List of state highway spurs in Texas

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Texas Spur Highway markers
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State: State Highway X (SH X)
Loops: Loop X
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Recreational: Recreational Road X (RE X)
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to Market Roads:
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This is a list of state highways in the U.S. state of Texas with Spur designations.

List[edit]

Number Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Local names Formed Removed Notes
Spur 1 U.S. Fish Hatchery US 90 west of Uvalde Uvalde Spur 1939[1] 1943[1]
Spur 1 US 80A near Courchesne School in El Paso I-10 in El Paso El Paso Spur 1958[1] 1964[1] Transferred to Loop 16
Spur 3 Corpus Christi Spur 1993 current
Spur 5 1950 1952 Former Loop 5, became FM 150 (now RM 150)
Spur 5 Winnie Spur 1953 1988 Became a portion of FM 1663
Spur 5 Houston Spur 1998 current
Spur 6 Anthony Spur 1998 current
Spur 9 Olton Spur 1939 1955 Became a portion of FM 304 (now FM 168)
Spur 10 Rosenberg Spur 1994 current
Spur 16 2005 2012 Renumbered to Spur 216
Spur 16 El Paso Spur 2012 current
Spur 17 2008 current
Spur 18 Oglesby Spur 1939 1951 Became a portion of FM 1742
Spur 21 Spur Spur 1939 1942 Became Loop 21
Spur 22 Peacock spur 1939 1954 Became portion of FM 2211
Spur 22 2001 current
Spur 24 Wiergate Spur 1939 1949 Became a portion of FM 1415; was decommissioned from 1944 until 1946
Spur 24 Dalhart Spur 2008 current
Spur 25 Langtry Spur 1939 1939 Redesignated as a Loop
Spur 26 Lorenzo Spur 1939 1948 Became a portion of FM 378
Spur 26 2006 current Replaced a portion of Bus. I-35-M in Georgetown
Spur 27 Sweet Home Spur 1939 1946 Became a portion of FM 531
Spur 28 Danbury Spur 1939 current
Spur 29 Forest Spur 1939 1958 Became a portion of FM 1911
Spur 29 San Juan Spur 2009[2] current
Spur 30 Frost Spur 1939 1960 Became a portion of FM 667
Spur 30 Wheeler County Spur 1976 current Section of the former US 66
Spur 31 Blooming Grove Spur 1939 1945 Became a portion of FM 634
Spur 31 Mercedes Spur 1960 current
Spur 32 Barry Spur 1939 1951 Became a portion of FM 1126
Spur 33 Frisco Spur 1939 current
Spur 35 McMahan Chapel Spur 1939 current
Spur 37 Vinton Spur 2005 current
Spur 39 Klondike Spur 1939 1949 Became a portion of FM 1528
Spur 40 Santo Spur 1939 1942 Became a portion of FM 4
Spur 40 Normangee Park Spur 1959 1973 Became a portion of FM 3
Spur 41 Mobeetie Spur 1939 1942 Became a portion of FM 48
Spur 41 Sugar Land Spur 1965 2004
Spur 45 Southland Spur 1939 current
Spur 48 Austin Spur 1939 1954
Spur 49 Corsicana Spur 1939 1966
Spur 50 Burleson Spur 1939 2011[3] Was designated Loop 50 in 1957–1960
Spur 51 Northlake Spur 1997 2001[4]
Spur 52 Columbus Spur 1939 current
Spur 53 West Spur 1939 1953 Became a portion of FM 2114
Spur 53 San Antonio Spur 1980 2014
Spur 54 Thornton Spur 1939 1957 Became a portion of FM 1246
