Use the tab of the dialog box, or the Create Boundary From Corridor command on the Create Design panel of the Home tab, to create corridor boundaries.
In the Boundaries tab, you can create the boundaries using the following options:
- , when there is a single baseline, based on point codes to which feature lines are assigned
- , when there are multiple baselines, based on feature lines or surface link codes
- , by selecting feature lines in the drawing
- , using a closed polygon that forms the boundary
When selecting the feature lines from which to create the boundary, first select the bottom end of one feature line, followed
by the top end of its pair.
For example, select the bottom outside edge of a lane followed by the top outside edge of a lane to create a boundary that
encompasses both lanes:
If you are creating the corridor boundary using a polygon, you can create the required polygon by exporting corridor feature
lines as polylines, and then join them to create the required polygon.
For more information about converting feature lines to polylines, see Exporting Corridor Data.
To automatically create outer boundaries
To interactively add a boundary to a corridor surface
To create outer boundaries using a closed polygon
To create a polyline boundary from a corridor
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