Corridor Feature Lines

Corridor feature lines are first drawn connecting the same point codes. For example, a feature line will work its way down the corridor and connect all the TopCurb points. If there are TopCurb points on the entire length of your corridor, then the feature line does not have any decisions to make. If your corridor changes from having a curb to having a grassed buffer or ditch, the feature line needs to figure out where to go next.

The Feature Lines tab of the Corridor Properties dialog has a drop-down menu called Branching (see Figure 9-16), with two options—Inward and Outward. Inward branching forces the feature line to connect to the next point it finds toward the baseline. Outward branching forces the feature line to ...

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