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Mga koordinado{{{coord}}}
Mga lansangan sa
Mga dangkal{{{spans}}}
Mga landas{{{lanes}}}
Itinayo{{{const}}} ng {{{contractor}}}
Pinangangasiwaan ng{{{maint}}}
{{Infobox road junction
|opened=  <!--{{Start date|YYYY|MM|DD}} -->


Parameter Explanation
name REQUIRED – Insert the full common name of junction
image Insert a relevant image for the junction. Please insert maps in the map parameter below.
image_caption Insert image caption, which should describe the type of image used.
image_alt Insert image alt text, per WP:ALT.
other_names Insert alternative common names for the junction.
location REQUIRED – Insert the physical location of the junction.
coord Insert the geographic coordinates of the junction, using {{coord}}.
roads REQUIRED – Insert the names of the roads meeting at the junction. Use {{jct}} or a similar template for highways.
type REQUIRED – Insert type of junction. (see Category:Road junction types)
spans Insert the number of bridge spans in the junction.
lanes Insert the number of lanes in the junction
const Insert the date(s) in which the junction was constructed.
contractor Insert the contractor or builder of the junction. This displays after the construction dates.
opened Insert the date that the junction opened to traffic, using {{Start date}}
height Insert the maximum height of the junction (interchanges only) in both feet and meters. Use {{convert}} if necessary.
width Insert the maximum width of the junction in both feet and meters. Use {{convert}} if necessary.
maint Insert name of organization or agency that maintains the junction.
tolls If there are toll payments required for the interchange, indicate here how they are paid. This could include toll tag/transponder or cash options.
map Insert a relevant map for the junction.
map_alt Insert relevant alternate text for the junction.
Color-related parameters

These parameters are related to {{infobox road}} and that template's handling of the color for the header bars in the infobox.
country/state/province This is either the ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 code of the country that the route is in from this list or the state or province. See the infobox road documentation for more details
road_type The type of the road from {{infobox road}}, if necessary for a location to switch the color for a specific type of roadway.
header_type The header type for the interchange, same as in {{infobox road}}


High Five Interchange
High Five Interchange.jpg
The High Five under construction
Dallas, Texas
Mga koordinado32°55′27″N 96°45′49″W / 32.92417°N 96.76361°W / 32.92417; -96.76361Mga koordinado: 32°55′27″N 96°45′49″W / 32.92417°N 96.76361°W / 32.92417; -96.76361
Mga lansangan sa
US 75 (Central Expressway)
I-635 (LBJ Freeway)
UriFive-level stack interchange
Itinayo2002–2005 ng Zachry Construction Corporation
NabuksanDisyembre 2005 (2005-12)
120 ft (37 m)
Pinangangasiwaan ngthe Texas Department of Transportation
{{Infobox road junction
|name= High Five Interchange
|maint= the [[Texas Department of Transportation]]
|image= High Five Interchange.jpg
|image_caption= The High Five under construction
|location= [[Dallas, Texas]]
|coord= {{Coord|32|55|27|N|96|45|49|W|display=title,inline|type:landmark}}
|roads= {{jct|state=TX|US|75|name1=[[Central Expressway (Dallas)|Central Expressway]]}}<br/>{{jct|state=TX|I|635|name1=LBJ Freeway}}
|type= Five-level [[stack interchange]]
|const= 2002–2005
|contractor=[[Zachry Construction Corporation]]
|opened= {{start date|2005|12}}
|height= {{convert|120|ft|m|abbr=on}}


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  • "county-name"
  • "fn"
  • "label"
  • "locality"
  • "nickname"
  • "note"
  • "org"
  • "region"
  • "street-address"
  • "vcard"

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  • "geo"
  • "latitude"
  • "longitude"

Please do not rename or remove these classes.

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