how can i get my shoulder slope to match my lane slope? there is a feature line with elevation that is following the end of my lane (off: 33.50'). but from there, i cant get my shoulder slope to match my lane slope. i cant set another profile for the 35.5' offset to follow and need this to work. see image, dont worry about the left side.
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Use a parameter reference in your assembly. This will allow the program to apply an output parameter from one sub as an input for another one.
you are using assemblies that i'm not using. i cant get the assemblies you used to do what i need. i have specific alignments and elevations i need to follow and that sub doesnt have the juice i need, sorry. is there possibly another method you or anyone else can think of to help me out, i am stuck here... thank you SBoon.
Need more detail. Post a sketch showing which subs you're using and how the assembly was built. We'll also need to know which ones are being controlled by corridor targeting. Can you post a drawing with the assembly in it?
What shoulder SA are you using? They should all have that override built in to allow the lane slope to be passed to the shoulder.
right now i am using a "lanesuperelevationAOR" defined by a feature line and elevation, and a "shoulderextendsubbase". i also have a "linkoffsetandelevation" before the lane. you can see it in the image on the original post. i thought i went through the definition of the shoulder looking for something like that, but if there is another one i need to use i gladly switch. thanks.
Hi - I have a similar problem and can't find the solution anywhere else.
I am using "ShoulderExtendAll" and I want to set my shoulder slope to 6% (easy enough) and set my subbase to 3% (also easy) but keep the shoulder base slope at 2% to match my road. There is no where to do this; the base slope automatically follows the shoulder slope (6%). Any ideas?
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