Spur 54 Harlingen Spur 1961 current
Spur 55 Brandon Spur 1939 1959 Became a portion of FM 1243
Spur 55 Baytown Spur 1969 2002 Redesignated SH 99
Spur 56 Mertens Spur 1939 1948 Became a portion of FM 308
Spur 56 Raymondville Spur 1965 current
Spur 57 Conroe Spur 1939 1986 Was designated Loop 57 in 1961–1980
Spur 57 Pyote Spur 1991 current Section of the former US 80
Spur 58 1939 2004
Spur 59 West Columbia Spur 1939 1955 Became a portion of FM 1301
Spur 59 Huntsville Spur 1980 current
Spur 63 Malakoff Spur 1939 1944 Became a portion of FM 90
Spur 63 Longview Spur 1958 current
Spur 64 Trinidad Spur 1939 1948 Became a portion of FM 764
Spur 65 Baxter 1939 1950 Became a portion of FM 804
Spur 65 Pyote Spur 1959 current
Spur 66 Kilgore Spur 1939 1959 Redesignated Loop 66
Spur 66 2005 2014
Spur 67 Ackerly Spur 1939 1954 Became a portion of FM 2212
Spur 67 1959 current
Spur 69 Deweyville Spur 1939 1945 Became a portion of SH 235
Spur 69 Austin Spur 1969 current Was briefly redesignated SH 169 in 1990
Spur 71 Fannin's Grave Spur 1939 1966 Redesignated Loop 71
Spur 72 Sinton Spur 1939 1949 Became a portion of US 181
Spur 72 Corpus Christi spur 1961 1983
Spur 72 Lufkin Spur 1987 current Former portion of FM 1271
Spur 73 Princeton Spur 1939 1943 Became a portion of FM 75
Spur 74 Whiteface Spur 1939 1948 Became a portion of FM 769
Spur 74 Victory City Spur 1963 current
Spur 77 Mt. Fowlkes Spur 1991 current
Spur 78 McDonald Observatory Spur 1939 current
Spur 80 Arp Spur 1939 current
Spur 84 Gruver Spur 1939 1945 Became a portion of FM 289 (now SH 15)
Spur 85 First Presbyterian Church Spur 1939 current
Spur 86 A&M Spur 1940 1951 Former SH 224
Spur 86 Whaley Spur 1963 current
Spur 87 Terrell State Hospital Spur 1964 current
Spur 89 Old Fort Houston Spur 1940 1953 Became a portion of FM 1990
Spur 90 Winona Spur 1940
Spur 91 Fannin State Park Spur 1940 Former SH 162, became Park Road 27
Spur 91 Victoria Spur 1958 current
Spur 92 Monument Hill Spur 1940 current Former SH 167
Spur 93 Blessing Spur 1940 1951 Former SH 177, became a portion of FM 1727
Spur 93 Port Arthur Spur 1993 current
Spur 94 1940 2006 Former SH 219
Spur 95 Lexington of Texas Spur 1940 current Former SH 226
Spur 96 Prairie View College Spur 1940 1953 Former SH 244, became a portion of FM 1098
Spur 97 Marietta Spur 1940 1945 Former SH 245, became a portion of FM 250
Spur 97 Houston Spur 1965 1969 Became a portion of SH 225
Spur 97 DFW Airport Spur 1974 current Not signed on overhead guide signage
Spur 98 Kerrville State Hospital Spur 1940 2010 Former SH 248, redesignated Loop 98
Spur 99 San Felipe Spur 1940 1966 Former SH 249, became a portion of FM 1458
Spur 99 San Benito Spur 1981 1984
Spur 100 American Legion Cemetery Spur 1940 current Former SH 264
  •       Former

Note: an italicized location indicates that the Highway Designation File does not give an official name for the highway. All other highways are designated "[location] Loop" or "[location] Spur".

