List of Farm to Market Roads in Texas (400–499)

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Interstates: Interstate Highway X (IH-X, I-X)
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State: State Highway X (SH X)
Loops: Loop X
Spurs: Spur X
Recreational: Recreational Road X (RE X)
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to Market Roads:
Farm to Market Road X (FM X)
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Farm to Market Roads in Texas are owned and maintained by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT).

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FM 400[edit]

Farm to Market Road 400
Location: Lynn, Lubbock, Hale, Swisher counties
Length: 85.417 mi[1] (137.465 km)
Existed: June 25, 1945[1]–present

FM 400 is an 85-mile-long (137 km) farm to market road in northern Texas running from an interchange with US 87 near Tahoka to FM 145 near Kress. The highway runs around the east side of Lubbock.

FM 401[edit]

Farm to Market Road 401
Location: Childress
Length: 1.159 mi[2] (1.865 km)
Existed: March 15, 1970[2]–present

FM 401 is a farm to market road in and around Childress. It runs 1.2 miles (1.9 km) and is located entirely in Childress County. It begins at an intersection with US 287 (Avenue F) and 7th Street in downtown Childress, heads north along 7th Street to a T-intersection with FM 3181 north of the city.[3] The highway was designated in 1970.[2]

FM 401 (1945–1964)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 401
Location: Lubbock and Hale counties
Existed: June 25, 1945–December 1, 1964[2]

The first incarnation of FM 401 existed in Lubbock and Hale counties. Created on June 25, 1945, it ran originally only in Lubbock County from US 84 two miles (3.2 km) northwest of Shallowater to the Hale County line. Two weeks later on July 9, it was extended north into Hale County to FM 54. It would follow this routing until December 1964 when the entire road was transferred to FM 179.[2]

FM 402[edit]

Farm to Market Road 402
Location: Terry County
Length: 16.265 mi[4] (26.176 km)
Existed: June 25, 1945[4]–present

FM 402 is a 16.3-mile-long (26.2 km) farm to market road in rural Terry County in western Texas. The highway begins at an intersection with FM 213 and County Road 856 about one and a half miles (2.4 km) west of the city of Wellman. FM 402 heads north with two slight S curves to the west before intersecting US 82/US 380 ten miles (16 km) west of Brownfield. The highway reaches the settlement of Johnson before curving to the east at FM 3262 and then curving back to the north to reach its terminus at FM 303.[5]

The highway was created in June 1945 running from what was then US 62 and US 380 to the community of Johnson for a length of three miles (4.8 km). About three years later in December 1948, the road was extended south to a point west of Wellman which is now the road's current southern terminus. Four years later in December 1952, the road was extended north past Johnson to a point along what was then FM 300 bringing the total length of the road to 22.3 miles (35.9 km). However, three months later in February 1953, FM 300 would take over the northernmost six miles (9.7 km) of FM 402 leading to the configuration that FM 402 follows today. FM 300 has since been renumbered FM 303.[4]

FM 403[edit]

Farm to Market Road 403
Location: Gaines CountyBrownfield
Length: 17.136 mi[6] (27.578 km)
Existed: June 25, 1945[6]–present

FM 403 is a farm to market road in Gaines and Terry counties in western Texas. The 17.2-mile (27.7 km) highway begins at an intersection with SH 83 and County Road 664 in northeastern Gaines County and travels north through the county for three miles (4.8 km) before making an S curve to the west where it enters Terry County. The highway makes another S curve to the west before intersecting FM 213 and passing through the community of Foster before ending on the city limit line of Brownfield at an intersection with US 62/US 385 and SH 137.[7]

In June 1945, the highway designated from its current northern terminus south to Foster for a length of seven miles (11 km). The road was extended south to the Gaines–Terry county line in July 1948 and to its current southern terminus in June 1951.[6]

FM 404[edit]

Farm to Market Road 404
Location: Victoria and Calhoun counties
Existed: June 12, 1945–December 18, 1990[8]

FM 404 was a farm to market road that existed from 1945 to 1990 in southeastern Texas. The southern terminus of the road had always been in Green Lake at SH 35. From the time of its designation on June 12, 1945 until July 9 of the same year, its northern terminus was at the CalhounVictoria county line (with the road being entirely in Calhoun County). On July 9, the road was extended north through Bloomington and Pleasant Valley to the city of Victoria at US 87.[9] The route would exist in this form until December 1990 when the entire route was replaced by SH 185.[8]

FM 405[edit]

Farm to Market Road 405
Location: DodgeRiverside
Length: 8.507 mi[10] (13.691 km)
Existed: June 11, 1945[10]–present

FM 405 is a 8.5-mile-long (13.7 km) farm to market road entirely in Walker County. The road's southern terminus is at US 190 near the community of Dodge and within the confines of the Sam Houston National Forest. The route heads north through unincorporated lands (mostly pine forests) before ending in the city of Riverside at SH 19.[11] It was created on June 11, 1945 and has not changed since its original designation.[10]

FM 406[edit]

Farm to Market Road 406
Location: Grayson County
Length: 3.878 mi[12] (6.241 km)
Existed: December 15, 1983[12]–present

FM 406 is a 3.9-mile-long (6.3 km) farm to market road running from SH 289 in the community of Fink to FM 84 in northern Grayson County, just south of Lake Texoma and the Oklahoma state line.[13] The designation was assigned in late 1983 between FM 120 in Fink to FM 84, similar to how it runs today (but at a total length of 4.0 miles (6.4 km)).[12]

FM 406 (1945–1962)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 406
Location: Orange County
Existed: June 11, 1945–June 1, 1962[12]

The first FM 406 existed from 1945 until 1962. During its existence, it had always been a north-south located in Orange County west of Orange. At the time of its original designation in June 1945, it traveled from SH 87 to the community of Peveto. In October 1953, the road was extended northeastward by 1.3 miles (2.1 km) bringing the total length of the highway to 7.5 miles (12.1 km). After existing in this configuration for about a year, the road was extended northeast to FM 1130 but this extension would be short-lived as by April 1955, the highway from Peveto to FM 1130 was redesignated as FM 1078. The entire route would be deleted in June 1962 having been fully replaced by SH 62.[12]

FM 407[edit]

Farm to Market Road 407
Location: Wise and Denton counties
Length: 29.792 mi[14] (47.946 km)
Existed: May 23, 1951[14]–present

FM 407 is located in Wise and Denton counties. It runs from US 81/US 287 in New Fairview to I-35E/US 77 in Lewisville. There is a brief concurrency with FM 156.

FM 407 (1945)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 407
Location: Orange County
Existed: June 11, 1945–December 10, 1946[14]

The original FM 407 was designated on June 11, 1945 from Orange north 2.3 miles. FM 407 was cancelled on December 10, 1946; it is unknown if the route was signed or constructed.

FM 408[edit]

Farm to Market Road 408
Location: Bridge CityOrangefield
Length: 3.166 mi[15] (5.095 km)
Existed: June 11, 1945[15]–present

FM 408 is a 3.2-mile-long (5.1 km) farm to market road connecting Bridge City at FM 1442 (Roundbunch Road) to Orangefield at FM 105 (Orangefield Road). The highway begins at its south end along Miller Drive and travels due north. After exiting the city limits, the road makes a reverse curve to the west and resumes traveling north. It travels through the center of Orangefield before it ends at FM 105 which is technically within the city limits of Orange.[16][17]

The highway has generally followed the same routing it had at the time of its creation in June 1945. At that time, it traveled from SH 87 (now SH 73, SH 87, and Texas Avenue) in Bridge City then west along Roundbunch Road before resuming its current routing to Orangefield, but ending at a location just slightly south of where it ends today. As a result of a slight relocation of FM 105, FM 408 was extended north to its current northern terminus in 1966 and truncated to its current southern terminus in 1987 with FM 1442 replacing Roundbunch Road from SH 73 / SH 87 to Miller Drive. In the 1940s, the road was proposed to be signed as a State Highway but was changed back to a FM Road; it is not known if the road was signed as a State Highway.[15]

FM 409[edit]

Farm to Market Road 409
Location: Fannin County
Length: 7.785 mi[18] (12.529 km)
Existed: May 18, 1982[18]–present

FM 409 is a designation that has been used four times. The current use is in Fannin County, from FM 2029, one and a half miles (2.4 km) south of Telephone to FM 100.[19]

FM 409 (1945-1953)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 409
Location: Orange County
Existed: June 11, 1945–January 29, 1953[18]

The first use of the FM 409 designation was in Orange County, from SH 87 west to FM 408 at Orangefield. FM 409 was cancelled on January 29, 1953 and transferred to FM 105.

FM 409 (1955)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 409
Location: Briscoe County
Existed: April 1, 1955–October 15, 1955[18]

The second use of the FM 409 designation was in Briscoe County, from FM 598, 4.3 miles north of the Floyd County line, west to the Swisher County line. This designation was short-lived as FM 409 was cancelled six months later and transferred to FM 145.

FM 409 (1956-1977)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 409
Location: Potter and Randall counties
Existed: November 1, 1956–December 15, 1977[18]

The third use of the FM 409 designation was in Potter and Randall counties, from the south city limit of Amarillo along Bell Street south to US 60/US 87. FM 409 was cancelled on December 15, 1977 and removed from the highway system.

FM 410[edit]

Farm to Market Road 410
Location: Red River County
Length: 52.951 mi[20] (85.216 km)
Existed: June 22, 1945[20]–present

FM 410 is a 53-mile-long (85 km) farm to market road entirely in Red River County. The two-lane road mainly travels through rural, barren lands of northeastern Texas except where it passes through the city of Detroit. It begins in the southwestern corner of the county at FM 196. It travels north coming to a short 180-foot (55 m) concurrency with US 271 between Deport and Bogata. FM 410 continues north intersecting some local and other farm to market roads before it enters Detroit. Through this city, FM 410 carries the name 1st Street and also intersects US 82. Near the northern city limits, the road passes the Detroit High School. The road continues north forming a 380-foot (116 m) with FM 195 before FM 410 continues north towards the Red River. As it approaches the river and the Oklahoma border, FM 410 begins to curve to the east and later towards the southeast. The highway ends at FM 195 near the community of Blakeney.[21]

When the road was created in June 1945, the road only traveled from US 82 in Detroit to Kanawha, north of Woodland. The road would be extended five miles (8.0 km) south from Detroit in May 1951 before being extended at both ends in December of the same year. The road extended south to FM 411 near Fulbright and north to West Scrap (now known as Kiomatia). After taking over the north-south section of FM 411 from Fulbright to US 271 in January 1953, the road was extended further south to Morris Chapel in December 1954. In December 1962; FM 410 took over the entire routing of FM 862 from West Scrap to the easternmost intersection with FM 195. The final extension occurred in September 1968 when its southern terminus was moved 4.4 miles (7.1 km) to the south and west to end at FM 196.[20]

Major junctions:
The entire route is in Red River County.

Location mi[21] km Destinations Notes
  0.0 0.0 FM 196 to SH 37 – Cunningham
Rugby 7.2 11.6 US 271 east – Bogata Southern end of US 271 concurrency
7.2 11.6 US 271 west – Deport Northern end of US 271 concurrency
  8.7 14.0 FM 1149 west – Deport Eastern terminus of FM 1149
  10.8 17.4 FM 411 east – Fulbright Western terminus of FM 411
  17.1 27.5 FM 194 west – Blossom Eastern terminus of FM 194
Detroit 19.0 30.6 US 82 (Garner Drive) – Paris, Clarksville
19.6 31.5 FM 3281 east (North McAllister Street) Western terminus of FM 3281
Woodland 29.8 48.0 FM 195 west – Paris Southern end of FM 195 concurrency
29.8 48.0 FM 195 east – Kanawha Northern end of FM 195 concurrency
  52.9 85.1 FM 195
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


FM 411[edit]

Farm to Market Road 411
Location: Fulbright
Length: 4.533 mi[22] (7.295 km)
Existed: June 22, 1945[22]–present

FM 411 is a 4 12-mile-long (7.2 km) east-west connector between FM 410 and SH 37 (at a point about four and a half miles (7.2 km) north of Bogata) entirely in Red River County. In addition, it provides access to the community of Fulbright. Except for the area around Fulbright at FM 411's intersection at County Road 1240, the road travels through sparse rural areas throughout its entire length.[23]

At the time of its original designation in June 1945, FM 411 traveled a much longer distance than it does today. It originally traveled from US 271 east of Deport and headed north along what is now FM 410, then traveled east along its current routing, finally heading northeast towards Clarksville along what is now SH 37. At one point, this entire route was considered to become a State Highway; it is unknown if the road was ever signed as such. In February 1946, SH 37 was designated on its current alignment leaving FM 411 to only run from US 271 to SH 37. By 1953, FM 410 had taken over the north-south portion of the road leaving FM 411 along its current alignment.[22]

FM 412[edit]

Farm to Market Road 412
Location: BoxelderClarksville
Length: 15.878 mi[24] (25.553 km)
Existed: June 22, 1945[24]–present

FM 412 is a 16-mile-long (26 km) farm to market road in Red River County. The backwards-L-shaped road in the southeast corner of the county travels from the community of Boxelder at FM 44 to the west and north to US 82 just east of Clarksville. The road travels through mostly ranch areas with some wooded areas near its southern end.[25] The designation was assigned in June 1945 as a spur from US 82 to the ranch settlement of Petersburg. It was extended three times: 1949, 1957, and 1963 when it reached its current length.[24]

FM 413[edit]

Farm to Market Road 413
Location: RosebudKosse
Length: 28.954 mi[26] (46.597 km)
Existed: June 30, 1945[26]–present

FM 413 is a farm to market road that runs from Rosebud, Falls County to Kosse, Limestone County by way of Reagan. The road runs about 29 miles (47 km) in a southwest to northeast orientation. The highway begins just outside the eastern Rosebud city limits at Loop 265 heading southeast briefly but soon curves to the northeast. In Wilderville, there is a brief 240-foot-long (73 m) concurrency with FM 2027. After crossing the Brazos River, there is an intersection with FM 1373 and it passes through the community of Highbank. In Highbank, there is a 14-mile-long (0.40 km) spur road of FM 413 following a former alignment of the main road. The road continues northeast to Reagan where there is an interchange with the southbound lanes of SH 6. Access to and from SH 6 northbound is provided through the original alignment of SH 6 in Reagan. After intersecting three more minor farm to market roads in Falls County, the highway enters Limestone County and ends at SH 14 in the city of Kosse.[27]

