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Usage

This template generates an infobox for roads, both numbered and unnumbered. Below is the basic syntax needed to get a complete infobox for an article. Place this below any hatnotes and before any other text and fill in the variables. If a variable is empty, it should be omitted. Other, more specific, parameters exist and are described in detail below.

Numbered roads

This is the basic code needed to set up an infobox for a numbered route.

{{Infobox road
| country =
| type =
| route =
| map =
| length_mi =
| length_km =
| length_round =
| length_ref =
| established =
| direction_a =
| terminus_a =
| junction =
| direction_b =
| terminus_b =
| previous_type =
| previous_route =
| next_type =
| next_route =
}}

Unnumbered roads

This is the basic code needed to set up an infobox for an unnumbered route. See also {{infobox street}}.

{{Infobox road
| name =
| marker_image =
| map =
| length_mi =
| length_km =
| length_round =
| length_ref =
| established =
| allocation =
| direction_a =
| terminus_a =
| junction =
| direction_b =
| terminus_b =
}}

Full

Parameters

Numbered roads

These parameters are typically used only for numbered routes.

  • country: the ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 code of the country that the route is in. Use this list to find the correct code for the country. These countries have had the necessary subtemplates set up; see that page for instructions on how to set up new countries. If the route is located in Australia, the United States, Canada, or Mexico, and the route is located within one state or province use state (Australia, US, and Mexico) or province (Canada) instead. The "state" and "province" parameters are not interchangeable. Accepted values for these two parameters are as follows:
    • Australian state: the two- or three-letter abbreviation of the state. Note: |country=AUS must also be set if the state is NT or WA to avoid conflicts with other countries.
    • U.S. state: the two-letter postal abbreviation of the state.
    • Canadian province: the two-letter postal abbreviation of the province.
    • Mexican state: the three-letter ISO 3166-2:MX code of the state, minus the "MX-" prefix.
  • type: the type of route the article is about. See this page for a list.
  • subtype: the type of special route that the article route is, if applicable
  • county: the county associated with the route that the article is about. Use only for county routes.
  • route: the number of the route.
  • section: the section of code that defines this route. Very few areas use this, and the appropriate subpage ([[/law/USA]] for example) must be set up for the parameter to work. The state of Minnesota also uses subsection to specify the exact section of the legal code definition.
  • spur_type: defines the type of route that the route is a spur of. Use for spur routes, such as a loop road, bypass, alternate route, business route, truck route, or other type of route. Example: Use WV for West Virginia Route 10 Alternate.
  • spur_of: defines what the parent route is, such as Highway 7A's parent is Highway 7, or Interstate 110's parent is Interstate 10. The usual text that would go here is the road number, such as "7" or "10" or "500".
  • previous_type: this is the type of route that proceeds the current one in the system. See this page for a list.
  • previous_route: the number of the route preceding this one
  • previous_dab: any disambiguation needed to generate the correct link to the previous route
  • browse_route: the route associated with the current browse row. Typically used only if the browsing route is not the route that the rest of the infobox is about.
  • next_type: same as "previous_type" but for the route following this one
  • next_route: the number of the route succeeding this one
  • next_dab: same as "previous_dab" but for the route following this one
  • browse: use to add additional browse lines, which are generated by templates similar to {{ny browse}}. These templates accept the seven parameters given above plus "county"; however, "route" is used instead of "browse_route".

Historical roads

These parameters are typically used only for roads of a historic nature, such as the Silk Road.

  • time_period: the time period that the road existed in.
    • established_by: the body that built or established the road. Used only in conjunction with "time_period".
    • significance: the historical/cultural significance of the route. Used only in conjunction with "time_period".
    • related: roads related to the historical road. Used only in conjunction with "time_period".

