These tutorials will get you started working with the corridor assemblies, which create the primary structure of AutoCAD Civil 3D corridor models.
The tutorials in this section demonstrate common tasks for working with corridor assemblies for any application. You will learn how to build assemblies for specific types of corridors, including divided highways and corridors with transition lanes, in the .
If you have not installed AutoCAD Civil 3D to the default location, you may receive messages in the Event Viewer indicating that subassembly macro paths are not found. To avoid these messages, it is recommended that you follow the exercises in the order presented.
This tutorial demonstrates the basic tasks you will use to use AutoCAD Civil 3D subassemblies to build corridor assemblies.
This tutorial demonstrates how to use the ConditionalCutOrFill subassembly to build a corridor assembly that applies different subassemblies depending on the cut or fill condition at a given station.
This tutorial demonstrates how to use AutoCAD Civil 3D to save commonly used corridor assemblies, and then share them with other users.