The central area of New Quinntopia is currently laid out in three sections. Below is an overview of the central area with some of the key features:
Starting from the left, there is the undeveloped industrial district, which may or may not have factories:
On the right side of the Commercial District, the elevation grows and clusters of houses and apartment buildings dot the hillside. This area is also currently undeveloped. There is some concern from city planners that the ground has a strange pink appearance and is very soft. Outside consultant assure future residents that layers of a new environmental solution called plaster will cover up the toxic and unsightly mess. Everyone is happy.
Moving to the right of the station, we see that Minitrix Avenue continues, while the Avenue of the Liberation of Quinntopia turns into a one lane road before ending at Fleischman Way - where the future train station will be built. Parallel to Minitrix Avenue is another major roadway: Kato Avenue. Here in the heart of the commercial district both Minitrix and Kato avenues cross Fleischmann Way and Arnold Way before they continue on and merge in the residential areas along the hillside.