Port Random Transit Network was a rail system built by RDPIsOnCrack, and once completed, will be the second largest rail system in the UMS. The Port Random network can be split between two systems: the City Rail System, which includes the subway and light rail system inside the city; and the Metro Rail System, which is the commuter rail network.
On October 14, 2018, NerdieSanders took over the organization as part of his acquisition of Port Random and gradually dismantle it to rebuild a more efficient system.
Compared to the Rail Transit Network, the City Rail system was more simplistic. Stations were closer and more compact, resulting in players having to push themselves instead of pressing a button. The Metro lines, however, used the standard button systems seen on the RTN.
All rail traffic is along the right hand side of the rails.
The North Line, once complete under RDP's original plan, would run east-west from Big Island to the West of Port Random.
Completed stops under the plan:
|Big Island||Interchange with Coast Line and Metro East|
|Kamen Rider||Interchange with RTN Outer Line and East Line|
The East Line, once complete under RDP's original plan, would run North-South through the Historical District.
Stops on the line:
|E5||Kamen Rider||Interchange with RTN Outer Line and North Line|
|E3||Beach||Interchange with Coast Line|
|E2||Ferry||Yet to be connected, planned interchange with Downtown Line|
|E1||CoLDe Lands||Planned; Interchange with South Line|
The Coast Line was the first completed line and provides a connection between the Metro East and the Union Terminal Station.
Underwater windows were fitted along the Big Island portion.
|C5||Big Island||Interchange with North Line and Metro East|
|C2||Beach||Interchange with East Line|
This was a yet-to-be completed line south of Port random. Only 2 stations was done:
|C2||Riversouth||Interchange with Metro South|
This was a planned line stretching the Downtown Strip.
Metro East was the only completed line under RDP's original plan. The line stretched from Big Island to Viktoria.
Metro East is also the densest line, as there are four total rail tracks on this route. Two of said tracks serve as an express rail between Viktoria and Port Random.
|ME1||Big Island||Interchange with North Line and Coast Line|
|ME4||Viktoria||Interchange with RTN North Line|
|MS8||Michael||Interchange with RTN Templer Line|
|MS7||Failure Park||Under Construction|
|MS6||DMT Park||Interchange with RTN Outer Line and Little Saigon Railway|
|MS5||Skeletor Pyramid||Branch Line to MOTURK49, no access to DMT Park|
|MS4||MOTURK49||Interchange with West Line, branches into DMT Park line and Skeletor Line|
|MS2||Riversouth||Interchange with South Line|
|MS1||Union||Interchange with most other lines|
This line, once completed, will connect the Union Terminal with the Newport Terminal and the Pierre Poutine Airport
So far, the only complete section of the Metro stretches from Union Terminal to Newport Terminal
|MW1||Union||Interchange with most other lines|
|MW2||Little Canada Terminal||Interchange with some City Rail lines|
|MW3||West Port Random||Interchange with West Line|
|MW5||Stronghold||Interchange with RT West Line|
|MW7||Newport Terminal||Interchange with Newport Rail System|
|MWA1||Airport Corporate Centre||Planned|
|MWA2||Pierre Poutine Airpot||Planned|
This line, when planned, would be a direct connection between Union Terminal and the Airport, following the tracks of the Metro West Airport Branch.
This planned line would follow the highway across the Chono Valley.