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If those segments are indeed part of the alignment yet the chainage stops, they are not connected (ther's a gap), or one of the objects is drawn in the wrong direction. Turn on the arrow component in the alignment style and you should see the arrows pointing all up-chainage. if there is one that isn't, there's your problem.
Aside from what Matt suggests, is it possible you drew those unlinked pieces with a different alignment set current? If so you won't be able to connect those pieces to your alignment. To verify, check the name of the alignment in the properties of the pieces.
you please remember , this is a small idea , when ever you design the alignments on topos, you must use the polyline only , you never use the line command ....dontworry......:smileyhappy :
....when ever you design the alignments on topos, you must use the polyline only , you never use the line command
Not true. You can create successful alignments from lines and arcs, I do it all the time.
Thats the wrong way to create the chainge to alignments.
For example: If 1km length alignment( ie.,1000m) having chainage, the alignment having some curves not a strightline, then how did you create the chainage along the alignment at a time.If it is possible but taking long time to create the chainage to alignment
I am not sure what you mean by that, but the fact remains that you can create alignments from lines and arcs in Civil 3D, and there is nothing wrong with doing so.
.... but small mistakes are coming.
What are these "small mistakes"? Thanks.