List of Farm to Market Roads in Texas (1500–1599)

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Texas Farm to Market Road and Ranch to Market Road markers
Highway names
Interstates: Interstate Highway X (IH-X, I-X)
US Highways: U.S. Highway X (US X)
State: State Highway X (SH X)
Loops: Loop X
Spurs: Spur 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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Farm to Market Roads in Texas are owned and maintained by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT).

Contents

FM 1500[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1500
Location: Lamar County
Length: 6.950 mi[1] (11.185 km)
Existed: August 25, 1949[1]–present

FM 1501[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1501
Location: Lamar County
Length: 4.160 mi[2] (6.695 km)
Existed: August 25, 1949[2]–present

FM 1502[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1502
Location: Lamar County
Length: 12.192 mi[3] (19.621 km)
Existed: August 25, 1949[3]–present

FM 1503[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1503
Location: Lamar County
Length: 7.833 mi[4] (12.606 km)
Existed: August 25, 1949[4]–present

FM 1504[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1504
Location: Van Zandt County
Length: 7.318 mi[5] (11.777 km)
Existed: September 29, 1949[5]–present

FM 1505[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1505
Location: El Paso County
Length: 0.796 mi[6] (1.281 km)
Existed: September 28, 1949[6]–present

FM 1506[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1506
Location: Lamar County
Length: 6.911 mi[7] (11.122 km)
Existed: August 25, 1949[7]–present

FM 1507[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1507
Location: Lamar County
Length: 3.452 mi[8] (5.555 km)
Existed: August 25, 1949[8]–present

FM 1508[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1508
Location: Lamar County
Length: 2.770 mi[9] (4.458 km)
Existed: August 25, 1949[9]–present

FM 1509[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1509
Location: Lamar County
Length: 5.607 mi[10] (9.024 km)
Existed: August 25, 1949[10]–present

FM 1510[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1510
Location: Lamar County
Length: 4.326 mi[11] (6.962 km)
Existed: August 25, 1949[11]–present

FM 1511[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1511
Location: Leon County
Length: 9.837 mi[12] (15.831 km)
Existed: August 25, 1949[12]–present

FM 1512[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1512
Location: Leon County
Length: 13.471 mi[13] (21.679 km)
Existed: August 25, 1949[13]–present

FM 1513[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1513
Location: Rusk County
Length: 3.324 mi[14] (5.349 km)
Existed: August 25, 1949[14]–present

FM 1514[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1514
Location: San Jacinto County
Length: 9.837 mi[15] (15.831 km)
Existed: August 25, 1949[15]–present

FM 1515[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1515
Location: Denton County
Length: 2.122 mi[16] (3.415 km)
Existed: December 17, 1952[16]–present

Farm to Market Road 1515 is located in Denton County. It runs from IH-35E west to Denton Enterprise Airport. The road is known locally as Bonnie Brae Street, Airport Road and Masch Branch Road.

FM 1515 was designated on December 17, 1952 from US 77 truck route (now IH 35E) west to Denton Airport. On June 30, 1995 the road was transferred to UR 1515.[17]

Junction list

The entire route is in Denton, Denton County.

mi[18] km Destinations Notes
0.0 0.0 Airport Road – Denton Enterprise Airport
1.7 2.7 I-35W south – Fort Worth I-35W exit 84
2.1 3.4 I-35 north / I-35E south – Gainesville, Dallas I-35E exit 467; I-35 exit 468
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1515 (1949)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1515
Location: Victoria County
Existed: August 25, 1949–January 16, 1953[16]

The original FM 1515 was designated on August 25, 1949 from US 59, 2 miles west of Victoria northwest via Garfield School and Mission Valley to the DeWitt County line. FM 1515 was cancelled on January 16, 1953 and transferred to FM 236.

FM 1516[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1516
Location: Bexar County
Length: 9.838 mi[19] (15.833 km)
Existed: September 28, 1949[19]–present

Farm to Market Road 1516 is located in Bexar County. It runs from US 87 in China Grove to UR 1976 in Converse.

FM 1516 was designated on September 28, 1949 from FM 78 near Converse to China Grove School. On December 1, 1954 the road was extended south 1.9 miles to US 87. On April 1, 1963 the road was extended north 0.2 mile over the old location of FM 78. On November 15, 1979 the road was extended north to FM 1976 spur connection. On May 22, 1989 a 0.2 mile section from FM 1516 southwest and northwest to FM 1976 was added. The final change was on June 30, 1995 when the UR 1976-IH 10 section was transferred to UR 1516.

FM 1517[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1517
Location: Bexar County
Length: 1.868 mi[21] (3.006 km)
Existed: September 28, 1949[22]–December 18, 2014[20]

Farm to Market Road 1517 (FM 1517) was a farm-to-market road in Bexar County, Texas, running along Eckhert Road from 1949 to 2014.

The western terminus of FM 1517 was at an intersection with SH 16 (Bandera Road) in San Antonio, at the northern city limits of Leon Valley. The route traveled along Eckhert Road in a northeasterly direction, passing John Marshall High School before turning due east and ending at an intersection with Huebner Road. While the Eckhert Road name extended beyond both given termini, only the indicated portion was designated FM 1517.[22][23]

The routing of FM 1517 was designated in 1949.[22] It was redesignated as Urban Road 1517 (UR 1517) in 1995; however, as with other urban roads, TxDOT continues to sign the route with the farm-to-market route marker.[21]

The designation, along with those of several other routes in Bexar County, was canceled on December 18, 2014 and control was returned to the city of San Antonio.[20] However, the road is still signed.

Major intersections
The entire route was in San Antonio, Bexar County.

mi[21] km Destinations Notes
0.000 0.000 SH 16 (Bandera Road) – Leon Valley Western terminus
1.868 3.006 Huebner Road Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1518[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1518
Location: Bexar and Guadalupe counties
Length: 16.615 mi[24][25] (26.739 km)
Existed: September 28, 1949[24]–present

Farm to Market Road 1518 (FM 1518) is a farm-to-market road in the Greater San Antonio, Texas area.