The highway was first designated in June 1945 running from Highbank to Reagan. Three years later, it was extended northeast to Kosse. It would undergo two extensions in the 1950s: in 1953 to Wilderville and in 1957 to Rosebud. Minor realignments have occurred since then.[26]


Major intersections

County Location mi km Destinations Notes
Falls Rosebud 0.0–
0.1
0.0–
0.2
Loop 265 – Pleasant Grove, Rosebud
Wilderville 6.1 9.8 FM 2027 south – Baileyville Southern end of FM 2027 concurrency
6.1 9.8 FM 2027 north – Cedar Springs Northern end of FM 2027 concurrency
  10.5–
10.6
16.9–
17.1
FM 1373 – Bremond
Reagan 17.7 28.5 SH 6 south Interchange; access to and from southbound SH 6 only
  22.3 35.9 FM 1771 north Southern terminus of FM 1771
  24.7 39.8 FM 2413 south Northern terminus of FM 2413
Alto Springs 26.5 42.6 FM 2745 north Southern terminus of FM 2745
Limestone Kosse 29.0 46.7 SH 14 (Mignonette Street) / Filmore Street – Groesbeck, Bremond
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 414[edit]

Farm to Market Road 414
Location: Shelby County
Length: 6.695 mi[28] (10.775 km)
Existed: June 11, 1945[28]–present

FM 414 is a 6.7-mile-long (10.8 km) spur road of SH 87 in Shelby County. The heads east from its western terminus at SH 87 at a point between Center and Shelbyville to the community of Campi School just outside the Sabine National Forest border.[29] The road was designated in June 1945 along all of its current route (though the western terminus's cross road was US 96 at the time).[28]

FM 415[edit]

Farm to Market Road 415
Location: StockmanTimpson
Length: 7.848 mi[30] (12.630 km)
Existed: June 11, 1945[30]–present

FM 415 is a 7.8-mile-long (12.6 km) farm to market road connecting FM 138 in Stockman to SH 87 just south of Timpson. The entire road is in western Shelby County.[31] The road, numbered in June 1945, has not changed since its initial designation.[30]

FM 416[edit]

Farm to Market Road 416
Location: Freestone and Navarro counties
Length: 15.535 mi[32] (25.001 km)
Existed: September 15, 1968[32]–present

FM 416 is a 15 12-mile-long (24.9 km) farm to market road in Freestone and Navarro counties generally following the southern shoreline of the Richland-Chambers Reservoir. The road begins at the intersection of SH 75 and Runnells Street on the border of Streetman, Freestone County and heads north almost immediately entering Navarro County. The road soon curves to the east where it intersects numerous access roads to the reservoir. After passing through the community of Winkler, it heads back into Freestone County and passes through an unnamed settlement featuring numerous businesses, churches, and ranch homes. FM 416 ends at an intersection with FM 488 just south of the reservoir's dam.[33] The designation was applied in September 1968 by replacing a portion of FM 246 and has not changed since then.[32]

FM 416 (1945–1966)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 416
Location: Paxton
Length: 3.4 mi[32] (5.5 km)
Existed: June 11, 1945–September 15, 1966[32]

The original FM 416 existed in the area of Paxton, Shelby County from June 1945 to September 1966. The road ran a distance of 3.4 miles (5.5 km) from Paxton Center Road to US 84 in Paxton. The designation was deleted upon the overlay of FM 699 in 1966 when it was extended north from its former terminus.[32]

FM 417[edit]

Farm to Market Road 417
Location: ChoiceHuxley
Length: 19.210 mi[34] (30.915 km)
Existed: June 11, 1945[34]–present

FM 417 is a 19-mile-long (31 km) farm to market road in Shelby County running from US 96 near the community of Choice to FM 139 in the town of Huxley within the confines of the Sabine National Forest. The highway travels east from its western terminus for about one mile (1.6 km) before turning north at FM 2140. After heading through a reverse curve featuring a grade crossing with the Timber Rock Railroad, FM 417 heads north and northeast through a mix of forest and ranch lands. It intersects FM 2975 at its northern terminus before continuing to Shelbyville. In Shelbyville, there is a 700-foot (210 m) concurrency with SH 87. Continuing east from the end of the concurrency, FM 417 intersects FM 2694 at the latter's western terminus and enters Sabine National Forest upon crossing the Beauchamp Creek. Though within a national forest, most of the southern side of the road features small ranches. The road enters the town limits of Huxley, a town whose borders generally follow local roads, then ends at FM 139 less than a mile from Toledo Bend Reservoir.[35]

The highway was first designated in June 1945 running 2.8 miles (4.5 km) southwest from Shelbyville. In 1949, the road was extended further west to what was then a proposed routing of US 96 (US 96 at the time ran along SH 87) bringing the total length to 7.1 miles (11.4 km). Two other changes occurred in the early 1950s leaving the total length of the road as 9.3 miles (15.0 km). This configuration would last until September 1968 when FM 417 took over all of FM 1820 northeast of Shelbyville. Since the extension east, the road has not undergone any major changes.[34]

FM 418[edit]

Farm to Market Road 418
Location: KountzeSilsbee
Length: 12.087 mi[36] (19.452 km)
Existed: June 13, 1945[36]–present

FM 418 is a 12-mile-long (19 km) farm to market road entirely in Hardin County. The road begins at the intersection of 5th Street and U.S. Highways 69 and 287 in Kountze. After passing through a residential neighborhood of Kountze, the road heads east through more rural areas of the county crossing the Village Creek. Following the crossing of the creek, it enters the community of Reeves containing a mix of residences and ranches. It also intersects FM 1122 in the community. Now traveling in a southeasterly direction, FM 418 enters the city of Silsbee passing through its northern reaches. Northeast of the city center, the road intersects FM 92 at North 5th Street. The road heads through a wooded area still within the city limits as it curves to the south and ends at an intersection with US 96 Bus.[37]

The highway was designated in June 1945 running in the vicinity of Kountze for a total distance of 7.4 miles (11.9 km). Two years later in August 1947, the road was shortened to a length of 2.4 miles (3.9 km) traveling along its current route today starting at US 69/US 287. In March 1950, the road was extended across Village Creek through Reeves to end at FM 92 in Silsbee. The last change to the road would occur in July 1965 when FM 418 was extended from FM 92 to what is now its eastern terminus, the cross road then being US 96.[36]

FM 419[edit]

Farm to Market Road 419
Location: Nolan and Fisher counties
Length: 27.801 mi[38] (44.741 km)
Existed: May 23, 1951[38]–present

FM 419 is located in Nolan and Fisher counties. It runs on a zigzagging route from BL I-20 and Bus. SH 70 (formerly US 80) in Sweetwater to US 180 in Roby.[39]

FM 419 was designated on May 23, 1951 from US 180 at Roby southwest to a road intersection for a distance of 7.6 miles (12.2 km). The only change was on November 4, 1953 when the road was extended 21.1 miles (34.0 km) southwest and south to US 80 at Sweetwater, replacing FM 1572.[38]

FM 419 (1945)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 419
Location: Hardin County
Existed: June 13, 1945–March 21, 1950

The original FM 419 was designated on June 13, 1945 from Silsbee northwest to Reeves. FM 419 was cancelled on March 21, 1950 and combined with FM 418.

FM 420[edit]

Farm to Market Road 420
Location: McKinney
Length: 3.858 mi[40] (6.209 km)
Existed: June 13, 1945[40]–present

FM 420 is a 3.9-mile-long (6.3 km) spur road from U.S. Highways 69 and 287 east to the unincorporated community of McKinney in northern Hardin County. Starting at the pair of U.S. Highways between Kountze and Village Mills, the road heads east passing the visitors center for the Big Thicket National Preserve and a pair of RV parks. It winds its way east with the preserve being located on the north side of the road before it ends in a small clearing where some houses and a cemetery are located, the community of McKinney. State maintenance and the FM 420 designation ends at the intersection of McNeely Road and Jordan Road.[41] The highway has not changed since its initial designation in June 1945.[40]

FM 421[edit]

Farm to Market Road 421
Location: Sour LakeLumberton
Length: 13.117 mi[42] (21.110 km)
Existed: June 13, 1945[42]–present

FM 421 is a 13.1-mile-long (21.1 km) farm to market road in Hardin County. The highway runs from SH 326 near Sour Lake through the community of Ariola to Lumberton where it intersects US 69/US 287 and ends at US 69.[43] The easternmost 0.9 miles (1.4 km) of the highway is officially designated Urban Road 421 though the segment is signed as a Farm to Market Road.[42][43]

FM 421 was designated in 1945 as a spur of US 69/US 287 with a length of 8.2 miles (13.2 km). In 1948, the highway was extended to SH 326 as it does today, but this extension would be short-lived. Less than a year after the extension, the length was trimmed to its original length of 8.2 miles, but in 1951, the route would be extended to a length of 10.1 miles (16.3 km), then to SH 326 again in 1952. The highway would experience a short extension to the east in 1968 when it was routed along Country Lane Drive to US 69.[42]

FM 422[edit]

Farm to Market Road 422
Location: SeymourArcher County
Length: 25.603 mi[44][45] (41.204 km)
Existed: June 27, 1946[44]–present

FM 422 is a 25.6-mile-long (41.2 km) farm to market road in Baylor and Archer counties in Central Texas. Beginning in the city of Seymour at an intersection which includes U.S. Highway 82, U.S. Business Highways 183, 277, and 283 in addition to SH 114, FM 422 heads east along California Street before performing a reverse curve to the north where it transitions to Archer Road. Just outside the city limits, there is an interchange with the freeway-grade road carrying U.S. Highways 183, 277, and 283. East of the interchange, the road heads through the barren lands of this part of the state. Before passing through the settlement of England, FM 422 has a one-mile-long (1.6 km) concurrency with FM 1170. Beyond England, the land through which the road passes becomes more sparse with only a few oil fields and ranches dotting the roadway. After entering Archer County, FM 422 ends at an intersection with FM 210 about three miles (4.8 km) south of Lake Kickapoo and twelve miles (19 km) west of Archer City.[46]

The road was first designated in June 1946 as a spur from Seymour to England, running approximately eight miles (13 km). At the start of 1958, the road was extended east to its present eastern terminus at FM 210.[44] This configuration would last for over 50 years until a road realignment was completed in Seymour in 2015. Before the realignment, FM 422 began at Main Street and traveled east along Nevada Street. The road then turned to the north at Stadium Drive in front of the Seymour Middle School and traveled four blocks before turning right onto Archer Road and continuing as it does today.[47] Upon the completion of the realignment which allows traffic to head directly to Main Street without passing through 90 degree bends, the former roads' jurisdiction was transferred to the city.[45]

FM 423[edit]

Farm to Market Road 423
Location: Denton County
Length: 10.811 mi[48] (17.399 km)
Existed: July 2, 1945[48]–present

FM 424[edit]

Farm to Market Road 424
Location: Cross Roads
Length: 1.551 mi[49] (2.496 km)
Existed: July 2, 1945[49]–present

FM 424 is a farm to market road in Denton County.[49][50]

FM 424 serves as a short connector route that begins at US 380 in Cross Roads; the right-of-way also continues southward from this point as Naylor Road, which travels into Oak Point. The route runs northward for approximately one and a half miles (2.4 km) before ending at US 377 south of Krugerville.[50][51]

FM 424 was first designated on July 2, 1945, connecting Aubrey to the former community of New Hope at what was then SH 24 (now US 380).[49][52] The portion in Aubrey was removed on September 25, 1962, with a portion of it becoming the former SH 99 (now US 377).[49]

FM 425[edit]

Farm to Market Road 425
Location: Kingsville
Length: 1.883 mi[53] (3.030 km)
Existed: October 15, 1955[53]–present

FM 425 is located in Kleberg County. It runs from US 77 Bus. in Kingsville, past an interchange with US 77, to the access gate at Naval Air Station Kingsville.[54]

FM 425 was designated on October 15, 1955 on the current route.[53]

FM 425 (1945–1952)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 425
Location: Denton and Wise counties
Existed: July 2, 1945–March 15, 1952[53]

The original FM 425 was designated on July 2, 1945 from Sanger to Bolivar. On July 15, 1949 the road was extended west 3.9 miles (6.3 km). On July 5, 1951 the road was extended east five miles (8.0 km) to FM 1656, replacing it. On November 20, 1951 the road was extended east 3.6 miles (5.8 km) to a road intersection. FM 425 was cancelled on March 15, 1952 and transferred to FM 455.[53]

FM 426[edit]

Farm to Market Road 426
Location: Denton
Length: 5.473 mi[55] (8.808 km)
Existed: July 2, 1945[55]–present

FM 426 is a located in Denton County. It runs from Denton at US 77 and US 377 to a point near the Lewisville Lake shoreline.[56]

FM 426 was designated on July 2, 1945 on its current route. The only change to the designation was on June 30, 1995 when the entire route was renamed Urban Road 426, though it is signed as FM 426.[55][56]

FM 427[edit]

Farm to Market Road 427
Location: Wilson County
Length: 5.291 mi[57] (8.515 km)
Existed: January 15, 1956[57]–present

FM 427 is located in Wilson County. It runs from US 181 in Poth to FM 537 northeast of the town.[58]

FM 427 was designated on January 15, 1956 from FM 541 1.7 miles (2.7 km) east of Poth northwest to FM 537. On December 15, 1956 the route was changed to end at US 181 adding 0.7 miles (1.1 km) to its total length.[57]

FM 427 (1945)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 427
Location: Collin and Denton counties
Existed: July 2, 1945–January 29, 1953[57]

The original FM 427 was designated on July 2, 1945 from SH 10 in Pilot Point in Denton County to the Denton–Collin county line. On November 23, 1948 the road was extended to SH 289 in Celina. Less than a year later on July 14, 1949 the road was extended east to a road intersection 4.3 miles (6.9 km) east of Celina. On May 23, 1951 the road was extended east to FM 543 in Weston bringing the total length of the highway to 21.6 miles (34.8 km). FM 427 was cancelled on January 29, 1953 and its mileage was transferred to FM 455.

