AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

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randyowens3203
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Median Crossing centerline

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09-12-2013 11:22 AM

I have seen several old post regarding this issue. They say it can be done using the LaneFromTaperedMedian subassembly, and that there is a webcast explaining it. I have checked with Autodesk, and the webcast is no longer available. Does anyone out there have any detailed instructions as to how to accomplish this. I'll attach an image of my median.

Randy A. Owens
Southland Engineering, Inc.
Win 7 64BIT
C3D 2013
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randyowens3203
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Re: Median Crossing centerline

09-12-2013 12:07 PM in reply to: randyowens3203

Notice that me median has 30" curb & gutter that also needs to cross the centerline.

Randy A. Owens
Southland Engineering, Inc.
Win 7 64BIT
C3D 2013
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shayaq22
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Registered: ‎07-14-2014
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Re: Median Crossing centerline

10-10-2014 07:41 AM in reply to: randyowens3203

Hello Randy,

I am in a similar situation, when my median crosses centerline the lane lines and the curb lines jump to the other side of the roadway. I have a attached an image of my civil 3D display where, Blue lines are lane lines and Edge of travel lanes and light green lines are curb lines. In a perfect world of civil 3D point 1 should connect to point 2, point 3 should connect to point 4, similarly point 5 to 6 and point 7 to 8. when i display section view they show perfectly ok. My question is, were you able to resolve this issue with you previous design. Any help in this regard is greatly appreciated.

Thanks

 

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