OpenBridge Modeler

Assign to Corridor

Used to incorporate superelevation lanes into the corridor so the superelevated pavement is reflected in the corridor model.

You can access this tool from the following:

  • Ribbon: Corridors > Superelevation > Calculate split button

At any time during the process, the superelevated lanes can be associated with a corridor. If the superelevated lanes are in a different file than the corridor, you must be in the corridor file with the super lanes attached as a reference. They can both be in the same file.

The result of this step is the superelevated pavement is reflected in the corridor model.


  1. Verify that the template has the Superelevation Flag set for all pavement points used as candidate superelevation points. This flag is used for automatically setting the point controls.

  2. From within the DGN containing the corridor model, select the Assign Superelevation to Corridor tool.

  3. Follow the heads-up prompts.


    User Action

    Locate First Superelevation Section

    Select the first section. In lieu of selecting each section individually, drag your cursor diagonally across all desired sections. Your diagonal defines a square wherein the entire section must be encompassed in order to be included.

    Locate Next Superelevation Section or Reset to Complete

    Continue selecting sections until all are highlighted, then reset to move to the next prompt.

    Locate Corridor

    Select the corridor wherein the superelevation transitions are to be applied.

  4. The Associate Superelevation dialog is displayed.

  5. If the information is correct, click OK. If not, click Cancel and review the template.

    Superelevation has been incorporated into the corridor model.

  6. Generate a dynamic cross section view to see the superelevation.