Representation of a roadway. A Roadway follows a 3D path defined by a baseline, and is made up of cross sections (AppliedAssembly) and feature lines (FeatureLine) connecting common points in each cross section.

Namespace: Autodesk.Civil.DatabaseServices
Assembly: AeccDbMgd (in AeccDbMgd.dll) Version: 10.3.488.0


public sealed class Corridor : Entity
Visual Basic
Public NotInheritable Class Corridor _
	Inherits Entity
Visual C++
public ref class Corridor sealed : public Entity


A corridor in Civil 3D represents a path, such as a road, trail, railroad, or airport runway. The geometry of a corridor is defined by a horizontal Alignment and a Profile. Together, these form the baseline - the centerline of the 3D path of the Corridor.

Along the length of the baselines is a series of Assembly objects, which define the cross-sectional shape of the Alignment. Common points in each Assembly are connected to form feature lines ( FeatureLine objects). Together the assemblies and feature lines form the 3D shape of a corridor.

Inheritance Hierarchy


See Also

AppliedAssembly class
FeatureLine class