Those trams are modelled after real existing (Russian) trams.... So they do not have ZUB transponders attached to the bogies, and the maximum speed is limited at 70 km/h (well, I put a small margin on that, so 70 is actually reachable).Also (you can call me a saboteur or plaything person* ) but I took a ride on a new T3 line with both KTM 23 and KTM 31. As I expected, ATB gave me 10 permissief after crossing signal light behind Kanalstraat station so I had to enable ATB/ZUB bypass and kept going. The trams mentioned above went only 72 km/h
The KTM Citylink is semi-fictional, and inspired on a tram that will reach 100 km/h and has ZSI-127 train protection (a simplified version of ETCS Level 1, using the same hardware). So installing ZUB on this tram was no problem.
Hahaha, yes, I did that Indeed to prevent anyone from derailing at the end of the tracks and ending up pointing up out of the ground (like a SpaceX rocket ) at Molenwijk.Well the most funny part in light version of Rijndam 2022 was, when I tried to explore the closed part to the Rijndam Zuid. So I spawned 2 SG2/1 set path to the one of the closed rails and went in. At first nothing weird happening, only ATB kept me at 40 km/h, but I thought it's on purpose so I kept going. After few meters I saw two signs telling me to stop. I was like: "This can't stop me! " and kept going expecting, that I'll clip through them, but when I reached those signs and was about to ram into them. Train suddenly stopped as it crashed into something invisible. I was like:"What! What the [censored]!" So I set throttle to 1.00 and tried to "bust" trough, but train kept bouncing back. So I stopped the train completely and looked below rails, and to my surprise, there were stopblocks hidden below rails, blocking my path. I started laughing, because I realized, how dumb I was and I didn't know that Sjoerd proabably secured those closed areas to prevend rubbernecks** like me to get in and (possibly) derail.