,Interrail' -OGF Version

Posted by kingfries on 9 July 2017 in English (English)

Hello fellow mappers, Whilst being in the very first steps of planning a (rail-) Trip across europe I had an idea. For those not familiar,an Interrail pass is a railpass bought mostly by Young people which enables them to travel by train all over Europe for cheap. Youre standing at the Station and See a train that goes somewhere you like. You fill in the station you are currently at, the one you are headed to and Just get on the train. The ogf-world seems to be working together slightly better than the real one, so why not introduce the Worldtravel-Pass (better name TBA?), which would enable the buyer to travel by rail and ferry all over the world instead of only one continent. There will still be cheaper versions of this only valid for one continent/Region or the more expensive one for the whole world. This could run under the World Tourism Organisation I assume. Now, realistically, Not every country can participate or wants to. But even nations which don't focus much on rail travel (my own included) or small island nations can offer Discounts for local bus/ferry etc. Services aswell as 10% discounts in hostels. Does this Sound too optimistic? Could be implemented in the wiki article as a table where you add your country and tick off the Services offered (Rail/Ferry/Urban transport/hostel & Museum discounts) using the Red/yellow/green symbols known from other articles. Looking forward to hearing your opinions. -Kingfries

Comment from Myrcia on 9 July 2017 at 08:39

This doesn't have any effect on mapping so I don't mind either way. If you decide to make a wiki article you can put Myrcia in if you'd like.

I went Interrailing this summer and I wrote this article about how to do it if you're interested

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Comment from trabantemnaksiezyc on 9 July 2017 at 09:44

I'm in it! Also, it would be fun to have all the OGF train timetables somewhere.

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Comment from ADB52 on 9 July 2017 at 10:08

I'd be interested as well.

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Comment from eklas on 9 July 2017 at 11:36

I'm also in!

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Comment from zhenkang on 9 July 2017 at 13:39

Is this only in Uletha? If it is also in Archanta then I wonder about the rails..., which include maybe Commonia

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Comment from TheMapper27 on 9 July 2017 at 14:30

I'm in!! I'll spend the next few days developing the rail system in Pogreenia (UL050c)

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Comment from plainoldbread on 9 July 2017 at 19:16

This is a great idea, that way you don't have to fly all the time, you can visit stops along the way which is great.

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Comment from Trombonist2003 on 9 July 2017 at 19:52

Ok. It would also be a great opportunity to start my nation's railroad system!

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Comment from PortCal on 9 July 2017 at 22:13

While there is not many rail in Paroy just yet, this is a great idea for a cheaper way to travel the world!

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Comment from geoboi on 9 July 2017 at 23:49

I am in. Great opportunity to get Leresso involved in the global community.

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Comment from redy on 10 July 2017 at 19:51

I'm interested ! Very good idea !

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Comment from joschi81 on 11 July 2017 at 07:19

Well, Western Uletha has a comparably dense railway network, so Erfeldia, Garlis, Ísztianország, and Ventria would like to participate. The problem though: Ventria is the only one of those countries where all railway lines have been mapped (without any details, but all lines are there). I'm working in Garlis currently, but it will take some weeks until I will have the general structure with all railway lines completed.

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Comment from Sarepava on 11 July 2017 at 18:35

Karolia definitely in. But you have to pay a small amount extra to use high-speed trains.

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