Texas State Highway Spur 303

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State Highway Spur 303 marker

State Highway Spur 303
Pioneer Parkway
Route information
Length: 17.40 mi[1] (28.00 km)
Major junctions
West end: Handley Street, Fort Worth
East end: Loop 12
Highway system
Spur 302 Spur 304

Spur 303 is a state highway between Interstate 820 in Fort Worth, and Duncanville Road in Dallas. At 17.4 miles in length, it is Texas' longest highway spur.[2]

The portion in Dallas between Loop 12 and Mountain Creek Parkway (near Dallas Baptist University) is officially designated Kiest Boulevard, and it also passes over the Mountain Creek Lake Bridge (however, the stretch between Mountain Creek Parkway and SE 14th Street, which is the location of the bridge, is not part of the Spur)[1][3] . The portion in Arlington and Grand Prairie is designated Pioneer Parkway. The portion in Fort Worth is designated Rosedale Street, and ends at Handley Street.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Transportation Planning and Programming Division. "State Highway Spur No. 303". Highway Designation Files. Texas Department of Transportation. Retrieved 2013-01-11. 
  2. ^ Texas State Highway, Loop and Spur Facts, Texas Department of Transportation
  3. ^ The minute order notes the stretch ending at Florina Road; this road was later renamed Mountain Creek Parkway.