ढाँचा:Infobox street

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{{Infobox street
| name                    =
| native_name             =
| marker_image            =
| image                   =
| caption                 =
| former_names            =
| postal_code             =
| addresses               =
| length_m                =
| length_ft               =
| length_mi               =
| length_km               =
| length_ref              =
| width                   =
| location                =
| client                  =
| maint                   =
| coordinates             =
| direction_a             =
| terminus_a              =
| direction_b             =
| terminus_b              =
| junction                =
| commissioning_date      =
| construction_start_date =
| completion_date         =
| inauguration_date       =
| demolition_date         =
| north                   =
| south                   =
| east                    =
| west                    =


Route informationसम्पादन

  • name: street name to be displayed.
  • marker_image: shield image to be displayed. Requires full wiki markup.
  • maint: the agency that maintains the street.
  • alternate_name: Use in situations where the entire route has another name.
  • image: image name of a map for the route, without the File: namespace prefix, which the template will place into an image link for you.
    • caption: an optional parameter with text to display along with the image.
  • length_ft or length_m: length of the route in feet (in countries where the imperial system is used) or metres (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.
  • 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 instead of length_ft or length_m where the street is longer.
    • length_ref, if defined, appears after the first length. Use a citation for the length or {{citation needed}} 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.

Major intersectionsसम्पादन

  • direction_a: the first end of the street being covered. Consult the local wikiproject for any guidance on which to use first. This could be the south or western end, but local guidance may reverse that.
  • terminus_a: this is where the route begins, see the local wikiproject for guideance.
  • junction: a list of major junctions. Each WikiProject has different guidelines for major junctions, so consult the relevant WikiProject for more details.
  • direction_b: The opposite of "direction_a"
  • terminus_b: where the route ends, in accordance with the guidelines set forth with terminus_a


  • commissioning_date: this is the date the route was commissioned.
  • construction_start_date: this is the date that construstion was started on the route.
  • completion_date: this is the date that construstion was completed on the route; use {{Start date}} where possible.
  • inauguration_date: this is the date that the route was opened.
  • demolition_date: date the route was decommissioned


  • coordinates: use {{Coord}}


The HTML mark up produced by this template includes an ADR microformat, which makes postal addresses (or their component parts, such as regions, postal codes or country-names) parsable by computers, either acting automatically to catalogue articles across Wikipedia, or via a browser tool operated by a person, to (for example) add the subject to an address book. For more information about the use of microformats on Wikipedia, please see the microformat project.

ADR uses HTML classes including:

  • adr
  • country-name
  • extended-address
  • locality
  • postal-code
  • region
  • street-address

Please do not rename or remove these classes.

See alsoसम्पादन

  • {{infobox road}} – An infobox for use on articles about roads.