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  • 80
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    It would be great to have possibility plan routes for more than one "start point". For examples: I have few warehouse with same goods and lots of delivery points and need to plan wich delivery point should be served from which warehouse. Ofcourse need to have possibility to set how much vehicle have in each warehouse, working hour and etc. With today's possibilities i can plan routes only from one warehouse.
    Tags :
     Plan Routes Analysis tools logistics transportation
    0 Comments  |  Posted by :  delice  to ArcGIS OnlineTransportationOther Industries May 20, 2015
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  • 30
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    need to have possibility to set vehicle volume in ArcGIS Online Route planning analysis tool. More - need to be possible to describe each vehicle: volume, work time, fuel consumption and etc.
    Tags :
     Plan Routes Analysis tools logistics transportation
    0 Comments  |  Posted by :  delice  to ArcGIS OnlineTransportationOther Industries May 20, 2015
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  • 70
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    When preparing to use Collector Offline, it would be great if the extent of your 'Work Area'
    could be modified, so rather than defining a square as your work area you could define a rectangle
    for linear features such as road/rail.  This would reduce downloads of unecessary background mapping
    for areas we won't be working in.
    Tags :
     Collector, Offline, Work Area
    0 Comments  |  Posted by :  bk15  to ArcGIS OnlineTransportationMobile GIS Apr 7, 2015
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  • 330
    Points


    When working with annotation (dataframe or layer-based) or graphics in the layout view, a pasted copy lands close to the original.  This is frustrating, because more often than not, the new pasted annotation/graphic actually belongs somewhere else on the map entirely, and given varying scales, you may need to zoom in significantly in order to place it appropriately.  All too often, I find myself copying, then zooming out to find the next desired placement, then zooming in, then pasting, and thinking, "where the heck is it?"  Then I have to zoom out, find where it went, zoom in to grab it, then laboriously pan it over to where I really want it. 

    Which leads me to another point that has probably been made by others ahead of me: please, please disallow the graphic/annotation selection tool to select/manipulate the dataframe!

    Thank you!
    Tags :
     annotation, graphics, dataframe selection
    1 Comment  |  Posted by :  MLF  to ArcGIS DesktopTransportationProduction Mapping (PLTS) Dec 23, 2010
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  • 350
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    One of the critical value components to the Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS is the ability to track events in real time. In order to continue to be relevant with regards to real-time data tracking and management, Operations Dashboard must support Stream Services and Stream Layers. Even if supporting widgets and data feeds from a stream layer is difficult, Ops Dashboard should at least allow a user to pull in a Stream Service/Layer as a visual reference, just like you can do in a web map.
    Tags :
     Stream Service, Stream Layer, Operations Dashboard
    0 Comments  |  Posted by :  hunter.west  to TransportationOther ProductsMaps and Content Apr 3, 2015
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  • 40
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    FAA Part 77 Criteria for Imaginary Airfield Surfaces is only one criteria.  For Defense Airfields, Unified Facilities Criteria for Airfield and Heliport Design must also be maintained.  Military Airfields are often co-used with civillian aviation organizations.  Although PLTS Aero at ArcGIS 10 provides editable Part 77 criteria, it would be very beneficial to have a toolbox or custom tool that utilizes drop downs to specify Class A/B runways and which of the Tri-Service (UFC) Criteria was being evaluated (Army / Airforce or Navy/Marines).  PLTS Aero generates a single runway service.  It would be helpful to be able to bach run the surface for a combined.  Most airfields are composed of multiple runways.  Evaluations for violation of imaginary surfaces should be done against a single composite Part 77 / UFC Polygon Z feature class, that could be generated by using a tool box that allowed for batching of multiple runways simultaneously.
    Tags :
     plts, aero, airfield, FAA, part 77, defense, military. plts,
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  • 40
    Points


    Instead of upgrading the existing Linear Referncing datatype to support events that span routes - create a new data type - one that supports the concept of a continuous route underlying several other connected routes. Who cares about branching and networks. This is for pipelines and transportaion networks. Single streams of linear referencing direction that happen to have one or MORE different linear referencing scheme's applied to them. Then features or events could span the smaller segments because they were ultimately (and behind the scenes) located on the longer spine underlying the smaller segments.
    Tags :
     Pipeline, Transportation, Networks, Linear Referencing
    0 Comments  |  Posted by :  pcgv1  to ArcGIS DesktopTransportationOther Industries Oct 18, 2010
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  • 70
    Points


    We need the ability to create and locate events that span routes.

