Hi Bridget Yamzon , First of all, it would be better to just use the data as text file to read it into ArcGIS. Arcpy has a method that allows you to convert the WKT string that you have directly into a geometry (polyline): If I use this snippet of code: import arcpy line = 'LINESTRING(1981440.31013335 10450262.42901984, 1981440.31013335 10450262.42901984, 1981443.31013335 10450265.42901984)' polyline = arcpy . FromWKT ( line ) print type ( polyline ) print polyline . length ... it will return this: <class 'arcpy.arcobjects.geometries.Polyline'> 4.24264068712 If you look at this thread: Utilizing 'fromWKT' function in python in version 10.1 and scroll down almost to the end of the thread you will see that Kim Ollivier mentions that you can use the arcpy.da.InsertCursor and use the string directly to create the geometry. If you need some help, please share (part of) you data and I'll have a look. I also noticed that you have zip_code info in the same file and perhaps more attributes, and it might be interesting to have these too in the resulting featureclass.
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