I'm trying to map out some meets and bounds from a zoning legal description. This is my fourth time using the Traverse tool for this (so still pretty new) and I'm completely thrown by the non-tangent curve descriptions. The best explanation I found so far is this but it doesn't cover enough.
So my question is this: What is the relevant info to enter in the ArcMap Traverse tool from the example below?
It reads like this:
"Along the arc of a non-tangent curve to the right, whose radius bears North 04 deg 54' 54'' East, said curve being subtended by a central angle of 23 deg 59' 42'', having a radius of 1382.70 feet and an arc length of 579.06 feet to a point of tangency."
My current guess is that something like:
Curve Angle:23 deg 59' 42" Arc:579.06 Radial Direction: North 04 deg 54' 54" East Right
I want to get this right.