The southern terminus of FM 1518 is at a junction with Loop 1604 in the southeastern Bexar County town of Adkins. It continues north through the town of St. Hedwig and crosses Interstate 10 (I‑10) at its exit 591. The route then passes to the east of Randolph Air Force Base before reaching FM 78 near Schertz, just west of the Guadalupe County line. Officially, FM 1518 is discontinuous here, and the route designation resumes at another point farther east along FM 78.[24] Now in Guadalupe County, FM 1518 travels through the southwestern portion of Schertz and into Selma, where it ends at an intersection with I‑35's exit 174A.

FM 1518 was designated in 1949 as a short route that connected unincorporated southern Bexar county communities 3.4 miles southeast of SH 346 to SH 346 (which would ultimately become part of SH 16). In 1952, FM 1518 extended 3.2 miles west to a road intersection. In 1953, the route was extended west 9.4 miles to US 81 (now SH 132), replacing FM 1749 which connected US 81 and Bexar Community. In 1956, FM 1518 extended east to FM 1937. In 1958, FM 1518 extended east to US 81(now I‑35), replacing the section of FM 1937 from its current end to US 87. FM 1518 also replaced FM 1316 from US 90 to FM 78 and FM 1621 from FM 78 to US 81. In 1963, FM 1518 extended west to FM 471, creating a route of approximately 66.5 miles (107.0 km) that looped around the southwestern, southern, and eastern portions of the greater San Antonio area. In 1973, the section of FM 1518 from FM 471 to what is now Loop 1604 was renumbered as FM 2790 and the section from there to SH 16 became a portion of FM 1604 (now Loop 1604). In 1977, the section of FM 1518 from there to the current junction with Loop 1604 was transferred to Loop 1604. At that same time, FM 1604 was canceled and renumbered as Loop 1604, shortening FM 1518 to its current route.[24] In 1995, the northern portion of FM 1518, from I‑35 to FM 78 (now Urban Road 78), was officially redesignated as Urban Road 1518 (UR 1518); however, as with other urban roads, TxDOT continues to sign the route with the farm-to-market route marker.[25]

Junction list
County Location mi[26] km Destinations Notes
Bexar Adkins 0.0 0.0 Loop 1604 (Anderson Loop)
St. Hedwig 2.6 4.2 FM 1346 (St. Hedwig Road)
San Antonio 7.2 11.6 I-10 / US 90 – San Antonio, Seguin I-10 exit 591
Schertz 12.7 20.4 FM 78 west – Universal City South end of FM 78 overlap
Guadalupe 13.0 20.9 FM 78 east (John E. Peterson Boulevard) – Seguin North end of FM 78 overlap
Selma 16.7 26.9 I-35 – San Antonio, New Braunfels I-35 exit 174A
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1519[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1519
Location: Camp County
Length: 12.714 mi[27] (20.461 km)
Existed: September 28, 1949[27]–present

Farm to Market Road 1519 is located in Camp County. It runs from FM 556 southwest of Pittsburg to FM 1448.

FM 1519 was designated on September 28, 1949 from FM 556 southwest of Pittsburg west to SH 11 at Leesburg. On December 11, 1961 the road was extended to FM 1448, replacing FM 2680 and creating a concurrency with SH 11.

FM 1520[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1520
Location: Camp County
Length: 6.973 mi[28] (11.222 km)
Existed: September 28, 1949[28]–present

FM 1521[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1521
Location: Camp County
Length: 2.925 mi[29] (4.707 km)
Existed: September 28, 1949[29]–present

FM 1522[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1522
Location: Camp County
Length: 0.935 mi[30] (1.505 km)
Existed: September 28, 1949[27]–present

FM 1523[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1523
Location: Culberson County
Length: 7.976 mi[31] (12.836 km)
Existed: November 20, 1951[31]–present
FM 1523, a two-lane road, traverses westward through a Chihuahuan Desert valley toward the Sierra Vieja.
Westward view along FM 1523 with the Sierra Vieja in the background

Farm to Market Road 1523 (FM 1523) is a 7.976 mi (12.836 km) Farm to Market Road in Culberson County, Texas maintained by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT).[31]

The southern terminus is at a junction with U.S. Highway 90 (US 90), near the abandoned community of Lobo. The route travels west to an intersection with FM 2017, which begins to the south while FM 1523 turns to the north. The route ends at another junction with US 90.[31][32]

Major intersections
The entire route is in Culberson County.

Location mi[33] km Destinations Notes
0.0 0.0 US 90 – Marfa Southern terminus
2.6 4.2 FM 2017
8.0 12.9 US 90 – Van Horn Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1523 (1949)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1523
Location: Camp County
Existed: September 28, 1949[31]–December 18, 1951

The original FM 1523 was designated on September 28, 1949 from SH 11 at Newsome south to a road intersection. FM 1523 was eliminated on December 18, 1951.

FM 1524[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1524
Location: Castro County
Length: 17.155 mi[34] (27.608 km)
Existed: September 28, 1949[34]–present

FM 1525[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1525
Location: Crosby County
Length: 5.629 mi[35] (9.059 km)
Existed: September 28, 1949[35]–present

RM 1526[edit]

Ranch to Market Road 1526
Location: Hutchinson County
Length: 3.094 mi[36] (4.979 km)
Existed: October 31, 1956[36]–present

Ranch to Market Road 1526 is located in Hutchinson County. It runs from SH 207/SH 136 (former SH 15) at Stinnett east to a county road.

RM 1526 was designated on October 31, 1956 on the current route.

FM 1526 (1949)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1526
Location: Crosby County
Existed: September 28, 1949[36]–December 29, 1949

The first use of the FM 1526 designation was in Crosby County, from an intersection with FM 378, 2 miles north of Robertson, west to the Lubbock County line. FM 1526 was cancelled just three months later and became part of FM 40.

FM 1526 (1957-1958)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1526
Location: Floyd County
Existed: October 31, 1957[36]–April 1, 1958

The second use of the FM 1526 designation was in Floyd County, from FM 2301 west to the Hale County line. FM 1526 was cancelled six months later and transferred to FM 2286.

