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 Add a Turn Lane to a Corridor

Add a Turn Lane to a Corridor



Korey Gaddy, of TPM Solutions, walks through simple turn lane mechanics for a driveway that employs Feature Line Corridor targets.
From the TPM Solutions YouTube Channel


Korey presents the essentials of the Civil 3D Corridor mechanics to use Feature Line targets for a Lane widening.
Also covered very briefly is how to employ the Intersection Wizard in a single pass to add that to a driveway or roadway corridor.

There are reasons you might want to do this work with Features Line targets. However, a bettter step-by-step use of the Intersection Wizard and Offset Alignments, Offset Profiles, and Widenings will produce a more managed and flexible design results.
See the Civil 3D Intersections and Corridors page with the videos and the linked posts for more details.


 BIM 360 Design Collaboration and Civil 3D 2020.2

BIM 360 Design Collaboration and Civil 3D 2020.2



USCAD's James Lord steps through how to use the new Autodesk design for collaboration tools for BIM 360 and Civil 3D.
From James Lord's AKN page
See James Lord's YouTube channel
See James Lord's blog on


This is a basic how to walk-through of the esssentials to get Civil 3D 2020.2 up and running in BIM 360 Design.
James provides the necessary details and solid suggestions to get it done. There are some important need to know details and issues to watch out for buried away in the video. There are significant issues that get ignored here or are only covered peripherally.
For example - BIM 360 Design templates and their intimate relationship to Civil 3D Project Templates.

You might want to watch this video and then carefully read the more detailed Migrate A Civil 3D Test Project to BIM 360 post .


 Basic Topo Surface Creation Tips

Basic Topo Surface Creation Tips



Joe Wright, the Autodesk UKIE manager, delivers a demo of how and why to employ cut and paste methods in basic topo surface creation from objects in Civil 3D.
From the Joe Wright's YouTube Channel.


Joe demonstates how a thoughtful build process that includes Cut and Paste instead of Copy and Paste can help significantly in a topo surface build from data supplied by others.