Wikipedia:WikiProject Canada Roads/Saskatchewan/Template:Saskatchewan Highways

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Highway 2 shield

Highway 2
Segments: Veterans Memorial Highway / CanAm Highway
Route information
Length: 809 km[1] (503 mi)
Major junctions
South end: MT 24 at U.S.-Canadian border at Opheim, Montana - Port of West Poplar River, Saskatchewan
 

Hwy 1
Hwy 11
Hwy 16
Hwy 5
Hwy 41
Hwy 3

Hwy 55
North end: Hwy 102 in La Ronge
Location
Rural
municipalities:
Old Post, Poplar Valley, Willow Bunch, Stonehenge, Lake of the Rivers, Sutton, Lake Johnston, Terrell, Baildon, Moose Jaw, Marquis, Dufferin, Sarnia, Big Arm, Wood Creek, Wood Creek, Wood River, Morris, Colonsay, Bayne, Hoodoo, Fish Creek, Hoodoo, St. Louis, Prince Albert, Buckland, Paddockwood, Lakeland , Northern Administration District
Major cities: Moose Jaw, Prince Albert
Highway system

Provincial highways in Saskatchewan

Hwy 1 Hwy 3

Lead paragraph WP Lead

  • Context - Highway # designates major roads intended for travel by the public between important destinations, such as cities, or communities. Saskatchewan's main roadways are located in the central/southern geographical land area of rolling prairie and grass land in a western Canadian prairie province.
  • Characterization - Notable unique characteristics and characteristics commonly associated with it. Asphalt concrete, Bitumen, Paved, Gravel road, Dirt road, truck route, bridges, south-north, west-east, freeway, road, Collector road Dual carriageway Divided Highway Range road Highway, Length, Date Formed, Direction; From-To, major cities/communities, road surface...
  • Explanation - briefly introduce the contents which may use the main subsections.
  • Compare and contrast - Comparison to other current or defunct transportation methods of the highway path such as roadways, railways, red river cart trail, waterways of transportation of use in the province. The tundra or Canadian Shield area: fly in roadways, and ice highways.
  • Criticism - road construction and soil type and highway repair, upgrades, future expansions or divisions, deer crossings, police patrol and highway markings, speed limits, ditch construction or railings, environmental or weather hazards.


Communities[edit]

NEWDO NOT USE: put the communities of the route into the travel route.

Communities
{|class="infobox" width="230px"
!style="background: #ccf;"|<big>Communities</big>
|-
|
*[[Lafleche, Saskatchewan|Lafleche]] 
*[[Gravelbourg, Saskatchewan|Gravelbourg]]
*[[Shamrock, Saskatchewan]]
*[[Chaplin, Saskatchewan|Chaplin]]
|}

A paragraph in prose about the communities, towns, cities, villages along the route

Rural municipalities[edit]

new DO NOT USE. Add any

[[Rural Municipality|rural municipality (RM)]])

into the prose of the travel route

List these in the infobox in abbreviated format...don't use a separate table...in the infobox use either RM name or RM number.

Deprecated: A paragraph in prose of rural municipalities that the route enters.

History[edit]

Construction date, previous mode of travel between the communities.

Major Attractions[edit]

Major attractions
  • National Historic Site, Louis Pierre Gravel
  • Thomson Lake Regional Park
  • Notukeu Creek
  • Shamrock Regional Park
  • Chaplin Lake
  • Provincial Historic Site Cripple Creek

A paragraph in prose citing the major attractions such as lakes, big things, statues, historical markers, beaches, historical sites and buildings, national, regional and provincial parks.

  • Physical geography that the highway travels through (area, unique features) See Geography of Saskatchewan for physiographic region
  • Major Parks Check out {{Saskatchewan parks}} and add neighboring parks
  • Transportation - that the highway assists, or has replaced such as rail, waterway, historic, current

Travel route[edit]

For route from west to east or south to north

The current terminology for distances in Canada is the metric system. In North America, the US still uses the Imperial system and mileages. The roads were surveyed according to townships on the 6 mile square.

  • There is the handy {{Template:Convert}} template that does the conversions and the Manual of Style measurements properly.
    • {{Template:Convert}}
      • miles to kilometres:
      • {{convert|100|mi|km}}
      • kilometres to miles:
      • {{convert|100|km|mi}}
<ref name="Statistics"/>

<ref name="Class"/>

<ref name="AreaTransportation"/>

<ref name="HwyVolume"/>

<ref name="NationalHwySystem"/>

<ref name="Weight"/>

<ref name="ConstructionProjects"/>

<ref name="Surface type"/>

<ref name="Class">{{cite web
| url         = http://www.highways.gov.sk.ca/adx/aspx/adxGetMedia.aspx?DocID=227,81,1,Documents&MediaID=1500&Filename=2007-08+Road+Classification.pdf
| title       = 2007-08 Road Classification Map 2007-08 Road Classification.pdf  ( 424.5 KB )
| accessdate  = 2009-02-08
| date        = 2007
| format      =Have to rename file as a pdf to open and view
| work        =Highways and Infrastructure  About Highways/Saskatchewan Maps
| publisher   = Saskatchewan Government
}}</ref>

