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All road junction lists should comply with the Manual of Style for Road junction lists (MOS:RJL). This project standard expands on that guideline to provide specific advice for Australian roads. In the case of a conflict, refer to the MOS:RJL guideline.

What to include[edit]

The rows included in a junction list table varies depending on the type and length of road. A 500m street can have all its junctions listed, but that is not practical for a 500km rural highway. Therefore:

  • For short streets, include every junction
  • For arterial roads, include intersections controlled by traffic lights or large roundabouts (or both)
  • For freeway-standard roads and, in urban areas, limited access highways, include all junctions
  • For rural highways, include state-controlled highways and main roads. Other major roads can be included if the list would otherwise be very short.
  • For all roads:
    • Include the start and end points
    • Include all grade separated junctions
    • Include all junctions with roads allocated a (numeric or alphanumeric) State Route, National Route, or National Highway
    • Junctions where a turn is required to stay on the road may be included, if it will not make the list too long. This should be decided on a case-by-case basis, based on consensus at individual articles.
    • Include all junctions or points where the route number changes
    • Junctions or points where the road name changes (such as a highway that takes on another name within a particular town) may be included, if it will not make the list too long. This should be decided on a case-by-case basis, based on consensus at individual articles.
  • Additionally:
    • Include bridges over significant/notable rivers or other features
    • Include tunnels
    • Include state/territory border crossings
  • Do not include crossings with other roads if there is no connection between the roads (such as a flyover bridge without any connecting ramps)
  • Do not include private driveways or roads, such as university or shopping centre access roads (these can be included in the notes column, if they occur at an intersection that otherwise meets the criteria for listing)

What goes in each column[edit]

A typical table will have the following columns: LGA (or District), Location, km, Mile, Destinations, Notes. Additional columns may be used, if needed: State (or State/Territory), Exit number, Old Exit number. If the value in a table cell applies to multiple rows, that cell should span those rows.

  • For interstate routes, the State or State/Territory column has the state or territory name, wikilinked to its article
  • For the LGA column, the local government area is wikilinked. The official name may be truncated to exclude prefixes or suffixes such as "Shire of ..." or "... Shire".
    • In the ACT, District replaces LGA
    • For roads within a single area, a sentence above table should be used instead of this column, in the form of "The entire road is in ..."
  • For the Location column, the suburb or locality or other location is wikilinked (or redlinked if the article does not yet exist)
  • For the km column, the distance to the junction is listed. This can be in the form of a single value, or a range of two values.
  • The Mile column is automatically calculated from the km column
  • An exit number column can be included, if the relevant road authority publicly numbers exits
    • An old exit number column can be included, if the exit numbers have changed
  • An interchange name column can be included, if many interchanges have an official name, or are commonly known by a name (if only a few interchanges do so, then note the name in the notes column)
  • The Destinations column lists intersecting roads, and destinations that can be reached by turning onto those roads - the sort of information that would be seen on a big green directional sign. The general pattern is "[route marker graphic] Name of Road (Route as text) – Destinations".
    • For multiple roads, this can be combined into one line as "[route marker graphics] First Road (First Route) direction / Second Road (Second Route) direction – Destinations". Remember, directions such as north are not proper nouns, and do not take capital letters (unless part of a road name).
    • Alternatively, a separate line can be used for each road, with each line following the general pattern
    • Do not use parentheses around any destinations. The meaning of parentheses may vary from country to country, so if the information indicated by them is important, include an explanation in the notes.
  • The Notes column should contain any relevant notes, such as a junction type (at-grade or grade-separated) that is an exception to the majority on the road. If a background colour is used for a row, the note should explain why the colour was used.
  • Bridges and tunnels should span both the destination and notes column. If a river is crossed, then the river can be used as the location. This cell should span multiple columns if the river is also a boundary between LGAs or states.

