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    Default Making Road corridor simplified way

    Hi,
    This is my first post in the forum. I m trying to understand Civil 3D but inspite of many atempts I could not successeeded. I m using Acad since 1986 & RAC since last 4 years.
    I want to draw simple L Section & cross sections for a road to design on a defined alignment. I have taken levels by a dumpy level along & perpendicular(at specfied chainage) to alignment, Now I want to make L. Section along the alignment & cross section at specified chainages.
    Is there a simple way so that I can draw them in civil 3D ?
    LJU

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    Default Re: Making Road corridor simplified way

    Are you looking to add cross section data on a station offset and elevation, based on a defined alignment?

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    Default Re: Making Road corridor simplified way

    Good
    JOB......

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