Metro Line 2 (4th Haven)

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WolvHaven Metro Line 2 - 7th Avenue Line
MetroM.png Metro2.png
An advertisement advertising the northern extension of the Metro Line 2 to La Resistance.
Type Rapid Transit
System WolvHaven Metro
Status      Semi-Auto. Press a button/step on a pressure plate to spawn a train.
Termini Esplanade
City Hall
Stations 10 (Operational)
Services 1
Opened 1 January 2015; 3 years ago
Operator(s) TransHaven
Character Underground (City Hall - Liberty
University - Esplanade)
Elevated (Stalingrad - Parkroyal)
Depot(s) Esplanade Depot
Rolling stock PM25AM/A
PM05 (formerly)
PM10 (formerly)
PM20 (formerly)
SM05 (formerly)
SM10 (formerly)
SM20 (formerly)
SM25A (formerly)
Line Length -
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in) standard gauge
Electrification 750 V DC Third rail
Operating speed limit of 90 km/h (56 mph)
Route Map

The WolvHaven Metro Line 2 is a metro line running along the east side of the city's Wolfminster island and serves the 1st and 2nd Districts of the City. It has 10 stations currently in operation. It is also known as the 7th Avenue line.


The line starts at City Hall in tunnel, running south and turns left to arrive at Liberty. Tracks turn left again and ascend just before Stalingrad. The line then runs North-South along 7th Avenue in Wolfminster island above ground. Just after Parkroyal, trains descend into large twin-bore tunnels. Trains run in an East-West direction along 14th St. in the La Resistance CBD and eventually cross the WolvHaven Strait into Westford island, where it terminates at Esplanade.


At City Hall, it is in single-track alignment. The line is widened to two tracks, where all stations to Parkroyal have side platforms. From City Hall to Stalingrad, a single tunnel caters for two tracks. To the north of Parkroyal, the tunnels are large and separated. This enables University, Dakota and La Resistance stations to have island platforms. Beyond Dakota, the tracks are stacked where trains towards Esplanade run below the trains coming from Esplanade. This is to allow cross-platform interchange between Line 2 and Line 3 passengers. Line 2 passengers may cross over to Line 3 towards Parkroyal while Line 3 passengers may cross over to Line 2 towards City Hall.


M2Route.png There are currently 10 stations opened.

List of stations

Station Image Island Connections/Notes
City Hall CityHallEntrance.png Wolfminister Metro1.png Metro4.png Metro5.png Metro6.png Metro7.png Metro8.png Metro10.png MetroS.png BERT.png
Liberty BERT.png
Stalingrad TramT.png Tram2.png Tram3.png
Sarglia TramT.png Tram1.png Tram2.png Tram3.png
Soho TramT.png Tram1.png Tram3.png BERT.png

Metro3.png TramT.png Tram1.png Tram3.png
Formerly called Nationale

Dakota Metro4.png BERT.png
La Resistance Metro1.png Metro10.png BERT.png
Esplanade Westford Metro3.png Metro5.png Metro6.png Metro8.png


Up until June 15, 2019, Line 2 services were run fully automatic. Trains ran at 12 trains per hour (tph), which is a train every 5 minutes. This is to reduce lag on the server as there was 5 automatic lines in operation, however this amount has decreased. During its peak, it was having a frequency of 40 tph, which is every 1.5 minutes.

In June of 2019, a revamp occurred, lead by engineer imperial_block. On a project that was completed singlehanded, the line was converted to become Semi-Automatic. This form allows for trains to only be existent when needed by players, further reducing lag.

On 15 July 2020, M2 was made auto again with the status of Special for about 2 hours. It was then switched to Auto. Soon after, the line was made hybrid. This means that it can either run as automatic or semi automatic after the mode was selected by specific switches. The line was kept on automatic mode even during Calidia's generation, although suspended. The first time the switch to semi automatic happened was on the 4th of February 2023 due to a Traincarts-related TPS crisis.

Rolling Stock & Operations History

The WolvHaven Metro Line 2 uses the latest M25CA stock and is fully automatic. Service reliability of Metro Line 2 is 90% unlike the troublesome Metro Line 1 which has a service reliability of 50% before its recent upgrade. Unlike the other Metro Lines, line 2 was the first in WolvHaven history to run trains at a set interval of 1.5mins in between each train. This has inspired Line 1 to make the switch from running trains at the closest interval at all times to a set interval as well. (see: Metro Line 1 Overhaul).

Line 2 received a rolling stock upgrade in 2020 when automatic operation on the line was resumed. It currently uses M25EA with a design speed of 100km/h, and maximum speed of 90km/h (1.25b/t). This has cut down overall off-peak journey times by 20%.

Sidings and crossovers

There is a crossover at City Hall for one-track operation. Besides, in the recent SOHO station upgrade, the tracks were replaced and two sidings in between the two through tracks are installed. The sidings are connected on both ends of the through tracks. Because of this, in 2016, trains from City Hall were able to terminate at SOHO or Parkroyal when the tracks at Parkroyal were damaged due to a track block disappearing magically. Passengers had to use replacement buses to commute between Parkroyal and La Resistance. Later on, the sidings were removed and replaced with a crossover at the end of SOHO's platforms were trains reverse outside the platforms then head back in to continue service back to Esplanade. This same process happens at Parkroyal in the same direction. Another crossover can be found at the bottom of the Parkroyal decent where trains at university can turn around and head back to Esplanade without disrupting the elevated section of the line. There is another crossover at La Resistance. This enabled works to extend the line to Esplanade to continue without disrupting the line.


Unlike the other metro lines, Metro Line 2 is mostly above ground and is famous for its arched viaducts and parisian styled stations. Soho station is unique because it does not have piston doors on the platforms, instead you must jump up onto the platform from the track. This feature, however is now replaced by piston doors as part of the upgrade programme to the station.