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so far I have develop a lot of low density zones. but mostly between stage 1 -3 and some four. So I shoud go to medium density?
The eternal commuters are unfortunately permanently saved in the saved game files.Thus, even if you bulldoze all border connections, they would still be there.They don't even have to be seen as people actually commuting over the border.The Simulator only sees them as residential capacity available elsewhere (not specifically where) in the region.Due to this there is also very little chance of recovering a region that has built up a huge amount of eternal commuters.Even without the CAM you would at some point have experienced the same sooner or later (later than with the CAM in play though).The only chance of getting some sort of recovery is to substantially increase the number of industrial and commercial jobs in your region.
But if you eliminate the eternal commuter problem from each city in the region and then save that city, won't that fix the problem?
Unfortunately I don't know exactly how the game computes and takes neighbours into consideration.However, my experience is that the capacity seen through neighbour connections can only increase, not decrease
At this point, you could import the cities from your saved region into your original region, one by one. One would think (or again, at least hope!) that Maxis would be smart enough not to import external demand along with city data. If this is true, you'd be starting with actual demand figures once you start your cities up again, assuming you had the RCI demand fix installed. How does that sound?
It has high residential demand and it already connected with other city.The region population about 100k.And i already place the high density residential,but it won't develop into an apartment, it just a small house.Can someone help me?
Residential Stage LimitsThe threshold values are in all cases the total regional residential capacity (not population): R§ + R§§ + R§§§.Specifically for the CAM, the threshold values are set higher for R§§§ than for R§§, and higher for R§§ than for R§. R§ R§§ R§§§ Stage Stage Stage Stage Stage Stage Stage Stage Stage 123456789 6946978124868362 %4 %6 %19 %22 %25 %16 %6 %86836976551085451 %3 %5 %16 %19 %23 %20 %11 %2 %
I don't think that has been tested, so I'd love to see you make some experimenting.
Yes, most stage 4 and all stage 5 residential houses require medium density zones to grow.And by zoning medium density only in certain centrally located places,you can pretty well determine where to get your first midrises.
Thanks for all of your help thus far. how big can I expect my suburbs to grow before I get to more urban areas? I hav 4-5 medium sized city tiles surroung my expected more urban area? right I am growing on low density and low stages.