Other issues[edit]

  • If a junction is at the edge of multiple LGAs or locations, then all the LGAs or locations should appear in the relevant column. The boundary (or tripoint, quadripoint, or other multipoint) should be explicitly stated in the form of "LGA1–LGA2 boundary" or "location1–location2–location3 tripoint".
  • Do not split tables, unless a road/route has a spur section. A multi-column cell should note any gaps in the road/route (use {{jctgap}}). For interstate roads/routes, use a single table with a "State" or "State/Territory" column.
  • The direction of the table from top to bottom should be the same as the direction used in the article prose. If chainages or SLK (straight line kilometre) values are known, the numbers should increase from 0 upwards. Otherwise, if this information is not available, it is up to editors' discretion/consensus at individual articles – the following advice may be used in deciding direction:
    • If possible, go from smaller house/street numbers to larger ones; or
    • Follow the direction from a larger city/town/settlement to a smaller city/town/settlement; or
    • If the road may be extended from one end, start at the other end; or
    • If the road is gazetted as from "<location x> to <location y> via <a, b, c>" or similar, this direction can also be used; or
    • Just retain the direction the first editor chooses (until a reliable source can found that either agrees or disagrees with that direction)
  • Use of background colours, as specified at MOS:RJL#Colors, is recommended. In the case of a colour conflict, where multiple colours could be used, it is up to editors' discretion/consensus at individual articles
  • If concurrencies occur various approaches may help the situation for deciding shield order:
    • List/Display the higher "rank" routes first
      • M > A > B > C
      • NH > NR > SR
      • All standard routes > All Tourist Drives
      • Non-numbered Tourist Drives > Numbered Tourist Drives
      • All standard routes + Tourist Drives > Other signage
    • As signposted on route
    • Majority route of length of road first
  • For the WP:ACCESS requirements for shielding use an ordering system from above - It is currently considered optional to also add the road number as the last number (usage should be consistent across an article though).
  • Some oddball cases may not be fully covered, or not be able to follow this standard exactly. In such cases, it is probably best to seek consensus on either the article talk page or project talk page
  • Verifiability is important! As a bare minimum, the "km" column should have a reference (if Google maps was used, the template {{Google maps}} can help). Official sources that may help with some or all of the columns are listed in the project's resources department (WP:AURD/R). There are "pre-cited" templates available for some states.

Examples[edit]

Kwinana Freeway[edit]