  former
Number Location Year Notes
Spur 101 Kilgore Cut-Off 1940–2008 former SH 277, became a portion of SH 42
Spur 102 Keene 1940–present former SH 292
Spur 103 Jewett 1940–1949 became a portion of FM 1512
Spur 103 Grapevine 1961–2006
Spur 104 Kosse 1940–1956 became a portion of SH 7
Spur 104 Madisonville 1963–present
Spur 105 Munday 1940–1948 became a portion of SH 222
Spur 106 San Antonio 1940–1943
Spur 107 Scurry 1940–1949 became a portion of FM 148
Spur 108 Lipan 1940–1942 became a portion of FM 7 (now FM 4)
Spur 110 Abbott 1940–1949 became a portion of FM 1242
Spur 111 State Experimental Farm 1940–1948 redesignated FM 836
Spur 112 Denhawken 1940–1949 became a portion of FM 1347
Spur 112 Lyford 1965–present
Spur 113 Kosciusko 1940–1948 became a portion of FM 541
Spur 113 Boyd Unit Correctional Facility 1993–present
Spur 114 Port Arthur 1940–1950 became part of Texas State Highway Loop 114
Spur 114 Streetman 1964–present
Spur 115 Josephine 1940–1942 became a portion of FM 6
Spur 115 McAllen-Hidalgo 1970–present formerly FM 1926
Spur 116 New Willard 1940–1941 redesignated as Loop 116
Spur 117 Mount Calm 1941–1952 transferred to FM 1662 (later FM 737, now FM 339)
Spur 117 San Antonio 1980–present
Spur 118 Roanoke 1941–1996 redesignated as Loop 118
Spur 119 Phillips 1941–present
Spur 121 Terlingua 1941–1946 former SH 227
Spur 122 Bovina 1941–1952 became a portion of FM 1731
Spur 122 San Antonio 1964–present former routing of US 181
Spur 125 Burton 1945–present former Loop 125, partially replaced by FM 390
Spur 126 San Angelo 1941–present
Spur 128 Cestohowa 1941–1970 became a portion of FM 3191
Spur 129 Panna Maria 1941–1948 became a portion of FM 886 (now FM 81)[5]
Spur 129 Whitesboro 2002–present
Spur 131 Aledo 1941–1942 became a portion of FM 5
Spur 131 Gonzales 1960–present
Spur 133 Quanah 1942–present former Loop 133
Spur 134 Mt. Pleasant 1942–present
Spur 135 A & M Airport 1942–1965 became a portion of FM 2818
Spur 135 Toledo Bend Dam 1969–present
Spur 136 Port Neches 1942–present
Spur 137 Greenville 2009–present[6][7]
Spur 138 Greenville 2009–present[7]
Spur 138 Dawson 1942–1947 became a portion of FM 709
Spur 138 Sanger 1960–1992 became Bus. I-35-X
Spur 139 Paris 1962–present former Loop 286
Spur 140 Borger 1969–present former Loop 140
Spur 143 Quail 1943–1951 became a portion of FM 1056
Spur 144 Uvalde 1961–present formerly a part of FM 2369
Spur 145 Snook 1943–1953 became a portion of FM 2155
Spur 146 Gonzales 1961–present former US 90A
Spur 147 Tyler 1944–present
Spur 148 Fort Hancock 1944–present
Spur 150 Truscott 1944–1951 combined with FM 1756
Spur 151 Denison Dam 1944–1946 redesignated SH 75A, now SH 91
Spur 152 Beckville 1944–present
Spur 156 Kirvin 1944–1948 became a portion of FM 809
Spur 156 Waskom 1963–present
Spur 158 Georgetown 2006–present former Bus. I-35-M
Spur 159 Port Alto 1944–present
Spur 161 Point 1944–present partially replaced by FM 514
Spur 162 Ore City 1945–1949 became a portion of FM 450
Spur 162 Jourdanton 1959–present
Spur 163 Houston 1945–1954 became US 59
Spur 164 Tyler State Fish Hatchery 1945–present
Spur 165 Friona 1945–1948 became a portion of FM 299 (now SH 214)
Spur 165 Brookeland 1965–present formerly a part of FM 705
Spur 169 Kingsville 1945–present
Spur 171 Dupont Plant (Orange) 1946–1953 became FM 1006
