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What's New in Civil 3D 2023

Learn about new features in the latest release of Civil 3D.

New in Corridor Workflows (What's New in 2023)

Corridor solid property sets and corridor targeting have been enhanced.

  • Corridor solid property sets have been enhanced:
    • Added a property set definition named Corridor Identity which contains CorridorHandle, HorizontalBaselineHandle, RegionGuid, and ShapeIndex to allow users to identify the relationship of the corridor solids and their subassemblies.
    • Enhanced corridor solids so that the handle of the solid won't be changed if the number of corridor regions changes when the corridor solids are dynamically linked to the corridor.
    • Fixed an issue in which property set values on existing corridor solids were not updating when changing the name of the corridor region.
    • Added APIs to allow users to track back to the applied subassemblies from the corridor solid's GUID:
      • OffsetBaselineCollection[System::Guid offsetGUID]: get OffsetBaseline from
      • OffsetBaselineCollection by its GUID
      • OffsetBaseline.OffsetGUID: get OffsetBaseline's GUID
      • BaselineRegionCollection[System::Guid regionGUID]: get BaselineRegion from BaselineRegionCollection by its GUID
      • BaselineRegion.RegionGUID: get BaselineRegion's GUID
  • Corridor targeting has been enhanced:

    • Added a Set All option to set all the surface targets at one time.
    • Changed the user interface for surface targets to allow the selection of a surface using a drop down list instead of a radio button.
    • Added the ability to dynamically target a layer (so the corridor updates if new objects are added to a target layer). If a whole layer is selected as the target, new objects can subsequently be added to that layer and will be dynamically added as targets.

      To update the corridor after objects on the layer have changed or have been added, one of the following workflows must be used:

      • You must either have the corridor Target Mapping dialog box open when the layer has been changed, or you must reopen the dialog box after the layer has changed.
      • Alternately, you can run the ForceUpdateCorridor command or the ForceUpdateAllCorridors command to force a rebuild of the corridor to apply the changes.
      • If other aspects of the corridor are out of date which trigger the display of the out of date badge on the corridor name in the Prospector tree, then the Rebuild command will also apply the changes from the dynamic layer. Note: The Rebuild command does not always work as expected even if a corridor is out of date and the out of date badge appears. The Rebuild command works only when the corridor becomes out of date because of the changes in the same region or the same base line.
    • Increased the efficiency of using filters in the Target Mapping dialog box.
      • Added support for using an asterisk when keyword searching in the filters.
      • Added an option in the filter called "Select All Search Results" to select the keyword search result automatically in the filters.
      • Added an option in the filter called "Add Current Selection to Filter" to make sure the existing selection will not be deselected while using keyword searching.
    • Enhanced the tooltip that displays when there are various targets so that it displays ten targets that have been set. If all of the objects on the layer have been selected, the layer will be displayed as a single object in the tooltip and the tooltip will not display the objects in the layer one by one.

New in Rail Workflows (What's New in 2023)

Learn about enhancements to turnout and crossover rail workflows.

  • US catalogs and conversion script: A basic US turnout catalog has been provided. In addition, a set of scripts has been provided for US catalog conversion. It is supported to convert a Microsoft Excel file of US turnouts into a US catalog.
  • Turnout catalog replacement: To enhance the catalog management workflow, an existing catalog can be replaced by another catalog with the same catalog name and unit (as they exist within the JSON file).
    Note: The catalog file names can differ but the "name" within the JSON file must be the same.
    The following catalog modifications are supported:
    • Adding and removing models
    • Modifying model parameters
    • Modifying model parameter values
  • Cant Information Label: A new label type, Cant Information, is available. You can add alignment, cant, and profile information in these labels, which can be put at any station on an alignment.

New in Pressure Networks (What's New in 2023)

Learn about enhancements to pressure networks.

Civil 3D 2023 adds some customer requested improvements for pressure networks.

  • The following enhancements have been made to the process of editing pressure networks in profile view:
    • When the Offset Style for a pipe run profile is set to Cut Length, the number of PVIs on a pipe run profile is reduced so that they are placed just at cut lengths and bends.
    • Added the ability to break a pressure pipe at a PVI point in profile view when editing the pipe run if the Offset Style for a pipe run profile is set to Cut Length.
    • Added the ability to set the cut length for pressure pipes that do not have a default cut length.
    • Added the ability to follow different profiles in a pipe run. This feature is available on the Overrides tab of the Pipe Run Profile Settings dialog box in the Reference Profile column and replaces the Dynamic column. You can use this feature to create a station range that follows a layout profile.
  • Added "Search by keyword" in the pressure parts drop down list to indicate that the list is searchable.
  • Added the ability to show the property set information that has been added to a pressure network or gravity network in plan view in a profile view label.
  • Updated the text of the warning regarding unsupported geometry in pipe runs.

New in Subassembly Composer (What's New in 2023)

Learn about enhancements to the Subassembly Composer.

  • Added the ability to create an auxiliary curve object, which is comparable to the existing Auxiliary Line and Auxiliary Point objects.
  • Added an asterisk to the PKT name in the Subassembly Composer to indicate if there are any unsaved changes in a PKT file.

API Enhancements (What's New in 2023)

Additions have been made to the Civil 3D API to support corridor solids.

Updates to the API have been made in the following feature areas:

Added APIs to allow users to track back to the applied subassemblies from a corridor solid's GUID:

  • OffsetBaselineCollection[System::Guid offsetGUID]: get OffsetBaseline from OffsetBaselineCollection by its GUID
  • OffsetBaseline.OffsetGUID: get OffsetBaseline's GUID
  • BaselineRegionCollection[System::Guid regionGUID]: get BaselineRegion from BaselineRegionCollection by its GUID
  • BaselineRegion.RegionGUID: get BaselineRegion's GUID