Interchanges


LGA Location km[1] mi Destinations Notes
Perth Perth 0.00 0.00 Mitchell Freeway (State Route 2) – Joondalup Freeway terminus: continues north as Mitchell Freeway
Swan River 0.00–
0.34
0.00–
0.21
Narrows Bridge
South Perth South Perth 0.59 0.37 Mill Point Road – South Perth Northbound exit only
1.08–
1.41
0.67–
0.88
Modified directional T interchange: no northbound exit
ComoSouth Perth boundary 2.98 1.85 South Terrace – Como, Kensington, South Perth Southbound exit only
Como 5.20–
6.25
3.23–
3.88
Canning Highway (National Route 1 east / State Route 6) – Como, Fremantle, Perth Airport National Route 1 northern concurrency terminus; additional "bus-only" ramps to/from Perth; southbound entrance and Manning Road exit ramps merge, requiring weaving
5.65–
5.75
3.51–
3.57
Manning Road (State Route 26) – Manning Partial Y interchange: northbound entrance and southbound exit only; northbound entrance ramp connects to the freeway and Canning Highway; access to Canning Bridge railway station
Canning River 8.05–
8.71
5.00–
5.41
Mount Henry Bridge
Melville BrentwoodMount Pleasant boundary 8.96–
9.05
5.57–
5.62
Cranford Avenue – Brentwood, Mount Pleasant Northbound entrance and southbound exit only
Brentwood–BatemanBull Creek tripoint 9.41–
10.50
5.85–
6.52
Leach Highway (National Route 1 west / State Route 7) – Kewdale, Fremantle, Perth Airport National Route 1 southern concurrency terminus; modified Parclo interchange: access to Bull Creek railway station
Bateman–Bull Creek–LeemingMurdoch quadripoint 11.38–
12.52
7.07–
7.78
South Street – Canning Vale, Fremantle, St John of God Hospital, Murdoch Modified diamond interchange: northbound exit ramp looped; access to Murdoch railway station
MelvilleCockburn boundary Leeming–Murdoch–North Lake tripoint 13.11 8.15 Farrington Road – Leeming, North Lake, Jandakot Airport Northbound entrance and southbound exit only
Cockburn North Lake–Bibra LakeJandakot tripoint 13.83–
14.84
8.59–
9.22
Roe Highway (State Route 3) – Midland, Jandakot Airport, Perth Airport Trumpet interchange
Cockburn Central–Jandakot–South Lake tripoint 16.42–
17.38
10.20–
10.80
Berrigan Drive – Jandakot, South Lake, Jandakot Airport
Cockburn Central–Jandakot–AtwellSuccess quadripoint 18.62–
19.62
11.57–
12.19
Armadale Road (State Route 14) east / Beeliar Drive (State Route 14) west – Armadale, Yangebup, Jandakot Access to Cockburn Central railway station
Atwell–Success–Aubin GroveHammond Park quadripoint 21.90–
22.93
13.61–
14.25
Gibbs Road east / Russell Road west – Forrestdale, Henderson
CockburnKwinana boundary Aubin Grove–Hammond Park–MandogalupWandi quadripoint 24.47–
25.26
15.20–
15.70
Rowley Road – Oakford, Wattleup
Kwinana Mandogalup–Wandi–AnketellThe Spectacles quadripoint 27.82–
28.63
17.29–
17.79
Anketell Road – Oakford, Kwinana industrial area
Anketell–The Spectacles–BertramCasuarina quadripoint 30.22–
30.99
18.78–
19.26
Thomas Road (State Route 21) – Byford, Kwinana Town Centre, Rockingham
Bertram–Casuarina–Wellard tripoint 33.02–
33.69
20.52–
20.93
Mortimer Road – Kwinana Town Centre, Casuarina, Wellard
Rockingham Baldivis 37.68–
38.42
23.41–
23.87
Kulija Road west / Mundijong Road east (State Route 22) – Mundijong, Rockingham
41.55–
42.36
25.82–
26.32
Safety Bay Road (State Route 18) west / Folly Road east – Rockingham, Baldivis
46.69–
47.53
29.01–
29.53
Karnup Road – Karnup, Serpentine
KarnupKeralup boundary 54.04–
54.9
33.58–
34.1
Paganoni Road west / Vine Road east – Mandurah via Mandurah Road (National Route 1), Golden Bay Dogbone interchange; Vine Road is currently a no through road
Murray LakelandsParklands boundary 58.81–
59.92
36.54–
37.23
Mandjoogoordap Drive (State Route 19) west / Lymon Road east – Mandurah, Stake Hill Dogbone interchange
Stake Hill 63.17–
63.18
39.25–
39.26
Serpentine River bridge
63.58–
64.40
39.51–
40.02
Lakes Road – Mandurah, North Dandalup
Nambeelup 66.44–
66.52
41.28–
41.33
Nambeelup Brook bridge
Ravenswood 70.54–
71.55
43.83–
44.46
Forrest Highway (State Route 2) south / Pinjarra Road – Bunbury, Mandurah, Pinjarra Folded diamond interchange; freeway terminus: continues south as Forrest Highway

Great Eastern Highway[edit]