FM 428[edit]

Farm to Market Road 428
Location: DentonCelina
Length: 24.685 mi[59] (39.727 km)
Existed: July 2, 1945[59]–present

FM 428 is a 25.8-mile-long (41.5 km) farm to market road in Denton and Collin counties (of which 24.7 miles (39.8 km) is on its own route[59]). It begins at US 77 in Denton and travels northeast towards Loop 288. For the first 2.3 miles (3.7 km) through Denton, it is officially designated by TxDOT as Urban Road 428, though signage on the road show it as a farm to market road. Past Loop 288, the highway curves to the east as it exits the city limits of Denton. After crossing a spur of the Ray Roberts Lake State Park, it enters the town of Aubrey, crosses US 377, and passes through western reaches of Celina. FM 428 briefly follows the Denton-Collin county line before fully entering Collin County and ending at FM 455.[60]

The highway was first designated in July 1945 running from Aubrey at SH 10 towards the east for 4.6 miles (7.4 km). In May 1951, it was extended further east to FM 1385 bringing the total length to 5.9 miles (9.5 km). Then in 1960, another eastward extension, this time to FM 455 in Celina, brought its total length to 14.4 miles (23.2 km). The last major change FM 428 experience occurred in 1962 when it took over a portion of SH 99 from Denton to Aubrey.[59]

Major intersections

County Location mi[60] km Destinations Notes
Denton Denton 0.0 0.0 US 77 south (Elm Street) / Sherman Drive US 77 on a one-way pair
0.1 0.2 US 77 north (Locust Street) US 77 on a one-way pair
2.3–
2.4
3.7–
3.9

Loop 288 / US 380 Truck
Interchange
6.7 10.8 FM 2153 west to FM 2164 Eastern terminus of FM 2153
Aubrey 11.1 17.9 FM 3524 north (Sherman Drive) / Main Street Southern terminus of FM 3524
11.8 19.0 US 377 – Pilot Point, Denton
14.5 23.3 FM 2931 to US 380
  17.2 27.7 FM 1385 north – Pilot Point Western end of FM 1385 concurrency
  18.2 29.3 FM 1385 south to US 380 Eastern end of FM 1385 concurrency
Collin Celina 25.8 41.5 FM 455 (Walnut Street) – Pilot Point
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 429[edit]

Farm to Market Road 429
Location: Kaufman CountyLake Tawakoni
Length: 29.626 mi[61] (47.678 km)
Existed: June 28, 1945[61]–present

FM 429 is a 29.6-mile-long (47.6 km) connecting rural Kaufman County to Terrell then to the Lake Tawakoni area in Hunt County. The road begins at an intersection with SH 243 at a point between Kaufman and Canton. FM 429 heads north and northwest through a rural portion the northeast quadrant of the county mostly dotted with ranches. FM 2727 has its northern terminus at an intersection with FM 429 in this area. The road has an interchange with I-20's exit 506 southwest of Elmo; this interchange also has a road connecting FM 429 with FM 2728 which shares a one-half-mile-long (0.80 km) concurrency with FM 429. North of the concurrency, FM 429 continues northwest through rural lands before it reaches the city limits of Terrell at an intersection with US 80.[62]

US 80 and FM 429 together head west for one-half-mile-long (0.80 km) before FM 429 breaks off and heads northeast through a rural portion of Kaufman County northeast of Terrell. Some portions of the road are lined with single family houses but most of it is surrounded by ranches. The road heads off of its northeastern bearing to travel towards Ables Springs where it intersects FM 2728 at its northern terminus. FM 429 heads due east for about one and a half miles (2.4 km) before curving to the north and enters Hunt County. The road soon curves to the northeast as it parallels the Lake Tawakoni shoreline for about one mile (1.6 km) before ending at FM 721.[62]

The highway was first designated in June 1945 running from SH 243 to Black Jack, a community south of the FM 2727 intersection. In January 1953, FM 429 was extended north over previously-unnumbered roads and the entire length of the former FM 1837 to US 80 east of downtown Terrell. The road was then designated north of US 80 in October of the same year bringing the road to a 21.7-mile (34.9 km) length. It would undergo two more extensions: A 4.5-mile (7.2 km) one in January 1957 and a 4.8-mile (7.7 km) one to its current length in December 1961.[61]

FM 430[edit]

Farm to Market Road 430
Location: Brooks County
Length: 3.291 mi[63] (5.296 km)
Existed: June 22, 1945[63]–present

FM 430 is a short 3.3-mile-long (5.3 km) spur road from FM 755 in rural Brooks County. It begins at a recently reconfigured intersection with FM 755 in the southern portion of the county, about seven miles (11 km) west of Rachal. The two-lane road heads north for two miles (3.2 km) through desolate lands populated by a few ranches. At the two-mile mark, the road curves to the west and continues for another 1.25 miles (2.01 km) before ending at the entrance to the Tacubaya Ranch. State maintenance ends at this point but the road continues as County Road 314.[64] When the road was first designated in June 1945, FM 430 included its current road and current FM 755 to Rachal at US 281. The road would achieve its current routing in November 1951 when FM 755 took over most of the road leaving FM 430 on a 3.3 miles (5.3 km) route.[63]

FM 431[edit]

Farm to Market Road 431
Location: WestphaliaCedar Springs
Length: 13.564 mi[65] (21.829 km)
Existed: June 30, 1945[65]–present

FM 431 is a 13.6-mile-long (21.9 km) farm to market road entirely in southern Falls County. It begins at SH 320 in the community of Westphalia. It heads on a zig-zagging route generally heading east to Travis where it has a 0.1-mile-long (160 m) concurrency with US 77. East of there, the road travels on a much straighter path to the east-northeast path where it intersects FM 3145 and ends at FM 2027 in the community of Cedar Springs.[66]

The highway was designated in June 1945 running from Travis to Cedar Springs. Originally around its current eastern end, the road traveled another 0.4 miles (0.64 km) southeast along modern FM 2027. This portion of the road was transferred to FM 2027 in January 1961. Three more extensions to the west would occur in the 1960s: A three-mile (4.8 km) extension in August 1963 from US 77, a further 1.3-mile (2.1 km) extension in June 1964, and to its current western terminus in September 1968.[65]

FM 432[edit]

Farm to Market Road 432
Location: TolbertOdell
Length: 7.595 mi[67] (12.223 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[67]–present

FM 432 is a farm to market road in Wilbarger County, near the Oklahoma border. The 7.6-mile-long (12.2 km) road travels from an interchange with US 287 in the community of Tolbert north to FM 91 south of Odell. Near the road's midpoint, it intersects FM 924.[68] Designated in July 1945, FM 432 has not experienced any major changes since it was created.[67]

FM 433[edit]

Farm to Market Road 433
Location: LockettOklaunion
Length: 14.039 mi[69] (22.594 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[69]–present

FM 433 is a 15.2-mile-long (24.5 km) farm to market road in Wilbarger County acting as a southern bypass of Vernon. The road begins at an intersection with US 70 in Lockett, five miles (8.0 km) southwest of Vernon. It heads east initially but turns to the south. At FM 2074, it curves back to the east making a beeline towards US 183 and US 283. After intersecting FM 3207, the road forms a 1.1-mile-long (1.8 km) concurrency with US 183 / US 283 before breaking off towards the east again. In this segment of the road, FM 433 intersects FM 1949, FM 3430, and FM 1949. It ends at an interchange with US 70 / US 183 / US 287 east of Vernon at the community of Oklaunion.[70]

The road was first designated in July 1945 running from Lockett to US 183 / US 283 south of Vernon. The road was extended to its current length in December 1957 when FM 433 was routed along previously unnumbered roads.[69]

FM 434[edit]

Farm to Market Road 434
Location: ChiltonWaco
Length: 22.454 mi[71] (36.136 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[71]–present

FM 434 is a 22.5-mile-long (36.2 km) state highway in the vicinity of Waco. It begins in the community of Chilton at SH 7 and travels north through Falls County. Upon crossing into McLennan County, it travels along the city limits of Robinson before breaking off the boundary at FM 3400. At SH 6 and Loop 340, the through movement on FM 434 is completed along the former's frontage roads. North of SH 6 / Loop 340, the road enters Waco city limits and is officially designated Urban Road 434 while it is signed as FM 434.[72] At US 77 Bus., the road passes through the campus of Baylor University also passing the Texas Sports Hall of Fame before reaching Spur 434 and an interchange with I-35 and US 77 where the highway ends.[73]

The road was created in July 1945 running from the community of Asa to Waco at La Salle Avenue (now US 77 Bus.) via Downsville. In 1949, the road was extended south to the Falls County line, and was further extended to its current southern terminus in 1958 taking over FM 2116. In 1963, the road was extended north further into Waco to I-35.[71]

Major intersections

County Location mi[73] km Destinations Notes
Falls Chilton 0.0 0.0 SH 7 – Marlin
  9.2 14.8 FM 2839 west Eastern terminus of FM 2839
McLennan Asa 11.1 17.9 FM 2643 west (Leona Parkway) Eastern terminus of FM 2643
Downsville 13.9 22.4 FM 3400 north (University Parks Drive) – Waco Southern terminus of FM 3400
Waco 19.3 31.1 SH 6 / Loop 340 Interchange; gap in FM 434– through movement via SH 6 / Loop 340 frontage roads
19.6 31.5 FM 3400 south / South 3rd Street Northern terminus of FM 3400
21.3 34.3
Bus. US 77 (La Salle Avenue / South Loop)
22.3 35.9 Spur 434 west (Dutton Avenue) / Legends Lane Western terminus of Spur 434
22.4–
22.5
36.0–
36.2
I-35 / US 77 / University Parks Drive Exit 335B (I-35)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 435[edit]

Farm to Market Road 435
Location: Yoakum County
Length: 8.991 mi[74] (14.470 km)
Existed: May 23, 1951[74]–present

FM 435 is located in Yoakum County. It runs from FM 213 (formerly FM 396) near Bennett to US 82 and US 380 east of Plains.[75] It was designated on its current routing on May 23, 1951.[74]

FM 435 (1945–1948)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 435
Location: McLennan County
Existed: July 9, 1945–November 23, 1948

The original FM 435 was designated on July 9, 1945 from Elm Mott to Leroy in McLennan County. FM 435 was cancelled on November 23, 1948 and became a portion of FM 308.[74]

FM 436[edit]

Farm to Market Road 436
Location: BeltonHeidenheimer
Length: 13.520 mi[76] (21.758 km)
Existed: June 11, 1945[76]–present

FM 436 is a farm to market road in Bell County. At a length of 13.5 miles (21.7 km), the highway begins at the interchange complex of I-35, US 190, and SH 317 in Belton. For the first mile (1.6 km) of the road to Loop 121, the road is officially Urban Road 436 though signed as FM 436.[77] The highway travels southeast to Little River-Academy where it intersects SH 95. East of the town, FM 436 makes a sharp turn to the north where it has an interchange with US 190 and SH 36 and ends in the community of Heidenheimer at US 190 Bus.[78]

FM 436 was created in 1945 to run from Belton to Little River (the former name of Little River-Academy). There were two extensions of the road in 1948 when it was brought east of Little River to SH 95 and in 1949 upon slight realignments at both ends. In 1951, the road was brought to its current length when it was extended to what was then US 190 in Heidenheimer.[76]

Major intersections

The entire route is in Bell County.

Location mi[78] km Destinations Notes
Belton 0.0–
0.1
0.0–
0.2
I-35 / US 190 / SH 317 north (Main Street) – Killeen, Fort Hood, Austin, Waco Exit 293B (I-35); southern terminus of SH 317
1.0 1.6 Loop 121 north Southern terminus of Loop 121
  2.4 3.9 FM 1123 south – Holland Northern terminus of FM 1123
Little River-Academy 9.3 15.0 SH 95 – Holland, Temple
Heidenheimer 13.1–
13.2
21.1–
21.2
US 190 / SH 36 – Cameron, Temple Interchange
13.5 21.7
Bus. US 190 / Heidenheimer Road
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 437[edit]

Farm to Market Road 437
Location: DavillaZabcikville
Length: 20.360 mi[79] (32.766 km)
Existed: June 6, 1946[79]–present

FM 437 is a 20.4-mile-long (32.8 km) farm to market road in Milam and Bell counties. It begins in the community of Davilla in Milam County at FM 487 and travels north. It intersects FM 1915 and in the community of Val Verde, FM 2268. Upon entering Bell County, the road comes into Rogers where it intersects Mesquite Avenue (US 190 / SH 36 / FM 2184) in the center of the town. It heads north through Red Ranger where FM 437 intersects FM 940 at the latter's western terminus before itself ends at SH 53 in the community of Zabcikville.[80]

The road connecting Rogers and Zabcikville was designated as FM 437 in June 1946. It was extended south to Joe Lee School, southwest of Rogers, in December 1952. About a year later in November 1953, FM 2184 replaced the portion of the road from Joe Lee School to Rogers while FM 437's route south of Rogers was moved to follow its current route to the Bell County line. Still another year later in December 1954, the southern terminus of the road was moved to Val Verde. This configuration would last until August 1962 when the final segment of FM 437 to Devilla was designated.[79]

FM 438[edit]

Farm to Market Road 438
Location: TempleBelfalls
Length: 9.853 mi[81] (15.857 km)
Existed: June 11, 1945[81]–present

FM 438 is a 9.9-mile-long (15.9 km) farm to market road in eastern Bell County. The road begins at the intersection of Loop 363 and Young Avenue in the northeastern quadrant of Temple. The road generally heads in an eastern direction where it intersects FM 2086 just outside of the Temple city limits. Near the community of Oenaville, the road turns to the north at its intersection with FM 3369. FM 438 ends at FM 935 in the community of Belfalls, only feet from the Bell–Falls county line.[82]

When the road was designated in June 1945, FM 438 ran from downtown Temple to Oenaville. It was extended north to its current terminus at Belfalls in December 1956. The 2.3-mile-long (3.7 km) segment of FM 438 internal to Loop 363 was transferred to the city of Temple's jurisdiction in March 1991.[81] Prior to the transfer, FM 438 started at Adams Avenue (SH 53) and traveled along 8th Avenue, French Avenue, 12th Avenue, Garfield Avenue, 14th Avenue, and Shell Avenue through the city.[83]

FM 439[edit]

Farm to Market Road 439
Location: KilleenBelton
Length: 21.469 mi[84] (34.551 km)
Existed: June 6, 1945[84]–present

FM 439 is a farm to market road entirely in Bell County stretching from US 190 Bus. in Killeen to SH 317 in Belton. The main route is about 17.3-mile-long (27.8 km) and there is also a spur, Spur 439, that runs from a point in Old Nolanville Road in Nolanville, across US 190 to FM 439.[85][86]

The road was first designated in June 1945 from Killeen east for four miles (6.4 km). In October 1953, the road was extended to the Nolanville area (for a total of 11.1 miles (17.9 km)) with the addition of a spur road through Nolanville. It would be further extended numerous times until 1975 when it reached most of its current route between Killeen and SH 317. In the mid to late 1980s, portions of the road was shifted around Killeen to the point where its western terminus was at the east gate of Fort Hood. The road's official designation became Urban Road 439 in June 1995 though it would continue to be signed as a farm to market road.[87] The route's current configuration was established in April 2002 when the portion of the road from Fort Hood's gate to FM 2410 was returned to the city of Killeen and FM 439 was routed along FM 2410 to US 190 Bus.[84]

