Did you know that MicroStation has some new Clip Volume tools?
Clip Volumes and Display Styles - A Clip Volume is used to limit the displayed volume for a view to the region within a clipping element. This is useful for working within a limited volume of a model without being hindered by geometry outside the region of interest. When a clip volume is applied to a view, only elements that are located within the clip volume will display, or can be snapped to, in that view. Each view may have a different clip volume applied.
A display style consists of a render mode and optional settings and overrides that you can specify. Display styles are created and managed in the Display Styles dialog. Additional display modes are provided by default. The display styles apply to saved and dynamic views as well as normal views. Display styles are typically saved as shared resources in DGN libraries
Open Clip Volume toolbox
Apply or Modify Clip Volume > Section Clip Tools > YZ Plane
Display Clip Element > On
Select the view
View Attributes > Turn on/off the Forward, Cut and Back
Adjust symbology of display styles.