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I was wondering if there is a way to use a set of landmarks (in a point class or something) that will be included in the directions output for a Network Analyst route. So if there is a point (or building polygon for that matter) at a corner, the text would read "Turn right at 7-11, on to _____". I found this thread: , but I don't necessarily want to attribute my route paths with building information, which is what I gathered this was doing. I'm using ArcGIS 10. Any suggestions?



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Landmarks are now a feature of Network Analyst in 10.1

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