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August 03, 2012


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This is a great tool and can be very useful, though in other situations a bit restrictive. We've had something like this implemented for a while now since SAC had come out.

We've taken ours a bit further allowing for variable slope through the region as well, allowing for a transition from say -2.00% to Flat. It's just a slight manipulation in your code to calculate the transitional slope.

Because the lane width/slope transitions can be restrictive (if you have multiple regions in your corridor), it is beneficial to allow for the user to still be able to target a feature line or alignment as needed. But definitely a useful tool.

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