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Using Planarize to split lines at intersections In ArcMap, click the Edit tool Edit tool on the Editor toolbar. Select the line features you want to split at intersections. Click the Planarize Lines button Planarize button on the Topology toolbar. Click OK. The lines are split into new features where they intersect. Attention: In Arc 10 and upper ...


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Right-click on your length field -> statistics -> look at the SUM field


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There are many ways to accomplish this task. One of the more straight forward ways is to dissolve your feature class, using the road name as your dissolve field. Each road will now be a single feature, and you can check its length.


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As a workaround, you could connect the routes from -180° to 180° with "artificial" lines with an impedance of 0.


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You can watch this link. Network Analyst options will be activated after following certain steps on setting up the problem. http://video.arcgis.com/watch/2109/creating-network-datasets-cost-attributes-and-evaluators


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Not really sure have you fixed this issue. But have you seen this remarks on SOAP SDK documentation for NAServerODCostMatrixParams: You cannot set return both the ODLines and the ODMatrix. If you want to return the ODLines, ReturnODLines should be set to true, MatrixResultType must be set to esriNAODCostMatrixNone and ReturnODMatrix must be set to false. If ...


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If the origins and destinations are specifically paired, and each delivery a single trip, then you're looking at 2k individual route solves. As you suspect, this can only be done with a model or script, iterating through each destination to find the route to its matching origin. If a delivery can hit multiple destinations in a single trip, the VRP (Vehicle ...


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This is a service area analysis. You are not required to use more than one origin or multiple break values in the service area analysis solver. You can generate a polygon, detailed or not - the only thing to watch (since you mention county) is that any area completely surrounded by a road will be included, which may lead to misleading polygons depending on ...


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Yes, there is a better way. You're looking at service areas. This is essentially a 'buffer' which is constrained to follow the paths of the network. While usually run against drive time (show areas within a five minute drive of x, where drive time [speed/distance] is the network impedance), they can be run using distance as the impedance, so a result will ...


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Sounds like you should over-bound the route you want and set the route output to give you the true shape with measures. Measures start at 0 from Point A and cumulatively increase until they reach this initial Point B. Create a table that contains two fields: the Route ID and a distance measure field with the desired distance on that route where you really ...


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You want the shortest route between a point in one layer and a specifically paired point in another layer. This isn't closest facility, it's separate, individual route problems. The solution would be an iterative model/script which would create a route for a pair, dump it in a file, go to the next pair and create a route, append the new route to the holding ...


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With respect to A,B,C: try checking your network with the topology tool, every "line" must be connected to an other line by a "point"(http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/main/10.1/index.html#//004700000009000000). Sometimes I get the same problem, you can solve it by connecting the errors or - sometimes it´s much faster - edit a new line. If you use ...



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