<ref name="AreaTransportation">{{cite web
| url         =http://www.highways.gov.sk.ca/adx/aspx/adxGetMedia.aspx?DocID=227,81,1,Documents&MediaID=1499&Filename=2007-2008+ATPC.pdf
| title       =2007-08 Area Transportation Map 2007-2008 ATPC.pdf  ( 280.9 KB )
| accessdate  = 2009-02-08
| date        = 2007
| format      =Have to rename file as a pdf to open and view
| work        =Highways and Infrastructure  About Highways/Saskatchewan Maps
| publisher   = Saskatchewan Government
}}</ref>

<ref name="HwyVolume">{{cite web
| url         =http://www.highways.gov.sk.ca/adx/aspx/adxGetMedia.aspx?DocID=227,81,1,Documents&MediaID=1386&Filename=trafficvolume-2007.pdf
| title       =Highway Traffic Volume Map trafficvolume-2007.pdf  ( 1.5 MB )
| accessdate  = 2009-02-08
| date        = 2007
| format      =Have to rename file as a pdf to open and view
| work        =Highways and Infrastructure  About Highways/Saskatchewan Maps
| publisher   = Saskatchewan Government
}}</ref>

<ref name="NationalHwySystem">{{cite web
| url         =http://www.highways.gov.sk.ca/adx/aspx/adxGetMedia.aspx?DocID=227,81,1,Documents&MediaID=1501&Filename=2007-08+NHS.pdf
| title       =2007-08 National Highway System 2007-08 NHS.pdf  ( 339.5 KB )
| accessdate  = 2009-02-08
| date        = 2007
| format      =DHT internet maps (Have to rename file as a pdf to open and view)
| work        =Highways and Infrastructure  About Highways/Saskatchewan Maps
| publisher   = Saskatchewan Government
}}</ref>

<ref name="Weight">{{cite web
| url         =http://www.highways.gov.sk.ca/adx/aspx/adxGetMedia.aspx?DocID=227,81,1,Documents&MediaID=1502&Filename=2007-08+weight+map.pdf
| title       =2007-08 Weight Classification Map 2007-08 weight map.pdf  ( 478.5 KB )
| date        = 2007
| format      =Have to rename file as a pdf to open and view
| work        =Highways and Infrastructure  About Highways/Saskatchewan Maps
| publisher   = Saskatchewan Government
}}</ref>

<ref name="ConstructionProjects">{{cite web
| url         =http://www.highways.gov.sk.ca/adx/aspx/adxGetMedia.aspx?DocID=227,81,1,Documents&MediaID=1387&Filename=2008-09+major+project+map+final+version.pdf
| title       =2008-09 Highway Construction and Major Projects 2008-09 major project map final version.pdf  ( 695 KB )
| date        = 2007
| format      =Have to rename file as a pdf to open and view
| work        =Highways and Infrastructure  About Highways/Saskatchewan Maps
| publisher   = Saskatchewan Government
}}</ref>

[[Asphalt concrete|asphalt concrete (AS)]] 


<ref name="Surface type">{{cite web
|last=Lau
|first=Tony
| url         =http://www.highways.gov.sk.ca/adx/aspx/adxGetMedia.aspx?DocID=227,81,1,Documents&MediaID=1461&Filename=surface.pdf
| title       =2007-08 Saskatchewan Highway Surface Type surface.pdf  ( 302 KB )
| date        = 2007-08
| format      =DHT internet map (Have to rename file as a pdf to open and view)
| work        =Highways and Infrastructure  About Highways/Saskatchewan Maps
| publisher   = Saskatchewan Government
}}</ref>


<ref name="ExplainSKRoads">{{cite web
| last= Lazic
| first = Zvjezdan  
| url         =http://www.tac-atc.ca/english/pdf/conf2003/lazic1.pdf
| title       =From Road Condition Data Collection to Effective
Maintenance Decision Making:
| date        = 2003
| format      =pdf
| work        =Saskatchewan Highways and Transportation (SHT)
| publisher   = Saskatchewan Government
}}</ref>

[2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9]

[10]

List/Junctions/Major Intersections/Placenames[edit]

Intersections[edit]

For route from west to east or south to north Use this template for ease of tabular formation. For example Saskatchewan Highway 33. Be sure to change county to county_special as well as location to location_special Template:Jctint which is a template for generating a junction list for a route article. Use the modified template SKinttop to achieve headings of Rural municipality and kilometer rather than mile.

