Wikipedia:WikiProject U.S. Roads/Auto trails
|A task force of the U.S. Roads WikiProject|
The Auto Trails task force coordinates all articles about auto trails: named highways that were promoted by non-government associations. This includes those that were designated after the 1920s, when routes were numbered, such as the Ocean Highway (1936).
- 1 Scope and goals
- 2 Assessment
- 3 Recognized content
- 4 Resources
- 5 Structure
- 6 Templates
- 7 WikiProject announcements and open tasks
Scope and goalsEdit
How you can helpEdit
|To-do list for Wikipedia:WikiProject U.S. Roads/Auto trails:|
See WP:USRD/A for more details on how to assess articles for this task force.
|U.S. auto trail articles by quality and importance|
|WikiWork factors (?)||ω = 247||Ω = 4.12|
Main page featured articlesEdit
- Utah State Route 128 (2009-04-06)
- Interstate 15 in Arizona (2010-09-13)
- Interstate 80 Business (West Wendover, Nevada–Wendover, Utah) (2013-02-11)
- U.S. Route 40 Alternate (Keysers Ridge–Cumberland, Maryland) (2014-04-28)
- U.S. Route 50 in Nevada (2018-02-08)
Did you know? articlesEdit
Presently talk:auto trail has several lists and a number of links to maps.
- American Automobile Association (1922). Highways Green Book (3rd ed.). Washington, DC: American Automobile Association. pp. 418–20.
- United States Touring Map (Map). Automobile Club of America and National Highways Association. 1924.
- Midget Map of the Transcontinental Trails of the United States (Map). Clason Map Company. 1923.
- Touring Atlas of the United States (Map). Clason Map Company. 1925.
- Auto Road Atlas (Map). Rand McNally. 1926.
Articles should follow WP:USRD/STDS for standards and structure.