Crossroads City Hall Station
View west of the station building
|Other names||Crossroads, Rathaus|
|Operated by||Crossroads Transport|
Crossroads City Hall is the main station of Crossroads. Its construction is very basic, of stone tiles and glow glass with some 45 degree slopes. Most regional trains for Crossroads stop at this station. There are two more tracks/platforms at the City Hall for
Due to some errors when creating station codes, this station is known to have multiple station codes.
Whenwas originally constructed, it was a small platform beside the street. However, the slope at the west was more noticable than the station itself.
In a short time, the line was partially rerouted to go into a building instead of the small, ugly platform, which was removed. The building had only two tracks, only one of which was connected to a platform because the counterclockwise route of the line wasn't built yet. The other track was use by a freight train, which is used only to supply materials.
With the construction of ATL-M, the two more tracks (2 and 3) were added, sharing platform B. The line originally used a loop to turn around, but soon changed to use the "reverse" feature of station/stop tracks, avoiding the loop.
With the construction ofand , two tracks (4 and 5) were built, sharing platform C, and two more passing tracks were built, along with a depot at the west of the station. The east area was also constructed for .
Currently, no extension of the station is currently planned. Some freight trains might be planned and go through the passing tracks, but this will not have a heavy impact on the traffic in the station
|A||1||ATL-B||Personhood West||ATL and CRT||
|B||2||ATL-M||Ehlodex||ATL and CRT||No|
|B||3||ATL-M||Crossroads-Nordstadt West||ATL and CRT||No|
|C||4||Crossroads Mining Area I||CRT||No|
|N2 (R1)||Clockwise Route||CRT||Every 30 seconds|
|N3 (R2)||Counterclockwise Route||CRT||Every 30 seconds|