Zeta-C transport agency
|ZCSC Rail Is the fictional railroad that provides cargo and passenger service in Zeta-C. I am also currently building a real world train layout based on this.
After the Zeta-C colony was established, it was realized that moving cargo and people through the station would prove challenging due to the experimental design of the station. Thus, the Zeta-C Space Colony Railroad (ZCSC Rail) was created.
As the railroad reached into farther points inside the spiral ring, other types of businesses and industries became more viable. Being the most densely packed area, the point of entry to the colony was labeled the Metro Region. This is is where most of the big companies are located. The central region was designated for food production and as such was labeled as the planes region. And lastly the mountain region was labeled for it's visually rough and hilly terrain.
Out of all the freight service that runs on Zeta-C rails, none is more important than the movement and delivery of breast milk tank cars. This gold commodity is used for a large amount of food products and trade export.
|Svelt Railways is a subsidiary company of ZCSC rail dedicated to passenger service. They currently operate the following roster of Emu and Dmu trains on separate track from cargo service.
E259 Narita Express
Virgin Super Voyager
JR500 Nozomi (Hello Kitty livery)
|Boost Spacelines is a Zeta-C based orbital space transport line that services the Mars orbital colonies, the Mars transfer and Mars proper. The company was brought under the umbrella of the Zeta-C transport agency in order to regulate major transportation modes that keeps the colony running. All female staff servicing the spacecraft are only moderately large chested for ease of maneuverability. Seating arrangements on the customized space craft are zoned by breast size rather than price in order to maximize comfort for passengers. Like many of the other Zeta-C space fairing ships, the spaceline's unique look was intended to reflect the breast-centric culture of Zeta-C with it's signature breast pod engines.|