Farm to Market Road 4
|Length:||116.189 mi (186.988 km)|
|Existed:||March 26, 1942 – present|
|South end:||SH 81 at Grandview|
|SH 337 at Graford|
|North end:||US 380 at Jacksboro|
|Counties:||Johnson, Hood, Palo Pinto, Jack|
Farm to Market Road 4, Farm Road 4, or FM 4 is a Texas state road that runs from Grandview north and west to Jacksboro. FM 4 was designated in March 1942. FM 4 is, as of 2012, one of the longest Farm to Market Roads in the state of Texas.
FM 4 begins at its southern terminus with Texas State Highway 81, in Grandview. FM 4 then proceeds through Grandview, and passes the Grandview Cemetery. FM 4 passes several small communities and several large farms before reaching the city of Cleburne. It passes through the Rose Hill Cemetery, before concurring with Texas State Highway 171/Texas State Highway 174. FM 4 then passes through downtown Cleburne, before reaching the end of the concurrency, just north of downtown. FM 4 then passes several small neighborhoods, and Cleburne Municipal Airport, before exiting Cleburne at its junction with US 67.
FM 4 then proceeds through rolling, hilly farmland of North Texas, passing a few small communities and concurring and intersecting with several other farm roads and county roads. FM 4 then proceeds through Acton, before passing through Granbury, Lipan, Santo, Palo Pinto, and reaching its northern terminus at Jacksboro.
The route was designated on March 26, 1942 between Santo and U.S. Highway 80, replacing Spur 40. The route was extended to Lone Camp later that day. The route was extended north to U.S. Highway 180 on September 6, 1945, replacing FM 130. The route was extended southeast to Granbury on October 23, 1949, replacing FM 7. On February 6, 1953, the route had been extended north to a road intersection south of the Brazos River, replacing FM 1193. On December 19, 1955, the route had been extended north across the river to Graford, replacing FM 1194. On December 20, 1984, it was extended north to Jacksboro, replacing a former route of FM 206. On February 25, 1985, it extended south to then U.S. Highway 81 (now SH 81) at Grandview, replacing Farm to Market Road 208 and a former route of FM 110.
|Johnson||Grandview||0.0||0.0||SH 81||Southern terminus|
|13.6||21.9||SH 171 / SH 174||Southern terminus of SH 171/SH 174 concurrency|
Bus. US 67 east
Bus. US 67 west
|15.7||25.3||SH 171 / SH 174||Northern terminus of SH 171/SH 174 concurrency|
|||25.5||41.0||FM 2331||Southern terminus of FM 2331 concurrency|
|||26.3||42.3||FM 2331||Northern terminus of FM 2331 concurrency|
|Hood||Acton||35.5||57.1||FM 167 (Fall Creek Highway)||Southern terminus of FM 167 concurrency|
|36.1||58.1||FM 167 (Fall Creek Highway)||Northern terminus of FM 167 concurrency|
|Granbury||38.9||62.6||US 377||Eastern terminus of US 377 concurrency|
|40.9||65.8||US 377||Western terminus of US 377 concurrency|
Bus. US 377 (Pearl Street)
|Eastern terminus of US 377 Bus. concurrency|
Bus. US 377 (Pearl Street)
|Western terminus of US 377 Bus. concurrency|
|42.6||68.6||FM 51 (North Houston Street)||Southern terminus of FM 51 concurrency|
|43.1||69.4||FM 51 (North Houston Street)||Northern terminus of FM 51 concurrency|
|Thorp Spring||46.4||74.7||FM 2580 (Tin Top Highway)|
|||57.1||91.9||FM 1543 (Rocky Branch Highway)|
|Lipan||61||98||FM 1189 (Dennis Road)||Eastern terminus of FM 1189 concurrency|
|61.2||98.5||FM 1189 (S. Caddo Street)||Western terminus of FM 1189 concurrency|
|Palo Pinto||||65.9||106.1||US 281|
|Palo Pinto||89.1||143.4||US 180 (Cedar Street)||Western terminus of US 180 concurrency|
|89.6||144.2||US 180||Eastern terminus of US 180 concurrency|
|||102.5||165.0||SH 254||Western terminus of SH 254 concurrency|
|104||167||SH 254 (West Lee Avenue)||Eastern terminus of SH 254 concurrency|
|Jack||||114||183||FM 2210 (Bartons Chapel Road)|
|Jacksboro||124.6||200.5||US 380||Northern terminus|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
Note that the total mileage when listed by junctions does not agree with the total mileage certified by the Texas Department of Transportation because the number given by TxDOT does not include concurrencies.
- Transportation Planning and Programming Division (n.d.). "Farm to Market Road No. 4". Highway Designation Files. Texas Department of Transportation. Retrieved 2008-08-25.
- Overview Map of Farm to Market Road 4 Distances Between Intersections (Map). Google Maps.
- "State Highway Loop No. 40". Archived from the original on 2012-10-13. Retrieved 2011-08-14.
- "Farm to Market Road No. 206". Archived from the original on 2011-05-26. Retrieved 2010-04-05.
- "Farm to Market Road No. 208". Archived from the original on 2011-05-26. Retrieved 2010-04-05.
- "Farm to Market Road No. 110". Archived from the original on 2011-05-26. Retrieved 2010-04-05.
- "Texas' Top Ten Roads". Retrieved 2008-08-23.