I'm currently upgrading a portion of road with two intersecting roads off of it. I have built a corridor but it's not what it should look like. I believe the problem is my assembilies, i am currently only using two assembilies: 1 for my main road and 1 one for the intersecting roads. I'm fairly new to the Civil 3D world and have been getting by with online videos and posts. My question is how many (full/half section) assembilies should i be using when creating a t-shaped intersection?
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Take a look at this video. I think it should be helpful.
Here's one snippet from the video.
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You only need half sections if the intersection has a blended crown. If the crown is maintained thru the int then you don't need a half lane.
You don't need a lane only assembly for the best case scenario with crown thru. Instead you would need a Lane with one edge for the main road.
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