“Intersection Corridor” diagram does not include all crashes on aliased streets.

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When a corridor diagram is created for a street which is an alias to another street, not all the crashes will be shown. The crashes included may also not include those that occured on end-point cross streets if they are aliases as well.


Correct diagrams will only be created if the primary and cross streets are root streets and have cross streets assigned to them. Aliases and cross streets together have to be set up in certain manner. For example, if you want to create a corridor diagram on Main BL from Broadway ST to Campus AV, and the three streets are aliased to root streets Central AV, Akron CT, Evans ST, you will need to assign cross streets Akron CT and Evans ST to primary street Central AV. The segment in a diagram should be Central AV from Akron CT to Evans ST.


This issue has been resolved in version 6.615.
Please see the knowledgebase article related to this release.

Workaround: (difficult) When working with streets in the Streets manager, make sure that your primary and cross streets are not aliases to other streets.

This issue has been resolved in version 6.615.

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