- Working with design roads
- Creating and editing component roads
- Enhancing your road designs
- Applying superelevation
- Working with intersections and roundabouts
- Analyzing and optimizing roads
- Viewing and exporting earthwork and material quantities
- Optimizing corridors
- Creating and editing a traffic simulation
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Lynda] The Long and Winding Road, The Road to Nowhere, Yellow Brick Road, Penny Lane, Gray Street, Hit the Road Jack, Take me Home Country Road. Every day is a Winding Road. Popular music is littered with references to roads. Some of them with less than positive connotations, this course will help you learn how to optimize and enhance roads within an InfraWorks model so that your designs are more king of the road and less boulevard of broken dreams. My name is Linda Sharkey, and I'll be your copilot for the next couple of hours. We'll find out how to build on your existing knowledge of InfraWorks, and work with different types of roads. Enhance these roads, enhance the intersections, and analyze for things like earth work and materials, quantities, lines of sight and traffic and mobility patterns do not panic, I promise it won't hurt, much.
InfraWorks 2021 Essential Trainingwith Gordon Luckett3h 45m Beginner
InfraWorks and ArcGIS: AEC Collaborationwith Lynda Sharkey2h 53m Intermediate
InfraWorks and BIM 360: AEC Collaborationwith Lynda Sharkey2h 19m Intermediate
Infraworks: Visualization Techniqueswith Lynda Sharkey1h 13m Intermediate
What you should know3m 29s
1. Roads within InfraWorks: A Recap of the Basics
2. Editing and Enhancing Road Designs
3. Analyzing and Optimizing Roads
4. Mobility and Traffic Simulation
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