Route information

  • marker_image: shield image to be displayed. Requires full wiki markup. Typically not needed for numbered routes.
  • name: road name to be displayed. Typically not needed for numbered routes.
  • maint: the agency that maintains the highway. If the appropriate subpage ([[/maint/USA]] for example) exists and a specific jurisdiction is specified (such as "state=AZ"), this parameter will be filled in automatically with that jurisdiction's department of transportation. "maint" still works, however, if the default agency needs to be overwritten, for instance if the route is maintained by another agency.
  • alternate_name: Use in situations where the entire route has another name. For example, New York State Route 590 is called the Sea Breeze Expressway for its entire length.
  • map: image name of a map for the route, without the File: namespace prefix, which the template will place into an image link for you. For example, map=map_name|map_alt=alt text will render as: [[File:map_name|290x172px|alt=alt text]]. Note: this will pull the file name from Wikidata if left empty and the associated item has the information.
    • map_alt: alt text for the map, for visually impaired readers. See WP:ALT. This parameter should be specified if map is specified.
    • map_notes: an optional parameter with text to display along with the map.
    • map_custom: optionally set to yes if you want to override the template's default image link; then you may specify your own complete image link with: map=[[File:map_name|...]]
    • For best results, your map image width should be 290px.
    • See the WP:USRD maps task force for maps for roads in the United States.
  • photo or image: image name of a photo for the route, without the File: namespace prefix, which the template will place into an image link for you. For example, photo=photo_name|photo_alt=alt text will render as: [[File:photo_name|290px|alt=alt text]].
    • photo_width or image_width: sets the width in pixels of non-map images. Default value is 290.
    • photo_alt or image_alt: alt text for the photo, for visually impaired readers. See WP:ALT. This parameter should be specified if photo is specified.
    • photo_notes or image_notes: an optional parameter with text to display along with the photo.
    • This set of parameters will not work for articles in the United States per WP:USRD consensus.
  • length_mi or length_km: length of the route in miles (in countries where the imperial system is used) or kilometres (in countries where the metric system is used). Only one can be used in an article. The value from the one defined is the one that appears first. The other is calculated and rounded to the same level of precision as the stated value. If neither "length_mi" nor "length_km" exists, no length is displayed.
    • length_round: number of decimal places to be used in the conversion. If the length should be converted to a greater precision than the given value, adjust length_round to match but be sure to avoid false precision.
    • length_ref, if defined, appears after the first length. Use a citation for the length or {{fact}} here. Be sure that the first length is the one for which you have a reference.
    • length_notes, if defined, appears as a note below the length. This can be used to show former length, or future length, etc.
  • status: the status of cancelled or under construction roadways; this will not show unless the infobox uses |header_type= with historic, former or under construction values (or their alternates).
  • established: this is the date the route was commissioned or assigned to its current alignment. (Alternate parameter: formed)
  • decommissioned: date the route was decommissioned (Alternate parameter: deleted)
  • history: a brief summary of the route's history. Typically used in place of the above two parameters.
  • known_for: if defined, prints any notable landmarks on the road with an independent article; eg: Stonehenge, Angel of the North
  • allocation: a list of highway designations allocated to the roadway. For Australia, this uses a label of "Allocation:" while for other countries it will use "Component highways:" instead.
  • tourist: a list of the tourist routes that follow the route; currently only set up for use in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and the US.
  • restrictions: a brief mention of any restrictions on the road. Examples include regular seasonal closures or permit requirements needed by motorists.

Major intersections

  • beltway_city, orbital, loop, or tloop: for beltways, orbitals, loop roads, or tourist loops only. This is the city that the beltway/orbital/loop encircles. The output differs between the three to accommodate variation in English for different geographic areas. In the case of tourist loops, using |tloop=none will omit a location around which the roadway would loop.
  • direction_a: for U.S. roads, this should be either "South" or "West" per the standards set by the U.S. Roads project. For roads in other jurisdictions, consult that area's WikiProject to determine which direction to put here.
  • terminus_a or end_a: this is where the route begins and, for U.S. roads, is either at the southern terminus or western terminus
  • junction: a list of major junctions. Each WikiProject has different standards for major junctions, so consult the relevant WikiProject for more details.
  • direction_b: The opposite of "direction_a"
  • terminus_b or end_b: where the route ends, in accordance with the guidelines set forth with terminus_a