FM 440[edit]

Farm to Market Road 440
Location: Archer County
Length: 3.563 mi[88] (5.734 km)
Existed: May 10, 1993[88]–present

FM 440 is located in Archer County. It runs from US 82 Bus./US 277 Bus. and College Avenue in Holliday to FM 1954 east of the town. The highway is 3.6 miles (5.8 km) long.[89] FM 440 was designated on May 10, 1993.[88]

A 0.7-mile-long (1.1 km) spur road of FM 440 was designated on September 10, 1997 in the town of Holliday but this road is not signed.[88][89]

FM 440/RM 440 (1945–1988)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 440
Location: Bell and Williamson counties
Existed: June 11, 1945–August 8, 1988[88]

The original FM 440 was designated on June 11, 1945 from Killeen southwest five miles (8.0 km) to an unknown point. On May 26, 1949 the road was extended south 3.8 miles (6.1 km) to a point near Reese Creek School. On May 23, 1951 the road was extended 12.7 miles (20.4 km) south to SH 195 (now SH 138) north of Florence. The road would be redesignated as a Ranch to Market Road (RM 440) on October 1, 1956. On October 15, 1985, a 0.7-mile-long (1.1 km) section of the road along Fort Hood Street from FM 439 to Loop 518 was added. RM 440 was cancelled on August 8, 1988; the section from SH 138 to US 190 was transferred to SH 195 and the section from US 190 to FM 439 was transferred to FM 439.[88]

FM 441[edit]

Farm to Market Road 441
Location: Wharton County
Length: 21.562 mi[90] (34.701 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[90]–present

FM 441 is a farm to market road wholly in Wharton County at a length of 21.6 miles (34.8 km). It begins near the settlement of Danevang in the southern portion of the county at SH 71. The road heads west then curves to the north as it passes through a largely agricultural portion of the state. In the community of Hillje, FM 441 has a 12-mile-long (0.80 km) concurrency with Loop 524 before heading back north. The road passes over US 59 (future I-69) which has ramps to the southbound lanes of the highway (access to and from the northbound lanes of US 59 is provided through Loop 524). It continues north to its end at FM 1300 northwest of El Campo.[91]

When it was first designated in July 1945, FM 441 was a six-mile-long (9.7 km) spur of US 59 (now part of Loop 524) that ran north from Hillje. In February 1949, the road was extended to a point 8.8 miles (14.2 km) south of Hillje. The road was brought to its current length in December 1957 by extending the road east to SH 71.[90]

FM 442[edit]

Farm to Market Road 442
Location: Wharton and Fort Bend counties
Length: 18.430 mi[92] (29.660 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[92]–present

FM 442 is a farm to market road in Wharton and Fort Bend counties. The highway begins at SH 60 at Lane City in Wharton County, runs to the northeast through Boling-Iago and ends on SH 36 southeast of Needville in Fort Bend County.

It starts as a two-lane road at SH 60 in Lane City. In town, the road is also called Lenert Street. From there, FM 442 goes northeast 1.9 miles (3.1 km) to its intersection with FM 1096. From there, the road turns east-southeast for one mile (1.6 km) and east-northeast for one mile (1.6 km). FM 442 turns to the northeast and goes three miles (4.8 km) to Boling-Iago where it intersects FM 1301 at a four-way stop sign.[93]

From Boling, FM 442 crosses Caney Creek about 260 yards (238 m) north of FM 1301 and continues northeast for 1.4 miles (2.3 km). At this point the highway turns directly east for 0.6 miles (0.97 km) before curving to the northeast again for 2.3 miles (3.7 km). FM 442 turns to the east-northeast for 1.6 miles (2.6 km), crossing the San Bernard River into Fort Bend County. The highway veers northeast again for two miles (3.2 km) to its intersection with FM 1236. After a slight jog, FM 442 continues in the same direction for three and a half miles (5.6 km) where it terminates at SH 36 to the southeast of Needville.[93]

FM 442 was originally designated on July 9, 1945, from SH 60 at Lane City to Boling. It was extended 5.2 miles (8.4 km) from Boling to the Fort Bend County line on February 25, 1948. The highway was extended again to SH 36 on July 22, 1949.[92]

Major intersections

County Location mi[93] km Destinations Notes
Wharton Lane City 0.0 0.0 SH 60 – Bay City, Wharton
  1.9 3.1 FM 1096 north – Iago Southern terminus of FM 1096
Boling 6.8 10.9 FM 1301 – Pledger, Wharton
Fort Bend   14.9 24.0 FM 1236 north – Needville Southern terminus of FM 1236
Needville 18.4 29.6 SH 36 – Damon, Needville
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

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FM 443[edit]

Farm to Market Road 443
Location: DeWitt and Gonzales counties
Length: 12.340 mi[94] (19.859 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[94]–present

FM 443 is a 12.3-mile-long (19.8 km) farm to market road in DeWitt and Gonzales counties. The road starts at an intersection with SH 111 (just east of US 183) in the settlement of Hochheim in DeWitt County. Paralleling the Guadalupe River, the road enters Gonzales County near the settlement of Dreyer. FM 443 then starts to travel on a zig-zagging route north where it intersects FM 533. In the community of Kokernot, FM 443 ends at US 90 Alt.[95]

The highway was designated in July 1945 running from the community of Dozer to Kokernot. Three years later in December 1948, the road was extended south to the DeWitt-Gonzales county line. It was brought to its current length in July 1949 when the southern terminus was moved to what is now its current terminus.[94]

FM 444[edit]

Farm to Market Road 444
Location: Victoria County
Length: 29.948 mi[96] (48.197 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[96]–present

FM 444 is a thirty-mile-long (48 km) farm to market road in the northeastern quadrant of Victoria County. The road is shaped as an arc around the city of Victoria and travels through a very sparse area. The only other state-maintained roads that FM 444 intersects throughout its trip are at its southern terminus, FM 1686, at an interchange with US 59 (future I-69) in Inez, and its northern terminus at US 77.[97]

When the road was first designated in July 1945, it was a six-and-a-half-mile-long (10.5 km) spur road from US 59 in Inez south to oil fields in the vicinity of the Garcitas Creek. Over time, the road was extended in both directions, typically a couple-mile-length segments at a time. The road was extended to its current southern terminus in September 1968 while it was brought to its current northern terminus in January 1984.[96]

FM 445[edit]

Farm to Market Road 445
Location: McFaddin
Length: 2.382 mi[98] (3.833 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[98]–present

FM 445 is a short farm to market road that acts as a spur from US 77 to the community of McFaddin. Located in the extreme southern portion of Victoria County, the road begins at US 77 and San Antonio River Road (north of its namesake) and travels east through a sparsely-populated brush-filled area of land. Upon crossing a Union Pacific railroad, the road enters McFaddin and continues past some houses and a post office. It ends at the intersection of McFadden Road and Cusham Road.[99] The road was designated in July 1945 along its current route. However, in May 1951, the FM 445 designation was extended west from US 77 a distance of two miles (3.2 km) bringing the total length of the road to about 4.5 miles (7.2 km). The road was truncated to its original and current routing in December 1952.[98]

FM 446[edit]

Farm to Market Road 446
Location: Victoria County
Length: 8.930 mi[100] (14.371 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[100]–present

FM 446 is a farm to market road that connects the Victoria area to oil fields southwest of the city. The 8.9-mile-long (14.3 km) highway begins at an intersection with Kemper City Road in a rural area of the county. The area which was once part of multiple oil fields[9] is now made up of brush and a low density of homes. The road heads northeast crossing Boggy Creek and having an intersection with the divided US 59 / US 77. As the road gets closer to the city limits, the number of homes that surround the road increases but FM 446 ends at an intersection with US 77 Bus. before reaching the city.[101] The road's designation was applied in July 1945 as a 2.5-mile-long (4.0 km) spur from US 77 (now US 77 Bus.) outside of Victoria. In November 1948, the road was extended southwest to end near Fleming School; it has not experienced any major changes since then.[100]

FM 447[edit]

Farm to Market Road 447
Location: Nursery
Length: 5.404 mi[102] (8.697 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[102]–present

FM 447 is a 5.4-mile-long (8.7 km) Victoria County farm to market road that acts as a connector between FM 236 in Mission Valley and US 87 in Nursery. The road begins in a mostly rural, but dotted with some ranch homes, section of the county northwest of the city of Victoria and heads northeast. After crossing the Guadalupe River and passing the South Texas Electric Cooperative's Red Gate Power Plant, the road curves more to the north and enters a more sparse area before ending at US 87.[103] The road was first designated in July 1945 to run from Lower Mission Valley Road (near the Guadalupe River) to US 87 in Nursery. The road was extended 1.4 miles (2.3 km) southwest to Upper Mission Valley Road (now FM 236) in November 1948 and has remained unchanged since then.[102]

FM 448[edit]

Farm to Market Road 448
Location: WinchesterGiddings
Length: 13.696 mi[104] (22.042 km)
Existed: June 11, 1946[104]–present

FM 448 is a 13.7-mile-long (22.0 km) farm to market road connecting Winchester, Fayette County with Giddings, Lee County. The road begins in the center of Winchester at an intersection with FM 153. It heads north-northeast out of the community paralleling a Union Pacific railroad.[105] After crossing into Lee County, FM 448 crosses the aforementioned railroad at Northrup and continues heading north further away from the railroad. The road intersects FM 2239 at the latter's eastern terminus before heading back towards the northeast, crossing the railroad again, and entering Giddings city limits. At South Main Street (US 77), FM 448 reaches its northern terminus.[106] The road was designated in June 1946 running from Northrup to Giddings but was extended eleven years later to Winchester in December 1957.[104]

FM 449[edit]

Farm to Market Road 449
Location: Gregg and Harrison counties
Length: 22.604 mi[107] (36.378 km)
Existed: June 11, 1945[107]–present

FM 449 is a farm to market road in Gregg and Harrison counties, running from US 259 near Judson east to Loop 390 in Marshall.

FM 449 was designated on June 11, 1945 from US 80 in west Marshall west 11.4 miles (18.3 km) to what is now FM 450. On December 2, 1953, it extended west 4.2 miles (6.8 km). On July 15, 1957, the south end was changed from US 80 to what was then SH 154 (now Loop 390). On December 31, 1959 the section from FM 450 to FM 2208 was transferred to FM 2208. On October 17, 1966, the section of FM 450 from FM 449 to FM 2208 was transferred to FM 449. Also, the section of FM 2208 from FM 450 to what was then FM 2657 was transferred to FM 449. FM 2657 from FM 449 to US 259 was replaced by FM 449.

Major intersections

County Location mi[108] km Destinations Notes
Gregg   0.0 0.0 US 259 – Daingerfield, Longview
  1.0 1.6 FM 2751
Harrison   4.6 7.4 FM 2879
  6.5 10.5 FM 2208 south – Longview West end of FM 2208 overlap
Carterville 10.5 16.9 FM 450 – Hallsville West end of FM 450 overlap
10.6 17.1 FM 450 north / FM 2208 north – Harleton, Jefferson, Lake O' the Pines East end of FM 450 / FM 2208 overlaps
Marshall 22.6 36.4 Loop 390 / Hynson Springs Road – Marshall, Jefferson
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 450[edit]

Farm to Market Road 450
Location: HallsvilleOre City
Length: 30.289 mi[109] (48.745 km)
Existed: June 11, 1945[109]–present

FM 450 is a 30.6-mile-long (49.2 km) farm to market road that runs through Harrison, Marion, and Upshur counties in northeastern Texas. It begins in western Harrison County at the intersection of FM 968 and FM 2625 (the latter also ends here) and travels north towards Hallsville. Before reaching the city limits, FM 450 interchanges I-20 at its exit 604. Heading north into Hallsville, it intersects US 80 in the center of the city. North of there, the road travels through a winding route through ranches and woodlands. At Carterville, FM 450 forms a concurrency with FM 449 and FM 2208. The FM 449 concurrency is about 0.1-mile-long (0.16 km) while the FM 2208 concurrency is much longer. The two highways cross the Little Cypress Bayou. Before reaching Harleton, FM 2208 breaks off the concurrency towards the east while FM 450 continues into the community where it reaches SH 154.[110]

In Harleton, FM 450 and SH 154 together head west for 0.2 miles (0.32 km) until FM 450 breaks off to head northwest. This section of the road passes through wooded areas in northwestern Harrison County. The road forms a concurrency with FM 726 just south of the Lake O' the Pines. FM 726 provides access to the southern shoreline of the lake. FM 450 continues northwest where it briefly enters Marion County. Most of the roads that intersect FM 450 provide access to a small community on the lake's western shore. FM 450 heads into Upshur County and shortly thereafter the city of Ore City. The highway ends at an intersection with US 259 and FM 1649.[110]

FM 450 was first designated in June 1945 running as a road connecting Harleton to Smyrna, a small settlement located south of the modern-day FM 726 intersection. In November 1948, the road was extended south to Hallsville bringing the total length to 13.4 miles (21.6 km). Next July, the road was brought north to Ore City partially via what was formerly Spur 162. The last extension occurred in December 1954 when FM 450 was routed south of Hallsville and assumed its current length.[109]

Major junctions:

County Location mi[110] km Destinations Notes
Harrison   0.0 0.0 FM 968 / FM 2625 east – Longview Western terminus of FM 2625
  1.6–
1.7
2.6–
2.7
I-20 – Shreveport, Dallas Exit 604 (I-20)
Hallsville 3.8 6.1 US 80 (Main Street) – Longview, Marshall
Carterville 11.7 18.8 FM 449 west / FM 2208 south – Judson, Longview Southern end of FM 449 / FM 2208 concurrencies
11.8 19.0 FM 449 east – Marshall Northern end of FM 449 concurrency
  16.1 25.9 FM 2208 north / Dave Wilson Road – Jefferson Northern end of FM 2208 concurrency
Harleton 17.3 27.8 SH 154 east / North Grand Avenue – Marshall Southern end of SH 154 concurrency
17.5 28.2 SH 154 west – Gilmer Northern end of SH 154 concurrency
17.7 28.5 FM 1968 north Southern terminus of FM 1968
  23.5 37.8 FM 726 east – Lake O' the Pines Southern end of FM 726 concurrency
  24.6 39.6 FM 726 west / McCoy Road Northern end of FM 726 concurrency
Marion
No major junctions
Upshur Ore City 30.6 49.2 US 259 / FM 1649 west (Main Street) – Longview, Daingerfield Eastern terminus of FM 1649
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 451[edit]

