Curious if you have any tricks up your sleeve to the below situation. I have a roadway that I’m modeling that has a ton of turning lane widenings. This model will be used for machine control, final volumetrics, but also to setup curb staking. Now a majority of the roadway has curb along these widenings and then a paved walk at back of curb. As the corridor will build perpendicular to the alignment, this will create inaccurate depictions of the curb and the paved walk any where these widening transitions occur. Is there any way to cheat the corridor to fix these?
As of now, I am thinking I will leave these sections blank in the initial corridor model, produce an alignment/linestring at edge of lane, and then produce a separate corridor or sideslopes to create the linework. Then finally add those to the original corridor model. That won’t be very time friendly or dynamic if there are changes to the parent corridor model though. Any ideas?
[Possible Feature Request]
If a Node from the original corridor could be converted into an dependent alignment/profile, a user could then make a separate corridor that could handle these situations. This would also allow the secondary corridor to be dependent on the original, this would be a pretty useful feature update.