This template is capable of creating separate "major intersection" sections for individual segments of a route that is split into two to four segments. The parameters associated with this feature are:

  • section#, where # is the number of the segment (1 being the first entered into the infobox, 2 being the next, and so on). By default, the text "Major intersections" is replaced in the header with "Section #"; this parameter allows for a custom header to be used.
  • length_mi# or length_km#: "length_mi" or "length_km" for the # segment
    • length_round#: "length_round" for the # segment
    • length_ref#: "length_ref" for the # segment
    • length_notes#: "length_notes" for the # segment
  • direction_a: same as described above; however, in this usage it will provide a default direction for the beginning point of all of the segments. If the direction of one endpoint is different, use direction_a# for that endpoint.
  • terminus_a# or end_a#: "terminus_a"/"end_a" for the # segment
  • junction#: "junction" for the # segment
  • direction_b: same as described above; however, in this usage it will provide a default direction for the ending point of all of the segments. If the direction of one endpoint is different, use direction_b# for that endpoint.
  • terminus_b# or end_b#: for the # segment

Location

This infobox has several parameters to list locations; however, many are restricted to use in only certain regions or countries for various reasons, including but not limited to local WikiProject consensus and common sense (for example, "countries" shouldn't be used on intra-country articles, and since the only locations with rural municipalities are Manitoba and Saskatchewan, "rural_municipalities" should be used there and nowhere else). Even where usage is possible, each parameter is still optional on an article-by-article basis based on local consensus.

Parameter Usage Allowed for
countries a list of countries that the route enters EUR, ASIA
regions a list of regions that the route enters EUR, ITA, HRV, CZE, CYP, GRC, POL, HUN, SVN, SVK, AUT, TUR, UKR, BIH, SRB, SGP
states a list of states that the route enters USA (but not for intrastate articles), IND, DEU
provinces a list of provinces that the route enters IRN, TUR, THA
counties a list of counties that the route enters no restrictions
parishes a list of parishes that the route enters no restrictions, but use only in Louisiana
rural_municipalities a list of rural municipalities that the route enters Manitoba, Saskatchewan
municipalities a list of municipalities that the route enters no restrictions, but use only in Puerto Rico
districts a list of districts that the route enters no restrictions, but use only in Indian states and other locations with districts instead of counties
cities used to list the cities that the route serves everywhere but USA per USRD standards
towns used to list the towns that the route serves everywhere but USA per USRD standards
villages used to list the villages that the route serves everywhere but USA per USRD standards
destinations used to list the Primary destinations that the route serves AUS, GBR, IRL, MYS, NZL, IND
lga used to list the Local Government Areas that the route servers AUS
locations used to list the locations that the route serves; label varies based on route type AUS

Other parameters

  • header_type: IBR has a small set of alternate header shades for specific sets of articles. They are:
    • under construction: for roads where construction has begun on the highway and no sections have been opened to traffic. Do not use for roads that are open to traffic in some capacity. (Alternate values: const, uc)
    • historic: for roads of a historic nature, such as auto trails or highways posted with brown, historical or scenic signage. (Alternate values: historical, hist, scenic)
    • former: for highway designations no longer maintained by the corresponding government authority. (Alternate value: decommissioned)
    • freeway: Canada only. For roads that are freeways for their entire length.
    • minor: UK only. For A roads signed with black-on-white markers.
  • system: the highway system that the article route is part of. Typically not needed for numbered routes.
  • e-road, ahn, tahn or mrn: used to indicate that a roadway is part of the International E-road network in Europe, the Asian Highway Network, the Trans-African Highway network or the Arab Mashreq International Road Network.
    • e-road-shield, ahn-shield, tahn-shield or mrn-shield: shield or route marker image for the E-road, AHN, TAHN or MRN route. Requires full wiki markup.
  • embedded: embed another infobox with such capability like {{Designation list}} and {{Infobox NRHP}}.

