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    I created a corridor with laneoutsidesuper on the left and right side of the assembly line. It worked out well. I thought I wd implement that in another file and the topo being generated is the same as a typical X-sec. Any Ideas why I am not creating super elevared in the second file?

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    Default Re: Super Elevated Lane (SA)

    Did you remember to add superelevation to the alignment?

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    No. How do I do that?

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