1 or 2 corridors: How would you do this?
I'm doing a street corridor design. There's a railroad crossing right in the middle. We are not redoing the railroad crossing. It is being left "as is".
Would you do 2 separate corridors, one on each side of the railroad crossing?
Or, would you do a single corridor, with a blank space in the middle where the railroad crossing is?
I'm leaning to 2 separate corridors, but am open to ideas. Thanks.
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I would do one and hide the region at the tracks. This would eleiminate coordinating two PGL's
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I would use 1 corridor with a gap at the tracks. Be sure to add a gap into the earthworks as well so that you don't have the volumes carry across the tracks.
I might use 2 corridors if I needed to have a second person work on the project and the track would be the split for the work load.