Technical details

See Infobox road/doc/tech for details on the inner workings of the template, including a list of tracking categories.

Example

New Jersey Turnpike marker

New Jersey Turnpike
Route information
Maintained by the New Jersey Turnpike Authority
Length: 122.40 mi[4][2] (196.98 km)
11.03 mi (17.75 km) Western Spur[1]
6.55 mi (10.54 km) Pennsylvania Extension[2]
8.17 mi (13.1 km) Newark Bay Extension[3]
Existed: 1951 – present
Major junctions
South end: I-295 / US 40 in Pennsville
  US 40 in Carneys Point Township
I-95.svgPennsylvania Turnpike logo.svg I-95 / Penna. Tpk. in Mansfield Township
I-195 in Robbinsville Township
Route 18 in East Brunswick
I-287 / Route 440 in Edison Township
G.S. Parkway / US 9 in Woodbridge Township
I-278 in Linden/Elizabeth
I-78 in Newark
I-280 in Kearny
Route 495 in Secaucus
North end: I-95 / US 1/9 / US 46 in Fort Lee
Highway system
I-695 700 I-895
I-95 NJ 100 (cutout).svg Route 101
I-295 NJ 300 (cutout).svg Route 303
{{Infobox road
| state = NJ
| type = Turnpike
| maint = the New Jersey Turnpike Authority
| length_mi = 122.40
| length_round = 2
| length_ref = <ref name="sld 0">{{cite web|url=http://www.state.nj.us/transportation/refdata/sldiag/00000700__-.pdf|title=Route 700 Straight Line Diagram|accessdate=2007-04-26|format=PDF|publisher=[[New Jersey Department of Transportation|NJDOT]]}}</ref><ref name="sld 1" /><!--equation is 76.78+52.17-6.55=122.4-->
| length_notes = {{convert|11.03|mi|km|2|abbr=on|}} Western Spur<ref name="sld 2">{{cite web|url=http://www.state.nj.us/transportation/refdata/sldiag/00000095W_-.pdf|title=Route 95W Straight Line Diagram|accessdate=2007-04-26|format=PDF|publisher=[[New Jersey Department of Transportation|NJDOT]]}}</ref><br />{{convert|6.55|mi|km|2|abbr=on}} Pennsylvania Extension<ref name="sld 1">{{cite web|url=http://www.state.nj.us/transportation/refdata/sldiag/00000095__-.pdf|title=Route 95 Straight Line Diagram|accessdate=2007-04-26|format=PDF|publisher=[[New Jersey Department of Transportation|NJDOT]]}}</ref><br />{{convert|8.17|mi|km|1|abbr=on}} Newark Bay Extension<ref name="sld 3">{{cite web|url=http://www.state.nj.us/transportation/refdata/sldiag/00000078__-.pdf|title=Route 78 Straight Line Diagram|accessdate=2007-04-26|format=PDF|publisher=[[New Jersey Department of Transportation|NJDOT]]}}</ref>
| established = 1951
| direction_a = South
| direction_b = North
| terminus_a = {{jct|state=NJ|I|295|US|40}} in [[Pennsville Township, New Jersey|Pennsville]]
| junction = {{jct|state=NJ|US|40|nolink=yes}} in [[Carneys Point Township, New Jersey|Carneys Point Township]]<br />[[File:I-95.svg|20px|link=]][[File:Pennsylvania Turnpike logo.svg|20px|link=]] [[Interstate 95 (New Jersey)|I-95]] / [[Pennsylvania Turnpike|Penna. Tpk.]] in [[Mansfield Township, Burlington County, New Jersey|Mansfield Township]]<br />{{jct|state=NJ|I|195}} in [[Robbinsville Township, New Jersey|Robbinsville Township]]<br />{{jct|state=NJ|NJ|18}} in [[East Brunswick Township, New Jersey|East Brunswick Township]]<br />{{jct|state=NJ|I|287|NJ|440}} in [[Edison, New Jersey|Edison Township]]<br />{{jct|state=NJ|GSP || US|9}} in [[Woodbridge Township, New Jersey|Woodbridge Township]]<br />{{jct|state=NJ|I|278}} in [[Linden, New Jersey|Linden]]/[[Elizabeth, New Jersey|Elizabeth]]<br />{{jct|state=NJ|I|78}} in [[Newark, New Jersey|Newark]]<br />{{jct|state=NJ|I|280}} in [[Kearny, New Jersey|Kearny]]<br />{{jct|state=NJ|NJ|495}} in [[Secaucus, New Jersey|Secaucus]]
| terminus_b = {{jct|state=NJ|I|95|US|1/9|US|46}} in [[Fort Lee, New Jersey|Fort Lee]]
| previous_type = I
| previous_route = 695
| browse_route = 700
| next_type = I
| next_route = 895
| browse = {{nj browse
| previous_type=I
| previous_route=95
| route=[[File:NJ 100 (cutout).svg|20px]]
| next_type=NJ-old
| next_route=101
}}{{nj browse
| previous_type=I
| previous_route=295
| route=[[File:NJ 300 (cutout).svg|20px]]
| next_type=NJ
| next_route=303
}}
}}

