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This is called conflation and if you have ArcGIS 10.2 and an Advanced license you can use the Detect Feature Changes tool (under Data Management Tools, Data Comparison Toolset). If the two lines have a common road name attribute that can improve the matching process. My approach was to manually get a one-to-one match set up in the match table (most 1:1 ...


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If Python is okay, then there are some good Python modules that know about line graphs. One example is NetworkX (which I installed with simply sudo pip install networkx). This is not a perfect answer since you need to write some glue code. First you would convert your input into NetworkX graph objects: import networkx as nx G = nx.Graph() G.add_node( ... ...



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