Major intersections


LGA[2][3][4] Location[2] km[1] mi Destinations[3][4] Notes
Victoria Park BurswoodVictoria Park boundary 0.00 0.00 Canning Highway south-west (National Route 1 / State Route 6) / The Causeway north-west (State Route 5) / Shepperton Road south-east (State Route 30) / Albany Highway south-east – Fremantle, Perth, Armadale Grade separated; no access into Albany Highway, nor north-westbound to north-eastbound; National Highway 94 western terminus; National Route 1 continues south-west and north-east
Victoria Park–Belmont boundary Burswood–LathlainRivervale tripoint 1.63–
1.86
1.01–
1.16
Graham Farmer Freeway (State Route 8) northwest / Orrong Road (State Route 8) southeast – Perth, Joondalup, Welshpool Diamond interchange with additional south-westbound to north-westbound loop ramp
Belmont AscotBelmont boundary 4.35 2.70 Stoneham Street (State Route 55) north / Belgravia Street (State Route 55) southeast – Bayswater, Kewdale
Ascot–Redcliffe boundary 6.34–
6.62
3.94–
4.11
Tonkin Highway northbound ramps (State Route 4) – Morley Diamond interchange with additional eastbound to southbound loop ramp
Tonkin Highway southbound ramps (State Route 4) / Brearley Avenue southeast – Armadale, Perth Airport
Swan South Guildford 8.44 5.24 Great Eastern Highway Bypass (National Highway 94) east to Roe Highway – Midland, Armadale, Fremantle T junction; National Highway 94 eastern concurrency terminus; eastbound traffic turns north via slip road; westbound traffic turns west
10.02 6.23 Kalamunda Road – Kalamunda
Helena River 10.48–
10.57
6.51–
6.57
Bridge over river
Swan Guildford 10.57 6.57 Eastbound traffic continues north on Johnson Street, westbound traffic continues south on Great Eastern Highway
11.26 7.00 James Street (State Route 51) west – Bassendean, Midland T junction; State Route 51 western concurrency terminus; eastbound traffic turns east onto James Street, westbound traffic turns south onto Johnson Street
11.52 7.16 Meadow Street (State Route 52) to West Swan Road – Ellenbrook, Swan Valley
12.25 7.61 Eastbound traffic continues north on East Street, westbound traffic continues west on James Street
12.93 8.03 Terrace Road (Tourist Drive 203) west – Guildford Tourist Drive 203 western concurrency terminus; eastbound traffic turns north-east onto Great Eastern Highway, westbound traffic turns south onto East Street
WoodbridgeMidland boundary 14.29 8.88 Morrison Road (National Route 1 north / Tourist Drive 203 north) – Midland, Middle Swan, Swan District Hospital National Route 1 and Tourist Drive 203 eastern concurrency termini
Midland 15.97 9.92 Lloyd Street – Midland, Middle Swan
Swan–Mundaring boundary Midvale 17.18–
17.38
10.68–
10.80
Roe Highway (National Highway 94 south / National Highway 95 north / State Route 3) – to Great Northern Highway, Perth, Kewdale, Armadale Modified diamond interchange (Roe Highway free flowing) with additional northbound to eastbound loop ramp; route transition: State Route 51 eastern terminus; National Highway 94 continues east
Mundaring Mundaring 31.20 19.39 Mundaring Weir Road (Tourist Drive 207) south / Stoneville Road north – Mundaring Weir,Stoneville, Gidgegannup
Sawyers Valley 34.77 21.61 Sawyers Road – Mount Helena
41.33 25.68 Old Northam Road – Chidlow
BeechinaThe Lakes boundary 47.26 29.37 Great Southern Highway – York
Beechina–Wooroloo boundary 52.68 32.73 Old Northam Road – Wooroloo
Northam CopelyWundowie boundary 62.05 38.56 Hawke Avenue north – Wundowie
Clackline 77.06 47.88 Spencers Brook Road to Clackline–Toodyay Road – Spencers Brook, Muresk, Toodyay
Burlong 89.14 55.39 Mitchell Avenue – Northam
92.30 57.35 Northam–Toodyay Road (State Route 120) west / Newcastle east (State Route 120) south – Northam, Toodyay Grade separated interchange with a single ramp
Avon River 93.01–
93.25
57.79–
57.94
Bridge over river
Northam Irishtown 94.89 58.96 Irishtown Road – Northam, Bejoording Grade separated interchange with a single ramp
Irishtown–Malabaine boundary 96.61 60.03 Northam–Pithara Road (State Route 115) – Northam, Goomalling Grade separated interchange with a single ramp
Malabaine 100.84 62.66 Yilgarn Avenue – Northam
Cunderdin Meckering 129.84 80.68 Dunlop Street to Goomalling–Meckering Road north-west / to Dowerin–Meckering Road north-east – Goomalling, Dowerin
Cunderdin 152.51 94.77 Baxter Road to Cunderdin–Wyalkatchem Road – Wyalkatchem
153.50 95.38 Cubbine Street to Cunderdin–Quairading Road – Quairading
Tammin Tammin 176.77 109.84 Station Road to Tammin–Wyalkatchem Road north / to Goldfields Road south – Wyalkatchem, York
Kellerberrin Kellerberrin 199.58–
200.27
124.01–
124.44
Bencubbin–Kellerberrin Road north via West Crossing Road / East Crossing Road – Trayning, Bencubbin Pair of T junctions
199.67 124.07 Scott Road south to Kellerberrin–Yoting Road – Yoting, York T junction
Doodlakine 215.6 134.0 Doodlakine-Bruce Rock Road – Doodlakine
Merredin Merredin 256.78 159.56 Barrack Street to Merredin–Nungarin Road – Nungarin, Wyalkatchem
257.07 159.74 South Avenue to Bruce Rock Merredin Road – Bruce Rock
259.88 161.48 Merredin–Narembeen Road – Narembeen, Muntadgin, Hyden
Westonia Walgoolan 291.55 181.16 Warralakin Road – Warralakin
Carrabin 299.68 186.21 Carrabin South Road / Westonia Road north – Westonia
Yilgarn Southern Cross 366.08 227.47 Antares Street northwest to Bullfinch Road / Marvel Loch Road southeast – Bullfinch, Marvel Loch
Coolgardie Coolgardie 554.43 344.51 Coolgardie–Esperance Highway (National Highway 94) – Norseman, Esperance Route transition: National Highway 94 continues west and south; Alternate National Route 94 western terminus
Kalgoorlie-Boulder West KalgoorlieYilkari boundary 586.17 364.23 Anzac Drive south-east / West Kalgoorlie Road north-west – South Boulder, West Kalgoorlie
Somerville 588.3 365.6 Gatacre Drive – Boulder, Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport
589.3 366.2 Eastbound traffic continues east on Hannan Street, westbound traffic continues west on Great Eastern Highway
Kalgoorlie 592.29 368.03 Maritana Street north / Boulder Road south – Hannans, Boulder
Kalgoorlie–Williamstown boundary 592.82 368.36 Goldfields Highway (Alternate National Route 94 south) – Menzies, Leonora, Kambalda Eastern highway terminus; Alternate National Route 94 continues south
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Monaro Highway[edit]