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  • 20
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    In Roads and Highways - Roadway Characteristic Editor (RCE) web app, the Identify window is useful for identifying routes. However when using the 'find route' tool which selects and opens the Identify window, the route is hidden by the window. When closing the window, it also unselects the route making it hard to determine which route was the one that was queried for. Making the identify window movable is a preferred solution. Or, keeping the route highlighted after a 'find route' query selected when the Identify window is closed is another option. This is in 10.2.2 patch 1 and earlier versions.
    Tags :
     Roads and Highways, Roadway Characteristic Editor, RCE, Identify
    0 Comments  |  Posted by :  kelley_bc  to TransportationWeb Apps and APIsState Government Dec 8, 2014
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  • 20
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    ArcGIS Desktop - Roads & Highways Extension AND ArcGIS Server - Roads & Highways Server - Roadway Characteristic Editor (RCE) enhancement. Both R&H Desktop and RCE calculate measures based on the underlying spatial grid (commonly 7 decimal places), which is understood to be necessary. However, most DOT's will not track the precision of the data at that level as data collection methods don't support that level of accuracy. To that end, both R&H Desktop and RCE applications should have configuration settings where the precision of calculated measures can be set to a pre-determined length (i.e., 0.000) via a pre-determined manner (i.e., round, trim, etc.). This would enhance the usability of both applications and prevent user errors from occurring where extra precision is inadvertently added to the data. Request based on experience with 10.2.2 patch 1 and earlier versions.
    Tags :
     Roads and Highways, Roadway Characteristic Editor, RCE, ArcMap
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  • 20
    Points


    ArcGIS Server - Roads & Highways Extension - Roadway Characteristics Editor (RCE) enhancement request. The ability to draw a graphic line for the purpose of measuring a length is much needed functionality in RCE. All DOT's would want the ability to measure a feature (e.g., width of a road) to obtain a rough measure for that feature. This kind of functionality exists in the core Geometry service and is present in other ArcGIS Online sample web apps (https://developers.arcgis.com/javascript/jssamples/util_measurepoly.html). Request based on experience with 10.2.2 patch 1 and earlier versions.
    Tags :
     Roads and Highways, Roadway Characteristic Editor, RCE
    0 Comments  |  Posted by :  kelley_bc  to TransportationWeb Apps and APIsState Government Dec 31, 2014
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  • 20
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    ArcGIS Server - Roads & Highways Extension - Roadway Characteristics Editor (RCE) enhancement request. The ability to build a compound query across multiple layers, run the query, save the query, and load the query at a future point in time is a needed enhancement in RCE. All DOT's will need this ability, which is inherently present in ArcGIS Desktop and very useful in Roads & Highways Desktop. The ability to build, run, save, and load a query could be present in a manner similar to attribute sets where global attribute sets can be created that are available to everyone, and local attribute sets can be compiled and persisted for the individual user. Portions of this functionality already exist in sample ArcGIS Online web app samples (https://developers.arcgis.com/javascript/jssamples/query_deferred_list.html). Request based on experience with 10.2.2 patch 1 and earlier versions.
    Tags :
     Roads and Highways, Roadway Characteristic Editor, RCE
    0 Comments  |  Posted by :  kelley_bc  to TransportationWeb Apps and APIsState Government Dec 31, 2014
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  • 20
    Points


    ArcGIS Desktop - Roads & Highways Extension enhancement request. In ArcMap, existing functionality allows the coordinates to dynamically display based on the cursor position on the screen. Similar functionality is needed where the user can hover over a route (perhaps after enabling the tool) where the measures along the route can be dynamically viewed as the user moves the cursor along the route. The ability to provide the interpolate measure at a given location along a route exists and can be enacted with a user click (i.e., Identify Route Location), but making the measures dynamically available to the user would greatly increase the usability of the software. Request based on experience with 10.2.2 patch 1 and earlier versions.
    Tags :
     Roads and Highways, Roadway Characteristic Editor, RCE
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  • 20
    Points


    ArcGIS Desktop - Roads & Highways Extension enhancement request. The ability to create a centerline and create a new route is available in Roads & Hwys Desktop. However, in an effort to reduce the number of mouse-clicks a user needs to do in order to do common functions would help speed up the rate at which new data can be entered into the software that all DOT's would benefit from. One of the more common data entry tasks is to add new routes to the system (e.g., a new subdivision). When digitizing a new centerline(s), it would aid the data entry efficiency if that action can (configurable) automatically jump into the creation of a new route (e.g., create new route window). A simple checkbox (or similar) where the editor can digitize a centerline and create a route would reduce the number of clicks required by the current workflow. Request based on experience with 10.2.2 patch 1 and earlier versions.
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     Roads and Highways, Roadway Characteristic Editor, RCE
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  • 20
    Points