Farm to Market Road 451
Location: Elysian Fields
Length: 4.748 mi[111] (7.641 km)
Existed: June 11, 1945[111]–present

FM 451 is a short connector road between FM 31 in Elysian Fields to FM 9. The 4.7-mile-long (7.6 km) farm to market road runs near the southern border of Harrison County. Starting at the intersection of Shreveport Street and FM 31 in the center of the unincorporated community, FM 451 heads east through mostly forested areas passing the Elysian Fields Independent School District's elementary, middle, and high school. It also descends in elevation to cross the West Fork Socagee Creek before passing the middle and high schools. The land through which the road travels opens up to more ranches and also passes a Baptist church before ending at the intersection of FM 9 and Don Long Road.[112] When it was first designated in June 1945, FM 451 traveled from an unknown point near Elysian Fields to US 80 in Waskom. In 1948, the road extended west to FM 31 in the center of Elysian Fields. The road was shortened to its current length in February 1955 when the portion of the road between Don Long Road and Waskom was transferred to FM 9.[111]

FM 452[edit]

Farm to Market Road 452
Location: Delwin
Length: 7.079 mi[113] (11.393 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[113]–present

FM 452 is a seven-mile-long (11 km) farm to market road in a barren part of southern Cottle County. Starting at County Road 706, a dirt road, the state-maintained paved road heads north for about a mile (1.6 km), curves to the east, then to the north again. At the settlement of Delwin, FM 452 reaches the southern terminus of FM 2278. FM 452 turns to the east and travels for four miles (6.4 km) to end at US 83.[114] The road was designated in July 1945 running only along the east-west portion from Delwin to US 83. In February 1959, the road was extended 2.5 miles (4.0 km) to the south and west to end at its current endpoint.[113]

FM 453[edit]

Farm to Market Road 453
Location: Wheeler County
Length: 9.232 mi[115] (14.857 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[115]–present

FM 453 is a 9-mile-long (14 km) farm to market road in western Wheeler County. Starting at I-40's exit 152 and County Road 6, the highway heads due north through ranch and agricultural lands. Near the southern end, it crosses the North Long Dry Creek. The highway terminates at FM 2473 where it makes a reverse curve.[116] FM 453 was designated in July 1945 running from what was then US 66 (between McLean and Lela) north for 6.2 miles (10.0 km); the remaining three miles (4.8 km) was brought under state maintenance in July 1962.[115]

FM 454[edit]

FM 454 (1945)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 454
Location: Montague County
Existed: July 9, 1945–December 17, 1945[117]

The first use of the FM 454 designation was in Montague County, from Bowie southwest for five miles (8.0 km) to an unknown point. This short-lived designation was cancelled five months later.

FM 454 (1951–1964)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 454
Location: Yoakum County
Existed: May 23, 1951–January 1, 1964[117]

The second iteration of the FM 454 designation was in Yoakum County, from SH 328 (now SH 83) north through Allred and east to SH 214. FM 454 was cancelled on January 1, 1964; the section from SH 214 to FM 1622 was returned to Yoakum County and the section from FM 1622 to SH 83 was transferred to FM 1622.[117]

FM 454 (1978–1987)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 454
Location: Henderson
Existed: July 24, 1978–September 29, 1987[117]

The third use of the FM 454 was in Rusk County on a loop route from US 259 to US 259 in Henderson. FM 454 was cancelled on September 29, 1987 and transferred to Loop 571.[117]

FM 454 (1989)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 454
Location: Rockwall
Length: 0.4 mi[117] (0.6 km)
Existed: November 29, 1989[117]–unknown

The fourth designation of FM 454 was a short 0.4-mile-long (0.64 km) farm to market road near Rockwall. The road, which carried the name of Tandem Trail, traveled from SH 276 to FM 551. It was designated on November 29, 1989 but is no longer designated as such.[118][119]

FM 455[edit]

Farm to Market Road 455
Location: Montague, Cooke, Wise, Denton, and Collin counties
Length: 94.746 mi[120] (152.479 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[120]–present

FM 455 is a 97.2-mile-long (156.4 km) state highway in the northern portion of Texas. It runs through portions of Montague, Cooke, Wise, Denton, and Collin counties. The highway's termini are the intersection of County Road 345 and Woodland School Road about two and a half miles (4.0 km) west of Montague at its west end and FM 2862 in the eastern reaches of Anna (south of the community of Westminster) at its east end.[121]

FM 456[edit]

Farm to Market Road 456
Location: Midfield
Length: 2.555 mi[122] (4.112 km)
Existed: June 25, 1945[122]–present

FM 456 is a short two-and-a-half-mile-long (4.0 km) farm to market road in Matagorda County. The highway starts at SH 71 about 0.65 miles (1.05 km) south of Midfield and travels east past a few ranches. After crossing the Tres Palacios Creek, state maintenance ends at the intersection of Rugeley Road and Dabelgott Road.[123] It was designated on June 25, 1945 along its present route and has not changed since then.[122]

FM 457[edit]

Farm to Market Road 457
Location: Matagorda County
Length: 27.764 mi[124] (44.682 km)
Existed: June 25, 1945[124]–present

FM 457 is a farm to market road entirely in Matagorda County. The road is 27.8-mile-long (44.7 km) and connects Bay City with the coastline of the Gulf of Mexico, specifically the at Matagorda Peninsula. The highway begins at an intersection with SH 35 in the eastern reaches of Bay City and travels east. In the area of Caney, it passes near the Bay City Municipal Airport and intersects FM 2540. It continues east but begins to curve towards the southeast in Cedar Lane where FM 457 then intersects FM 521. After passing Gainesmore, Hawkinsville, and FM 2611 at its western terminus, FM 457 passes through the community of Sargent, crosses the Sargent Swing Bridge, a pontoon-style swing bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway,[125] and ends on the Matagorda Peninsula not far from a beach on the Gulf of Mexico. The entire highway is also known as the Sergeant Joe Parks, Jr. Memorial Highway.[126]

The highway was created in June 1945 running from Bay City to Gainesmore. Less than one year later in March 1946, the highway was extended to southeast of Sargent bringing the total mileage of the road to 25.8 miles (41.5 km). In 1952, FM 457 was further extended southeast to the Gulf of Mexico taking over what was previously State Highway 330. SH 330 was a 0.1-mile-long (160 m) highway that existed from May 1940 until its absorption by FM 457 and only consisting of the bridge (constructed as a wooden swing bridge at the time) over the Intracoastal Waterway.[127] Since that time, there have been no major changes to the routing of FM 457.[124]

TxDOT is considering the replacement of the swing bridge, the last in the entire state, with a fixed concrete span with helix roads on both ends to allow for clearance over the canal. The process to begin the replacement began in September 2013 and completion is expected in 2018.[128][129]

Major intersections
The entire route is in Matagorda County.

Location mi[130] km Destinations Notes
Bay City 0.0 0.0 SH 35 – Bay City, Angleton
Caney 5.3 8.5 FM 2540
Cedar Lane 13.5 21.7 FM 521
Hawkinsville 19.8 31.9 FM 2611 east Western terminus of FM 2611
Intracoastal Waterway 27.7 44.6 Sargent Swing Bridge
  27.8 44.7 Gulf of Mexico
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 458[edit]

Farm to Market Road 458
Location: Matagorda County
Length: 5.633 mi[131] (9.065 km)
Existed: June 25, 1945[131]–present

FM 458 is a 5.7-mile-long (9.2 km) farm to market road near the western border of Matagorda County. The road's southern terminus is at FM 616 about three miles (4.8 km) west of Blessing while the northern terminus is at SH 111 2.75 miles (4.43 km) west of Midfield. The entire highway is two-lane undivided road that crosses a Union Pacific railroad line at its southern terminus, and then continues through a mix of farm fields and woods with occasional homes. Farther north, the highway heads into open agricultural areas, turning east before a turn back to the north towards its end. The road does not have any other junctions with Texas state roads.[132]

The highway was designated in June 1945 as a three-mile-long (4.8 km) spur from SH 111. In October 1955, the road's southern terminus was extended south to FM 616 where it has remained since then.[131]

FM 459[edit]

Farm to Market Road 459
Location: Elmaton
Length: 3.137 mi[133] (5.049 km)
Existed: June 25, 1945[133]–present

FM 459 is a short 3.1-mile-long (5.0 km) farm to market road in Matagorda County. The road starts at the intersection of Hawley Cemetery Road and SH 35 about two miles (3.2 km) east of Blessing. It heads south for 0.3 miles (0.48 km) following the Tres Palacios Creek until it crosses a Union Pacific railroad and turns to the east paralleling the railroad. After two-thirds mile (1.1 km), the road turns to the south and then returns to an easterly bearing. The road heads through mostly agricultural lands with some houses along the road and the Tidehaven Intermediate School. FM 459 ends at FM 1095 south of Elmaton.[134] It was designated in June 1945 and has not changed since then.[133]

FM 460[edit]

Farm to Market Road 460
Location: Forney
Length: 1.114 mi[135] (1.793 km)
Existed: November 1, 1955[135]–present

FM 460 is a short connector in and around Forney, Kaufman County. Named Clements Drive, the road begins at an interchange with US 80 in the northwestern reaches of the town, then travels northeast to its end at FM 740 outside of the town limits.[136] The road was designated in 1955.[135]

FM 460 (1945)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 460
Location: Matagorda County
Existed: June 25, 1945–November 1, 1954[135]

The first iteration of FM 460 was designated on June 25, 1945 from SH 35 six miles (9.7 km) north of Palacios to a point six miles (9.7 km) to the east. FM 460 was cancelled on November 1, 1954 and combined with FM 521.[135]

FM 461[edit]

Farm to Market Road 461
Location: Howard and Glasscock counties
Length: 15.934 mi[137] (25.643 km)
Existed: May 23, 1951[137]–present

FM 461 is located in Howard and Glasscock counties. The total length of the highway is 16.4 miles (26.4 km) with 15.9 miles (25.6 km) of it as its own route; a concurrency with US 87 also occurs along the road.[137][138] The highway begins at an intersection with FM 818 in rural Howard County southwest of Big Spring. It travels south and heads into Glasscock County. Shortly after the county line, the highway curves to the east and intersects RM 33 in the unincorporated community of Lees. After reentering Howard County, it reaches US 87 and turns north onto the highway. After a one-half-mile-long (0.80 km) concurrency, FM 461 leaves the concurrency and travels east towards Forsan. After traveling along the town's southern border, the highway turns to the south at Rex Avenue. FM 461 ends at FM 821 one mile (1.6 km) to the south of the town.[138]

FM 461 was designated on May 23, 1951 from US 87 southwest to the Glasscock County line. On December 17, 1952 the road was extended to RM 33. It was extended to the west and north to FM 818 on June 1, 1964. Finally, the section from US 87 to FM 821 was added on July 14, 1978, bringing the highway to its current length.[137]

Major intersections

County Location mi[138] km Destinations Notes
Howard   0.0 0.0 FM 818
Glasscock Lees 7.1 11.4 RM 33
Howard   12.0 19.3 US 87 south – Sterling City Western end of US 87 concurrency
  12.5 20.1 US 87 north – Big Spring Eastern end of US 87 concurrency
  16.4 26.4 FM 821
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


FM 461 (1945–1946)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 461
Location: Matagorda County
Existed: June 25, 1945–March 20, 1946[137]

The first FM 461 was designated on June 11, 1945 from SH 60 at Wadsworth east for seven miles (11 km). FM 461 was cancelled on March 20, 1946 as a result of a request from the Matagorda County Court.[137]

FM 462[edit]

Farm to Market Road 462
Location: BigfootTarpley
Length: 59.481 mi[139] (95.725 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[139]–present

FM 462 is a sixty-mile-long (97 km) through Frio, Medina, and Bandera counties west of San Antonio. The road begins at FM 472 in Bigfoot, Frio County and travels west to Moore where it interchanges I-35. It then starts to curve to the north where it enters Medina County and passes through the community of Yancey where FM 462 shares a concurrency with FM 2200. It continues north to serve the city of Hondo where it has a brief concurrency with US 90. North of the city, FM 462 begins to closely parallel Hondo Creek. Shortly after leaving Medina County for Bandera County, the Hondo Creek heads away from the road and Williams Creek begins to closely parallel the road. FM 462 ends at FM 470 in the community of Tarpley.[140]

FM 462 was created in July 1945 as a road connecting Yancey and Hondo. It was extended north to Tarpley in May 1953 when it took over what was then FM 1888.[141] A southward extension to Moore (at US 81) occurred in October 1957 and the final eastward extension at its south end happened in January 1960 by taking over all of FM 2147.[139]

Major intersections

County Location mi[140] km Destinations Notes
Frio Bigfoot 0.0 0.0 FM 472 to SH 173 / FM 140
  2.6 4.2 FM 3176 north – Devine Southern terminus of FM 3176
Moore 7.6 12.2 FM 2779 south – Pearsall Northern terminus of FM 2779
8.4 13.5 I-35 / Frontage Road – Pearsall, Devine Exit 114 (I-35)
Medina Yancey 18.6 29.9 FM 2200 south – Devine Southern end of FM 2200 concurrency
19.2 30.9 FM 2200 north – D'Hanis Northern end of FM 2200 concurrency
Hondo 32.7 52.6 FM 1250 west (30th Street) to US 90 Eastern terminus of FM 1250
33.4 53.8 US 90 east (19th Street) / Avenue E – San Antonio Southern end of US 90 concurrency
33.9 54.6 US 90 west (19th Street) / Avenue M – Uvalde Northern end of US 90 concurrency
Bandera Tarpley 60.0 96.6 FM 470 / Thomas Creek Road – Utopia, Bandera
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 463[edit]

Farm to Market Road 463
Location: DevineLytle
Length: 11.132 mi[142] (17.915 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[142]–present

FM 463 is a farm to market road in Medina County southwest of San Antonio. The highway starts at I-35's exit 124 east of Devine and travels west towards the city. Just inside the city limits, FM 463 reaches SH 132 in a cluster of businesses. The two roads form a 0.9-mile-long (1.4 km) concurrency to the northeast until FM 463 breaks off and heads due north through a mix of homes and ranches. About five miles (8.0 km) later, the road takes a right turn to FM 471. After a one-half-mile (0.80 km) concurrency to the north, FM 463 resumes its easterly course before ending at FM 2790. The intersection is located within the city of Lytle and located on the Medina–Atascoa county line.[143]

The highway was designated in July 1945 as a spur road from what was then US 81 (now SH 132) in Devine north for five miles (8.0 km) to Chacon Lake. The east-west portion of the road connecting the northern end to FM 471 was added in December 1953. The portion between FM 471 and FM 2790 was added to the highway in February 1959 and the southern extension to I-35 was added in June 1979.[142]

FM 464[edit]

Farm to Market Road 464
Location: NolteSeguin
Length: 1.770 mi[144] (2.849 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[144]–present

FM 464 is a short farm to market road in central Guadalupe County. The road begins at an intersection with Dunn Street in the unincorporated community of Nolte. The right of way continues west continued towards the Guadalupe River in the past but is now part of the property of a nearby CMC Steel mill. The two-lane road heads east towards Seguin and at the intersection of FM 1620 (which is its southern terminus), the north side of FM 464 is in the city limits of Seguin. It crosses over I-10 at its exit 605. After passing a large distribution warehouse, the road comes to an end at an intersection with US 90 which also doubles as the western terminus of US 90 Alt.[145] The road was created on July 9, 1945 and has not experienced any major changes since its creation.[144]

Major intersections
The entire route is in Guadalupe County.

