left corner of your interface.
After gaining access, choose the desired road sign, identify the road segment you wish to alter, and give it a left-click. Your selected sign will cause the white directional arrows on the road to adjust, prohibiting traffic from moving in the previously allowed direction. If you need to undo a road sign's effect, simply select the sign once more, hover over the road segment you previously modified, and right-click. This function is especially useful when adjusting the direction of individual lanes.
While additional methods might emerge as you progress in the game, the two approaches detailed above should suffice for your initial needs in changing road directions in Cities: Skylines 2.
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