R110A BETA v0.8 by Bvefan
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R110A BETA v0.8
Created by BveFan


Route Numbers: "0" key
Exterior LCD Display: "9" key
Interior LED Display: "8" key

As a reminder the R110A is in BETA phase which means it will be missing pieces; that includes textures, codes and functions. There may also be noticeable gaps. Criticism to this model will be ignored until the model is announced as 100% Complete. This is the High Quality (HQ) version of the model. If you experience any issues with the R110A BETA similar to the R46 model (Crashes, Lag, etc) then I cannot help you.
If you can use the R46 but experience crashes with the R110A I recommend attempting to load the model again, two more times, before asking for help on the bvestation forums.

Textures and/or codes from this train model cannot be re used on other train models or redistributed without consulting with a developer of the model.
Any personal modifications stays personal; that includes sounds, codes, textures and physics. If you have a personal modification you want to release speak with the developers for permission.

Main Developers are Bvefan & TheExpress/XD60

MTA-New York City Subway
Mfg By: Kawasaki Heavy Railway
Model: R110A Subway Car
Year: 1992

cars: 8001-8010 (Prototype)




Alternative Timeline
8001-8800 (800) primary order 1992-1995
8801-9100 (300) option order 1995-1996
9101-9200 (100) supplemental order 1996-1997
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(Routes) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)


The R-110A (contract R130) was a prototype class of experimental new technology New York City Subway cars delivered in 1992. The R110A was designed to test out new technology features that would be incorporated into the R142 car order, and it was not intended for long-term production use. Built by Kawasaki, there are ten cars, unit numbered 8001–8010, and they are permanently linked in five-car sets.

In each five-car set, there is a full-width cab at each end. The cab cars are powered by four traction motors each. The center car of each five-car set is an unpowered trailer, and the other two cars are powered by two traction motors each.

The cab is computerized, with a control stand consisting of a single lever for traction and braking control, a reversing key, a small numeric and symbol keypad, and an LCD flat panel display. The display is used in conjunction with the keypad to control doors, reset alarms of various sorts including the passenger alert system, display train speed and braking information, and do much more.

The R110A cars are similar to R62s, but they have squarer ends and wider 63-inch passenger entry doors (over a foot wider than the R62 doors, which were 50 inches). All car ends have clear lexan glass, allowing passengers to see through to the next car, except on cab ends. Their bodies are stainless steel.

Seating is improved by eliminating the bucket seats in favor of comfortable benches in bright colors. The benches, unlike the R62 cars, have some forward-facing seating combined with standard longitudinal seating. One side is shifted from the other, making part of the bench on one side of the car face a door on the other side. Some seating space is removed to allow for wider doors. Interior surfaces are fiberglass, which is resistant to graffiti.

There are LED exterior line indicator signs on all cars, LCD destination signs in windows, and LED interior next stop/variable message signs inside the cars. The LED display on the front of the car could either be red, for Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line service, or green, for Lexington Avenue Line service.

The R110A cars entered service on June 15, 1993, on the 2 service. In 1999, they were pulled out of service due to brake problems and fire damage, and were stored until 2013,[1] when the MTA converted the B-cars (non cab cars numbered 8002–8004 and 8007–8009) into flood cleanup pump cars, starting with cars 8002-8004 in 2013 until summer 2014, and then cars 8007-8009 in fall 2014.




Credits:
Exterior/Interior: Bvefan

Textures: Bvefan, Nyctrman, PuertoRican88

Sounds: PuertoRican88, TheExpress/XD60, Bvefan

Physics: TheExpress/XD60, Bvefan

Panel: PuertoRican88
Comments

joeyjet625
2016-11-28 20:04:22
love this train thanks
PSR46
2016-12-07 01:17:38
Best train so far released!!!!! but, how do i get the alternative timelines?
PJMasks214
2017-01-06 22:44:54
Can I Have an R142 BEtA for January 10th 2017 please BveFan
R160BVE4
2017-02-12 01:23:20
Love IT!!!!
R160BVE4
2017-02-12 01:23:25
Love IT!!!!
NYCT_Railer
2017-04-02 17:36:41
Bvefan why i cant post or use the forums when im logged in the normal homepage with no problems. in the forums it says "Account awaiting admin approval" is there something you can do? thanks!
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Released : 11-28-2016
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R110A Bvefan TheExpress/XD60 Nyctrman BETA