See also

References

  1. ^ "Route 95W Straight Line Diagram" (PDF). NJDOT. Retrieved 2007-04-26. 
  2. ^ a b "Route 95 Straight Line Diagram" (PDF). NJDOT. Retrieved 2007-04-26. 
  3. ^ "Route 78 Straight Line Diagram" (PDF). NJDOT. Retrieved 2007-04-26. 
  4. ^ "Route 700 Straight Line Diagram" (PDF). NJDOT. Retrieved 2007-04-26. 
TemplateData
This is the TemplateData documentation for this template used by VisualEditor and other tools.

TemplateData for Infobox road

An infobox template for highway articles.

Template parameters

This template prefers block formatting of parameters.

Parameter Description Type Status
Country country

The ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 code of the country the route is in.

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State state

The two to three letter abbreviation of the Australian, U.S., or Mexican state the route is in.

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Province province

The two letter postal abbreviation of the Canadian province the route is in.

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Type type

The type code of the route from Template:Infobox_road/doc/type.

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Route number route

The number of the route.

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Marker image marker_image

Marker image or shield to be displayed. Use full wiki markup. Not needed for numbered routes, usually.

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Name name

The name of the road (not used for numbered routes).

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Alternate name alternate_name

The alternate name of the road. Use only when the entire route has that name.

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Maintenance maint

The agency that maintains the road. Numbered routes have this automatically populated.

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Map map

The file name of the map of the road, without File:. If this is blank and the map is available on Wikidata, it will be used.

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Map alternate text map_alt

The alternate text for the map, for visually impaired readers.

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Map notes map_notes

Text to display with the map.

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Photo photoimage

A photo to display, without File:. Does not work in the US.

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Photo alternate text photo_altimage_alt

The alternate text for the photo, for visually impaired readers.

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Photo notes photo_notesimage_notes

Text to display with the map.

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Map custom map_custom

Use yes if you want to override the template's default image link; then use the Map parameter to specify a link instead.

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Length in miles length_mi

If and only if the route is in a country on the imperial system, list the length in miles here.

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Length in kilometres length_km

If and only if the route is in a country on the metric system, list the length in kilometres here.

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Length round length_round

Number of decimal places to be used in the conversion.

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Length reference length_ref

A reference for the given length.

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Length notes length_notes

Notes for the length.

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Established establishedformed

Date the route was commissioned.

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Decommissioned decommissioneddeleted

Date the route was decommissioned.

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History history

Summary of the route's history, instead of the established and decommissioned fields.

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Allocation allocation

Highway designations allocated to the roadway.

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Tourist routes tourist

Tourist routes that follow the route (Australia, New Zealand, Canada, US).

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Restrictions restrictions

Summary of the route's restrictions such as closures or permits.

