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johnwilson0805
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ADD A TURN OUT ALONG A BIKE PATH CORRIDOR

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10-29-2012 12:29 PM

I need to add a turnout (not intersection) along a bike path at a given station (see pdf attachment)

if I draw a turnout with nice arcs and lines, is there a way to add it to the corridor with extended

cross slope from the assembly at that point?

 

Thanks

 

John Wilson

yes, it's possible.

You have to use a BasicLaneTransition.

Please use help for better explainance.

Good luck.

Thank you very much. It helped to research edit target to a polyline layout

 

John

While polylines can be used as targets they are static entities, so they don't move if your alignment changes. A better solution is to use offset alignments with widenings. Then you can move the widening along the baseline or edit it parametrically. You want a solution that is dynamic to changes to the design.

 

Also for a widening you should consider using an offset in your assembly so that your template will be perpendicular to the edge of pavement through the widening.

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bpoleuca
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Re: ADD A TURN OUT ALONG A BIKE PATH CORRIDOR

10-29-2012 12:55 PM in reply to: johnwilson0805

yes, it's possible.

You have to use a BasicLaneTransition.

Please use help for better explainance.

Good luck.

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johnwilson0805
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Re: ADD A TURN OUT ALONG A BIKE PATH CORRIDOR

10-29-2012 04:48 PM in reply to: bpoleuca

Thank you very much. It helped to research edit target to a polyline layout

 

John

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Neilw
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Re: ADD A TURN OUT ALONG A BIKE PATH CORRIDOR

10-29-2012 11:45 PM in reply to: johnwilson0805

While polylines can be used as targets they are static entities, so they don't move if your alignment changes. A better solution is to use offset alignments with widenings. Then you can move the widening along the baseline or edit it parametrically. You want a solution that is dynamic to changes to the design.

 

Also for a widening you should consider using an offset in your assembly so that your template will be perpendicular to the edge of pavement through the widening.

Neil Wilson (a.k.a. neilw)
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johnwilson0805
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Re: ADD A TURN OUT ALONG A BIKE PATH CORRIDOR

10-31-2012 06:47 AM in reply to: Neilw

Thanks Neil

 

I'll look imto that

 

John

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