OMSI 2 Maps

Nysa 2.0

Submitted on December 14, 2020


NYSA — PROJEKT NUMER JEDEN Small Polish card for OMSI 2.
A high-quality map, worked out to the smallest detail. Regular project update.

▪ The map contains one route: 28 ul. Piłsudskiego - ul. Polna ▪ Route length: 6.6 km ▪ Route time: 22 minutes
▪ There is a voice informant Version: 2.0 build 1, from 12.09.2020

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Credits: Studio «MAP.NYSA»


Ahlheim_Laurenzbach_2020 Modern

Submitted on November 15, 2020

Description: Die fiktive Karte ist im südlichen Niederrhein angesiedelt, irgendwo zwischen Mönchengladbach, Duisburg und der holländischen Grenze. Sie spielt in den beiden Großstädten Ahlheim und Laurenzbach. Dazwischen liegen noch die kleineren Städte und Orte Derenhofen, Markscheidt und Voosen.

Credits: Unknown


Japan Test Map & ERGA-mio v3.4

Submitted on October 5, 2020


Japan Test Mapのみを更新しました。※欠損ファイルが有った為、5/23再更新しました。前回からの更新は、Japan Test Mapの架空㉒系統のみです。その他の細かい更新内容は以下の通りです。・AIバスがバス停停車時に歩道に乗り上げるバグを修正。・試験的に乗客の音声を日本語化。 (男女1名ずつの声を割当てて使用)・㉒系統[車庫~北口]までの各停留所柱と上屋を追加・赤いポール(ソフトポール)の寸法を見直し。 (直径と半径の指定間違いにより、太さが実寸の2倍になっていた為)車体とマップは別々のファイルとなってます。それぞれダウンロードして下さい。車 体:V0.5.9_Isuzu_ERGA-mio.zipマップ

Credits: Kamy February

Download: (122 MB) + (276 MB)

Ruhrgebiet Mod 2019 by Dominik Plays

Submitted on September 26, 2020


Herzlich Willkommen im Ruhrgebiet. Die Stadt Gladbeck und Bottrop bilden auf dieser Karte das Kerngebiet. Um Gladbeck herum befinden sich auf der Karte 15 Staedte. Groesstenteils verbindet im Nahverkehr hier die VESTISCHE die Staedte miteinander. Welcome to Gladbeck Explore 500 kilometers around Gladbeck and 14 other cities in the Ruhr Valley District. A total of 50 bus lines promise unprecedented variety, while 24-hour operation guarantees around-the-clock driving pleasure. === Linien - Line === Stadtlinien - Citylines 107 E-Katernberg <=> GE-HBF 188 Gladbeck Oberhof <=> Dorsten ZOB 189 Gladbeck Oberhof <=> Essen Boyer Str 211 GE-Buer Rathaus <=> Herten Mitte 212 GE-Buer Rathaus <=> Herten Mitte 222 GE-Buer Rathaus <=> Marl Mitte 232 Datteln Busbahnhof <=> OER-Berliner Platz 244 GE-Buer Rathaus <=> GE-Hassel Friedhof 247 GE-Buer Rathaus <=> Gelsenkirchen Stadtgrenze 249 GE-Buer Rathaus <=> Recklinghausen HBF 249k RE-HBF -Herten 251 Bottrop ZOB <=> Grafenmühle 252 GLA-Hermannschule <=> GE-Buerer Str 253 GLA-Dechenstr <=> GE-Buerer Str 254 GLA-Dechenstr <=> GLA-Am Park 255 Gladbeck Oberhof <=> GE-Buer Rathaus 257 Gladbeck Oberhof <=> GLA-Tunnelstr 258 GLA-Berliner Str <=> GE-Buerer Str 259 Bottrop ZOB <=> Oberhof 260 Bottrop ZOB <=> Oberhof 261 Eigen Markt <=> Bergbaustr 262 Eigen Markt <=> Bottrop ZOB 263 OB-Ster.BF. <=> Essen Boyer Str 264 Bottrop ZOB <=> Börenstraße 265 Bottrop ZOB <=> Weusterstr 266 Bottrop ZOB <=> Boyer Markt 267 Bottrop ZOB <=> Movie Park 268 Zeche Franz Haniel <=> Klopriesstr. 291 BOT-ZOB - BOT HBF 380 GE-Buer Rathaus <=> GE-HBF 381 GE-Buer Rathaus <=> GE-HBF 383 GE-Buerer Str <=> GE-HBF 389 GE-HBF <=> BO-Zilleweg 396 GE-Buer Straße-GE-Buer Rathaus 398 GE-Buer Rathaus - Herrmannschule 908 OB-Sterkrade <=> DU-Matenastr. 960 OB- HBF - Neumarkt 979 OB-Sterkrade <=> Bottrop ZOB Schnellbuslinien - Expressline SB16 Essen HBF <=> Gartenstr. Hospitalstr. SB20 RE-HBF <=> Herne Bhf. SB24 RE-HBF <=> Dortmund Mengede Bhf. SB29 Bottrop ZOB <=> Gelsenkirchen HBF SB36 BOT-S.Del.Str. <=> Gelsenkirchen HBF SB49 GE-Buer Rathaus - RE-HBF SB49k RE-HBf - Herten SB90 OB-HBF - Sterkrade Bf SB91 GE-Buer Rathaus <=> Oberhausen HBF Nachtbuslinien - Nightline NE2 RE-HBF <=> Bottrop ZOB NE2 GE-HBF - Kattenberg NE5 RE-HBF <=> Herne Bhf. NE9 GE-Buer Rathaus <=> Herten Mitte NE10 GE-Buer Rathaus <=> GE-HBF NE11 GE-Buer Rathaus <=> GE-HBF NE12 GE-Buer Rathaus - Herrmannschule NE14 GE-Buer Rathaus <=> GE-HBF NE14 RE-HBF <=> Dortmund Mengede Bhf NE16 E-HBF <=> Bottrop ZOB NE18 Bottrop ZOB <=> BOT-S.Del.Str. NE19 Bottrop ZOB <=> Oberhof Taxibuslinien - Taxiline TB256 Gladbeck St. Kir. <=> BOT-Eigen Markt TB256 Eigen Markt -Schneiderstr. TB217 Fuhlenbrock -Senjorenzentrum TB247 Metzlerstr. - Stadtgrenze TB269 Schneiderstr. - Im Pinntal TB294 BOT ZOB - Wehlheimerstr. Strassenbahnlinie - Tramline 107 E-Katernberg <=> GE-HBF 301 GE-Essener Str <=> GE-HBF Testversion 302 GE-Buer Rathaus <=> GE-HBF You need our Tram AddOn to play this line SEV S9 - Essen -Ge-Hassel Rb43 Feldhausen- Bottrop Rb44 Feldhausen - Oberhausen S2 Essen -Dortmund Stadtrundfahrt 100 Oberhof - Oberhof === Abkürzungen - Shortcut === SB = Schnellbus NE = Nachtexpress TB = Taxibus HBF = Hauptbahnhof BHF = Bahnhof E = Essen BO = Bochum GE = Gelsenkirchen DO = Dortmund DU = Duisburg RE = Recklinghausen OB = Oberhausen GLA = Gladbeck BOT = Bottrop HER = Herne HTN = Herten OER = Oer Erkenschwick DAT = Datteln WAL = Waltrop MAR = Marl