{{SKinttop|length_ref=<ref name="Micro">{{cite map
  |publisher =  Microsoft Corporation Redmond Washington
  |title = Microsoft Streets and Tips
  |url = 
  |edition = 2004
  |section = 
  |accessdate = 2008-02-10}}</ref>}}
{{Jctint
|county_special  
|cspan=
|location_special=
|lspan=
|type=
|mile=
|road=
|notes=
}}
{{Jctbtm}}

[1]

Transportation corridor[edit]

Collector-express sections[edit]

Traffic cameras[edit]

Facts and Figures[edit]

Trivia[edit]

Handling trivia

Volume information[edit]

Control cities[edit]

Exit list[edit]

Service centres[edit]

Paragraph to cite- weigh scales, gas stations, grain elevators, RV dump stations, stop over areas

Lane configuration[edit]

paragraph about the lanes from west to east or south to north

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Microsoft Streets and Tips (Map) (2004 ed.). Microsoft Corporation Redmond Washington. 
  2. ^ Lau, Tony (2007). "2007-08 Road Classification Map 2007-08 Road Classification.pdf ( 424.5 KB )" (Have to rename file as a pdf to open and view). Highways and Infrastructure About Highways/Saskatchewan Maps. Saskatchewan Government. Retrieved 2009-02-08. 
  3. ^ "2007-08 Area Transportation Map 2007-2008 ATPC.pdf ( 280.9 KB )" (Have to rename file as a pdf to open and view). Highways and Infrastructure About Highways/Saskatchewan Maps. Saskatchewan Government. 2007. Retrieved 2009-02-08. 
  4. ^ "Highway Traffic Volume Map trafficvolume-2007.pdf ( 1.5 MB )" (Have to rename file as a pdf to open and view). Highways and Infrastructure About Highways/Saskatchewan Maps. Saskatchewan Government. 2007. Retrieved 2009-02-08. 
  5. ^ "2007-08 National Highway System 2007-08 NHS.pdf ( 339.5 KB )" (Have to rename file as a pdf to open and view). Highways and Infrastructure About Highways/Saskatchewan Maps. Saskatchewan Government. 2007. Retrieved 2009-02-08. 
  6. ^ "2007-08 Weight Classification Map 2007-08 weight map.pdf ( 478.5 KB )" (Have to rename file as a pdf to open and view). Highways and Infrastructure About Highways/Saskatchewan Maps. Saskatchewan Government. 2007. 
  7. ^ "2008-09 Highway Construction and Major Projects 2008-09 major project map final version.pdf ( 695 KB )" (Have to rename file as a pdf to open and view). Highways and Infrastructure About Highways/Saskatchewan Maps. Saskatchewan Government. 2007. 
  8. ^ "2007-08 Saskatchewan Highway Surface Type surface.pdf ( 302 KB )" (Have to rename file as a pdf to open and view). Highways and Infrastructure About Highways/Saskatchewan Maps. Saskatchewan Government. 2007. 
  9. ^ Lazic, Zvjezdan (2003). "From Road Condition Data Collection to Effective Maintenance Decision Making:" (pdf). Saskatchewan Highways and Transportation (SHT). Saskatchewan Government.  line feed character in |title= at position 49 (help)
  10. ^ "Community Profiles from the 2006 Census,". Statistics Canada and Sport. Government of Canada. 2009. Retrieved 2009-02-09.  line feed character in |work= at position 18 (help)
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Cite your sources via Citation Templates in the article itself following the new fact or quotation added.

<ref name="NameWeb">{{cite web
  | last = 
  | first = 
  | authorlink = 
  | coauthors = 
  | title = 
  | work = 
  | publisher = 
  | date = 
  | url = 
  | format = 
  | doi = 
  | accessdate =2008-02-14 }}</ref>

To use this same web site again just use this code...

<ref name="NameWeb"/>

See also[edit]

After article is created by adding this substitution template, click the link at the bottom of the page called What links here If these Wikipedia article are already a part of the main Saskatchewan Highway article, this is best, otherwise add them here in alphabetical order. List related internal (Wikipedia) articles in alphabetical order. Common nouns are listed first. Proper nouns follow.

External links[edit]

Any handy sources of information about the Saskatchewan Highway which have not already been cited as inline references should be listed here. Additional WWW, map, atlas information, these are helpful links to start with in alphabetical order.


Add also appropriate templates and categories also check out WikiProject Saskatchewan Roads for the appropriate talk page banners and ratings to be added.

For instance...

{{Saskatchewan Provincial Highways}} {{Canada-road-stub}}


Category:Saskatchewan provincial highways


Documentation[view] [edit] [history] [purge]

Usage[edit]

The following is a sample layout Substitution template for Saskatchewan Highway articles. It may be subst'd into a new article. Please modify this template to suit Saskatchewan Highway format guidelines.

Do not edit this template page directly if you just want to create a new Highway # article.

See also: WikiProject Saskatchewan Roads

See also[edit]