Location mi[145] km Destinations Notes
Nolte 0.0 0.0 Dunn Street
Seguin 0.2 0.3 FM 1620 north Southern terminus of FM 1620
0.6–
0.8
1.0–
1.3
I-10 – San Antonio, Houston Exit 605 (I-10)
1.7 2.7
US 90 / Alt. US 90 east – San Antonio, Luling, Gonzales
Western terminus of US 90 Alt.
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 465[edit]

Farm to Market Road 465
Location: Marion
Length: 3.667 mi[146] (5.901 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[146]–present

FM 465 is a 3.7-mile-long (6.0 km) farm to market road running from I-10/US 90 to FM 78 in Marion. The road begins along Line Road where it has an interchange with I-10 at the latter's exit 599. FM 465 heads north-northwest through mostly rural areas of Guadalupe County before it enters the town limits of Marion at the Marion High School and Marion Middle School campuses. The highway heads north through Marion on South Center Street before ending at a signalized T-intersection with San Antonio Street, FM 78.[147] FM 465 was designated along its current routing in July 1945, though at the time of its creation, it only intersected US 90 as I-10 had not be constructed yet.[146]

FM 466[edit]

Farm to Market Road 466
Location: Guadalupe, Gonzales counties
Length: 34.392 mi[148] (55.349 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[148]–present

FM 466 is a 34.4-mile-long (55.4 km) farm to market road running from US 90 in Seguin to SH 97 in Cost. The highway runs through Guadalupe and Gonzales counties in central Texas. It passes by three historic sites, the El Capote Ranch, the H. Wilson & Company, and the site of the Battle of Gonzales.

FM 467[edit]

Farm to Market Road 467
Location: New BerlinSeguin
Length: 13.269 mi[149] (21.354 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[149]–present

FM 467 is a 13.3-mile-long (21.4 km) farm to market road in Guadalupe County connecting the cities of New Berlin and Seguin. The road starts at FM 775 in the narrow municipality of New Berlin and heads east-northeast. After intersecting FM 539 at its northern terminus, the road curves more to the northeast. It passes through a mix of ranches and residential properties. As the road enters the Seguin city limits, it intersects SH 46 acting as a bypass of the city. Further into the city, the road reaches the eastern terminus of FM 725 but soon ends itself at an intersection with SH 123 Bus.[150]

The road was designated in July 1945 running from the Elm Creek School southwest of Seguin to its current eastern terminus. About four years later in August 1949, the road was extended further southwest. It reached its present configuration in November 1954.[149]

FM 468[edit]

Farm to Market Road 468
Location: Big WellsCotulla
Length: 21.349 mi[151] (34.358 km)
Existed: June 25, 1945[151]–present

FM 468 is a 21.3-mile-long (34.3 km) farm to market road in Dimmit and La Salle counties. Starting at SH 85 three miles (4.8 km) east of Big Wells, the road mainly passes through brush and oil drill-filled lands of southern Texas. It heads southeast through rural areas of the two aforementioned counties until it reaches FM 469 outside of Cotulla. After this intersection, the number of commercial business that dot the highway increase until it reaches I-35 at its exit 67. Now within the city limits past the Interstate, FM 468 heads through the city on Leonard Avenue and Leona Street through a residential neighborhood to its end at Main Street (Business Loop I-35).[152]

The length of FM 468 was once much longer that it is now; it included segments east and southeast of Cotulla. At the time of its designation in June 1945, the road included a 2.5-mile (4.0 km) segment running northwest from US 81 (current BL I-35) and another segment 8.3-mile-long (13.4 km) southeast of the city running parallel to the Nueces River. To the northwest, an iteration of the road from 1948 to 1952 was routed over what is partly FM 469 to the community of Woodward. The road reached its current western terminus at SH 85 in 1952 by taking over a part of FM 1684. The eastern segment underwent numerous changes during the time it existed. At its longest length, FM 468 had a length of 46.8 miles (75.3 km) (both the eastern and western segments) from 1965 to 1976. 1976 is when the eastern segment was transferred to other roads leaving only the SH 85–Cotulla segment intact.[151]

FM 469[edit]

Farm to Market Road 469
Location: La Salle County
Length: 47.293 mi[153] (76.111 km)
Existed: June 25, 1945[153]–present

FM 469 is a farm to market road entirely in La Salle County. The 48-mile-long (77 km) two-lane road is shaped as a long loop around the north side of Cotulla with inconsistent directional signage throughout. The western terminus of the road is at FM 468 two miles (3.2 km) northwest of Cotulla. It heads northwest first to the community of Woodward before turning to the northeast. In the community of Millett, FM 469 has an interchange with I-35 at its exit 77. Now heading in an east-southeast direction, the road travels through the barren brush-filled lands of the county. In the community of Los Angeles, the road crosses SH 97. The road continues south for eight miles (13 km), turns to the west for five miles (8.0 km), and south again for just under three miles (4.8 km) to its western end at FM 624.[154]

At the time of its creation in June 1945, the road was only 4.3-mile-long (6.9 km) and traveled from Woodward to US 81 in Millett. In the mid 1950s, the road would undergo four extensions: To the southeast from Millett in January 1953 (total length 13.6 miles (21.9 km)), a extension at its west end to FM 468 in November 1953 (taking over FM 1684), to SH 97 in Los Angeles in November 1954, and to its current eastern terminus in December 1957.[153]

FM 470[edit]

Farm to Market Road 470
Location: Bandera County
Length: 28.656 mi[155] (46.117 km)
Existed: June 25, 1945[155]–present

FM 470 is a 28.7-mile-long (46.2 km) farm to market road spanning most of the hilly terrain of the southern portion of Bandera County. Starting at RM 187 north of Utopia, the road heads east through barren ranch lands dotted with brush. The only settlement along the road, Tarpley, is also the location of the only non-endpoint intersection with a state road, FM 462. East of Tarpley, the road heads in a more east-northeastern direction through similar terrain from the first part of the route. Immediately after crossing the Medina River, FM 470 ends at SH 16 about two miles (3.2 km) west of Bandera.[156]

In June 1945, FM 470 consisted of a spur road from SH 16 to Tarpley. It was extended seven and a half miles (12.1 km) west of Tarpley in February 1945 and another three miles (4.8 km) west over a mountain pass in August 1951. The road was extended to RM 187 in December 1952 and has remained unchanged since then.[155]

FM 471[edit]

Farm to Market Road 471
Location: Medina and Bexar counties
Length: 41.1 mi[157] (66.1 km)
Existed: May 23, 1951[158]–present

FM 471 is a 41.1-mile-long (66.1 km) partial loop around the western suburbs of San Antonio in Medina and Bexar counties. The highway, which is also designated Urban Road 471 by TxDOT, runs from I-35 near Natalia to Loop 1604 inside the San Antonio city limits. It also travels through Pearson, LaCoste, Castroville (where it forms a brief concurrency with US 90), and Rio Medina.[157]

The highway was created in May 1951 running from US 81 in Natalia to US 90 in Castroville. Over time, the road was extended to I-35 to the south and SH 16 in Leon Valley to the north. The northern end was truncated to Loop 1604 in 2014 when the portion of the road between Loop 1604 and the Leon Valley city limits was removed from the state highway system while the portion inside Leon Valley was resigned as Spur 471.[159]

FM 471 (1945–1949)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 471
Location: DilleyDivot
Existed: July 9, 1945–August 25, 1949[158]

The first iteration of FM 471 existed from July 1945 to August 1949 entirely in Frio County. For most of its existence, it traveled from SH 84 in Dilley to Divot. On July 22, 1949, the route was extended north from Divot for five miles (8.0 km) to Batesville however one month later on August 25, the entire road was transferred to FM 117.[158]

FM 472[edit]

Farm to Market Road 472
Location: Frio County
Length: 16.649 mi[160] (26.794 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[160]–present

FM 472 is a 16.6-mile-long (26.7 km) farm to market road in eastern Frio County southwest of San Antonio. Starting at Goldfinch Road about thirteen miles (21 km) east of Pearsall, it heads north through sparsely populated lands filled mostly with brush. It intersects FM 140 and FM 1549 in rural areas but intersects FM 462 in the community of Bigfoot. At its northern terminus just feet from the Medina County line, FM 472 ends at SH 173.[161]

When it was designated in July 1945, the road consisted of only a spur from SH 173 to Bigfoot. Around 1951, FM 472 was extended west to Moore at US 81. The configuration was changed in 1954 when FM 472 was routed south to Schattel School and Goldfinch Road and the former east-west segment was transferred to FM 462.[160]

RM 473[edit]

Ranch to Market Road 473
Location: Kendall and Blanco counties
Length: 39.733 mi[162] (63.944 km)
Existed: June 26, 1945[162]–present

RM 473 is a ranch to market road in Kendall and Blanco counties in central Texas. It begins in Comfort at SH 27; there is an intersection with US 87 in the town as well. It travels east for 41.5 miles (66.8 km) intersecting several farm to market roads and sharing a concurrency with US 281 in Twin Sisters. It ends at RM 32 east of Twin Sisters. The road was designated in 1945 as FM 473 but was changed to a ranch to market road in 1956.

RM 474[edit]

Ranch to Market Road 474
Location: Boerne
Length: 15.764 mi[163] (25.370 km)
Existed: June 26, 1945[163]–present

RM 474 is a ranch to market road entirely in Kendall County, northwest of San Antonio. It begins at an intersection with US 87 Bus. in the city of Boerne. The highway heads northeast along East Blanco Road passing the city hall. In front of Boerne High School, RM 474 turns left onto Esser Road and heads out of the city into a desolate rural area. Through the barren lands, the highway travels north and north-northeast over the Guadalupe River and ending at RM 473 about halfway between Sisterdale and Kendalia.[164]

RM 474 was first designated in June 1945 running from what was then US 87 in Boerne to the community of Kreutzberg, a highway with a total length of 7.3 miles (11.7 km). In February 1949, the highway was extended three miles (4.8 km) north past the Guadalupe River and was extended to its current terminus in July of the same year at what was then a county road.[163] This road became FM 473 in 1951.[162]

FM 475[edit]

Farm to Market Road 475
Location: Bee County
Length: 0.436 mi[165] (0.702 km)
Existed: May 10, 1993[165]–present

FM 475 is a short spur road located in Bee County. Located southeast of the city of Beeville, it runs from the northbound US 181 frontage road southeast to the entrance of the McConnell Unit prison.[166] It was designated on May 10, 1993 on its current route.[165]

RM 475 (1945)[edit]

Ranch to Market Road 475
Location: Bandera, Comal and Kendall counties
Existed: June 26, 1945–October 28, 1988[165]

RM 475 was first designated on June 26, 1945 running from US 87 in Boerne east to the intersection of US 281 and SH 46 running in Comal and Kendall counties. On July 18, 1951 the road was extended southwest to the Bandera County line, replacing FM 1719 and creating a concurrency with US 87. The road was extended southwest to SH 16 on December 18, 1951. After 37 years without any major changes, RM 475 was cancelled on October 28, 1988 and replaced by SH 46.[165]

FM 476[edit]

Farm to Market Road 476
Location: SomersetPleasanton
Length: 23.718 mi[167] (38.170 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[167]–present

FM 476 is a farm to market road connecting the outskirts of Somerset, Bexar County to Pleasanton, Atascosa County via Poteet. About one-third of the road travels and is signed north and south, this is the portion between FM 2790 and FM 2504. From this point, the road heads generally in an east-southeast direction towards Poteet where it has a short concurrency with SH 16 and another concurrency through downtown Poteet with Loop 282. Continuing southwest, FM 476 enters the city of Pleasanton where it intersects Spur 242 and heads south along Bryant Street. It ends at SH 97 southwest of the downtown.[168]

The road was created in July 1945 as a spur road running from Pleasanton running towards Poteet. In 1946, the road was slightly extended to reach Poteet. FM 476 was extended much further west and north to Bexar County near Somerset in 1953 by taking over the former FM 1100. The original routing of FM 476 through Pleasanton was along what is now Spur 242 and ended at US 281; the routing would change to Bryant Avenue in August 1965.[167]

A spur of FM 476 formerly existed in Poteet along School Drive from March 1963 to May 1989. This road became FM 3498.[167]

Major intersections

County Location mi[168] km Destinations Notes
Bexar   0.0 0.0 FM 2790 – Lytle, Somerset
Atascosa   2.1 3.4 FM 3175 west – Lytle Eastern terminus of FM 3175
  9.1 14.6 FM 2504 south – Kyote Northern terminus of FM 2504
  12.2 19.6 FM 1333 south – Charlotte Northern terminus of FM 1333
  14.7 23.7 FM 2146 south Northern terminus of FM 2146
Poteet 15.6 25.1 SH 16 north – San Antonio Western end of SH 16 concurrency
15.6 25.1 SH 16 south / Loop 282 begins – Jourdanton Eastern end of SH 16 concurrency; western end of Loop 282 concurrency
16.2 26.1 FM 3498 east (School Drive) Western terminus of FM 3498
16.7 26.9 Loop 282 south (4th Street) / Avenue H Eastern end of Loop 282 concurrency
17.2 27.7 FM 1470 north (9th Street) – Leming Southern terminus of FM 1470
17.4 28.0 FM 3498 west (School Drive) Eastern terminus of FM 3498
Pleasanton 23.8 38.3 Spur 242 east (Bensdale Road) to US 281 Western terminus of Spur 242
24.8 39.9 FM 3350 (Goodwin Street)
24.9 40.1 SH 97 (Oaklawn Road) / Bryant Street
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 477[edit]

