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Obviously this answer comes too late... maybe. I had exactly the same problem due to updates I made to bus routes using the "Reshape Feature" Tool. Dissolve, Merge and Unsplit were not working because the multipart features were not coincident. If you haven't noticed this by now, take a closer look at the vertices that must coincide between your multipart ...


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You can do this using the Network Analyst Extension. Build a network using your road layer (requires network analyst extension) Identify nearest polygon using point distance tool or near tool (or use existing point if known) Add nearest polygon point and postcode point as stops in the network solver then compute a route distance from your post code point ...


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What you are asking is what is referred to as a network service area. You need the Network Analyst extension installed and licensed to be able to use this functionality. Look at this help page to discover the types of analyses you can run.


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Since you are on Network Analyst and ArcGIS, you could use Python for this: You need to construct all possible pairs of cities. That is, your shapefile of 400 cities will be your input for permutations list of length 2. So, the cities = ['city1','city2','city3'] will give you with the help of list(itertools.permutations(cities,2)): [('city1', 'city2'), ...


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With a little inspiration from Melinda over in Esri's GeoNet forum I was able to implement the following script evaluator for my cost attribute under the default tab for turns. My logic behind the syntax is that if a route is attempting to traverse from one segment that is classified as a connector to another segment that is classified as a connector, the ...


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Based on the example provided here: http://pro.arcgis.com/en/pro-app/tool-reference/network-analyst/make-service-area-layer.htm Some things you might consider changing: ServiceAreaSchool = "ServiceArea%s" % singleSchoolCounter result_object = arcpy.na.MakeServiceAreaLayer(networkDataset, ServiceAreaSchool, "Meters", "TRAVEL_TO", "800, 1000", ...


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For euclidean distance: You can use Near Tool to calculate the closest points to your input features. This tool will calculate the closest point for each features in your input layer (it can be line or point type). You need to pass: Input features - highway; Nearest features - points and set radius; than optionally you can mark location and angle. After ...


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The steps below require an Advanced license. Broadly, these are the steps: Reproject layers to same projection Use the "Near" tool to snap your stop points to your route lines Export data table and create new points from "snapped" XY coordinates Use the "Integrate" tool to make your snapped stop points and route lines coincident. Use the "Split Line at ...


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I had a similar problem. After creating the new roads and adding them to the network, they would still be ignored by it. I resolved this by opening editor and selecting my original, old roads shape file. Then I just traced lines over the new roads, making sure there was a terminal vertex on each of the old roads I was trying to combine. Saved the edits, ...


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The task you have can be solved by using the Closest Facility solver in Network Analyst. This will let you find the closest features and report the travel time / distance from every input points to those features.



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