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You could try something like this: for the scenario shown above, the script below import arcpy roads1 = #path to roads layer 1 roads2 = #path to roads layer 2 r1 = [row for row in arcpy.da.SearchCursor(roads1,["SHAPE@","NAME"])] #add field to hold required string arcpy.AddField_management(roads2,"COMMENTS","TEXT") with ...


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I don't have access to ArcPy at the moment, but if you are happy working in that environment, then I reckon you'll be able to code it up pretty easy. Now, my assumption is that you can use road line endpoints, and you don't need to do any network traversal in order to build a reasonable model. Doing a network traversal would be a little harder. Here's some ...


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It was in GCS_WGS_1984 so I reprojected it using the Project(Data Management) tool with the output coordinate system as WGS_1984_Complex_UTM_Zone_20N to get Linear Units. Then, I ran the Near(analysis) again with WGS_1984_Complex_UTM.... Input features and it produced distances in meters.


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I recommend reading How proximity tools calculate distance from the ESRI help pages. The units will be whatever your input spatial reference is in (e.g. NAD 83 UTM 12 N will be in meters). Make sure your data are in an equidistance projected coordinate system with the units you would like in the near output. If your data are in a geographic coordinate ...


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Without more exact knowledge about your source route system and event overlays it is difficult to say exactly what is going on. It would appear that your route is not being created with a starting measure of 0, since negative measures should normally not be created by these tools unless those measures exist on the route. The Create Route tool can generate ...



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