Farm to Market Road 730

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Farm to Market Road 730 marker

Farm to Market Road 730
Route information
Length: 57.87 mi[1] (93.13 km)
Existed: 1947 – present
Major junctions
North end: Texas FM 455.svg FM 455
 

US 380.svg US 380

US 81.svgUS 287.svg US 81/US 287
South end: US 180.svg US 180 at Weatherford
Highway system
FM 729 FM 731

Farm to Market Road 730 or FM 730 is a two-lane, state-maintained highway connecting various farming areas of Montague, Wise, Parker, and Tarrant Counties.

History[edit]

FM 730 was originally designated in 1947 from SH 199 at Azle to the Wise County Line. In 1951, FM 730 extended to SH 114 in Boyd. In 1952, FM 730 extended northward to SH 24(Now US 380), replacing 7 miles of FM 1882 which began at SH 24. In 1956, FM 730 extended north 7.4 miles. In 1967, FM 730 extended northeast 6.4 miles. In 1973, FM 730 extended northeast 3.5 miles to the Montague County Line. In 1983, FM 730 extended northeast to FM 455. In 1984, FM 730 extended southeast to US 80(now US 180), replacing FM 1707 on that route.

Termini[edit]

FM 730 terminates at FM 455 near Forestburg in Montague County at its northern end and at US 180 in Weatherford at its southern end.

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