A class that describes service area facility. Facilities represent locations from which service areas need to be calculated. For example, a fire station can be set as a facility to find which areas it can serve within a 10 minute service area. A hospital can be set as the facility to find what proportion of the population is within a 2 mile driving distance.
Current bearing in degrees. Current bearing in degrees, measured clockwise from true north. Typical values are 0 to 360 or NaN, negative values will be subtracted from 360 (e.g. -15 => 345), values greater than 360 will be have 360 subtracted from them (e.g. 385 => 25). For this property to be used the bearing tolerance also has to be set.
The impedance cutoffs value. Cutoffs specify the quantity of the impedance to apply. They constrain the extent of the service area to be calculated. For example, if you apply breaks of 5, 10, and 15 when the impedance is set to Time, the service area will include those streets that can be reached within 5, 10, and 15 minutes. The value specified in the impedance cutoffs property overrides the Default Cutoffs analysis setting. If no value for the impedance cutoffs property is specified, service area are generated for the facility based on the Default Cutoffs setting.