The Greater Toronto Area (GTAV1.5) is the largest project MLT has built to
date. It started out as the GO Transit Project for
Bombardier/TCS. The GO Project was used to aid in training new
GO Transit operators in the winter of 2006/07. The main focus
was accurate trackwork and signaling as well as the necessary
signage and interactive objects for the operators to negotiate the route.
The Toronto Metro is the largest and most highly populated urban
area in Canada and the GO Transit System is one of the largest
commuter rail services in the world.
MLT's GTA 1.5 was built with additional detail and trackwork.
With over 230 miles of main track on 8 subdivisions, 43 passenger
stations, dozens of yards and hundreds of industrial spurs, this
route will keep even the most ambitious developer and operator
busy. The GTA is a great companion to the very popular Niagara
Corridor and ties in nicely to the recently released Bala
The Oakville Sub (Lakeshore West) has been upgraded with some
trackwork and platform updates and added detail and scenery
depth. Night cabs are also included for "Bin"
users. There is a free update for GTA V1.1 owners to V1.5 available
There is also an equipment update from V1.1 to V1.5 here.
V1.1 is not previously needed if you are purchasing V1.5.
MLT's GTA Route requires the use of "Xtracks"
to operate as many of its shapes were needed to build the intricate
Union Station Rail Corridor. Xtracks information and download
can be found here.
MLT also recommends the use of the MSTS "Bin".
Bin users have features built into the GTA. MSTS
"Bin" information and download can be found here.