The Location Referencing toolbox provides essential tools for regenerating routes, managing calibration points and events, and executing quality control checks.
Appends event records from a table, layer, or feature class into an existing ArcGIS Location Referencing event feature class.
Appends routes from an input polyline into an LRS Network.
Updates the event locations for all event feature classes registered with the input network based on the route edit performed.
Deletes routes and associated data elements from the LRS Network.
Populates and updates the DerivedRouteID field and measure values on point and line events with those fields configured and enabled.
Generates calibration points for any route shape provided, including complex shapes such as self-closing, self-intersecting, and branched routes.
Re-creates shapes for event features registered with an LRS Network.
Re-creates shapes and applies calibration changes for route features in an LRS Network.
Overlays one or more linear event feature layers against a target network and outputs a feature class or table that represents the dynamic segmentation of the inputs.
Removes overlapping centerline sections to ensure that there is one common centerline in cases where centerline geometry overlaps.
Translates the measures (m-values) of a point or line event layer from one linear referencing method (LRM) to another.
The Configuration toolset contains tools that allow you to create and modify an LRS, LRS networks, and LRS events.