Originally Posted by PocketDaddy45
What I found works great is I have big railroads that run in a big circle. I circle Africa and South America so I'm always picking up parts with my fully upgraded diesels that are destined for the other side of the continent. So typically my trains are loaded with 4X600 or 5X 1600 jobs so every stop is a lot of coins. Also pick up some bigger bux jobs that way.
Then I have two railroads that cross the world. One goes from Nome to Christchurch so it's not uncommon to pick up 80 bux jobs and 5X 6500 coin jobs.
The other goes from Honolulu to Tokyo--same thing. They both just go back and forth.
And I try to complete the daily events.
Question! When you say Honolulu to Tokyo, is that just one long series of transcontinental routes for one train, or more than one train? My one complaint about Pocket Trains (as with Planes) is that the world is not actually round in these games! I WISH I could have a Honolulu route that connects east instead of west.
(OK, I also would complain about the lack of updates, but that's minor.)