When calibrating routes with points, you can choose to exclude routes without any associated calibration points from the output. The calibration of whole or partial routes is possible.
Route measures can be updated using the shortest-path distance between the calibration points or using the existing measure distance between the points. In most applications, using the shortest-path distance between the calibration points will be sufficient. Calibrating by measure distance should be used on data for which the length-to-measure ratio is not consistent at various locations along the input routes.
When calibrating using the shortest-path distance, you can choose whether the output routes will have continuous measures when there are disjointed parts.
A search radius can be specified to limit how far a calibration point can be from a route. Points outside the search radius will not be used by the calibration process.
You can calibrate routes using the Calibrate Routes tool in the Linear Referencing toolbox.