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Maybe you noticed that Autodesk puts some effort into improving Corridor design publication performance in the latest Civil 3D 2019.1 Update. The new enhancement capability to share Sample Line Groups as Data Shortcuts in projects comes to mind.

We can probably also agree that Civil 3D plan annotation of corridor models still needs serious work. Then again, sometimes we…

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There’s a burning question that concerns anyone about the latest and greatest Rehab Tools in AutoCAD Civil 3D 2018.1. It's about time I deliver an answer or two.

“Can the new Civil 3D 2018.1 Rehab tools be employed to create Complex Corridors to perform classic intersection rehab and reconstruction projects?”

To Build a Rehab Intersection

In…

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Sooner rather than later we’ll finally get around to the use of the new Rehab Corridor Tools to do Intersection reconstruction and other similar dicey roadway rehab and reconstruction tasks in AutoCAD Civil 3D 2018.1.

We released a new Subassembly AddOn for Civil 3D 2018.1 with more than few helpful Style tool adjustments. Yes. There are…

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For the last few posts we’ve explored both the create and edit details of the new AutoCAD Civil 3D 2018.1 Rehabilitation and Cross Slope Optimization subassemblies and the related Rehab Corridor tools. The new Civil 3D 2018.1 concept of dynamic Rehab Assemblies controlled in the Rehab Parameters box and the Rehab Section Editor

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Everything you need to know about the new AutoCAD Civil 3D 2018.1 Rehab Corridor tools, but you didn’t know to ask is the theme of this on-going series of posts and videos. This is a big post. We have a lot to cover.

Roadway Rehab Mania

First, we focus on the initial essentials of what you need to know and get setup

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags rehab, Civil 3D 2018, Update, corridors, alignment, design, survey, figure, surface