User:Hmich176/State Route task force

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Scope[edit]

This project covers all roads in the states and outer-lying territories that are not covered by state level WikiProjects or task forces.

Resources[edit]

For state-specific resources, see the individual projects.

Historic maps and routings

Relationships[edit]

Parent WikiProjects[edit]

WikiProject U.S. Roads

Sibling WikiProjects[edit]

Alabama | California | California County Routes | Connecticut | Florida | Georgia | Illinois | Indiana | Iowa | Kansas | Kentucky | Maryland | Massachusetts | Michigan | Minnesota | Missouri | Nebraska | Nevada | New Hampshire | New Jersey | New York | New York County Routes | North Carolina | Ohio | Oklahoma | Oregon | Pennsylvania | Rhode Island | South Carolina | Texas | Utah | Vermont | Virginia | Washington | West Virginia | Wisconsin

Participants[edit]

See Wikipedia:WikiProject U.S. Roads/Participants.

Quality statistics[edit]


How you can help[edit]

edit·history·watch·refresh Stock post message.svg To-do list for User:Hmich176/State Route task force:

To-do list is empty: remove {{To do}} tag or click on edit to add an item.

Structure[edit]

Each state is to have a state highway WikiProject of its own when enough interest (i.e. multiple editors willing to commit to said project) to warrant such a project arises. Specifically, each should have a routebox and a standardized structure of some sort. A stub type is also appropriate in any case where there are 30 road stubs or more (or, if no WikiProject, at least 60). A state law and external links section is optional.

However, it is not possible to be doing 50 WikiProjects at this time. Therefore, this project will coordinate the remaining states (and territories) without one to co-ordinate the state and territorial routes that are currently disorganizzed.

All stub articles should be tagged with one of the stub templates listed below. All of the articles are to be named as prescribed on WP:USSH.

Interstate and U.S. Highway articles may be classified as follows: Multi-state and primary routes belong in the U.S. Interstate or U.S. Highway WikiProjects. Single state, secondary routes belong in WP:IH or WP:USH as well as the respective state's WP, or if one does not exist, solely in the U.S. Interstate or U.S. Highway WikiProjects.

See WP:USRD#Structure, WP:USRD#Infobox, WP:USRD#Junction table, Wikipedia:WikiProject U.S. Roads/Shields/Database for more information.

Articles[edit]

Featured content[edit]

Collaboration and review[edit]

Templates[edit]

Stub[edit]

{{US-road-stub}} - use if a particular state is not listed below.
{{Interstate-stub}} - for use on Interstates.
{{UShighway-stub}} - for use on US Routes.
{{Arizona-road-stub}}
{{Arkansas-road-stub}}
{{Colorado-road-stub}}
{{Delaware-road-stub}}
{{Idaho-road-stub}}
{{Louisiana-road-stub}}
{{Maine-road-stub}}
{{Mississippi-road-stub}}
{{Montana-road-stub}}
{{NewMexico-road-stub}}
{{NorthDakota-road-stub}}
{{SouthDakota-road-stub}}
{{Tennessee-road-stub}}
{{Wyoming-road-stub}}
Outer states and territories
Alaska

List of Washington, D.C. numbered highways
List of highways in Guam
Hawaii
Northern Mariana Islands
List of Puerto Rico Highways
List of United States Virgin Islands highways

Project notice[edit]

User:Son/State Route task force/SR template
Designates the current article as part of the State Route task force. Place on the article's talk page. Use on all articles not covered by a subproject.

User templates[edit]

All members of this and descendant projects should consider placing {{Project U.S. Roads}}, {{Project U.S. Roads East}}, {{Project U.S. Roads West}}, or a single-state template on their user page.

These templates contain news for all of the U.S. Road WikiProjects. The west/east templates split the country in half for size reasons, with the Mississippi River acting as the west/east boundary. To see the full template in action, scroll to the top of the page.

For further information on USRD templates, see WP:USRD#Templates.