Credits: Dominik Plays


Map Celeste

Submitted on September 3, 2020


* Translated from Spanish * Hi, how are you? Today I am launching a map made entirely from scratch by me and as a result of so many successes and errors, I am finally launching it in this first version, which contains the initial routes, a tunnel, a viaduct, the basic lighting (almost finished in its totality) some small neighborhoods and bus terminals, in addition to a train terminal. This map, although it will have future updates, is freely editable, so you can edit and publish it, as long as you keep the corresponding credits and launch it as a finished work (not in WIP), you should not commercialize it for profit either. Here I leave the video presentation on YouTube and the download of the files is in its description (activate the subtitles to translate text into your language)

Credits: Bruno Busologo



Submitted on June 5, 2020


Cotterell is the first map by the UKDT. It is a left-path map based on the city of Bath, in south-west England. It consists of one line, running between the town centre and the University of Cotterell. The map was mainly built to test the ability of those of us in the UKDT (UK Design Team) to work together before moving on to a bigger project. We reckon it's been a success, so look forward to more coming soon!

Credits: UKDT


Gorubathan-Natula v2.5

Submitted on May 27, 2020


The map is far away from being finished. New versions are still to come, which are going to include new sections of the route in northeastern diretion. There is still a long way to go before making Station Links, Bus lines, etc.

About the objects. At first, I thought, that putting objects of fewer types (4-5 types of buildings, 3-4 types of trees...) will make the map "lighter", with higher FPS. It turns out, that the number of objects is more important, than the number of types of objects. So, using true buildings, trees from India would be a great idea. But... I go to work every business day. So, my free time is a bit too limited to allow me to concentrate on making objects from India and China and making the map itself is time-consuming, unfortunately.  To me, the map, as it is right now, looks good, can be way better, but...

What I can assure you is that the terrain and the route are exactly as they are in the real world. That's because I used DllImport for the terrain, taking data from here. OMSI 2 does not allow me to place any objects more than 1000 metres above sea level, so I made a little tool to offset this whole terrain down by 3400 metres. So, this problem is fixed. Also, in the editor, I put satellite images from Google and this way I am able to put a house exactly where it actually is, make the road exactly as it is, etc... So, about the road and terrain, I 100% guarantee, that this place along the route, and the road itself really exist in India with exactly the same number of turns.
There is a way the map can be made to look more like India (for now, I plan to include China, when I get to the border up in the mountains), but for this, I need some support. There is no street view from there, so we can rely on pics from google only. There are some pics, actually. If someone is able to make a couple of objects from the route for OMSI, I can quickly put them in the map in place of the german ones.

About the fuel station - here is the actual fuel station. So, it is in it's correct place on the map. The terminus of the route is just after it, so turn round and you get the opportunity to fuel right at the beginning of the route. There are fuel stations along the way to China, I believe, so I plan to put fuel stations only where there is actually one. If the distance between two specific ones is too big, I can put a fuel station in the middle, but I will think about that when I finish the route.
edit: Your bus is really proving to be fuel-consuming. Along the exact same route, with this Ikarus 280.26, I fuel in Mal Bazar, go up to Algarah and then back to Mal Bazar, and in the end, I still have some 30-40% fuel.

Credits: naftalinov


Gorubathan-Natula_v2.5.rar (50 MB)
Splines from Tettau 

Flat Testing Map

Submitted on May 24, 2020


Flat map to test your buses in the game. Thanks For Downloading.

Credits: AltPekMods

Download: Testing_Map (539 KB)