ATL Gold Line
|ATL Gold Line|
|System||Arse Train Lines|
|Operator(s)||Arse Train Lines|
|Track gauge||886.3 mm (2 ft 10 7⁄8 in) Advtrains gauge|
The line was originally constructed by ARSE7 with only three stations: Neverbuild (now Neverbuild Old Terminus), Mushroom Land, and Ocean. The line was served by a train with two subway wagons, and it had only one track. It was known as "Neverbuild Line 1".
A few days later, another parallel line was built, known as Ocean City Express. The new line was served by a shuttle with two Japanese engines and did not stop at Mushroom Land Station. Therefore, both lines were separated.
In mid-October 2019 the line has undergone significant modifications: a new tunnel segment was added to bring the line to a new terminus under Neverbuild Central railway station, making a new interchange station, and the line itself — Neverbuild's proper subway. Old terminus was rebuilt into a through station with middle platform. Mushroom land was updated, and two more stations were constructed between that station and Ocean City. A timing system was used in Neverbuild Central to make sure that the trains depart at a specific interval. After some testing, the interval of 2 minutes was used. A few days later, the interval was reduced to 100 seconds, 90 seconds and later 60 seconds, as more trains were added.
On October 31, ⚖️ Ywang applied the timing system to all the stations on the line, making it possible to create a timetable for each station.
In early 2020, the line was converted to on-demand service.
Further extensions are not planned yet because ATL Zinc Line serves the area south of Ocean City, and a depot is located at the north of the terminus, making it impossible to extend the line northward.