Operators are a key feature of Stepford County Railway. These operators have got different trains, which you can spawn at various Depots & Sidings depending on your route, which are also different depending on the operator.
Main article: Stepford Connect
Stepford Connect operates rail services to various districts around Stepford County, such as Benton, Leighton, Morganstown, Whitefield, Berrily, Stepford Airport, Llyn-by-the-Sea and Willowfield. A full journey on the mainline, which runs from Stepford Victoria to Llyn-by-the-Sea takes about 43 minutes and is only drivable on the Class 68.
The route is classified as regional rail, due to the fact that it takes up the majority of the network and it serves various regions. The trains on this route reach an average maximum speed of 100 miles per hour.
As part of a renewed franchise from 1st May 2020, this operator is now branded as Stepford Connect and bears a colour scheme, courtesy of rail management system Transport For Stepford. Prior to the renewal, the brand was simply Connect and bore a colour scheme.
Main article: Waterline
Waterline, stylised as waterline, operates rail services to various districts around Stepford County, such as Connolly, Newry, Newry Harbour, Greenslade, Benton, Morganstown and James Street. A full journey on the mainline, which runs from Newry to Greenslade takes about 9 minutes.
The operator is classified as a regional commuter rail due to its short travel times and the stations it serves. The trains on this route can go as fast as 100 miles per hour, but are limited to 90 miles per hour.
Main article: AirLink
AirLink operates rail services from Stepford Central and Leighton to Stepford Airport, linking Berrily and Morganstown along the way. A full journey on the mainline, which runs from Stepford Central to Stepford Airport Central, takes about eight minutes non-stop.
The route is classified as semi-high-speed rail, but it is also considered (and is) an airport rail link. The trains on this route reach an average maximum speed of 100 miles per hour, with the exception of the Class 802, which can achieve 125 miles per hour and the Class 387, which can achieve 110 miles per hour. Trains commonly run at top speed on the journey between the airport and the city and bears an colour scheme.
Main article: Stepford Express
Stepford Express, or Express for short, is one of the four operators in Stepford County Railway. It links Stepford Central with many major urban areas, namely Benton, Morganstown, Leighton and a terminus at Llyn-by-the-Sea.
Stepford Express is classified as high-speed rail, due to the fact that it skips the majority of stations along its line that are operated by Stepford Connect. It uses rolling stock that are specially designed for high-speed lines, with speeds up to a maximum of 125 miles per hour.
A full journey on the mainline, which is from Stepford Central to Llyn-by-the-Sea takes about 23 minutes, while the fastest version that goes via Morganstown instead of Benton can do it in 17 minutes. The line is coloured on network maps. Before Stepford Express got renovation on SCR Version 1.7, the line was coloured .