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U turns modelling & marked point

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10-12-2012 01:29 PM

Dear colleagues,

I'm trying to model a U-Turn as you can find in attached picture. I think it should be done by intersections tools (i.e. 2 different intersection) but unfortunately curb return alignments and profiles  doesn't work properly!!

and another question:

after U-Turn I have a median with varying width. I tried to use marked point and link to marked point subassemblies to model it. but the link didn't connect 2 corridor (i.e. North ands outh ways)




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Re: U turns modelling & marked point

10-12-2012 01:39 PM in reply to: Alimalek

I'd forget the intersection tools and do this manually with a corridor and a few baselines and some good assemblies.

have you tried basic lane transition in place of marked point and link to marked point?




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Re: U turns modelling & marked point

10-14-2012 01:06 AM in reply to: Alimalek

I is doable with the intersection tools.


Attached is a link to a drawing with the intersection constructed as per your picture.


Sorry "The attachment file size is too large. The maximum file size is: 1,572,864 bytes"


I have attached a screenshot as well

If this fixed your issue, click on "Accept as Solution"

Andrew Puller
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