Layers Tool

1. On the LAYERS tab, the route layers can be faded using the slider. This can make it easier to see the network or road names.


2. On the LAYERS tab, the map layers can also be faded using the slider.


Measure Tools

3. Select the measure tool icon in the bottom left of the map. (The black square with rulers on the left+bottom of the icon.

4. Click on the map to place points for measuring, then select Finish measurement or double-click after placing the final point.

5. A pop-up box will appear with all measurement details. Here, the measurement can also be deleted.


Draw Tools

6. Select the required drawing item:
Line, polygon (free-form shape)
Square
Circle
Point

NOTE: The drawing tools will not appear until a route has been created.

7. Click on the map to commence drawing.

NOTE: Lines and polygons will allow multiple points. Rectangles and circles are drawn by clicking and dragging to the desired size.

8. There are additional layers that are not approved heavy vehicle networks, but assist in planning a route:

1. The State Road Network layer shows all roads under the control of a State Road Authority.
2. Known heavy vehicle bypasses are available as a separate layer.
3. Key transport points for planning fatigue breaks and delivery locations.
4. Various boundaries can also be added.


Displaying additional layer information

9. Select the layer to view the legend.

10. Zoom in on the map and select the section of the route to view the related restriction/condition information.

11. Where there is information for multiple layers, use the left and right arrows to scroll and view.

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