List of U.S. Highways in Texas

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Texas US Highway markers
Highway names
Interstates: Interstate Highway X (IH-X, I-X)
US Routes: U.S. Highway X (US X)
State: State Highway X (SH X)
Loops: Loop X
Spurs: Spur X
Recreational: Recreational Road X (RE X)
Farm or Ranch
to Market Roads:
Farm to Market Road X (FM X)
Ranch-to-Market Road X (RM X)
Park Roads: Park Road X (PR X)
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U.S. Highways in Texas are owned and maintained by the state.

Main U.S. Highways[edit]

Highway Location Length Description Date established Map Notes
US 54.svg US 54 El Paso, Hartley, Dallam and Sherman counties 111.6 mi 179.6 km US 54 begins at an intersection with Texas Loop 375 in El Paso and travels northeast to the Texas-New Mexico state line. US 54 again enters Texas near Nara Vista, New Mexico and travels due northeast through the Texas Panhandle to the Texas-Oklahoma state line at Texhoma. 1927 US 54 (TX) map.svg [1]
US 57.svg US 57 Maverick, Zavala and Frio counties 98.1 mi 157.9 km US 57 begins at the United States-Mexico border at Eagle Pass and travels northeast through south Texas farmlands to I-35 near Moore. 1970 US 57 map.png [2]
US 59.svg US 59 Webb, Duval, McMullen, Live Oak, Bee, Goliad, Victoria, Jackson, Wharton, Fort Bend, Harris, Montgomery, Liberty, San Jacinto, Polk, Angelina, Nacogdoches, Rusk, Shelby, Panola, Harrison, Marion, Cass and Bowie counties. 612.2 mi 985.2 km US 59 begins in Laredo at exit 2 of Interstate 35. The route travels northeast, intersecting with I-37 near George West, Texas. It continues northeast through the Texas coastal plains before reaching the Greater Houston area, where it intersects Interstates 610, 45 and 10. It continues north through far east Texas reaching Texarkana and Interstate 30. US 59 travels north along the Texas-Arkansas state line before finally fully entering Arkansas at the Red River near Ogden, Arkansas. 1935 US 59 (TX) map.svg [3]
US 60.svg US 60 Parmer, Castro, Deaf Smith, Randall, Potter, Carson, Gray, Roberts, Hemphill, and Lipscomb counties. 210.7 mi 339.1 km US 60 enters Texas from New Mexico at Farwell and travels northeast through the Texas Panhandle, meeting both I-27 and I-40 at Amarillo. The route continues northeast, entering Oklahoma near Higgins. 1932 US 60 (TX) map.svg [4]
US 62.svg US 62 El Paso, Hudspeth, Culberson, Gaines, Terry, Hockley, Lubbock, Crosby, Floyd, Motley, Cottle, and Childress counties. 404.8 mi 651.5 km US 62 begins at the United States-Mexico border in El Paso and travels east through far west Texas to the New Mexico state line east of Guadalupe Mountains National Park. It reenters Texas west of Seminole and travels northeast through the southern Texas Panhandle to the Oklahoma state line northeast of Childress. 1932 US 62 (TX) map.svg [5]
US 67.svg US 67 Presidio, Brewster, Pecos, Crockett, Crane, Upton, Reagan, Irion, Tom Green, Runnels, Coleman, Brown, Comanche, Erath, Somervell, Johnson, Ellis, Dallas, Rockwall, Hunt, Hopkins, Franklin, Titus, Morris, Cass, and Bowie counties. 637.6 mi 1,026.1 km US 67 begins at the United States-Mexico border in Presidio and travels northeastward through the central portions of Texas. In Dallas, it meets I-30 and travels eastward concurrent or parallel to it until it reaches the Arkansas state line at Texarkana. 1927 US 67 (TX) map.svg [6]
US 69.svg US 69 Jefferson, Hardin, Tyler, Jasper, Angelina, Cherokee, Smith, Wood, Rains, Hunt, Fannin, and Grayson counties. 338.6 mi 544.9 km From SH 87 in Port Arthur to the Oklahoma border north of Denison. 1935 US 69 (TX) map.svg [7]
US 70.svg US 70 Parmer, Bailey, Lamb, Hale, Floyd, Motley, Cottle, Foard, and Wilbarger counties. 192.3 mi 309.5 km From the New Mexico border near Farwell to the Oklahoma border east of Oklaunion. 1927 US 70 (TX) map.svg [8]
