King Nemesis wrote:
Alright.. Here is the maths for throughput..
Ride time is roughly 3 minutes (for simplicity in the maths)
64 on the track at one time.
3 x 20 = 60
20 rides per hour.
64 x 20 = 1,280
This means throughput is 1,280 per hour... roughly...
Although ive most likely worked out wrong as someone on TS is saying 1,728 per hour
Using the full 165 seconds (2.75 minutes) it works out to be 21.86 rides per train per hour so it would be 21.
Then 16 (train capacity) times 4 (number of trains) is 64.
Times this by 21 gives you 1,344 riders per hour. I have no idea how they arrived at 1,800 odds but it is most likely wrong.