    ArcGIS Server - Roads & Highways Extension - Roadway Characteristics Editor (RCE) enhancement request. When building a query in RCE, the query builder window displays the true column names from the table of a given event layer or route layer. The usability of the existing query tool would be enhanced if it displayed the column names based on the alias names established in the MXD/map service rather than the 'raw' table column names. For many RCE editors or non-editor users, the database column naming standards may not be intuitive enough for ease of use. Having user-friendly column names, which is the purpose of the alias naming function in ArcMap) would help the DOT community better utilize the Roads & Hwys software. Request based on experience with 10.2.2 patch 1 and earlier versions.
    Tags :
     Roads and Highways, Roadway Characteristic Editor, RCE
    0 Comments  |  Posted by :  kelley_bc  to TransportationWeb Apps and APIsState Government Dec 31, 2014
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  • 290
    Points


    Currently if I want to show the direction of a line feature I have two choices:
    • Set up symbology for the layer with an arrow decoration on a cartographic symbol
    • Start editing the feature class and then the particular feature to show the edit sketch
    Both options are a lot of work if I just quickly want to check one feature, and I'm not going to be reviewing a lot of features. The second option isn't even available to me if I want to see the line direction of a featuer in a feature class that I don't have privileges to edit.

    I would like to be able to hove over a feature and hit a keyboard shortcut (like "L" or ">") to have an arrowhead temporarily show the feature direction, kind of like using "V" to show feature vertices (except that option is only available during editing). Or if a keyboard shortcut has implementation problems, how about adding a tool like the Identify tool?
    Tags :
     direction arrow line feature
    7 Comments  |  Posted by :  dknudsen  to ArcGIS DesktopTransportation Jul 13, 2012
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  • 10
    Points


    Sometimes there is a simple need to break large quantities of linework down to incremental linear features - e.g., lines may be varying lengths but I want to split them all down to 0.1 mile increments (whatever is left over at the end is also retained). This would also mean that all split features would assume the same attribution of the original linework.

    Since I refuse to do this individually (e.g., Start Editing Session > Select a single line > Editor Menu > Split > enter 0.1 Miles), I downloaded the XToolsPro trial and used their Split Polyline tool. It took 3 seconds to process -- faster than I could've created the iterative model that I was thinking of building!
    Tags :
     polyline, batch, split
    0 Comments  |  Posted by :  jenniferb.009  to ArcGIS DesktopTransportation May 5, 2015
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  • 30
    Points


    Please create Bus/Transit line as well as related stops and timetables to the LGIM. Currently Transit routes are very hard to create, maintain and publish in the ArcGIS Solution and the entire industry would benefit if you have some of your local govt experts build solutions around the information model. Today there are very few solutions in creating, maintaining transit lines in the ArcGIS solution as Cartographic representations do not perform the large and small scale needs of transit publication to its customers. 

    Additionally provide the ability to export and import Google transit information (GTFS) as well.
     
    Tags :
     Local Goverment Transit Route Stop Services Timetables
    1 Comment  |  Posted by :  rgrichards  to Local GovernmentTransportationGeodatabase Dec 8, 2014
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  • 270
    Points


    I would like linear referencing to have a 3D option where the measure value could be based off of the slope length of a line. Currently you can only caluculate the slope length of a line, but cannot idenfiy the measure value at specific intervals. 
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    8 Comments  |  Posted by :  aretnap21  to ArcGIS DesktopUtilitiesTransportation Jul 21, 2010
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  • 610
    Points


    The ability to display hatches and hatch labeling from a PolyLine M shapefile or geodatabase feature is not supported in web mapping services.  This is a standard linear referencing function ins ArcGIS desktop but does not transfer to a published map service.

    Hatch labeling is widely used by many industries; seismic lines, well paths and pipeline in Petroleum and transportation.  I would like for this function to be added to map services.

    Here is an example of the error message.

    Route Hatch Error

    Conversely, could a listing of all desktop software functions that do not transfer to web mapping be made available?
    Tags :
     PUG, Web Mapping, Linear Referencing, and Dynamic Segmentation
    8 Comments  |  Posted by :  T.Misek  to ArcGIS ServerTransportationPetroleum Apr 12, 2013
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