Template:AUS-WAint

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LGA Location km mi Destinations Notes
   
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
Template documentation

This is a template for generating an intersection or exit for a Western Australia road article. It is a member of the {{Jctint}} suite of templates.

General usage[edit]

This is the basic syntax you need to get a complete intersection table. Just copy and paste the code below:

{{AUSinttop}}
{{AUS-WAint
|LGA=
|LGAspan=
|location=
|lspan=
|type=
|km=
|road=
|notes=
}}
{{Jctbtm}}

...and fill in the variables! For more entries, use this:

{{AUS-WAint
|LGA=
|LGAspan=
|location=
|lspan=
|type=
|km=
|road=
|notes=
}}

Within a single LGA[edit]

If a road is entirely within a single local government area, you may omit the LGA column by using the following code:

{{AUSinttop|noLGA=yes}}
{{AUS-WAint
|location=
|lspan=
|type=
|km=
|road=
|notes=
}}
{{Jctbtm}}

Just copy and paste the above code, and fill in the variables! Also note that the table should be preceded by line explaining the omitted column, such as:

The entire freeway is in the [[City of Mitcham]].

For more entries, use this:

{{AUS-WAint
|location=
|lspan=
|type=
|km=
|road=
|notes=
}}

Parameters[edit]

For the above parameters, here's what you should fill in:

  • LGA: The name of the local government area in which the intersection is located. Full wiki markup is required, for example |LGA=[[City of Mitcham|Mitcham]]. Parameters such as LGAC can be used instead to avoid using full wiki markup (see below)
  • LGAspan: number of rows the LGA spans. If value=1, omit this parameter. If set, LGA (or LGAC etc.) should be omitted from the other rows it spans.
  • location: the suburb the intersection is in. The text entered here will be wikilinked to <text entered>, Western Australia, so if the intersection is in multiple suburbs, you must use location_special (see below).
  • lspan: number of rows the location spans—if value=1, omit this parameter. If set, location (or location_special) should be omitted from the other rows it spans
  • type: use to specify a shading for that intersection's row. The permitted types are:
    • closed: for highway intersections or interchanges that are now closed to traffic
    • mplex or concur: for a route multiplexing terminus or concurrencies.
    • trans: for a route transition – from one route number to either another route number, or a section without a route number, along a named road
    • unbuilt: for unbuilt roadway intersections/interchanges.
    • incomplete: for incomplete intersections/interchanges where all movements are not supported (Northbound exit and southbound entrance, etc.)
    • hov for interchanges that are only for High occupancy vehicle lanes
    • toll or etc for an interchange where tolls or electronic tolls are collected
    • Note: If the type parameter is used, the table must include a colour key at the bottom of the table. Use the |keys= parameter in {{jctbtm}} to generate a compliant legend.
  • km: the distance, in kilometres, of the intersection from the start of the road. Only enter numerical values, as these will be used to automatically generate a Miles column. Use km2 if the location is in a range of kilometres (see below)
  • road: road that the article route intersects at this junction. This should be formatted as follows:<route shield/s> <wikilinked Road Name> <ndash> <wikilinked destinations>
    • Generate route shields using {{AUshield}}
    • If there are multiple roads (i.e. intersecting road changes name at this intersection), use a slash (/) to separate roads
    • Generate an ndash (–) and wikilinked destinations using {{WAcity}}
    • If destinations are to be entered manually, an ndash can be generated by the HTML character code &ndash;
  • notes: any notes regarding that junction. This must include an explanation for any usage of the type-generated shading.

