Chapter 12. Transportation - Assemblies and Corridors

In this chapter, you create assemblies and corridors for transportation engineering projects. Assemblies and corridor for transportation engineering projects are usually more complex than those used in site design and subdivision design projects.

Transportation assemblies model a wide variety of typical cross-section configurations including those required for road reconstruction, divided highways, arterials with raised center medians, and interchanges. Furthermore, they often include subassemblies that are used for daylighting to a surface. Corridors are used to model complex transportation facilitates that include many variances in the typical cross-section configuration over different station ...

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