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    Default PROFILE

    HELLO

    i HAVE TWO CORRIDORS CROSSING IN ONE POINT AS YOU CAN SEE IN THE IMAGE. I MADE THE SURFACE OF BOTH OF THEM.

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    I WANT TO SEE THE LONG CORRIDOR CROSS SECTION ON THE SORT CORRIDOR PROFILE SO I CAN MATCH BOTH CORRIDORS.

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    I HOPE I MADE MY SHELF UNDERSTAND

    THNAK YOU FOR YOUR HELP.
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    Default Re: PROFILE

    You should be able to profile the surface made by the long corridor into the short profile view the same manner as the profile of the existing ground surface. Profile, create surface profile, select the short alignment and the corridor surface from the long corridor.

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    Default Re: PROFILE

    create an intersection....... You have to select a major road and then the minor will show up on the majors profile. you can lock it in place to always match the major roads elevation.

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