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I think you have already listed the solution - you would need to run the Route solver multiple times as you are snapped to different links. I don't think knowing the distance between the stop and the street links around will help you. This is because even though the link may be closest, the route will take more time to travel. It is impossible to see from ...


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As I've noted in my comment, you may use the arcpy delete management method to delete the service area layer. Permanently deletes data from disk. All types of geographic data supported by ArcGIS, as well as toolboxes and workspaces (folders, geodatabases), can be deleted. If the specified item is a workspace, all contained items are also deleted.


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inNetworkDataset = C:\\Temp2\\data.gdb\\Network\\Network_ND outNALayerName = Catchments arcpy.Delete_management(r'C:\\Temp2\\data.gdb\\Network\\Network_ND\\Catchments') This deletes it. I wasn't sure if it needed a .lyr, but it seems not. Perhaps there is a way to list the service areas currently in the GDB, as seen in this question


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I actually just did something like this not too long ago. Have a look at my answer to Finding distance between points in two different layers along route in ArcMap?. I used Python to find the distance along a line between two points that intersect each line.


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Just follow the link - very detail solution with basics https://youtu.be/K1Z3AGOnWrc


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I've come across similar issues with mass automation generating thousands of files. An issue is that you are filling a folder with thousands of datasets which all have one feature, this would have an impact. I would consider either writing them to a file geodatabase or combine them in some manner. You could turn your model into a sub-model and pass out a ...



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