Junctions


State/Territory LGA/District Location[5][6][7] km[8] mi Destinations[8][5][6][7] Notes[8]
Victoria Shire of East Gippsland Cann River 0.0 0.0 Princes Highway (A1, 6510) east/west – Eden (east), and Orbost, Melbourne (west) Monaro Highway terminus
South end of B23
New South Wales Bombala Shire Bombala 83.7 52.0 Delegate Road (MR93) west – Delegate T-intersection: northbound traffic turns east, southbound traffic turns south
86.0 53.4 Maybe Street (MR91) northeast – Cathcart (via Cathcart Road)
Forbes Street southeast – Forbes
Four-way intersection: northbound traffic turns northwest, southbound traffic turns southwest
86.3 53.6 Mahratta Street southwest T-intersection: northbound traffic turns northeast, southbound traffic turns southeast
Bibbenluke 98.6 61.3 Black Lake Road (MR563) east – Bibbenluke, Cathcart, Pambula
Ando 106.3 66.1 The Snowy River Way (MR394) west – Dalgety, Berridale, Jindabyne
Cooma-Monaro Shire Steeple Flat 125.0 77.7 Old Bombala Road west Former Monaro Highway alignment
127.2 79.0 Snowy Mountains Highway (B72, HW4) east – Bega T-intersection: northbound traffic turns west, southbound traffic turns east
South end of B23/B72 duplex
Nimmitabel 135.2 84.0 Old Bombala Road west Former Monaro Highway alignment
137.1 85.2 Clarke Street east – Kybeyan (via Old Bega Road) Former Snowy Mountains Highway alignment
Cooma 172.3 107.1 Polo Flat Road (RR7624) northeast
173.5 107.8 Sharp Street (B72, HW4) west – Tumut, Jindabyne (via Snowy Mountains Highway)
Bombala Street north
Four-way roundabout: northbound traffic turns east, southbound traffic turns west
North end of B23/B72 duplex
174.7 108.6 Yareen Road (RR7625) east – Numeralla
177.3 110.2 Polo Flat Road (RR7624) south – Polo Flat
Australian Capital Territory Tuggeranong TheodoreCalwellRichardson triple point 268.1 166.6 Tharwa Drive southwest – Tharwa
Johnson Drive west – Tuggeranong Town Centre, Calwell
Roundabout with bypass lanes: northbound traffic passes through roundabout, southbound traffic may enter. Connections provided by secondary roundabout.
Gilmore 273.4 169.9 Isabella Drive west – Tuggeranong Roundabout with bypass lanes: northbound traffic passes through roundabout, southbound traffic may enter
Jerrabomberra Hume 273.4 169.9 Mugga Lane northwest
275.5 171.2 Lanyon Drive northeast – Hume, Jerrabomberra, Queanbeyan, Googong, Goulburn, and Sydney (Alternate Route)
Jerrabomberra–Canberra Central boundary SymonstonNarrabundah boundary 280.4 174.2 Hindmarsh Drive (B23 east only) east/west – Queanbeyan (east), and Symonston, Woden (west) Diamond interchange
North end of B23, continues on Hindmarsh Drive
SymonstonNarrabundahFyshwick triple point 281.6 175.0 Canberra Avenue (B23) east/west – Fyshwick (east), and South Canberra, City (west) Half diamond interchange: no onramp for northbound traffic, no offramp for southbound traffic
Canberra Central Fyshwick 282.6 175.6 Newcastle Street east – Fyshwick
Dairy Road west
Diamond interchange
Canberra Central–Majura boundary FyshwickCampbellPialligo triple point 285.1 177.2 Pialligo Avenue east – Queanbeyan, Canberra Airport
Morshead Drive north/west – North Canberra, Gungahlin, Sydney (north), and City, Yass (west)
Y-junction: road splits into separate bidirectional carriageways to two terminii.

