In Civil 3D 2011 it is not possible to create a dynamic point table with station and offset data. However it is possible with 3rd party software. http://www.quuxsoft.com/
If purchasing 3rd party is out of the question the tip below will provide a point table with station data that is not dynamic. This is possible by exporting an XML report to word and importing it to Civil 3D. Exporting to various formats provides efficient workflows for import back to Civil 3D.
Note: NET reports can be saved in several formats, including HTML, Adobe® PDF, Microsoft® Word Document, Microsoft® Excel Workbook, and Text Document. If Microsoft® Office is not installed, than the options for Word Document, Excel Workbook, and Text Document are not available
First let locate the toolbox icon.
Select the toolbox icon on the left to customize reports.
Locate the Toolbox tab and right click Station Offset to Points
Unfortunately this command will include every point in the drawing. If the point numbers are known you could select each one or remove the unwanted points. An easier workflow is erase points from the current drawing (to be safe do a save as before removing points). Erase the points that are not to be included. I wanted to include all points 100’ from the alignment so I offset the alignment 50’. Connected these lines to form a polyline and then offset the polyline another 50’.
Once the area is established the points were selected and erased. Below is what the drawing looked like before creating the report.