FM 1527[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1527
Location: Crosby County
Length: 4.176 mi[37] (6.721 km)
Existed: September 28, 1949[37]–present

FM 1528[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1528
Location: Delta County
Length: 11.415 mi[38] (18.371 km)
Existed: 1949[38]–present

Farm to Market Road 1528 (FM 1528) is a farm-to-market road located in the western and central portions of Delta County in the U.S. state of Texas. The highway is approximately 11.4 miles (18.3 km) in length, and travels through mainly rural portions of Delta County. The roadway begins at an intersection with FM 64 in the community of Antioch. The highway proceeds southward, passing through the former community of Gough, before bending east. The highway proceeds east, running concurrently with State Highway 24 (SH 24) for a short distance. The road travels northeast, parallel to Cooper Lake, before bending north and entering Cooper, where it terminates at SH 154.

Early roads existed in the place of FM 1528 by 1936, and a short section of highway between SH 27 (now SH 24) and Klondike was designated as Loop 39 in 1939, and FM 1528 was designated in 1949. The route of the highway has been altered since its designation, including rerouting due to the construction of Cooper Lake.

FM 1529[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1529
Location: Delta County
Length: 5.525 mi[39] (8.892 km)
Existed: September 28, 1949[39]–present

FM 1530[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1530
Location: Delta County
Length: 8.650 mi[40] (13.921 km)
Existed: September 28, 1949[40]–present

FM 1531[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1531
Location: Delta County
Length: 4.168 mi[41] (6.708 km)
Existed: September 28, 1949[41]–present

FM 1532[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1532
Location: Hunt and Delta counties
Length: 7.707 mi[42] (12.403 km)
Existed: September 26, 1949[42]–present

FM 1533[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1533
Location: Delta County
Length: 3.686 mi[43] (5.932 km)
Existed: September 28, 1949[43]–present

FM 1534[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1534
Location: Hill County
Length: 4.609 mi[44] (7.417 km)
Existed: April 16, 1984[44]–present

Farm to Market Road 1534 is located in Hill County, It runs from FM 933, 3 miles southeast of Whitney, northeast to FM 1947.

FM 1534 was designated on April 16, 1984 on the current route.

FM 1534 (1949)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1534
Location: DeWitt County
Existed: September 28, 1949[39]–September 28, 1950

The first use of the FM 1534 designation was in DeWitt County, from SH 119 3 miles north of Yorktown, northwest via Gohlke School Road towards Nopal to a road intersection. FM 1534 was cancelled 12 months later and became a portion of FM 108.

FM 1534 (1958)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1534
Location: Hale County
Existed: October 31, 1958[39]–October 7, 1960

The second use of the FM 1534 designation was in Hale County, from SH 194 at Edmonson north to the Swisher County line. FM 1534 was cancelled on October 7, 1960 and transferred to FM 2355.

FM 1534 (1964)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1534
Location: Kimble County
Existed: June 1, 1964[39]–December 8, 1981

The third use of the FM 1534 designation was in Kimble County, from US 290, 9.7 miles northwest of the Kerr County line, east 5 miles. FM 1534 was cancelled on December 8, 1981 and became a portion of RM 479.

FM 1535[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1535
Location: Bexar County
Length: 8.192 mi[45] (13.184 km)
Existed: October 15, 1955[45]–present

Farm to Market Road 1535 (FM 1535) is a 8.192 mi (13.184 km) farm to market road in Bexar County, Texas.[45] It is known in Greater San Antonio as Northwest Military Highway.

FM 1535 begins at Interstate 410 in Castle Hills. The route travels north through north central San Antonio, crossing Wurzbach Parkway, and into Shavano Park, where it has a junction with Loop 1604. FM 1535 ends at the San Antonio city limits, at the entrance to the Camp Bullis Military Training Reservation.[45][23]

FM 1535 was designated in 1955. Its designation was officially changed to Urban Road 1535 (UR 1535) in 1995; however, as with other urban roads, TxDOT continues to sign the route with the farm-to-market route marker.[46] In 2003, the route was designated the Second Indian Head Division Memorial Highway, in honor of the 2nd Infantry Division of the U.S. Army.[46]

Major intersections
The entire route is in Bexar County.

Location mi[47] km Destinations Notes
Castle Hills 0.0 0.0 I-410 (Connally Loop) Southern terminus
San Antonio 2.9 4.7 Wurzbach Parkway (PA 1502)
6.3 10.1 Loop 1604 (Anderson Loop)
8.2 13.2 Camp Bullis Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1535 (1949)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1535
Location: Freestone County
Existed: September 28, 1949[45]–April 15, 1955

The original FM 1535 was designated on September 28, 1949 from FM 80 south of Teague west and south to a road intersection. FM 1535 was cancelled on April 15, 1955 due to lack of funding.[45]

FM 1536[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1536
Location: Hopkins County
Length: 7.487 mi[48] (12.049 km)
Existed: September 28, 1949[48]–present

FM 1537[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1537
Location: Hopkins County
Length: 5.836 mi[49] (9.392 km)
Existed: September 28, 1949[49]–present

FM 1538[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1538
Location: Jim Wells County
Length: 8.722 mi[50] (14.037 km)
Existed: September 28, 1949[50]–present

FM 1539[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1539
Location: Jim Wells County
Length: 4.358 mi[51] (7.014 km)
Existed: September 28, 1949[51]–present

FM 1540[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1540
Location: Jim Wells County
Length: 8.999 mi[52] (14.482 km)
Existed: September 28, 1949[52]–present

FM 1541[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1541
Location: Randall County
Length: 16.308 mi[53] (26.245 km)
Existed: September 28, 1949[53]–present

Farm to Market Road 1541 (or FM 1541) is located in Randall County.

FM 1541 begins at I-27 and Cemetery Road near Canyon. The highway travels north and intersects SH 217 and FM 3331 just east of Canyon. FM 1541 runs in a generally north direction through Randall County, passing near several subdivisions. The highway has an interchange at Loop 335 before entering the city limits of Amarillo near SW 58th Street. FM 1541 is known locally as Washington Street in the city and runs through a heavily developed area before ending at I-27/US 60/US 87.

FM 1541 was first designated on September 28, 1949, running southward from US 60/US 87 to road intersection. On December 18, 1951, the highway was extended further south to SH 217 near Canyon. On October 31, 1957, FM 1541 was extended further south to FM 285, absorbing FM 2390 in the process.[54] A year later, the highway was extended southward again to the Randall-Swisher county line. On February 14, 1991, FM 1541's southern terminus was truncated to I-27 southeast of Canyon with a spur connection to SH 217 being added. On June 27, 1995, the section of highway from Loop 335 to I-27/US 60/US 87 was eternally re-designated as Urban Road 1541 by TxDOT.[55]

Junction list

The entire route is in Randall County.