Additional Parameters[edit]

In addition to those in the basic syntax, the following parameters may be used:

  • LGA_note: a note that appears in small text below the LGA
  • location_special: (replaces location) the location where the junction is located - use for custom entries only, such as when an intersection is in multiple suburbs. Requires full wiki markup. {{SAcity}}, {{VICcity}} etc. are a useful shorthand.
  • km2: use as the second measurement (km being the first) if an there are intersections with a road spread out between two points along the article route.
  • uspan: number of rows the units spans—if value=1, omit this parameter. If set, km and km2) should be omitted from the other rows it spans.
  • rcspan: number of columns the road cell spans-if value=1, omit this parameter. Set |rcspan=2 to generate a left aligned cell that spans both the destination and notes column. Do not use for features such as a rivers and bridges - see place below. Important: if using this parameter, set |notes=none to avoid the notes cell spilling over the edge of the table.
  • nspan: number of rows the notes spans—if value=1, omit this parameter. If set, notes should be omitted from the other rows it spans.
  • place or bridge or tunnel: a feature, such as a bridge or tunnel. This will appear in a multicolumn cell (centre aligned) that spans the destinations and notes columns. Full wiki markup is required for links, otherwise the result will be plain text.
  • pspan or bspan or tspan: number of rows the above multicolumn cell spans-if value=1, omit this parameter.
  • Parameters that replace LGA: The parameters in the table below allow you to enter the LGA name as plain text, and the template will generate the necessary piped link. For example, |LGAC=Mitcham will generate  Mitcham , which links to the Wikipedia article City of Mitcham
Parameter Type of LGA
(name of article on Wikipedia)
LGAC "City of <name>"
LGA-C "<name> City"
LGARC "Rural City of <name>"
LGA-Co "<name> Council"
LGADC "District Council of <name>"
LGA-DC "<name> District Council"
LGAM "Municipality of <name>"
LGA-M "<name> Municipality"
LGA-R "<name> Region"
LGAS "Shire of <name>"
LGA-S "<name> Shire"
LGAAS "Aboriginal Shire of <name>"
LGAT "Town of <name>"

Any parameter which is empty can be omitted.

TemplateData[edit]

TemplateData
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TemplateData for AUS-WAint

A template for making intersection tables.

Template parameters

Parameter Description Type Status
Exit number columns 1

For an exit number column, set to "exit". For exit number and old exit number columns, set to "old"

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
State-cell span sspan

Number of rows that the state cell spans, for interstate routes. For routes within a single state/territory, do not use this parameter

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
LGA-cell span LGAspan

Number of rows the LGA cell spans. If value=1, omit this parameter. If set, LGA (or LGAC etc) paramters should be omitted from the other rows it spans.

Default
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Number optional
Local government area LGA

The name of the local government area in which the intersection is located. Full wiki markup is required, for example: [[City of Mitcham|Mitcham]]

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String required
Local government area - City of ____ LGAC

Name of the local government area, when the name is of the form "City of NAME"

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
Local government area - ____ City LGA-C

Name of the local government area, when the name is of the form "NAME City"

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
Local government area - Rural City of ____ LGARC

Name of the local government area, when the name is of the form "Rural City of NAME"

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
Local government area - ____ Council LGA-Co

Name of the local government area, when the name is of the form "NAME Council"

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
Local government area - District Council of ____ LGADC

Name of the local government area, when the name is of the form "District Council of NAME"

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
Local government area - ____ District Council LGA-DC

Name of the local government area, when the name is of the form "NAME District Council"

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
Local government area - Municipality of ____ LGAM

Name of the local government area, when the name is of the form "Municipality of NAME"

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
Local government area - ____ Municipality LGA-M

Name of the local government area, when the name is of the form "NAME Municipality"

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
Local government area - ____ Region LGA-R

Name of the local government area, when the name is of the form "NAME Region"

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
Local government area - Shire of ____ LGAS

Name of the local government area, when the name is of the form "Shire of NAME"

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
Local government area - ____ Shire LGA-S

Name of the local government area, when the name is of the form "NAME Shire"

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
Local government area - Aboriginal Shire of ____ LGAAS

Name of the local government area, when the name is of the form "Aboriginal Shire of NAME"

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
Local government area - Town of ____ LGAT

Name of the local government area, when the name is of the form "Town of NAME"

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
LGA_note LGA_note

A note that appears in small text below the LGA

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
Location location

the suburb the intersection is in. The text entered here will be wikilinked to , , so if the intersection is in multiple suburbs, you must use the "location_special" parameter

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String suggested
Location_special location_special