US 71.svg US 71 Bowie County 2.9 mi 4.7 km State Line Avenue in Texarkana; southbound side is in Texarkana, Texas, northbound side is in Texarkana, Arkansas. [9]
US 75.svg US 75 Dallas, Collin, and Grayson counties. 76.2 mi 122.6 km From Dallas to the Oklahoma state line north of Denison. 1927 US 75 (TX) map.svg [10]
US 77.svg US 77 Cameron, Willacy, Kenedy, Kleberg, Nueces, San Patricio, Refugio, Victoria, DeWitt, Lavaca, Fayette, Lee, Milam, Falls, McLennan, Hill, Ellis, Dallas, Denton, and Cooke counties. 471.3 mi 758.5 km Colocated with or adjacent to I-35 from the Oklahoma state line to Denton. Colocated with or adjacent to I-35E from Denton to Dallas to Hillsboro. Colocated with Interstate 35 from Hillsboro to Waco (exit 333A). To Cameron to Schulenburg to Victoria to Robstown to the Mexican border at Brownsville. 1927 US 77 (TX) map.svg [11]
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US 77.svg Alt. US 77
Lavaca, DeWitt, Goliad, and Refugio counties. 29.14 mi 46.90 km 1953 [12]
US 79.svg US 79 Panola, Rusk, Cherokee, Anderson, Freestone, Leon, Robertson, Milam, and Williamson counties. 271.8 mi 437.4 km From I-35 (exit 253) at Round Rock to Palestine to Henderson to the Louisiana state line south of I-20. 1935 US 79 (TX) map.svg [13]
US 80.svg US 80 Dallas, Kaufman, Van Zandt, Smith, Wood, Upshur, Gregg, and Harrison counties. 155.3 mi 249.9 km Along the route of the Bankhead Highway. Once a transcontinental route and a member of the original U.S. Highway system commissioned in 1926. 1927 US 80 (TX) map.svg [14]
US 81.svg US 81 Montague, Wise, and Tarrant counties. 81.5 mi 131.2 km From I-35W at Fort Worth. 1927 US 81 (TX) map.svg [15]
US 82.svg US 82 Yoakum, Terry, Hockley, Lubbock, Crosby, Dickens, King, Knox, Baylor, Archer, Wichita, Clay, Montague, Cooke, Grayson, Fannin, Lamar, Red River, and Bowie counties. 504.7 mi 812.2 km From the New Mexico border west of Plains to the Arkansas border in Texarkana. 1935 US 82 (TX) map.svg [16]
US 83.svg US 83 Cameron, Hidalgo, Starr, Zapata, Webb, Dimmit, Zavala, Uvalde, Real, Kerr, Edwards, Kimble, Menard, Concho, Runnels, Taylor, Jones, Fisher, Stonewall, King, Cottle, Childress, Collingsworth, Wheeler, Hemphill, Lipscomb, and Ochiltree counties. 783.5 mi 1,260.9 km From the United States-Mexico border in Brownsville to the Oklahoma border north of Perryton. 1932 US 83 (TX) map.svg [17]
US 84.svg US 84 Parmer, Bailey, Lamb, Hockley Lubbock, Lynn, Garza, Scurry, Mitchell, Nolan, Taylor, Coleman, Brown, Mills, Coryell, McLennan, Limestone, Freestone, Anderson, Cherokee, Rusk, and Shelby counties. 530.4 mi 853.6 km From the New Mexico border at Farwell to the Louisiana border in Joaquin. 1935 US 84 (TX) map.svg [18]
US 85.svg US 85 El Paso County 5.6 mi 9.0 km From the United States-Mexico border in El Paso to the New Mexico border at Anthony. 1946 [19]
US 87.svg US 87 Dallam, Hartley, Moore, Potter, Randall, Swisher, Hale, Lubbock, Lynn, Dawson, Martin, Howard, Glasscock, Sterling, Tom Green, Concho, McCulloch, Mason, Gillespie, Kendall, Bexar, Wilson, Gonzales, DeWitt, Victoria, and calhoun counties. 660.1 mi 1,062.3 km From SH 238 in Port Lavaca to the New Mexico border north of Texline. 1935 US 87 (TX) map.svg [20]
US 90.svg US 90 Culberson, Jeff Davis, Presidio, Brewster, Pecos, Terrell, Val Verde, Kinney, Uvalde, Medina, Bexar, Guadalupe, Caldwell, Gonzales, Fayette, Colorado, Austin, Harris, Liberty, Jefferson, and Orange counties. 607.9 mi 978.3 km I-10/SH 54 at Van Horn, Texas to Louisiana border at Orange. 1927 US 90 (TX) map.svg [21]
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US 90.svg Alt. US 90
Guadalupe, Gonzales, Lavaca, Colorado, Wharton, Fort Bend, and Harris counties. 175.3 mi 282.1 km 1942 US 90A (TX) map.svg [22]
US 96.svg US 96 Shelby, San Augustine, Sabine, Jasper, Hardin, and Jefferson counties. 133.7 mi 215.2 km From SH 87 at Port Arthur to US 59/US 84 at Tenaha. 1927 US 96 map.png [23]

