We are working on a project here in Brazil where the client needs to export shapefile from its geodatabase to Visum. But when it comes to returning the Visum results to the Geodatabase, it does not succeed.
I have a script tool that repeatedly solves an OD Cost Matrix problem using the method: arcpy.na.Solve(in_network_analysis_layer) A month ago or so I was using ArcGIS 10.5 and the script would run fine either as a stand-alone script or as a script tool within ArcMap/ArcCatalog. I recently upgraded to ArcGIS 10.5.1 and the script will only…(Show moreShow less)
I need to register information on when roads where paved in a road network. The problem is that the paved stretch does not always correspond with the segments making up the network. In other words, only parts of the road segment has been paved that specific year. I'd rather not change the length of the segments, so I was wondering if it is…(Show moreShow less)
Take a look at linear referencing: What is linear referencing?—Help | ArcGIS for Desktop Also, there is a new extenision from ESRI called Roads and Highways that after seeing a demo looks promising: Events data model—Roads and Highways Desktop | ArcGIS Desktop
I am using a street network of a large city with almost 6000 line features. When I am doing a network analysis, I get error of disconnected elements in the network. Is there any tool to identify such disconnected line segments that are not connected to any other line, or a couple of lines connected to themselves but not to the larger network. It…(Show moreShow less)
I have an opportunity with a client of mine, the scenario is as follow, they wanted to draw the transport lines on the map using GPS coordinates from the field, and after getting all the coordinates for the bus, they wanted to export as schematic map to be printed and distributed in every bus station. an example of the requested result
Hello We have developed an automated process for the transportation ministry to do just this, based on geometric network of the bus routes & ArcGIS Schematics. You can see a copy of the sample map we produced using this process on the ArcGIS Map Book Vol.28 (page 96): Map Book 28 If you want we can discuss possibilities of using the…
Hi, I am looking for a screenline application in ArcGIS for a transportation analysis. In short: - I have a serious of bus routes, represented by different lines running down a highway corridor - These bus routes have a set of attributes, one of them is frequency, in buses per hour - At various points along the highway corridor I would…(Show moreShow less)
If you just want to know what is at a point, you can simply use "select" all the lines at that point and summarize an attribute field. If you want to know what is under another arbitrary line (highway corridor), you can run CLIP against it and it will write out the portions of features that cross that corridor (line) and then you can summarize the…
I'm working with a Network dataset (which I did not build). The dataset has restrictions that should not allow sidewalks to be traversed through construction areas, however, network analyst is inconsistent in creating routes around these areas, sometimes sending pedestrians through construction zones, along pathways that are noted as being…(Show moreShow less)
Hello, We would like to identify dangerous tight curves in our road database. To start I calculated a field called 'Sinuosity' with the following expression: "!Shape.Length! / (math.sqrt(math.pow((float( !Shape.FirstPoint.X!) - float( !Shape.LastPoint.X!)), 2) + math.pow((float( !Shape.FirstPoint.Y!) - float( !Shape.LastPoint.Y!)), 2)))"…(Show moreShow less)
GitHub - KDOTGIS/HorizontalCurve: KDOT commissioned URS to create this horizontal curve calculator with HSIP funds Here is a horizontal curve tool that was created for Kansas DOT. The tool looks at road centerline geometry and calculates curve radius assuming circular curves, and also gives a R-squared indicator that can help to identify…
Hi, I have a set of points that are gps points a plugin hybrid vehicle has traveled. There are a set of attributes such as speed, battery power, etc for each point that I would like to maintain when i convert the points to a line feature class. Is there a way to do this? When I use the points to line conversion tool I get just one polyline that…(Show moreShow less)
In addition to Elevation beings stored in a Polyline Z, you can make it a Polyline ZM and store a numeric time index on each point in its M value. This lets you to create point or line segment events on the road based on time indexes expressed as a number and allows you to interpolate the time at any point along the line. Given any segment, you…
Hello, I have a polyline shapefile of a highway (about 100km). That polyline has just one feature, he entire highway. I want to split that entire line into segments based on points (other shapefile) that intersect the highway. How can I do this? Thanks!!!