(replaces "location" parameter) the location where the junction is located - use for custom entries only, such as when an intersection is in multiple suburbs. Requires full wiki markup.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
Lspan lspan

number of rows the location cell spans—if value=1, omit this parameter. If set, location (or location_special) should be omitted from the other rows it spans

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Lcspan lcspan

number of columns the location cell spans—if value=1, omit this parameter. If set, LGA and/or state cells should be omitted from this rows

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
Lcalign lcalign

Alignment of the location cell, if "lcspan" parameter is used. Can be set to "left", "right", or "center"

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
Type type

use to specify a shading for the intersection's row. The permitted types are: "closed" for highway intersections or interchanges that are now closed to traffic; "concur" for a route concurrency terminus; "trans" for a route transition – from one route number to either another route number, or a section without a route number, along a named road; "unbuilt" for unbuilt roadway intersections/interchanges; "incomplete" for incomplete intersections/interchanges where all movements are not supported (Northbound exit and southbound entrance, etc.); "hov" for interchanges that are only for High occupancy vehicle lanes; "toll" or "etc" for an interchange where tolls or electronic tolls are collected

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
Unit unit

no description

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
Km km

km: the distance, in kilometres, of the intersection from the start of the road. Only enter numerical values, as these will be used to automatically generate a Miles column. Use km2 if the location is in a range of kilometres

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Number suggested
Km2 km2

use as the second measurement (km being the first) if an there are intersections with a road spread out between two points along the article route

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Number optional
units-cells span uspan

number of rows the units cells spans—if value=1, omit this parameter. If set, km and km2 should be omitted from the other rows it spans.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
Old old

Old exit number

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
Ospan ospan

number of rows the old exit number spans—if value=1, omit this parameter. If set, "old" parameter should be omitted from the other rows it spans

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
Exit exit

Exit number

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
Espan espan

number of rows the exit number spans—if value=1, omit this parameter. If set, "exit" parameter should be omitted from the other rows it spans

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
Road road

road that the article route intersects at this junction. This should be formatted as follows:  ; Generate route shields using {{AUshield}; If there are multiple roads (ie intersecting road changes name at this intersection), use a slash (/) to separate roads; Generate an ndash (–) and wikilinked destinations using {{ACTcity}}, {{NSWcity}}, {{VICcity}} etc; If destinations are to be entered manually, an ndash can be generated by the HTML character code –

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String required
Rspan rspan

number of rows the road cell spans—if value=1, omit this parameter

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
Rcspan rcspan

number of columns the road cell spans—if value=1, omit this parameter. if using this parameter, set the "notes" parameter to "none" to avoid the notes cell spilling over the edge of the table.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
Notes notes

any notes regarding that junction. This must include an explanation for any usage of the type-generated shading.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown suggested
Nspan nspan

number of rows the notes spans—if value=1, omit this parameter. If set, the "notes" parameter should be omitted from the other rows it spans.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
Place placebridgetunnel

a feature, such as a bridge or tunnel. This will appear in a multicolumn cell (centre aligned) that spans the destinations and notes columns. Full wiki markup is required for links, otherwise the result will be plain text.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional
Pspan pspanbspantspan

number of rows the place/bridge/tunnel multicolumn cell spans—if value=1, omit this parameter.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Unknown optional

See also[edit]

  • {{jctname}}, {{AUshield}} and {{WAcity}}, are templates used to generate route shields and wikilinked destinations
  • {{AUSinttop}}, a template that generates a MOS:RJL-compliant header for the junction list
  • {{jctbtm}}, a template that closes the junction list table
  • {{jcttop}}, {{CTint}}, {{ILint}}, {{INint}}, {{MIint}}, {{MNint}}, {{NHint}}, {{NYint}}, {{OHint}}, {{PAint}}, {{VTint}}, {{WIint}} are other templates in the {{Jctint}} suite, used in American road junction lists
  • {{jctbridge}}, a template that generates rows for bridge crossings
  • {{jctco}}, a template that generates rows for counties without junctions
  • {{jctgap}}, a template for generating a row for a gap in the route
  • {{jcttunnel}}, a template that generates rows for tunnel crossings
  • {{jctrestarea}}, a template that generates rows for rest areas, service areas and the like