Location mi[56] km Destinations Notes
0.0 0.0 I-27 / Cemetery Road – Lubbock I-27 exit 103
2.9 4.7 SH 217 – Canyon, West Texas A&M University, Palo Duro Canyon State Park
3.9 6.3 FM 3331 west – Canyon
10.4 16.7 FM 1151 east – Lake Tanglewood, Claude
12.3 19.8 Loop 335 (Hollywood Road) Interchange
Amarillo 16.3 26.2 I-27 / US 60 / US 87 (Canyon Expressway) I-27 exit 122B
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1542[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1542
Location: Parker and Tarrant counties
Length: 4.918 mi[57] (7.915 km)
Existed: September 28, 1949[57]–present

FM 1543[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1543
Location: Hood County
Length: 1.415 mi[58] (2.277 km)
Existed: September 28, 1949[58]–present

FM 1544[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1544
Location: Nolan County
Length: 16.308 mi[59] (26.245 km)
Existed: November 15, 1979[59]–present

Farm to Market 1544 is located in Nolan County. It runs from FM 419 in Sweetwater west and south to Business I-20-M (former Loop 432).

FM 1544 was designated on November 15, 1979 on the current route.

FM 1544 (1949-1953)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1544
Location: Parker County
Existed: September 28, 1949[59]–February 6, 1953

The first use of the FM 1544 designation was in Parker County, from US 180 north to Garner. FM 1544 was cancelled on February 6, 1953 and transferred to FM 113.

FM 1544 (1952-1976)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1544
Location: Yoakum County
Existed: December 17, 1952[59]–October 15, 1976

The next use of the FM 1544 designation was in Yoakum County, from FM 396 (now FM 213), 1 mile west of the Terry County line, north to FM 1939. On June 20, 1974 the road was extended 5 miles north from FM 213 to a point south of US 82 and US 380. FM 1544 was cancelled on October 15, 1976 and became a portion of FM 1780.

FM 1545[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1545
Location: Live Oak County
Length: 6.308 mi[60] (10.152 km)
Existed: July 1, 1964[60]–present

Farm to Market Road 1545 is located in Live Oak County. It runs from SH 72, 3 miles west of US 281 in Three Rivers, southeast, southwest and north to SH 72.

FM 1545 was designated on July 1, 1964 from SH 72, 3 miles west of US 281 in Three Rivers, southeast and southwest 5.4 miles. On December 15, 1983 the road was extended north 1 mile to SH 72.

FM 1545 (1949)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1545
Location: Parker County
Existed: September 28, 1949[60]–August 1, 1973

The original FM 1545 was designated on September 28, 1949 from US 80 (now I-20) south to Anneta. FM 1545 was cancelled on August 1, 1973 and transferred to FM 5.

FM 1546[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1546
Location: Kleberg County
Length: 3.812 mi[61] (6.135 km)
Existed: July 14, 1949[61]–present

FM 1547[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1547
Location: Wheeler, Collingsworth and Hall counties
Length: 43.128 mi[60] (69.408 km)
Existed: November 11, 1949[60]–present

FM 1548[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1548
Location: Collingsworth County
Length: 2.510 mi[62] (4.039 km)
Existed: November 11, 1949[62]–present

FM 1549[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1549
Location: Atascosa and Frio counties
Length: 12.485 mi[63] (20.093 km)
Existed: October 26, 1949[63]–present

FM 1550[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1550
Location: Fannin County
Length: 16.259 mi[64] (26.166 km)
Existed: October 26, 1949[64]–present

FM 1551[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1551
Location: Hutchinson County
Length: 3.265 mi[65] (5.255 km)
Existed: May 23, 1951–present

FM 1551 (1949)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1551
Location: Fannin County
Existed: October 25, 1949–November 30, 1949

FM 1551 was designated on October 25, 1949, running from SH 78 to the Fannin-Hunt county line. On November 30, 1949, the highway was cancelled and combined with FM 816.[66]

FM 1552[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1552
Location: Fannin County
Length: 2.438 mi[67] (3.924 km)
Existed: 1949[67]–present

FM 1553[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1553
Location: Fannin County
Length: 8.363 mi[68] (13.459 km)
Existed: 1949[68]–present

FM 1554[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1554
Location: Jim Wells County
Length: 5.794 mi[69] (9.325 km)
Existed: 1949[69]–present

RM 1555[edit]

Ranch to Market Road 1555
Location: Upton and Reagan counties
Length: 20.522 mi[70] (33.027 km)
Existed: 1960[70][nb 1]–present

Ranch to Market Road 1555 (or RM 1555) is located in Upton and Reagan counties.

RM 1555 begins at an intersection with SH 349 north of Rankin. The highway runs in a slight northeast direction through rural ares of Upton County, passing the Atlas Pipeline. RM 1555 has an intersection with RM 2594 before entering Reagan County. At the Upton-Reagan county line, the highway turns at a nearly 90 degree angle and begins to run in a southeast direction. South of Jackson Lane, RM 1555 travels in a southward direction to its terminus at US 67 near Texon.

RM 1555 was designated in 1949 as FM 1555 and ran northwest from US 67 to the Reagan-Upton county line. In 1952, the highway was extended approximately 10.6 miles (17.1 km) to the west to SH 349. The last change came in 1960, when the FM 1555 designation was changed to RM 1555.

Junction list
County Location mi[71] km Destinations Notes
Upton 0.0 0.0 SH 349 – Rankin, Midland
8.4 13.5 RM 2594 north – Midkiff
Reagan 20.5 33.0 US 67 – Big Lake, Rankin
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1556[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1556
Location: Dimmit County
Length: 2.543 mi[72] (4.093 km)
Existed: 1949[72]–present

FM 1557[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1557
Location: Dimmit County
Length: 8.76 mi[73] (14.10 km)
Existed: 1949[73]–present

FM 1558[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1558
Location: Dimmit County
Length: 1.459 mi[74] (2.348 km)
Existed: 1949[74]–present

FM 1559[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1559
Location: Hutchinson County
Length: 5.305 mi[75] (8.538 km)
Existed: May 23, 1951[75]–present

FM 1559 (1946)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1559
Location: Orange County
Existed: December 10, 1946–January 16, 1950

FM 1560[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1560
Location: Bexar County
Length: 7.343 mi[76][nb 2] (11.817 km)
Existed: 1955[76]–present

Farm to Market Road 1560 (FM 1560) is a farm-to-market road in the Greater San Antonio area of Texas. The highway runs from FM 471 in extreme west San Antonio to Loop 1604 near the main campus of UTSA.

