Are 3D features supported in Multimodal networks? I have built a 3D network that contains 3D features (elevation from geometry) but when I have floors set as different modes (different feature classes) the network fails to solve. It will solve on one floor, but not route between floors. I have appropriate transfer points, I believe, and the connectivity is set properly. When the same geometry is combined into one feature class, routing works fine.
All of the connective features have proper 3D information. In fact, in an attempt to problem solve I incorporated stairs into the floor feature to try and isolate the problem. It was not working with transfer lines as a separate class, so I just included them as part of the floor feature. So now there are only floor features, and a transfer point class (that also has proper Z information and is snapped to vertices of both floors).
It might help to note that I am checking everything in ArcScene (connectivity, etc.), and have also attempted to run the route solve model with no results. I know the model works, and it will even work routing on an individual floor, just not up to a new "mode".
I made a really simple abstraction that I made to figure out the problem because my more complicated one wasn't working either. Because it is a simplified example, there are no restrictions, etc. on it, and the only cost evaluator is length.
I am using ArcGIS 10.1 with Network Analyst extension