Auxiliary U.S. Highways[edit]

Highway Location Length Description Date established Map Notes
US 259.svg US 259 Nacogdoches, Rusk, Gregg, Upshur, Morris, and Bowie counties. 146.1 mi 235.1 km Oklahoma north of De Kalb to Nacogdoches. 1962 [24]
US 271.svg US 271 Smith, Gregg, Upshur, Camp, Titus, Red River, and Lamar counties. 132.0 mi 212.4 km Oklahoma north of Paris to Tyler. 1932 [25]
US 175.svg US 175 Dallas, Kaufman, Henderson, Anderson, and Cherokee counties. 111.0 mi 178.6 km Dallas to Jacksonville. 1932 US 175 (TX) map.svg [26]
US 277.svg US 277 Dimmit, Maverick, Kinney, Val Verde, Edwards, Sutton, Schleicher, Tom Green, Coke, Runnels, Nolan, Taylor, Jones, Haskell, Knox, Baylor, Archer, and Wichita counties. 396.5 mi 638.1 km Oklahoma north of Wichita Falls to Dallas to Del Rio to Carrizo Springs. 1932 [27]
US 377.svg US 377 Val Verde, Edwards, Kimble, Menard, Mason, McCulloch, Brown, Comanche, Erath, Hood, Parker, Tarrant, Denton, and Grayson counties. 335.0 mi 539.1 km North of Denton to Fort Worth to Del Rio. 1932 US 377 (TX) map.svg [28]
US 180.svg US 180 El Paso, Hudspeth, Culberson, Gaines, Dawson, Borden, Scurry, Fisher, Jones, Shackelford, Stephens, Palo Pinto, and Parker counties. 298.0 mi 479.6 km Weatherford to New Mexico west of Seminole and from New Mexico border northeast of Guadalupe Mountains National Park to New Mexico border northwest of El Paso. 1943 [29]
US 380.svg US 380 Yoakum, Terry, Lynn, Garza, Kent, Stonewall, Haskell, Throckmorton, Young, Jack, Wise, Denton, Collin, and Hunt counties. 383.0 mi 616.4 km Greenville to New Mexico west of Brownfield. 1932 [30]
US 181.svg US 181 Bexar, Wilson, Karnes, Bee, San Patricio, and Nueces counties. 135.5 mi 218.1 km San Antonio to Corpus Christi. 1927 [31]
US 281.svg US 281 Cameron, Hidalgo, Brooks, Jim Wells, Live Oak, Atascosa, Bexar, Comal, Blanco, Burnet, Lampasas, Coryell, Hamilton, Erath, Palo Pinto, Jack, Archer, and Wichita counties. 581.6 mi 936.0 km Oklahoma north of Wichita Falls to San Antonio to Brownsville. 1935 US 281 (TX) map.svg [32]
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US 281.svg US 281 (Alt.)
Atascosa and Live Oak counties. 16.7 mi 26.9 km 1982 [33]
US 183.svg US 183 Wilbarger, Baylor, Throckmorton, Stephens, Eastland, Brown, Mills, Lampasas, Burnet, Williamson, Travis, Caldwell, Gonzales, DeWitt, Goliad, and Refugio counties. 426.0 mi 685.6 km Oklahoma northeast of Vernon to Austin to Refugio. 1939 US 183 (TX) map.svg [34]
US 283.svg US 283 Wilbarger, Baylor, Throckmorton, Shackelford, Callahan, Coleman, and McCulloch counties. 150.4 mi 242.0 km Oklahoma north of Vernon to Brady. 1932 US 283 (TX) map.svg [35]
US 285.svg US 285 Culberson, Reeves, Pecos, and Terrell counties. 169.8 mi 273.3 km New Mexico north of Pecos to Sanderson. 1935 [36]
US 385.svg US 385 Brewster, Pecos, Crane, Ector, Andrews, Gaines, Terry, Hockley, Lamb, Castro, Deaf Smith, Oldham, hartley, and Dallam counties. 441.0 mi 709.7 km Oklahoma Panhandle north of Dalhart to Big Bend National Park. 1927 US 385 (TX) map.svg [37]
US 287.svg US 287 Sherman, Moore, Potter, Armstrong, Donley, Hall, Childress, Hardeman, Wilbarger, Wichita, Clay, Montague, Wise, Tarrant, Johnson, Ellis, Navarro, Freestone, Anderson, Houston, Trinity, Polk, Tyler, Hardin, and Jefferson counties. 503.8 mi 810.8 km Oklahoma northwest of Stratford to Port Arthur. 1934 US 287 (TX) map.svg [38]
US 190.svg US 190 Pecos, Crockett, Schleicher, Menard, McCulloch, San Saba, Lampasas, Coryell, Bell, Milam, Robertson, Brazos, Madison, Walker, San Jacinto, Polk, Tyler, Jasper, and Newton counties. 513.4 mi 826.2 km Louisiana east of Bon Wier to I-10 near Iraan. 1935 [39]
US 290.svg US 290 Kimble, Gillespie, Blanco, Hays, Travis, Bastrop, Lee, Fayette, Washington, Waller, and Harris counties. 261.2 mi 420.4 km Houston to Austin to I-10 west of Fredericksburg. 1927 US 290 (TX) map.svg [40]