FM 1560 begins at an intersection with FM 471 in western San Antonio, near Loop 1604. The highway runs through rural areas of Bexar County to SH 16 in Helotes. The two highways share a short wrong way concurrency. After leaving SH 16, FM 1560, now signed as Hausman Road, travels through the northern part of Helotes, passing by many subdivisions. The highway turns to the east, before ending at Loop 1604, near UTSA.

The section of highway between SH 16 and Loop 1604 is usually used as a cut-off route for traffic traveling to places along Loop 1604 in the northern part of the city.

FM 1560 was originally designated as a route from SH 34 to FM 824 in Fannin County. This route existed from November 30, 1949, to October 15, 1954, before being combined with FM 1550.

The current route of FM 1560 opened on September 21, 1955. The highway ran from FM 471 to a county road in Bexar County. The highway was shortened back to Loop 1604 in 1977. On December 18, 2014, the section from Loop 1604 west to Helotes city limit was removed from the state highway system.[20]

Major intersections
The entire route is in Bexar County.

Location mi[77] km Destinations Notes
San Antonio 0.0 0.0 FM 471 (Culebra Road) / Alamo Parkway – Castroville Southern terminus of FM 1560; continues south as Alamo Parkway
Helotes 5.3 8.5 SH 16 north (Bandera Road) – Bandera South end of SH 16 overlap
5.7 9.2 SH 16 south (Bandera Road) – Leon Valley, San Antonio North end of SH 16 overlap
San Antonio 7.7 12.4 Loop 1604 (Anderson Loop) / Hausman Road Northern terminus of FM 1560; continues east as Hausman Road
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1561[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1561
Location: Cameron County
Length: 4.279 mi[78] (6.886 km)
Existed: September 1, 1965[78]–present

Farm to Market 1561 is located in Cameron County. It runs from SH 345, 3 miles south of FM 106, east to FM 803.

FM 1561 was designated on September 1, 1965 on the current route.

FM 1561 (1949-1958)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1549
Location: Starr and Hidalgo counties
Existed: November 30, 1949[60]–February 15, 1958

The first use of the FM 1561 designation was in Starr and Hidalgo counties, from FM 681 at McCook west to the Starr County line. On November 20, 1951 the road was extended 14.5 miles west to FM 755. FM 1561 was cancelled on February 15, 1958 and transferred to FM 490.

FM 1561 (1959-1964)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1549
Location: Brazoria and Galveston counties
Existed: February 15, 1959[60]–October 15, 1964

The next use of the FM 1561 designation was in Brazoria and Galveston counties, from FM 523 at Stratton Ridge northeast 5.8 miles. On January 1, 1960 the road was extended northeast 2.8 miles to Danbury Road. On December 11, 1961 the original routing was cancelled and FM 1561 was reassigned on a route from SH 288 to SH 6, replacing a section of FM 646. FM 1561 was cancelled on October 15, 1964: the section from SH 6 at Alta Loma south 3.8 miles was transferred to FM 646; the section from 3.8 miles south of SH 6 to SH 288 was transferred to FM 2004.

FM 1562[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1562
Location: Collin and Hunt counties
Length: 7.097 mi[79] (11.422 km)
Existed: November 30, 1949[79]–present

FM 1563[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1563
Location: Hunt County
Length: 12.729 mi[80] (20.485 km)
Existed: November 30, 1949[80]–present

FM 1564[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1564
Location: Hunt County
Length: 11.802 mi[81][nb 3] (18.993 km)
Existed: November 30, 1949[81]–present

Farm to Market Road 1564 (FM 1564) is a farm to market road located south of Greenville in unincorporated Hunt County, Texas.[81]

FM 1564 begins at an intersection with FM 36, approximately 1.75 mi (2.82 km) southwest of that route's junction Interstate 30.[82] The route travels eastward to an intersection with State Highway 34 (SH 34), with which it shares a brief concurrency of 0.7 mi (1.1 km). After separating from SH 34 and continuing to the east, the route crosses FM 2101, which provides access to Majors Airport to the north.[83] FM 1564 ends at a junction with U.S. Highway 69.[81] FM 1564 is two lanes for its entire length, and primarily serves agricultural traffic, but it is also used by recreational traffic bound for the northern shore of Lake Tawakoni.

FM 1564 was first designated in 1949, along what is now its eastern section, from SH 34 to US 69 south of the community of Dixon. The westward extension from SH 34 to FM 36 was approved in 1967.[81]

Major intersections
The entire route is in Hunt County.

Location mi[84]
[nb 3]
km Destinations Notes
0.0 0.0 FM 36 – Caddo Mills Western terminus
4.7 7.6 SH 34 south – Quinlan West end of SH 34 concurrency
5.4 8.7 SH 34 north – Greenville East end of SH 34 concurrency
8.4 13.5 FM 2101 – Greenville, Majors Airport
12.5 20.1 US 69 – Greenville, Point Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1565[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1565
Location: Hunt and Kaufman counties
Length: 16.485 mi[85] (26.530 km)
Existed: November 30, 1949[85]–present

FM 1566[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1566
Location: Hunt County
Length: 9.624 mi[86] (15.488 km)
Existed: November 30, 1949[86]–present

FM 1567[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1567
Location: Hunt and Hopkins counties
Length: 33.047 mi[87] (53.184 km)
Existed: November 30, 1949[87]–present

FM 1568[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1568
Location: Hunt County
Length: 6.610 mi[88] (10.638 km)
Existed: November 30, 1949[88]–present

FM 1569[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1569
Location: Hunt County
Length: 9.115 mi[89] (14.669 km)
Existed: November 30, 1949[89]–present

FM 1570[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1570
Location: Hunt County
Length: 10.890 mi[90][nb 4] (17.526 km)
Existed: November 30, 1949[90]–present

Farm to Market Road 1570, or FM 1570, is a major thoroughfare located in Hunt County, Texas, roughly along the city limits of Greenville, Texas. It is approximately 11 miles (18 km) in length and serves primarily as a route for commuters going to and from a sizeable L-3 Communications facility located at Majors Field.[90] It is signed as Jack Finney Boulevard.

