I've ran into a bit of a roadblock using this tool. I have roughly 3 million points that coincide with 200,000 routes.
My routes have the From/To measurements, and my points contain X,Y data for their locations.
Running the 'Locate Features Along Routes' tool takes forever, and when it finishes, I get the measurement of each point and the line it is on.
Question: How do I group these point measurements into their own line to use as a line event table.
Basically, trying to end up with offset lines running alongside the route features.
Using ArcGIS 10.2.1 Advanced
Edit: I can run the Points to Line tool on my points, but the line is jagged and doesn't follow the street line. Using Linear Referencing I was hoping I could get lines that match the street line offset on each side by 5meters.
The ZIPCRID field is the pre-determined route the points are assigned too. My Route* field is just an increment of 1 for each street segment.
In the end, the points are to be made into lines of similar "ZIPCRID"s, with left/right offset as determined by address location.
This is a route using the former method, I was seeing if Linear Referencing could fix some of the sharp edges, and have parallel lines running alongside the roads. These were created by using the first/last address loc for each street then running a points-to-line tool with the ZIPCRID as the unique route.