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Direction A direction_a

The first direction.

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Direction B direction_b

The second direction.

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Terminus A terminus_aend_a

The first terminus.

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Terminus B terminus_bend_b

The second terminus.

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Major junctions junctionsjunction

A brief list of major junctions. In the US, do not use more than 10.

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Beltway city beltway_city

The city the beltway encircles.

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Orbital city orbital

The city the orbital encircles.

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Loop road city loop

The city the loop road encircles.

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Tourist loop city tloop

The city the tourist loop encircles.

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Time period time_period

The time period the road existed in.

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Established by established_by

If a time period is used, the body that built or established the road.

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Significance significance

If a time period is used, the historical/cultural significance of the route.

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Related roads related

If a time period is used, roads related to the historical road.

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Subtype subtype

If the route is a spur or a bannered route.

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Spur type spur_type

The type of the parent route that this is a spur of.

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Spur of spur_of

The parent route of this spur route.

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County (for county routes) county

The county associated with the route that the article is about. Use only for county routes.

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Previous route type previous_type

The type code of the previous route in the system from Template:Infobox_road/doc/type.

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Next route type next_type

The type code of the next route in the system from Template:Infobox_road/doc/type.

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Previous route previous_route

The number of the previous route in the system.

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Next route next_route

The number of the next route in the system.

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Previous route disambiguation previous_dab

The disambiguation suffix of the previous route in the system.

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Next route disambiguation next_dab

The disambiguation suffix of the next route in the system.

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Browse route browse_route

The number of the current route in the system, if not the same as the rest of the infobox.

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Additional browse lines browse

Use to add additional browse lines with additional templates

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List of countries countries

A list of countries the route enters (EUR, ASIA)

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List of regions regions

A list of regions the route enters (EUR, ITA, HRV, CZE, CYP, GRC, POL, HUN, SVN, SVK, AUT, TUR, UKR, BIH, SRB, SGP)

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List of states states

A list of states the route enters (USA in multiple states, IND, DEU)

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List of provinces provinces

A list of provinces the route enters (IRN, TUR, THA)

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List of counties counties

A list of counties the route enters (anywhere)

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List of parishes parishes

A list of parishes the route enters (Louisiana)

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List of rural municipalities rural_municipalities

A list of countries the route enters (Manitoba, Saskatchewan)

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List of municipalities municipalities

A list of municipalities the route enters (Puerto Rico)

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
List of districts districts

A list of districts the route enters (India, other countries with districts)

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
List of cities cities

A list of cities the route enters (everywhere but USA)

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
List of towns towns

A list of towns the route enters (everywhere but USA)

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
List of villages villages

A list of villages the route enters (everywhere but USA)

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
List of destinations destinations

A list of primary destinations the route enters (AUS, GBR, IRL, MYS, NZL, IND)

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
List of LGAs lga

A list of LGAs the route enters (Australia)

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
List of locations locations

A list of locations the route enters (Australia)

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Section of code section

The section of the highway code the route is defined in.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Subsection of code subsection

The subsection of the highway code the route is defined in (for Minnesota only).

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Header type header_type

under construction, historic, former, freeway (Canada only), minor (UK only)

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Highway system system

The highway system the article route is a part of. Typically not used for numbered routes.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
E-road e-road

The E-road that the route is a part of (Europe).

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
E-road route marker image e-road-shield

Route marker image for the E-road that the route is a part of (Europe). Requires full wiki markup.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Asian Highway Network designation ahn

The Asian Highway that the route is a part of.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Asian Highway route marker image ahn-shield

Route marker image for the Asian Highway that the route is a part of. Requires full wiki markup.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Trans-African Highway designation tahn

The Trans-African Highway that the route is a part of.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Trans-African Highway route marker image tahn-shield

Route marker image for the Trans-African Highway that the route is a part of. Requires full wiki markup.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Header for section 1 section1

If the route is divided into sections, this is the header for section 1.