Farm to Market Road 477
Location: Guadalupe County
Length: 2.462 mi[169] (3.962 km)
Existed: November 1, 1955[169]–present

FM 477 is a 2.4-mile-long (3.9 km) farm to market road in central Guadalupe County, southeast of the county seat of Seguin. The short connector connects SH 123 (just south of its intersection with SH 46) with FM 466.[170] The highway was designated in November 1955 on the same route it follows today.[169]

FM 477 (1945–1953)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 477
Location: Atascosa County
Existed: July 9, 1945–January 29, 1953[169]

The first iteration of FM 477 was designated on July 9, 1945 running from SH 173 (now SH 16) to Christine. FM 477 was cancelled on January 29, 1953 and its mileage was transferred to FM 140.[169]

FM 478[edit]

Farm to Market Road 478
Location: Atascosa and Wilson counties
Length: 3.563 mi[171] (5.734 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[171]–present

FM 478 is a short farm to market road in Atascosa and Wilson counties south of San Antonio. Starting at County Road 753 in Black Hill, a settlement located nine miles (14 km) east of Pleasanton in Atascosa County, the road heads north past ranches. The road makes a reverse curve to the east; at the second curve, FM 478 crosses into Wilson County. Shortly thereafter, the road ends at SH 97.[172] It was created in July 1945 running along the same route as it does today.[171]

RM 479[edit]

Ranch to Market Road 479
Location: Kerr and Kimble counties
Length: 32.346 mi[173] (52.056 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[173]–present

RM 479 is a 32-mile-long (51 km) in Kerr and Kimble counties northwest of San Antonio. Beginning at SH 27 between Mountain Home and Ingram, the road heads north through sparsely populated brush lands. It reaches exit 492 of I-10 three miles (4.8 km) from its southern terminus. After entering Kimble County, RM 479 intersects US 290 and turns to the northwest. Shortly after passing the ghost town of Noxville, the road curves to the west and ends at RM 2435.[174]

In July 1945, RM 479 started out as a nine-mile-long (14 km) road traveling from SH 27 to the Reservation Community. Two extensions occurred in the 1950s: it was extended to the Kerr–Kimble county line and to US 290 in December 1952 and February 1953 respectively. Extensions north and west of the US 290 intersection near Harper occurred in 1966, 1972, 1978, and 1979. The final extension occurred in January 1982 when it took over the entire length of RM 1534.[173]

RM 480[edit]

Ranch to Market Road 480
Location: Camp VerdeCenter Point
Length: 6.409 mi[175] (10.314 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[175]–present

RM 480 is a six-mile-long (9.7 km) ranch to market road entirely in Kerr County. It runs from SH 173 in Camp Verde to SH 27 in Center Point. From its southern terminus, the road parallels Verde Creek for about four and a half miles (7.2 km) passing through mostly ranch lands. After breaking away from the creek, the road heads north into residential neighborhoods of Center Point. RM 480 crosses the Guadalupe River and ends at SH 27.[176] Since its designation in July 1945, the road has always followed the same Camp Verde–Center Point routing.[175]

FM 481[edit]

Farm to Market Road 481
Location: Maverick, Zavala, Uvalde counties
Length: 43.336 mi[177] (69.743 km)
Existed: May 23, 1951[177]–present

FM 481 is a 43.3-mile-long (69.7 km) farm to market road in southern Texas. It starts at an intersection with US 57 in Maverick County, heads to the northeast, clips the northwestern corner of Zavala County, and enters Uvalde County where it crosses the Nueces River, passes the Uvalde National Fish Hatchery, and ends at US 90 at the city limits of Uvalde. Except at its two ends, FM 481 does not intersect any state-maintained highways.[178] The road was first designated in 1951 running from US 90 to the southwest for a distance of 6.3 miles (10.1 km); extensions occurred in 1952, 1973, and twice in 1976 before it reached its current length in 1983 when FM 481 took over the entire routing of FM 3078.[177][179]

FM 481 (1945–1946)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 481
Location: Kerr County
Length: 6.3 mi[177] (10.1 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945–June 4, 1946[177]

The first designation of FM 481 was a short-lived farm to market road from SH 16 to Camp Verde for a length of 6.3 miles (10.1 km) through Kerr County. It was designated in July 1945 but was deleted eleven months later in June 1946.[177]

FM 482[edit]

Farm to Market Road 482
Location: SchertzNew Braunfels
Length: 7.568 mi[180] (12.180 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[180]–present

FM 482 is a seven-and-a-half-mile-long (12.1 km) farm to market road in Comal County. Running as an east-west road between the cities of Schertz and New Braunfels, the road generally parallels I-35 between its exits 177 and 184. It begins at the northbound I-35 frontage road at exit 177 and heads to the north. At FM 2252, the road turns to become more parallel to the Interstate and heads through more rural areas of the city. FM 482 exits the city limits of Schertz and begins to skirt around the limits of New Braunfels as it passes near housing developments, trailer parks, and an apartment complex. Around the settlement of Solms, FM 482 merges with the route of former US 81. It ends fully inside the city limits of New Braunfels at the southbound frontage road to I-35 about one mile (1.6 km) later.[181] The road was created in July 1945 from the vicinity of its western terminus to US 81 in Solms. When US 81 was relocated to what is now the right-of-way of I-35 in December 1957, FM 482 was extended another mile to its current eastern terminus.[180]

FM 483[edit]

Farm to Market Road 483
Location: New Braunfels
Length: 0.962 mi[183] (1.548 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[183]–May 2010[182]

FM 483 was a short farm to market road located northeast of the downtown of New Braunfels, but still within the city limits. The road, created in July 9, 1945, ran from US 81 to San Geronimo School.[183] Eventually, new roads were built and designated therefore FM 483 ran between the northbound frontage road of I-35 and FM 1101.[184] Around 2006, construction began on the New Braunfels Town Center at Creekside shopping center; this construction led to the truncation of FM 483 at an access road through the center.[185] Eventually, with the additional extension of nearby FM 306 from I-35 to FM 1101, FM 483 was deleted from the state highway system around May 2010.[182]

RM 484[edit]

Ranch to Market Road 484
Location: Canyon LakeFischer
Length: 2.980 mi[186] (4.796 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[186]–present

RM 484 is a three-mile-long (4.8 km) ranch to market road connecting FM 306 in Canyon Lake to RM 32 in the community of Fischer, wholly located in northern Comal County. From its southern terminus, the two-lane road heads north past housing developments whose units are widely spaced, typical throughout the census-designated place of Canyon Lake. 2 12 miles (4.0 km) later, the road reaches its first intersection with RM 32. RM 484 continues north of there to head through the center of Fischer passing a general store and post office. It then ends at RM 32 where the road itself continues south as Cranes Mill Road.[187] The road was designated in July 1945 as a spur from RM 32 south towards the area of where the lake is now. Originally ending at the end of pavement, the road was extended another 0.1-mile (0.16 km) to an Army Corps of Engineers road (now FM 308).[186]

FM 485[edit]

Farm to Market Road 485
Location: ZabcikvilleHearne
Length: 38.546 mi[188] (62.034 km)
Existed: July 12, 1945[188]–present

FM 485 is a 38.5-mile-long (62.0 km) farm to market road through Bell, Milam, and Robertson counties in central Texas. Starting at SH 53 near Zabcikville, the road heads east, southeast, and east again through mostly agricultural lands passing small settlements along the way. About two-fifths of the trip in, it intersects US 77. The road heads through areas of again farmland but the density of woods increases as it approaches the Brazos River. FM 485 crosses the river, has a short concurrency with FM 1644, and enters the city limits of Hearne. After passing through some residential neighborhoods of the northern reaches of the city, FM 485 ends at an intersection with US 79 and SH 6.[189]

The road was created in July 1945 running from Yarrellton (the location of the modern-day FM 1915) to Splawn at US 77 and then-US 190. In 1951, the FM 485 was extended south from Yarrellton to Buckholt at US 190. An 3.2-mile (5.1 km) extension of the road southwest of Buckholt occurred in 1959 but was truncated by one mile (1.6 km) in 1961. In November 1968, the portion of the road from Buckholt to Yarrellton became FM 1915 while FM 485 took over the route of the former FM 2265. Finally in August 1975, US 190 was moved to a routing further south between Cameron and Hearne; FM 485 took over the route of US 190 between US 77 and US 79 at that time.[188]

Major intersections

County Location mi[189] km Destinations Notes
Bell Zabcikville 0.0 0.0 SH 53 – Temple, Rosebud
  0.7 1.1 FM 964 west – Cyclone Eastern terminus of FM 964
  2.8 4.5 FM 1671 east – Wilson Western terminus of FM 1671
  3.6 5.8 FM 940 west – Meeks Eastern terminus of FM 940
Milam Yarrellton 8.3 13.4 FM 1915 south – Buckholts Northern terminus of FM 1915
8.6 13.8 FM 2269 south – Cameron Northern terminus of FM 2269
Splawn 14.5 23.3 US 77 – Rosebud, Cameron
Belmena 20.4 32.8 FM 979 north – Calvert Southern terminus of FM 979
Robertson   34.1 54.9 FM 1644 south Western end of FM 1644 concurrency
  34.6 55.7 FM 1644 north – Calvert Eastern end of FM 1644 concurrency
Hearne 38.5 62.0 US 79 / SH 6 – Calvert, Hearne
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 486[edit]

Farm to Market Road 486
Location: ShilohPettibone
Length: 29.408 mi[190] (47.328 km)
Existed: July 12, 1945[190]–present

FM 486 is a 29.4-mile-long (47.3 km) farm to market road that runs mostly in Milam County with a small portion near its southern terminus being in Williamson County. From its south end at FM 112 in the community of Shiloh, the road heads north crossing into Milam County about three miles (4.8 km) into its journey. In the city of Thorndale, FM 486 crosses US 79. four and a half miles (7.2 km) north of Thorndale, FM 486 crosses three farm to market roads (908, 1331, and 3061) at their termini and crosses the San Gabriel River in the community of San Gabriel. Heading east then north through agricultural lands, the road intersects FM 487 and the Little River. As the road approaches the community of Pettibone, the road briefly heads east to parallel a BNSF railroad, turns north to cross the railroad, and ends at US 190 and SH 36.[191]

FM 486 was created in July 1945 running from Thorndale to San Gabriel. In November 1948, the road was extended north to Pettibone at US 190. The next extension occurred in December 1957 was when it was extended 4.7 miles (7.6 km) south from Thorndale to Conoley Church. About two years later in January 1960 was when the road was brought south to Shiloh; it has not changed since then.[190]

FM 487[edit]

Farm to Market Road 487
Location: Williamson, Bell, and Milam counties
Length: 60.791 mi[192] (97.834 km)
Existed: July 12, 1945[192]–present

FM 487 is a 61.1-mile-long (98.3 km) farm to market road through portions of Williamson, Bell, and Milam counties in central Texas. The route's western terminus is at SH 195 in Florence. It travels east to Jarrell where there is a discontinuity of the road at I-35. After resuming on the other side of I-35, it continues to the east through Bartlett but then curves towards the south before entering Rockdale. In Rockdale, there is a short concurrency with US 79. It then ends south of Rockdale at an intersection with US 77.

FM 488[edit]

Farm to Market Road 488
Location: FairfieldRichland-Chambers Reservoir
Length: 18.209 mi[193] (29.305 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[193]–present

FM 488 is a farm to market road that is 18.2 miles (29.3 km) in length and travels entirely in Freestone County. The road begins at US 84 (East Commerce Street) east of downtown Fairfield (but still within the city limits) and travels east and northeast along Main Street. Northeast of the city limits, FM 488 curves more to the north at an intersection where FM 2570 heads off to the north-northeast. The road passes a railroad balloon loop which provides an unloading point for coal to the Big Brown Coal Plant and FM 833. It also passes the Freestone Energy Center (a natural gas-powered generating station) and FM 1124. After the road's intersection with FM 417's eastern terminus, the road descends in elevation to travel along the bottom of the dam restraining the Richland-Chambers Reservoir. After a bridge that spans the Richland Creek (immediately downstream of the dam), FM 488 ends at an intersection with US 287.[194] The route of the highway at the time of its initial designation in July 1945 consisted of a spur road from Fairfield north for about 14 miles (23 km). It was extended north to US 287 in February 1948.[193]

FM 489[edit]

Farm to Market Road 489
Location: PersonvilleRed Lake
Length: 32.806 mi[195] (52.796 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[195]–present

FM 489 is a 33-mile-long (53 km) farm to market road in a small portion of Limestone and Freestone counties. Starting at SH 164 near Personville, the road travels northeast through Limestone County for about one-half mile (0.80 km) before heading east through Freestone County for the rest of its route. In the settlement of Freestone, FM 489 shares a 0.4-mile (0.64 km) concurrency with FM 80. Heading through Dew, the road passes over I-45 without an interchange but intersects SH 179 and SH 75 (the former providing access to the Interstate). Heading past Lanely where it intersects FM 1848, FM 489 begins to curve to the north and intersects US 84 in the settlement of Red Lake. The highway continues northwest of the U.S. Highway for just under two miles (3.2 km) but curves to the northeast past that point. It ends at the intersection of County Roads 240, 241, and 271.[196]

When the road was created in July 1945, it traveled a distance of 4.5 miles (7.2 km) from Dew to the vicinity of Oakwood in Leon County. Ten years later, FM 1368 and FM 1915 were combined into portions of FM 489 such that it now ran from SH 164 to Lanely. In January 1957, FM 489 took over the routing of FM 1980 to bring the eastern terminus of the route to US 84. The last extension north of US 84 occurred in September 1960 with FM 489 being routed over previously unnumbered roads.[195]

FM 490[edit]

Farm to Market Road 490
Location: Starr CountyWillamar
Length: 66.829 mi[197] (107.551 km)
Existed: June 26, 1946[197]–present

FM 490 is a 69-mile-long (111 km) farm to market road across South Texas in the counties of Starr, Hidalgo, and Willacy. Beginning at FM 755 between Rio Grande City and La Gloria, the road heads east through a rural area comprising farm lands and oil wells. The road eventually leaves Starr County for Hidalgo and comes to the community of McCook where some small businesses, homes, and churches are found. In this town, a two-mile-long (3.2 km) concurrency begins with FM 681. In the vicinity of the road's interchange with US 281 (future I-69C), it briefly enters the Edinburg city limits and passes the entrance to South Texas International Airport at Edinburg. East of here, the road begins to make successive 90-degree bends but still maintains an overall heading of east. The final town in Hidalgo County through which FM 490 passes is Hargill where it intersects FM 493.[198]

