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I have some new problems ( I think I´ll run into problably 20 new problems every day) that makes me confused. I have attached som photos of the problems. My corridors daylightrockcut and their lanes sometimes streches away to be somewhere in china, but i live in sweden.


And my corridors are very spiny(?) when i look at them in 3d views, but my corridor surfaces lookin good. Any one have any idea of what im doing wrong here?





intersection corridor.jpg

intersection tin.jpg

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This may not match your issue, but there is a known "feature" in Civil 3D. If the end of your corridor goes beyond the end of your alignment, even by a miniscule amount, the corridor dives down to elevation 0. The fix, of course, is to adjust the alignment.


The "spiny" part, I believe, is just the random mismatch between a manufactured surface (your corridor) and the existing surface.

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Thx for reply! In this case that wasnt the solution. I have managed to get rid of some of the "lanes-streches-away-to-china"-syndrome by editing corridor-frequency (removed some of the "add section in geometry-points" and stuff). Its timeconsuming but it seems to help. The spiny part however is still there when looking at corridor in 3d-view.

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