The Government Access Tunnel v 1.2 is an advanced transportation system that consists of secret cross-country tunnels across the United States. These tunnels provide a private road with no AI traffic and are completely invisible to GPS. The latest version, v1.2, has introduced new features and improvements to enhance the user experience.
Revisions in v1.2
The following revisions have been made in the Government Access Tunnel v 1.2:
- Added a tunnel from Broken Arrow, OK central hub to Washington, DC.
- Added a tunnel from Broken Arrow, OK central hub to Seattle, WA.
- Added an off-road map at my El Rancho Grande, located west of San Antonio on Interstate 10.
- Added additional rest areas and fuel stations. Notably, the fuel is free at the fuel station in the Seattle tunnel.
Features of the Government Access Tunnel
The Government Access Tunnel system offers several noteworthy features:
- Invisibility to GPS: These tunnels are completely undetectable by GPS, making them invisible on the map as well as your GPS device.
- No interference with the main map: The Government Access Tunnels do not interfere with the aesthetics of the main map when viewing.
- Convenient rest stops: Rest stops are conveniently located along the tunnels, eliminating the need to search for them.
Discovering the Tunnels
Similar to any secret, these tunnels can only be found visually and not through GPS guidance. Your GPS won’t include these tunnels in its planned routes, so you have to rely on your own sight to locate them. Alternatively, you can watch videos or seek assistance to find the entrance/exit points.
The Government Access Tunnels have three main entrance/exit points:
- West coast: Las Vegas, Nevada
- Central midpoint: Northeast of Oklahoma City on I44 (Broken Arrow central hub)
- East coast: Raleigh, North Carolina
Speed Limit and Travel Experience
The speed limit within the Government Access Tunnels is set at 110mph. While it may be a long and potentially boring ride, the high speed limit ensures quick travel times. However, please note that Kenworths or any other vehicles must adhere to their own speed capabilities for safety reasons.
Additional Scenery Replacements
In addition to the tunnels, the Government Access Tunnel v 1.2 also includes scenery replacements for Interstate 10 in Louisiana and Mississippi. The following additions have been made:
- Atchafalaya basin bridge with swamp
- Huey P. Long bridge in New Orleans and replaced levees
- Mississippi Gulf Coast Beaches (specifically US90)
Requirements and Compatibility
The Government Access Tunnel v 1.2 requires Coast to Coast v1.7.1 by Mantrid. This version has been tested on the 1.2 game version to ensure a smooth and optimal experience.