The road has five lanes (four traffic lanes, plus a bidirectional left turn lane) for the approximately 5 miles (8.0 km) between U.S. Highway 69 (US 69) and State Highway 34 (SH 34). The road has two lanes and 12 ft (3.7 m) shoulders between SH 34 and SH 66. There are only 4 traffic signals on its entire length, making it the preferred route for Dallas/Fort Worth-bound commuters attempting to avoid local traffic within Greenville.

FM 1570 was designated on November 30, 1949 from SH 34 south of Greenville east 2 miles to Majors Air Field. This route was formerly War Highway 20. On March 5, 1959 the road was extended north to US 69, replacing FM 2298. On March 1, 1963 the road was extended southwest to IH 30. On August 19, 1964 the road was extended south to SH 66, replacing FM 2032.

Major intersections

The entire route is in Greenville, Hunt County.

mi[91] km Destinations Notes
0.0 0.0 SH 66 – Greenville, Caddo Mills Western terminus
3.2–
3.3
5.1–
5.3
I-30 / US 67 – Sulphur Springs, Dallas Exit 89 on I-30/US 67
6.0 9.7 SH 34 (Wesley Street) – Greenville, Quinlan
7.9 12.7 FM 2101 south – Lake Tawakoni
10.8 17.4 US 69 (Joe Ramsey Boulevard) – Celeste, Emory
11.0 17.7
Bus. US 69 (Moulton Street) – Greenville
Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1571[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1571
Location: Hunt County
Length: 4.493 mi[92] (7.231 km)
Existed: November 30, 1949[92]–present

FM 1572[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1572
Location: Kinney County
Length: 16.109 mi[93] (25.925 km)
Existed: October 28, 1953[93]–present

FM 1572 (1949)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1572
Location: Nolan and Fisher counties
Existed: November 30, 1949–November 14, 1953

FM 1572 was first designated on November 30, 1949, running from US 80 in Sweetwater north to the Nolan–Fisher county line. The highway was extended further north into Fisher County to a road intersection. On November 14, 1953, this FM 1572 was cancelled with the mileage being transferred to Farm to Market Road 419.[94]

FM 1573[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1573
Location: Sherman and Hansford counties
Length: 32.332 mi[95] (52.033 km)
Existed: November 30, 1949[95]–present

FM 1574[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1574
Location: Uvalde County
Length: 0.981 mi[96] (1.579 km)
Existed: October 15, 1965[96]–present

FM 1574 (1949)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1574
Location: Burleson County
Existed: December 29, 1949–June 11, 1965

FM 1574 was first designated on December 29, 1949. The highway ran from State Highway 21 northwest to the town of Gus. On June 11, 1965, FM 1574 was cancelled and combined with Farm to Market Road 695.[97]

FM 1575[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1575
Location: Cameron County
Length: 4.013 mi[98] (6.458 km)
Existed: December 29, 1949[98]–present

Farm to Market Road 1575 begins at an intersection with State Highway 100 near Los Fresnos. The highway runs north unincorporated areas of Cameron County before entering the town of Laureles. In Laureles, FM 1575 has an intersection with Farm to Market Road 2893 before ending at Farm to Market Road 510.

Junction list

The entire route is in Cameron County.

Location mi[99] km Destinations Notes
0.0 0.0 SH 100 – Brownsville, Port Isabel, South Padre Island
Laureles 2.5 4.0 FM 2893 (Bingley Road)
4.0 6.4 FM 510 (San Jose Road) – San Benito, Laguna Vista
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1576[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1576
Location: Hudspeth County
Length: 23.896 mi[100] (38.457 km)
Existed: 1957[100]–present

Farm to Market Road 1576 (FM 1576) is a 24-mile-long (39 km) Farm to Market Road entirely in Hudspeth County in the U.S. state of Texas maintained by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT).

FM 1576 runs from US 62 / US 180 northward before ending at Otero Co. Rd. G005 at the Texas / New Mexico state line.[100][101][102]

The FM 1576 designation was originally assigned in 1949 to a short road near Brownsville in Cameron County from SH 4 to FM 1419. This mileage was transferred to SH 4 in 1956.

In 1957, part of FM 2249 and FM 2318, to the east of Dell City, were canceled and combined to form FM 1576. FM 1576 was renumbered from FM 2318 because there was already a route in Bosque County with that number.[103] In 1960, FM 1576 had the mileage from FM 2636 added to it, and it was extended southward approximately 14.1 miles to US 62/US 180. FM 2636 went north 4 miles from US 62/US 180 before this change. In 1973, it was extended to the northeast to its current northern terminus.[100]

Major intersections
The entire route is in Hudspeth County.

Location mi[104] km Destinations Notes
0.0 0.0 US 62 / US 180 – Salt Flat, Pine Springs Southern terminus
17.4 28.0 FM 2249 – Dell City
23.9 38.5 Otero County Rd. G005 Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1577[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1577
Location: Cameron County
Length: 5.277 mi[105] (8.493 km)
Existed: December 29, 1949[105]–present

FM 1578[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1578
Location: Navarro County
Length: 2.024 mi[106] (3.257 km)
Existed: October 29, 1962[106]–present

FM 1578 (1949)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1578
Location: Cochran County
Existed: December 29, 1949–March 25, 1961

FM 1578 was first designated on December 29, 1949, running from Farm to Market Road 769 north to a road intersection in Cochran County. The highway was cancelled on March 25, 1961, with the mileage being transferred to Farm to Market Road 1169.[107]

FM 1579[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1579
Location: Fayette County
Length: 3.55 mi[108] (5.71 km)
Existed: 1949[108]–present

FM 1580[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1580
Location: Freestone County
Length: 4.367 mi[109] (7.028 km)
Existed: 1949[109]–present

FM 1581[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1581
Location: Frio County
Length: 12.714 mi[110][nb 5] (20.461 km)
Existed: 1949[110]–present

Farm to Market Road 1581 is a farm-to-market road located in Frio County. The highway was designated in 1949 and ran from FM 1465 (now FM 140) southwest on Oil Field Road. In 1952, FM 1581 was extended further southwest across the Frio River. In 1959, the highway was extended southwest again to its current southern terminus at FM 117 near Divot.

FM 1581 begins at an intersection with FM 117 near the town of Divot. The highway runs northeast through unincorporated Frio County and enters the town of Pearsall before intersecting I-35/BL I-35-E. At I-35, FM 1581 begins an overlap with BL I-35-E and run together through less developed areas of the town. FM 1581 ends at an intersection with FM 140 west of the town square.

Junction list

The entire route is in Frio County.

Location mi[111] km Destinations Notes
0.0 0.0 FM 117 – Batesville, Dilley
Pearsall 12.6–
12.7
20.3–
20.4
I-35 – San Antonio, Cotulla South end of BL I-35 overlap; I-35 exit 99
13.7 22.0 BL I-35 north / FM 140 – Uvalde, Charlotte North end of BL I-35 overlap
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1582[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1582
Location: Frio, La Salle and McMullen counties
Length: 26.139 mi[112] (42.067 km)
Existed: 1949[112]–present

Farm to Market Road 1582 is a farm-to-market road that runs from Spur 581 in Pearsall to SH 97 between Charlotte and Fowlerton.

FM 1582 begins at an intersection with Spur 581 in southern Pearsall. The highway runs southeast through rural areas of Frio County and has an intersection with SH 85 approximately 10 miles (16 km) southeast of Pearsall. FM 1582 briefly enters La Salle County before entering McMullen County, where it ends at an intersection with SH 97.

FM 1582 was designated in 1949, running from US 81 (now Spur 581) to a road intersection near the current location of SH 85. In 1958, the highway was extended further southeast to its current terminus at SH 97.

Junction list
County Location mi[113] km Destinations Notes
Frio Pearsall 0.0 0.0 Spur 581 – Derby, Pearsall
9.9 15.9 SH 85 – Charlotte, Dilley
La Salle
No major junctions
McMullen 26.1 42.0 SH 97 – Charlotte, Fowlerton
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1583[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1583
Location: Frio County
Length: 6.778 mi[114] (10.908 km)
Existed: 1949[114]–present

Farm to Market Road 1583 is a farm-to-market road located in Frio County.

FM 1583 begins at I-35/Spur 581 in Derby, with the road continuing west as County Road 4427. The highway runs southeast through rural and unincorporated areas of Frio County before ending at an intersection with SH 85.

FM 1583 was first designated in 1949, running from US 81 (current I-35/Spur 581) in Derby to a point 3.5 miles (5.6 km) southeast of US 81. In 1977, the highway was extended 3.1 miles (5.0 km) southeast to its current terminus at SH 85.

Junction list

The entire route is in Frio County.

Location mi[115] km Destinations Notes
Derby 0.0 0.0 I-35 / Spur 581 north – Cotulla, Pearsall I-35 exit 91
6.8 10.9 SH 85 – Charlotte, Dilley
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1584[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1584
Location: Howard, Borden and Dawson counties
Length: 22.45 mi[116] (36.13 km)
Existed: 1949[116]–present

Farm to Market Road 1584 is a farm-to-market road that runs from US 87 north of Big Spring to US 87 near Ackerly.

FM 1584 begins at an intersection with US 87 just north of Big Spring. The highway runs in a generally north direction, intersecting FM 846 before intersecting FM 1785 in Vealmoor. North of Vealmoor, FM 1584 briefly enters Borden County where it turns left to the west at Vealmoore Road, turns back to the north at County Road 239, and back to the west at County Road 236. The highway enters Dawson County before ending at US 87 near Ackerly.

FM 1584 was designated on December 29, 1949, running north from US 87 to the Howard-Borden county line north of Vealmoor. On November 20, 1951, the highway was extended north and west to the Borden-Dawson county line. On August 20, 1952, FM 1584 was extended east to its current terminus at US 87 near Ackerly.

Junction list
County Location mi[117] km Destinations Notes
Howard 0.0 0.0 US 87 – Big Spring, Lamesa
4.6 7.4 FM 846 – Knott, Gail
Vealmoor 11.6 18.7 FM 1785
Borden
No major junctions
Dawson 22.5 36.2 US 87 – Big Spring, Lamesa
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1585[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1585
Location: Cochran, Hockley, and Lubbock counties
Length: 80.568 mi[118][nb 6] (129.662 km)
Existed: 1949[118]–present

Farm to Market Road 1585 (FM 1585) is a Farm to Market Road located in the South Plains region of Texas. The section of highway between U.S. Highway 62/U.S. Highway 82 (US 62/US 82) and US 87 has seen rapid growth along its route in the past few years, as Lubbock expands southward.

FM 1585 begins at an intersection with FM 769 at the Texas-New Mexico state line, south of Bledsoe. The highway travels through rural areas of Cochran County, intersecting with SH 214. FM 1585 shares a short overlap with FM 1780 before entering into Hockley County. The highway shares another overlap, this time with FM 300, southwest of Levelland. FM 1585 intersects with US 385 south of Levelland, maintaining its rural route. Crossing into Lubbock County, FM 1585 shares a short overlap with US 62/US 82 southwest of Wolfforth. A few miles east of here, FM 1585 enters into the city of Lubbock, running along the southernmost boundary of the city. The highway leaves the Lubbock city limits just west of the US 87 intersection. East of US 87, FM 1585 becomes a rural route once again, ending at an intersection with US 84 just north of Slaton.

