Manually calculating the walking distance between rooms can be time-consuming. We can use the “Path of Travel” function to calculate the shortest route between rooms.

Walls, openings, and other objects are taken into account and shown with the “Reveal Obstacles” function. We can even change which object categories are considered obstacles and which ones are ignored, such as doors. Once complete, the Path of Travel’s data can be put onto a schedule.

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Digital Drafting Systems – Path of Travel in Revit


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