Default
Section 1
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Section 1 length in miles length_mi1

If and only if the route is in a country on the imperial system, list the length in miles on section 1 here.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Number optional
Section 1 length in kilometres length_km1

If and only if the route is in a country on the metric system, list the length in kilometres on section 1 here.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Number optional
Length round for section 1 length_round1

Number of decimal places to be used in the conversion on section 1.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Number optional
Length reference for section 1 length_ref1

A reference for the given length for section 1.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Length notes for section 1 length_notes1

Notes for the length for section 1.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Direction A for section 1 direction_a1

The first direction for section 1, to override direction_a.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Direction B for section 1 direction_b1

The second direction for section 1, to override direction_b.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Terminus A for section 1 terminus_a1end_a1

The first terminus for section 1.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Terminus B for section 1 terminus_b1end_b1

The second terminus for section 1.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Major junctions for section 1 junctions1

A brief list of major junctions for section 1. In the US, do not use more than 10.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Header for section 2 section2

If the route is divided into sections, this is the header for section 2.

Default
Section 2
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Section 2 length in miles length_mi2

If and only if the route is in a country on the imperial system, list the length in miles on section 2 here.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Number optional
Section 2 length in kilometres length_km2

If and only if the route is in a country on the metric system, list the length in kilometres on section 2 here.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Number optional
Length round for section 2 length_round2

Number of decimal places to be used in the conversion on section 2.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Number optional
Length reference for section 2 length_ref2

A reference for the given length for section 2.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Length notes for section 2 length_notes2

Notes for the length for section 2.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Direction A for section 2 direction_a2

The first direction for section 2, to override direction_a.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Direction B for section 2 direction_b2

The second direction for section 2, to override direction_b.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Terminus A for section 2 terminus_a2end_a2

The first terminus for section 2.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Terminus B for section 2 terminus_b2end_b2

The second terminus for section 2.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Major junctions for section 2 junctions2

A brief list of major junctions for section 2. In the US, do not use more than 10.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Header for section 3 section3

If the route is divided into sections, this is the header for section 3.

Default
Section 3
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Section 3 length in miles length_mi3

If and only if the route is in a country on the imperial system, list the length in miles on section 3 here.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Number optional
Section 3 length in kilometres length_km3

If and only if the route is in a country on the metric system, list the length in kilometres on section 3 here.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Number optional
Length round for section 3 length_round3

Number of decimal places to be used in the conversion on section 3.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Number optional
Length reference for section 3 length_ref3

A reference for the given length for section 3.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Length notes for section 3 length_notes3

Notes for the length for section 3.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Direction A for section 3 direction_a3

The first direction for section 3, to override direction_a.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Direction B for section 3 direction_b3

The second direction for section 3, to override direction_b.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Terminus A for section 3 terminus_a3end_a3

The first terminus for section 3.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Terminus B for section 3 terminus_b3end_b3

The second terminus for section 3.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Major junctions for section 3 junctions3

A brief list of major junctions for section 3. In the US, do not use more than 10.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Header for section 4 section4

If the route is divided into sections, this is the header for section 4.

Default
Section 4
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Section 4 length in miles length_mi4

If and only if the route is in a country on the imperial system, list the length in miles on section 4 here.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Number optional
Section 4 length in kilometres length_km4

If and only if the route is in a country on the metric system, list the length in kilometres on section 4 here.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Number optional
Length round for section 4 length_round4

Number of decimal places to be used in the conversion on section 4.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Number optional
Length reference for section 4 length_ref4

A reference for the given length for section 4.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Length notes for section 4 length_notes4

Notes for the length for section 4.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Direction A for section 4 direction_a4

The first direction for section 4, to override direction_a.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Direction B for section 4 direction_b4

The second direction for section 4, to override direction_b.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Terminus A for section 4 terminus_a4end_a4

The first terminus for section 4.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Terminus B for section 4 terminus_b4end_b4

The second terminus for section 4.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional
Major junctions for section 4 junctions4

A brief list of major junctions for section 4. In the US, do not use more than 10.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional