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.
The routing of FM 1517 was designated in 1949. 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.
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. However, the road is still signed.
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. 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. 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.
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.
FM 1523 was designated in Camp County in 1949 from SH 11 at Newsome to a road intersection. In 1951, this route was removed from the state highway system. The currently designated FM 1523 was established in 1951.
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 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. 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.
Historically, another FM 1535 was designated in Freestone County from FM 80 south of Teague west and south to a road intersection in 1949. This route was never constructed due to lack of funding and the designation was relinquished in 1955.
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.
FM 1564 begins at an intersection with FM 36, approximately 1.75 mi (2.82 km) southwest of that route's junction Interstate 30. 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. FM 1564 ends at a junction with U.S. Highway 69. 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.
The entire route is in Hunt County.
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. It is signed as Jack Finney Boulevard.
FM 1570 was designated from SH 34 east 2 miles (3.2 km) to Majors Air Field. This route was formerly War Highway 20. In 1959, FM 1570 extended north to US 69, replacing FM 2298 on that route. In 1963, FM 1570 extended west to Interstate 30. In 1964, FM 1570 extended north to SH 66, replacing FM 2032 on that route.
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. 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.
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 east 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). 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.