FM 1585 was designated on December 29, 1949, from FM 1316 2 miles south of Wolfforth and ran east for 5 miles. On January 18, 1952, FM 1585 extended east 12.5 miles to US 84. On November 21, 1956, FM 1585 extended west 3.3 miles to US 62. On October 31, 1957, FM 1585 extended west to FM 300 (now FM 303), replacing FM 2010 which started at FM 1632 (now FM 168).[119] On July 11, 1968, FM 1585 extended west to FM 1780. On May 7, 1970, FM 1585 extended west to FM 769, replacing FM 3024 which started at FM 769.[120]

Major intersections

County Location mi[121] km Destinations Notes
Cochran 0.0 0.0 FM 769 – Bledsoe
13.8 22.2 SH 214 – Morton, Plains
26.2 42.2 FM 1780 south – Seagraves West end of FM 1780 overlap
26.8 43.1 FM 1780 north – Whiteface East end of FM 1780 overlap
Hockley 33.9 54.6 FM 303 south – Sundown West end of FM 303 overlap
34.3 55.2 FM 303 north – Levelland East end of FM 303 overlap
40.9 65.8 US 385 – Levelland, Brownfield
44.0 70.8 FM 3261 north West end of FM 3261 overlap
45.3 72.9 FM 3261 south East end of FM 3261 overlap
47.4 76.3 FM 2646
53.4 85.9 FM 168 – Smyer, Ropesville
58.4 94.0 FM 2378 north
Lubbock 60.4 97.2 US 62 east / US 82 east – Wolfforth, Lubbock West end of US 62/82 overlap
62.1 99.9 US 62 west / US 82 east – Brownfield East end of US 62/82 overlap
65.4 105.3 FM 179 – Wolfforth, Lamesa
Lubbock 70.4 113.3 FM 1730 (Slide Road)
74.9 120.5 US 87 (Tahoka Highway) – Lubbock, Tahoka
78.6 126.5 FM 3431 north
83.2 133.9 US 84 – Lubbock, Slaton
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1586[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1586
Location: Gonzales County
Length: 2.755 mi[122] (4.434 km)
Existed: 1950[122]–present

FM 1587[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1587
Location: Knox and Haskell counties
Existed: January 27, 1950–August 29, 1990[123]

Farm to Market Road 1587 is a former farm-to-market road that was located in Knox and Haskell counties. No highway currently uses the FM 1587 designation.

FM 1587 was designated on January 27, 1950, running southeast from US 277 to the Knox-Haskell county line. On July 28, 1955, the highway was extended further southeast another 5.6 miles (9.0 km) to FM 1720. On May 24, 1962, a section of FM 1587 was transferred to FM 266.[124] On August 29, 1990, the highway was cancelled with the mileage being transferred to SH 222.[125]

FM 1588[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1588
Location: Maverick County
Length: 3.507 mi[126] (5.644 km)
Existed: 1950[126]–present

FM 1589[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1589
Location: Maverick County
Length: 2.068 mi[127] (3.328 km)
Existed: 1950[127]–present

FM 1590[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1590
Location: Maverick County
Length: 4.025 mi[128] (6.478 km)
Existed: 1950[128]–present

FM 1591[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1591
Location: Maverick County
Length: 2.197 mi[129] (3.536 km)
Existed: 1950[129]–present

FM 1592[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1592
Location: Sabine County
Length: 8.715 mi[130] (14.025 km)
Existed: 1950[130]–present

FM 1593[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1593
Location: Jackson and Calhoun counties
Length: 22.82 mi[131] (36.73 km)
Existed: 1950[131]–present

FM 1594[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1594
Location: Foard County
Length: 8.208 mi[132] (13.209 km)
Existed: 1950[132]–present

FM 1595[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1595
Location: Cameron County
Length: 2.218 mi[133] (3.570 km)
Existed: 1950[133]–present

FM 1596[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1596
Location: Live Oak County
Length: 8.014 mi[134] (12.897 km)
Existed: 1950[134]–present

FM 1597[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1597
Location: Jones County
Length: 5.102 mi[135] (8.211 km)
Existed: July 28, 1955[135]–present

FM 1597 (1950)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1597
Location: Hopkins County
Existed: August 28, 1950–January 16, 1953

FM 1597 (1952)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1597
Location: Colorado County
Existed: December 17, 1952–March 23, 1954

FM 1598[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1598
Location: Moore and Hutchinson counties
Length: 12.081 mi[136] (19.442 km)
Existed: May 30, 1950[136]–present

FM 1599[edit]

Farm to Market Road 1599
Location: Cameron County
Length: 2.213 mi[137] (3.561 km)
Existed: December 29, 1949[137]–present

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ RM 1555 was originally FM 1555 from 1949 to 1960.
  2. ^ The certified length given is shorter than the actual mileage as the TxDOT description of FM 1560 considers to be discontinuous at rather than concurrent with SH 16 in Helotes.
  3. ^ a b The certified length given is shorter than the actual mileage, as the TxDOT description of FM 1564 considers it to be discontinuous at SH 34.
  4. ^ The certified length given is shorter than the actual length as the TxDOT description of FM 1570 considers to be discontinuous at the I-30/US 67 frontage road instead of concurrent with it.
  5. ^ The certified length given is shorter than the actual mileage, as the TxDOT description of FM 1581 considers it to be discontinuous at BL I-35-E instead of concurrent with it.
  6. ^ The certified length given is shorter than the actual mileage, as the TxDOT description of FM 1585 considers it to be discontinuous at rather concurrent with FM 1780, FM 303 and US 62/US 82.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Transportation Planning and Programming Division (n.d.). "Farm to Market Road No. 1500". Highway Designation Files. Texas Department of Transportation. Retrieved 5 June 2017. 
  2. ^ a b Transportation Planning and Programming Division (n.d.). "Farm to Market Road No. 1501". Highway Designation Files. Texas Department of Transportation. Retrieved 5 June 2017. 
  3. ^ a b Transportation Planning and Programming Division (n.d.). "Farm to Market Road No. 1502". Highway Designation Files. Texas Department of Transportation. Retrieved 5 June 2017. 
  4. ^ a b Transportation Planning and Programming Division (n.d.). "Farm to Market Road No. 1503". Highway Designation Files. Texas Department of Transportation. Retrieved 5 June 2017. 
  5. ^ a b Transportation Planning and Programming Division (n.d.). "Farm to Market Road No. 1504". Highway Designation Files. Texas Department of Transportation. Retrieved 5 June 2017. 
  6. ^ a b Transportation Planning and Programming Division (n.d.). "Farm to Market Road No. 1505". Highway Designation Files. Texas Department of Transportation. Retrieved 5 June 2017. 
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