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This kind of problem is solved by using the Route, Closest Facility, or OD Cost Matrix solver in Network Analyst. However, you cannot choose beforehand what college each student will be "routed" to. There is an ArcGIS Idea for adding a field called facility to essentially generate a matrix of origin-destination with pre-defined destination. You would need ...


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If you can use Python / arcpy little bit, it could be possible to make iterative selection on points (students) by the college that they are studiing with selected currnet college (I assume it is another shp with colleges). Then use Near tool to find distances. After that, new selection for next college and so on. EDIT: I suppose that both shapefiles ...


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I don't know the network analyst well, but two remarks to see if i understand you right: the relationship of students to college is m:1, so many students share one college you have both the location of the students and the location of the college if true i would divide the table into two: one with the students and one with colleges. And then try ...


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You are receiving this error for the reason @crmackey provided in a comment: ListLayers is a function, not a class method. You have to pass in a MapDocument into ListLayers. His comment is based on you using ArcPy with the ArcGIS 10.x architecture. On the other hand you are reading documentation from ArcGIS Pro and appear to be assuming that the ...


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It seems as @bahar has added a created network dataset into ArcMap map and tries to create a network analyst layer, because he said: when I chooses "a new vehicle routing problem" from Network Analyst toolbar, Sometimes when removing an old ND and adding a new one, especially when they have the same name, some cache can be left. It's best to create a ...


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A Network Dataset needs to be created in a Feature Dataset within a Geodatabase. Right-click on the Feature Dataset that contains your network features, and you'll be given the option to create a new Network Dataset You can not create a Network Dataset directly at the base level of the geodatabase. This may be why you don't get the option when you ...


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Add cost evaluator, called Minutes Usage_Type Cost Units Minutes Build the route network Create a new route Use the Minutes evaluator as Impendance in the route properties


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I do not have a Network Analyst license for testing but I can see a button for it on the ANALYSIS tab of the ribbon: If this does not lead to the options that you seek, then I think you should consider posting an ArcGIS Idea.



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