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|highway = trunk|
- name=名稱 - 道路名稱。例如：「西部濱海快速道路」、「 West Coast Expressway」
- maxspeed=數字 - 道路法定最高限速（公里每小時）。例如：「90」
- minspeed=數字 - 表示行駛道路必須達到的最低限速
- ref=編制名稱 - 道路的編制號碼，請參見該國道路的識別系統。例如「61」
- loc_name=名稱 - 非官方或地方道路名稱
- maxweight=數字 - 最大載重限制（噸）。例如「5.5」
- surface=* - 道路路面材質說明。例如「asphalt（柏油）」
- width=數字 或 est_width=數字 - 道路寬度（公尺）。例如「45」
- lanes=數字 - 道路可使用的車道數，常為「4」或「6」
- motorroad=* 如果該道路有限制機動車輛的交通規範
- toll:N3=yes - 最大允許載重大於12公噸的卡車需收取通行費
- destination=* 表示道路通往的目的地。請考慮路徑的方向，並使用寫在屬於trunk_link道路指示標誌上的城市名稱：例如「彰化」（關於trunk_link，請參見highway=motorway_link）
- highway=trunk_link - 通往或離開快速道路的聯絡道路（滑行道／坡道）。
- bridge=yes + layer=1 - 如果快速道路橫越街道或水路。
- tunnel=yes + layer=-1 - 如果快速道路穿越街道或水路下方。
|Australia||National highways; state strategic road network.
Connecting major population centres. For example Bruce Highway, Pacific Highway.
|Australian Roads Tagging|
|Austria||Autostraße Note the small difference to the Motorcars Only traffic sign in Germany.||WikiProject Austria/Schnellstraßen|
|Belgium||Autoweg / Expressweg / Route express|
|Brazil||Rodovias duplicadas (divided highways), vias expressas urbanas (urban expressways)|
|Bulgaria||Скоростен път с поне две ленти във всяка посока. Ограничението на скоростта не трябва да е по-малко от стандартното (50 км/ч за населени места, 90 км/ч извън тях).|
|China||国道(not superceded by expressways)/城市快速道路|
|Croatia||Expressways (Brza cesta) and motorroads (cesta za promet motornih vozila) WikiProject Croatia/Ceste|
|Czech Republic||Silnice pro motorová vozidla: and other major 4-lanes highways mainly in urban areas|
|Finland||Valtatiet/National Highways||Fi:Map Features|
|France||Rocade, voie rapide ou voie express. Voie ayant les caractéristiques d'une autoroute. En général, une 2x2 voies avec séparation centrale.
Par défaut : lanes="2", maxspeed="110" (sauf périph. Paris: 80)
+ ref="Nxx" ou "Dxx"
+ lanes="x" (si voies <> 2)
|Germany||For Motorway Like Roads (Autobahnähnliche Straße collq. Schnellstraße) without crossings. The carriageways are separated physically or by road markings. Motorway-like junctions with exit signs indicate a trunk road. Neither bound to an administrative class like nor to the traffic rule Kraftfahrstraße (motorroad=yes) indicated by this sign . Note the very similar Austrian sign which indeed indicates a road class.||DE:Tag:highway=trunk|
|Greece||1st-tier National Roads||WikiProject Greece § Road Network|
|Hong Kong||Roads with route number, but not expressways or tunnels||Zh-hant:Hong Kong tagging#街道分類 Classifications of streets|
|Indonesia||National Roads. Different by island.|
|Iran||The Expressways according to the definition of Iranian National Standardization Organization.|
|Ireland||National Primary Routes, regardless of build quality. Currently numbered N1-N33. Signed in white lettering on a green background.|
|Israel||National Primary Routes, regardless of build quality. They are numbered with one or two digits. Red numbers on a white background surrounded by green border.||He:Map Features|
|Italy||"Strade a scorrimento veloci" (~roads for high travel speeds) with on ramps and off ramps and without level crossings or roundabouts, a road class generally between primary roads and motorways. For mapping access restrictions similar to motorways, use the tag motorroad=yes. Usually the major roads between cities are of this type.|
|Morocco||Rocade, expressway.2x2 Divided highway, every intersections with roundabout.speedlimit 80 or 100 km/h|
|New Zealand||Strategic State Highways
State Highways linking major urban areas (population 30,000+), major ports, major airports, international tourist destinations, and/or remote regions. Generally two lanes undivided with regular passing lanes. All State Highways not meeting the criteria should be tagged highway=primary.
|Norway||Nation infrastructure road (Riksvei) that are not "Motorvei" , green signs, include E-roads class A and B||No:Map Features#Road classes|
|Philippines||Primary national roads connecting major cities and provinces.
Examples are the Pan-Philippine Highway/AH26 (not including toll expressway segments, like segments on NLEX and SLEX) that are tagged highway=motorway) , Daang Maharlika, MacArthur Highway, EDSA (includes portions not marked as part of Pan-Philippine Highway/AH26), Aguinaldo Highway, Governor's Drive, Jose P. Laurel Highway (mostly designated as Manila - Batangas Road, but short segment at Santo Tomas is designated as Santo Tomas Bypass Road) , Andaya Highway, Strong Republic Nautical Highway, etc.
|Poland||Expressway (Polish: Droga ekspresowa) – high-speed, limited-access highway with similar restrictions as in case of motorways (no bikes/horses/tractors allowed), but a bit lower technical parameters. In contrast to motorways it has lower speed limit (140 km/h for motorways vs. 120/100 km/h for dual/single carriageway expressways), it can be single carriageway (most are dual, however) and can have intersections with main roads (except for other expressways and motorways; but in practice probably there are no intersections on any Polish expressway). Reference numbers for expressways in Poland have 'S' prefix, for example S5 .||WikiProject Poland/Klasyfikacja dróg|
|Romania||highway=trunk is used for any national road part of a European corridor or express ways (do not exist in Romania); along with the national road shield (white on red background) there are also plates similar to this . The ref=* tag has the format DNn, DNnn or DNnnx (n=0-9, x=A-Z), while the tag int_ref=* has the format Enn or Ennn.
E.g.: DN6/E60, DN2/E85 .
|Slovakia||Cesta pre motorové vozidlá: and other high-speed 4-lane roads exclusive for motor vehicles|
|South Korea||Divided highway without ramps.
Higher speeds. Few stop lights or stop signs.
|Sweden||Trunk roads (stamväg) as defined by the state, including all European routes and certain other national roads (riksväg). Exceptionally also shorter stretches of other roads having similar importance locally.|
|Switzerland||Autostrasse / autoroute de 2eme classe (semi-autoroute)|
|Tanzania||Refers to a (paved) 'Trunk Road', as classified by Tanroads. Main roads that connect major cities in the country: e.g. T1 from Dar es Salaam - Zambia border.|
|United Kingdom||primary A road (green signs)|
|United States||Surface expressway: A relatively high-speed divided road (at least 40 MPH with a barrier or median separating each direction of traffic), with a limited amount of intersections and driveways; or a major intercity highway. This includes many U.S. Highways (that do not parallel an Interstate) and some state highways.||Wikipedia reference|
|Venezuela||Main roads used for the vast majority of trunks (T-XX, Troncal XX) that run across the country, and that generally connect one city with another. In some places some of the local roads (L-XX, Local XX) will also be included.|
|Vietnam||Trunk (Xa lộ) in Vietnam usually have more than 3 lane with lane classification signs.|