Former U.S. Highways[edit]

Highway Location Length Description Date established Notes
US 164.svg US 164 128 mi Oklahoma border at Higgins to Amarillo. Replaced by US 60 in 1930. 1928 [41]
US 66.svg US 66 177.1 mi Historic route through Texas Panhandle. Largely replaced by I-40. 1927 [42]
US 366.svg US 366 20 mi New Mexico border at Fort Bliss to United States-Mexico border. Replaced by US 70 in 1931. Currently Business US 54. 1927 [43]
US 70.svg US 70 20 mi Replaced US 366 in 1932 along route from New Mexico border at Fort Bliss to United States-Mexico border. Was itself replaced by US 54 in 1934, and currently Business US 54. 1932 [44]
US 370.svg US 370 260 mi Bowie to Claude. Replaced in 1939 by US 287. 1926 [45]
US 80N.svg US 80N 88 mi Metcalf Gap to Abilene from 1932 to 1934. Current replacements are US 180 and SH 351. 1932
US 385.svg US 385 604 mi Comfort to New Mexico border at Texline. Replaced by US 87 in 1935. 1926 [46]
US 96.svg US 96 371 mi (1926–1932)
403 mi (1932–1934)
305 mi (1935–1939)
Rosenberg to Brownsville. Replaced by US 59 in 1939. 1927 [47]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 54". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  2. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 57". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  3. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 59". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  4. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 60". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  5. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 62". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  6. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 67". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  7. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 69". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  8. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 70". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  9. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 71". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  10. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 75". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  11. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 77". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  12. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 77 Alt.". Retrieved 2009-01-24. 
  13. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 79". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  14. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 80". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  15. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 81". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  16. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 82". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  17. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 83". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  18. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 84". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  19. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 85". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  20. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 87". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  21. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 90". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  22. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 90 Alt.". Retrieved 2009-01-23. 
  23. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 96". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  24. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 259". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  25. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 271". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  26. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 175". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  27. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 277". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  28. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 377". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  29. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 180". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  30. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 380". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  31. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 181". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  32. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 281". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  33. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 281 Alt.". Retrieved 2009-01-23. 
  34. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 183". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  35. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 283". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  36. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 285". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  37. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 385". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  38. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 287". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  39. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 190". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  40. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 290". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  41. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 164". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  42. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 66". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  43. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 366". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  44. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 70". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  45. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 370". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  46. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 380". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 
  47. ^ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - U.S. Highway No. 96". Retrieved 2008-02-27. 

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