The remainder of the road through Willacy County passes mainly through unincorporated rural areas no passing through any settlements, though it does pass near Lasara at its intersection with FM 1015. It also passes near Raymondville where it crosses US 77 Bus. Surrounding this intersection are some large stores and housing complexes. East of this intersection, FM 490 has an interchange with I-69E and US 77. Ten miles (16 km) later, the road ends at FM 1420 near the settlement of Willamar.[198]

FM 490 was created in June 1945 running from its intersection with US 281 to the Hidaldo-Willacy county line. Two years later, it was slightly extended east to FM 88. The next extension occurred in February 1958 when it was extended over the entire lengths of FM 2059 and FM 1561 to end at FM 755. It was extended east from FM 88 to FM 2099 in June 1964. The final eastward extension to FM 1420 occurred in July 1965.[197]

Major junctions

County Location mi[198] km Destinations Notes
Starr   0.0 0.0 FM 755 – Rio Grande City, La Gloria
  9.2 14.8 FM 2844 north / Pipeline Road Southern terminus of FM 2844
Hidalgo McCook 18.8 30.3 FM 681 north / FM 2058 south – La Gloria Western end of FM 681 concurrency; northern terminus of FM 2058
  21.1 34.0 FM 681 south / CR 3198 – Mission Eastern end of FM 681 concurrency
Edinburg 35.0–
35.1
56.3–
56.5
US 281 – Falfurrias, Edinburg Interchange, future I-69C
Hargill 43.0 69.2 FM 493
Willacy   47.9 77.1 FM 88 – Raymondville, Weslaco
  50.4 81.1 FM 1015 – Lasara, Edcouch
  53.6 86.3 FM 1425
  55.7 89.6 FM 2845 south / CR 155 Northern terminus of FM 2845
  56.7 91.2 FM 1834 north / CR 180 Southern terminus of FM 1834
  58.3 93.8
Bus. US 77 – Raymondville, Lyford
  58.8–
58.9
94.6–
94.8
I-69E / US 77 Exit 45 (I-69E)
  63.2 101.7 FM 2099
Willamar 68.8 110.7 FM 1420
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 491[edit]

Farm to Market Road 491
Location: RelampagoLyford
Length: 30.518 mi[199] (49.114 km)
Existed: June 26, 1945[199]–present

FM 491 is a 31-mile-long (50 km) farm to market road in Hidalgo and Willacy counties in the southernmost portion of Texas. It runs between Relampago and US 281 (one and a half miles (2.4 km) from the Mexico–United States border) and US 77 Bus. just south of Lyford. It begins heading north from US 281 through agricultural lands. Upon entering the city of Mercedes, it forms a 0.7-mile-long (1.1 km) concurrency with US 83 Bus. west through the city's downtown. After the concurrency, the road heads north where it has an interchange with I-2 and US 83. Passing through residential neighborhoods of northern Mercedes, Indian Hills, and Laguna Seca, the road continues north with some curves around canals that line the area. In the city of La Villa, FM 491 intersects SH 107 in the city center. North of this city, the road make numerous 90-degree bends as it finishes its trip through Hidalgo County and starts traveling through Willacy County. After intersecting numerous farm to market roads, the road ends at US 77 Bus. immediately adjacent to a Union Pacific railroad.[200]

The road was designated in June 1945 to run between SH 107 in La Villa and US 77 (now the highway's business route). It was extended south to US 281 in July 1951 via Mercedes and replacing FM 1428. Originally, FM 491 was routed through Mercedes on 10th Street and Texas Avenue; a spur to US 83 via Mistletoe Avenue was added in November 1951. The routing through the city was changed in March 1952 by removing the portion of 10th Street and Texas Avenue south of US 83 (part of its business route today) and routing the mainline via the spur road. The road has remained the same since then.[199]

Major junctions

County Location mi[200] km Destinations Notes
Hidalgo Relampago 0.0 0.0 US 281 – Brownsville, Pharr, International Bridge
Mercedes 4.6 7.4
Bus. US 83 east (2nd Street) / Liberty Street – Harlingen
Southern end of US 83 Bus. concurrency
5.3 8.5
Bus. US 83 west (2nd Street) / South Texas Avenue – Weslaco
Northern end of US 83 Bus. concurrency
5.7 9.2 I-2 / US 83 – Harlingen, Weslaco Exit 163B (I-2)
La Villa 16.3 26.2 SH 107 – Edcouch, Santa Rosa
17.7 28.5 FM 1925 west Eastern terminus of FM 1925
  21.5 34.6 FM 2629 east Western terminus of FM 1925
  24.6 39.6 FM 1422 west Eastern terminus of FM 1422
Willacy   26.5 42.6 FM 1425
  28.8 46.3 FM 2845
  31.2 50.2
Bus. US 77
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 492[edit]

Farm to Market Road 492
Location: Palmview
Length: 7.488 mi[201] (12.051 km)
Existed: June 26, 1945[201]–present

FM 492 is a 7.5-mile-long (12.1 km) farm to market road entirely in Hidalgo County, in the southern portion of the state. The highway begins at an intersection with Goodwin Road and US 83 Bus. in the city of Palmview. It heads north along Goodwin Road and after intersecting the frontage roads of Interstate 2/US 83, the highway exits the city limits of Palmview and jogs to the right at Three Mile Road and FM 1924 before traveling north again on Doffing Road. It intersects FM 676 at the latter's western terminus before FM 492 terminates at FM 2221 (Mile 7 Road).[202]

The highway was created in June 1945 running from what is still its southern terminus (though the intersecting highway was mainline US 83 at the time) north for three miles (4.8 km) to Three Mile Road. In May 1951, the road was extended north to its current northern terminus and then east along current FM 2221 to FM 681. This routing would last until January 1987 when the east-west portion between FM 2221 and FM 681 was transferred to FM 2221 leaving FM 492 on its current routing.[201] The portion of FM 492 south of FM 1924 was officially designated as Urban Road 492 in June 1995 but is continued to be signed as FM 492.[203][202]

FM 493[edit]

Farm to Market Road 493
Location: Hidalgo County
Length: 29.811 mi[204] (47.976 km)
Existed: June 26, 1945[204]–present

FM 493 is a farm to market road 30 miles (48 km) in length and entirely in Hidalgo County. It begins at the Donna–Río Bravo International Bridge where state maintenance begins. Starting out as a four-lane divided highway, the road heads east then turns to the north intersecting US 281. North of here, the road narrows to two lanes and travels through agricultural land. Before entering the city of Donna, the number of residential complexes surrounding the road increases. Inside the city, the road widens to four lanes again (but undivided) surrounded by residential neighborhoods. After crossing US 83 Bus., the road heads through a commercial district in the city. North of its interchange with I-2 and US 83, the road remains four lanes wide and passes through a mix of residences and farm lane. The road narrows to two lanes before curving to due north.[205]

In the census designated place of La Blanca, the road crosses SH 107. The mix of houses and farms is still present as the road passes FM 1925 and has a short concurrency with FM 2812. Residences dwindle north of the concurrency except when FM 493 reaches the community of Hargill where it intersects FM 490 in the town center. The road comes to an end at SH 186 near tracts of the Lower Rio Grande Valley National Wildlife Refuge and the Willacy County line.[205]

FM 493 was created in June 1945 as a road connecting Donna with Runn School, about seven and a half miles (12.1 km) south of the city. In March 1957, the road was expanded southward on a new alignment of the road to US 281 and northward to Hargill at FM 490. A 3.4-mile (5.5 km) extension of the road to SH 186 north of Hargill occurred in late 1960 with the road not changing since then.[204]

Major junctions
The entire route is in Hidalgo County.

Location mi[205] km Destinations Notes
  0.0 0.0 Donna–Río Bravo International BridgeRío Bravo, Mexico
  0.8 1.3 US 281 – Brownsville, Pharr
Donna 7.3 11.7
Bus. US 83
8.0–
8.1
12.9–
13.0
I-2 / US 83 Exit 155A (I-2)
La Blanca 15.9 25.6 SH 107 – Elsa, Edinburg
  17.7 28.5 FM 1925
  20.8 33.5 FM 2812 west / CR 7060 Southern end of FM 2812 concurrency
  21.3 34.3 FM 2812 east / Mile 21 1/2 N Northern end of FM 2812 concurrency
Hargill 26.4 42.5 FM 490
  29.9 48.1 SH 186 – San Manuel, Raymondville
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 494[edit]

Farm to Market Road 494
Location: Hidalgo County
Length: 15.385 mi[206] (24.760 km)
Existed: June 26, 1945[206]–present

FM 494 is a 15.3-mile-long (24.6 km) J-shaped farm to market road in Hidalgo County near the Mexico–United States border. The road begins at FM 1016 in Mission, about 0.3 miles (0.48 km) from the Rio Grande and the international border. FM 494 begins heading southeast paralleling a Rio Valley Switching Company railroad before it crosses the railroad and continues to the southeast. After passing under FM 396 and the Anzalduas International Bridge, FM 494 enters the city limits of Granjeno before curving to the north and passing through a small portion of McAllen and back into Mission. It intersects FM 1016 again before continuing north on Shary Road through Mission. In Mission, there are intersections with I-2/US 83's frontage roads, US 83 Bus., and SH 495. North of Mission, the highway passes through the city of Palmhurst where it intersects FM 1924. It also briefly follows the eastern border of Alton in the vicinity of FM 676. FM 494 ends at SH 107.[207]

The highway was created in June 1945 as a 3.5-mile-long (5.6 km) spur south from SH 107. In June 1954, the road was extended further south to Mission at what was then US 83 (now US 83 Bus.) for a total length of 7.4 miles (11.9 km) and further extended to FM 1016 (the current easternmost intersection with FM 1016) in March 1957. The loop through Granjeno was added in August 1968. Except for a small extension at its southern end (western intersection with FM 1016) in 1986, the highway has not had any major changes since then.[206] In June 1995, the entire road was redesignated as Urban Road 494 though it continues to be signed as FM 494.[208][207]

FM 495[edit]

Farm to Market Road 495
Location: PalmviewDonna
Length: 16.570 mi[209][210] (26.667 km)
Existed: June 26, 1945–June 22, 2001[209][210]

FM 495 was the designation of the highway now known as SH 495 in Hidalgo County. The farm to market road was first designated in June 1945 in the McAllen vicinity and had numerous extensions applied to it throughout its history.[209] In June 1995, the entire road was officially designated as Urban Road 495 though signage continued to show it as a farm to market road.[210] The entire road in June 2001, which at the time had a length of 16.6 miles (26.7 km), was redesignated as a state highway.[210]

FM 496[edit]

Farm to Market Road 496
Location: Zapata
Length: 3.022 mi[211] (4.863 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[211]–present

FM 496 is a 3-mile-long (4.8 km) farm to market road in Zapata County near the Rio Grande and Mexican border. Beginning at the start of pavement about 4,000 feet (1,200 m) from the river bank, it heads northeast first past FM 3074, a road that heads to the community of Falcon Mesa. FM 496 continues northeast past some light industrial businesses and a cemetery. At this point, the two-lane road enters the community of Zapata and expands to four-lanes wide. The road travels for three blocks before ending at an intersection with US 83 and SH 16 which begins ahead.[212]

Upon its initial designation in July 1945, the road included all of what comprises FM 496 now and SH 16 to the Jim Hogg County line. One month later in August, the road was extended much further along modern SH 16 to Hebbronville. It was extended to a total length of 92 miles (148 km) when FM 496 was routed from Hebbronville to Freer. It was shortened to its current length in September 1965 when SH 16 was rerouted over the road between Zapata to Freer.[211]

FM 497[edit]

Farm to Market Road 497
Location: Willacy County
Length: 15.8 mi[213] (25.4 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945–December 18, 1990[213]

FM 497 was a farm to market road in Willacy County traveling from San Perlita to the Red Fish Bay at Port Mansfield. Originally, the highway started in downtown San Perlita when it was designated in July 1945, but its western starting point was moved to south of the city in November 1948.[213] This 15.8-mile-long (25.4 km) alignment of the road would last until December 1990 when it was replaced in its entirety by SH 186.[213]

FM 498[edit]

Farm to Market Road 498
Location: LyfordWillamar
Length: 11.870 mi[214] (19.103 km)
Existed: July 9, 1945[214]–present

FM 498 is a 11.8-mile-long (19.0 km) farm to market road in southern Willacy County. The highway travels from the intersection of Olive Road and US 77 Bus. in Lyford east through the county before ending at FM 1420 in Willamar. It has an interchange with I-69E and US 77 just southeast of downtown Lyford.[215] The highway was designated in July 1945 and has remained along the same routing since its creation.[214]

The entire route is in Willacy County.

Location mi[215] km Destinations Notes
Lyford 0.0 0.0
Bus. US 77 / CR 4208 (Olive Road)
0.3–
0.4
0.5–
0.6
I-69E / US 77 Exit 42A (I-69E)
  4.4 7.1 FM 2099 south / CR 345 (Live Oak Road) Western end of FM 2099 concurrency
  5.1 8.2 FM 2099 north Eastern end of FM 2099 concurrency
  7.3 11.7 FM 507 south / CR 395 Northern terminus of FM 507
Willamar 11.8 19.0 FM 1420 Eastern end of FM 2099 concurrency
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 499[edit]

Farm to Market Road 499
Location: Hunt and Hopkins counties
Length: 12.956 mi[216] (20.851 km)
Existed: January 23, 1953[216]–present

FM 499 is located in Hunt and Hopkins counties. It runs from Loop 302 in Greenville to I-30. There are concurrencies with SH 24 and I-30's frontage road. In addition to Greenville, the highway passes through the towns of Campbell and Cumby.[217]

FM 499 was designated on January 23, 1953 from US 67, 0.7 miles (1.1 km) east of Greenville east to US 67 east of Cumby on a former routing of US 67. On May 15, 1965 the route was modified due to various highway number changes and a section of FM 499 from FM 819 southwest for 1.7 miles (2.7 km) was transferred to SH 50.[216]

FM 499 (1945)[edit]

Farm to Market Road 499
Location: San Saba County
Existed: July 13, 1945–December 13, 1951[216]

The first iteration of FM 499 was designated on July 13, 1945 from US 190, 3.5 miles (5.6 km) east of San Saba to a point 7.5 miles (12.1 km) to the southeast to Colony School Road, entirely in San Saba County. FM 499 was cancelled on December 13, 1951 and combined with FM 580.[216]

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