Farm to Market Road 3000 (FM 3000) is a 3.658 mi (5.887 km) farm-to-market road in Bastrop County, Texas. Its western terminus is in Elgin at an intersection with Loop 109, and its eastern terminus is at a triangular intersection with Old Lexington Road in rural Bastrop County. Continuation northeastward along Old Lexington Road, Willow Road and Willow Creek Drive leads to FM 696. Originally designated to be 4.2 miles, it is unclear when the designation was shortened to its modern length or what part of the road was abandoned.
FM 3000 is only indicated by signage within the city of Elgin; one sign facing each way on Loop 109 at its western terminus, and one more sign on eastbound FM 3000 immediately departing this intersection. There is no westbound signage for FM 3000. Its eastern terminus is marked only by a "Begin State Maintenance" sign.
FM 3005 was first designated in Galveston County in 1966; its western terminus was at 13 Mile Road. The route was lengthened to the boundary of Galveston Island State Park in 1972, and through the park and to the San Luis Pass Toll Bridge in 1988. The designation was changed to Urban Road 3005 (UR 3005) in 1995; as is the case with other urban roads, TxDOT continues to sign the route using the "Farm Road" shield.
Farm to Market Road 3009 (FM 3009) is a 17.062 mi (27.459 km) farm-to-market road in Comal and Guadalupe counties, Texas. The southern terminus of FM 3009 is in Schertz, at an intersection with FM 78. The route travels in a generally northwesterly direction along four-lane Roy Richard Drive, one of the major north–south thoroughfares in Schertz. FM 3009 crosses IH 35 at its Exit #175; past this point, the road is known as Natural Bridge Caverns Road. The route enters Garden Ridge, where it crosses FM 2252 and becomes a two-lane road. Outside of Garden Ridge, FM 3009 passes Natural Bridge Caverns and doglegs to the northeast before meeting FM 1863 in the outskirts of Bulverde. FM 3009 continues north through unincorporated Comal County before ending at a junction with SH 46.
FM 3009 was designated in 1966; the original route was the section in Schertz, from FM 78 to IH 35. It was extended to FM 1337 (which was later redesignated as part of FM 2252) in 1971, to FM 1863 in 1976, and finally to SH 46 in 1983. The portion from FM 2252 to FM 78 was redesignated as Urban Road 3009 (UR 3009) in 1995; however, as with other urban roads, TxDOT continues to sign the route with the farm-to-market route marker.
Farm to Market Road 3029 (FM 3029) is a short FM highway located in Hurst and North Richland Hills, just northeast of Fort Worth. The highway is often referred to as Precinct Line Road. It was designated in 1966 along its current route. In 1995, it became an urban road.
FM 3029 begins at SH 121/SH 183 (Airport Freeway) in Hurst; the Precinct Line Road name continues south of here. After an intersection with Harwood Road, the highway passes along the eastern edge of the northeast campus of Tarrant County College. After crossing SH 26 (Grapevine Highway), FM 3029 runs along the city line between North Richland Hills and Hurst. Near the intersection with Mid-Cities Boulevard, the highway passes by the Birdville ISD administration building and Birdville High School. After the intersection with Glade Road, FM 3029 crosses over the Cotton Belt Trail, the future Fort Worth Transportation Authority commuter train route, TexRail, and sees less development along its route. Just north of here, FM 3029 runs along the city line between North Richland Hills and Colleyville. FM 3029 ends at an intersection with FM 1938 near Keller.
FM 3040 was first designated in 1966. Its original routing was from the current western terminus at FM 2499 eastward to what was then SH 121 (now the business route) in Lewisville. It was extended to Interstate 35E the following year. As with many farm to market roads in urban areas, the designation was changed to Urban Road 3040 (UR 3040) in 1995.
Farm to Market Road 3043 (FM 3043) is a farm to market road in Montague County, Texas. FM 3043 begins at US 81 in Bowie. The route runs to the northeast along Pelham Street, past Pelham Park, before turning to the southeast along East Nelson Street. It leaves Bowie and enters the farming areas east of the city along Brushy Creek. State maintenance and the FM 3043 designation end near the intersection of Orchard and Lama Roads.
FM 3043 was designated along its current route in 1966. The designation file notes it as running from US 287 (then concurrent with US 81) in Bowie to its current southern terminus. As US 287 was moved to a freeway west of the city in 1980, FM 3043 no longer intersects that route.
Farm to Market Road 3052 (FM 3052) is a 3.330-mile (5.359 km) farm to market road in north-central Cherokee County, Texas. FM 3052 begins at FM 177 in Mixon, the only town on the route. The route travels north as a two-lane roadway with no shoulders and no local street names, passing a landscape of rolling hills of alternating open pastures and trees through unincorporated Cherokee County. It ends at a county road near the Smith County line; it continues as Mixon Road under Smith County jurisdiction.
FM 3052 connects the rural areas of northern Cherokee and southern Smith counties to three other routes on the state highway system. It connects directly at its southern terminus to FM 177, which leads west to Mount Selman. Via FM 177 it also provides access to both FM 2493 (which intersects FM 177 just west of Mixon and travels to Bullard and Tyler) and SH 135 (which intersects FM 177 just east of the FM 3052 southern terminus and travels to Jacksonville and Troup).
FM 3052 was commissioned along its current routing in 1966, though it is unclear when the route was constructed. State maintenance has always ended at the Smith County line.
Farm to Market Road 3068 (FM 3068) is a farm to market road in southern Cameron County, Texas. FM 3608 begins at FM 1419 in southern Cameron County; the intersection is about 0.25 mi (0.40 km) north of the Rio Grande, and near the aptly named colonia of Southmost. The short route travels north along Indiana Avenue and enters Brownsville. It reaches its northern terminus just inside the city limits, at FM 511, which continues to the north along Indiana Avenue and to the west along Dockberry Road. FM 3068 was added to the state highway system in 1966. Its routing has remained unchanged.