Distance measured to eastern terminus. Total distance to western terminus: 285.0 kilometres (177.1 mi)

Monaro Highway terminus
All distances measured from the highway terminus at Cann River, Victoria.
Listing includes: Terminii, declared roads, former alignments, grade separated interchanges, and intersections where a turn is required to remain on the highway.

Snowy Mountains Highway[edit]

Junction list


LGA Location km mi Destinations Notes
Bega Valley Shire Stony Creek 0.0 0.0 Princes Highway (A1, HW1) north/south – Batemans Bay (north), and Bega (south) East end of B72 route
Highway terminus
Bemboka 26.4 16.4 Mogilla Road (RR7623) south - Candelo Road also listed in schedule as "Wolumla - Bemboka Road"
46.6 29.0 Old Bega Road north Former alignment
Cooma-Monaro Shire Steeple Flat 58.5 36.4 Monaro Highway (B23/B72 (B72 northwest only), HW19) northwest/southwest – Cooma (northwest), and Bombala (southwest) Highway section terminus

South end of B23/B72 duplex

T-intersection
Gap in highway
Cooma-Monaro Shire Cooma 104.8 65.1 Bombala Street (B23/B72, HW19) south – Bega, Bombala

Sharp Street (B23, HW19) east – Canberra

Bombala Street north
Highway section terminus

North end of B23/B72 duplex

Four way roundabout
Snowy River Shire Pine Valley 111.9 69.5 Kosciuszko Road (MR286) southwest – Jindabyne Westbound traffic turns northwest, eastbound traffic turns northeast
Rhine Falls 132.4 82.3 Middlingbank Road (MR585) southwest – Middlingbank, Berridale
Snowy River Shire
Tumut Shire boundary
Kosciuszko National Park
Yarrangobilly boundary
209.2 130.0 Yarrangobilly Caves Exit Road (MR324) west One way road – Exit only
Tumut Shire Yarrangobilly 215.1 133.7 Yarrangobilly Caves Entry Road (MR324) south – Yarrangobilly Caves One way road – Entry only
Tumut 286.2 177.8 Wee Jasper Road (MR278) northeast – Wee Jasper, Lacmalac, Tumut Airport
286.9 178.3 Gocup Road (MR279) north – Gundagai
Capper Street (south)
Gilmore 293.5 182.4 Batlow Road (MR85) south – Batlow, Tumbarumba
Gilmore Mill Road north
Adelong 305.4 189.8 Tumut Street (MR280) east – Batlow, Tumbarumba (both via Wondalga Road) Westbound traffic turns west, eastbound traffic turns north
Gundagai Shire MundarloMount Adrah boundary 333.0 206.9 Hume Highway (M31, HW2) east/west – Gundagai (east), and Albury, Wagga Wagga (west) Partial Y-interchange, no northbound to eastbound ramp (access to eastbound carriageway provided by U-turn bay on Hume Highway).

West end of B72 route

Highway Terminus
Total length without including gap in the highway roadway is approximately 287 km (178 mi).
Listing includes: Terminii, declared roads, former alignments, and intersections where a turn is required to remain on the highway, and minor roads at these intersections.

References

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