Spur 172 Fort Hood 1946–present
Spur 174 Madisonville 1946–present partially transferred to SH 90
Spur 176 Mill Village (Itasca) 1946–present
Spur 178 Austin 1946–1954
Spur 178 Commerce 1958-1965 redesignated as Loop 178
Spur 180 Whitney 1961–present formerly Loop 180
Spur 183 Star 1946–1953 transferred to FM 1047
Spur 183 Alabama-Coushatta Indian Reservation 1962–1963 transferred to FM 2865 (now Park Road 56)
Spur 184 Childress Army Air Field 1947–1973 former War Highway 16, became a portion of FM 164
Spur 185 Winfield 1947–present
Spur 186 Paige 1947–present
Spur 188 Lipscomb 1947–present
Spur 189 Clyde 1947–2005
Spur 190 Gillett 1947–present
Spur 191 Spicewood 1965–present
Spur 192 Bynum 1947–1958 became a portion of FM 1946
Spur 192 Perryton 1959–present
Spur 193 Malone 1947–1952 became a portion of FM 308
Spur 194 Fort Stockton 1947–present
Spur 195 Briscoe 1947–1948 became a portion of FM 1046
Spur 196 Matador 1948–present
Spur 197 Independence 1948–1958 former portion of SH 211, transferred to FM 390
Spur 197 Texas City 2012–present former Loop 197
Spur 199 San Benito 1948–1961
Spur 199 Pleasanton 1981–present
Spur 200 Roma-Los Saenz 1948–present shortest spur in Texas
Spur 201 Baytown 1948-1955 redesignated as Loop 201
Spur 202 Gregory 1948–present
Spur 203 Presidio 1996–present former U.S. Route 67
Spur 206 Harlingen 1948–present former US 77
Spur 209 Reklaw 1948–2006
Spur 213 Wichita Falls 1973–present former SH 79
Spur 214 Texas Company Reservoir 1948–1987 transferred to SH 82
Spur 215 Port Arthur 1948–present
Spur 216 Glen Rose 1948–1949 became a portion of SH 144
Spur 216 Eagle Pass 2012–present
Spur 217 Midland-Odessa Regional Air Terminal 1969–1991 became a portion of Loop 40
Spur 224 Penelope 1949–1959 transferred to FM 1888
Spur 226 Tyler 1947–1990 became a portion of SH 155
Spur 228 Argenta 1949–1956 became a spur of FM 888
Spur 228 Amarillo 1959–present connected US 287 with the former Amarillo Air Force Base
Spur 231 Benchley 1975–present former SH OSR
Spur 232 LaFayette 1950–1953 transferred to FM 993
Spur 232 Lubbock 1969–1994
Spur 233 Boys Ranch 1950–present
Spur 237 Roscoe 1958-1959 redesignated Loop 237; now Bus. I-20-L
Spur 239 Del Rio 1950–present former US 277
Spur 240 Eagle Pass 1950–present
Spur 241 Hidalgo 1950–present
Spur 242 Pleasanton 1951–present
Spur 243 Austin 1951–1954
Spur 244 Dallas 1951–present former SH 78
Spur 245 Borger 1951–present
Spur 246 Borger 1951–present
Spur 247 San Antonio 1951–1960 became part of US 87
Spur 247 Pyote 1960–present former SH 115
Spur 248 Blum 1952–1954 transferred to FM 67
Spur 248 Tyler 1959–present serves University of Texas at Tyler campus
Spur 250 Mossy Grove 1959–1965 became a portion of FM 2989
Spur 253 Belton 1952–2007 former US 81 and US 190
Spur 258 Kenedy 1952–1991 former US 181, became Bus. US 181-F
Spur 259 Kenedy 1952–1991 former US 181, became Bus. US 181-G
Spur 259 Laredo 2013 former Loop 20
Spur 260 Laredo 2008 spur off of southern Loop 20 also known as Cuatro Vientos Road
Spur 261 Houston 1954–present former routing of US 75, also known as North Shepherd Dr.
Spur 263 Battle Creek Memorial 1952–present
Spur 264 Quinlan 1959–present partially replaced by SH 276
Spur 268 Midland 1953-2011 former US 80, redesignated as Loop 268[8]
Spur 269 Midland 1953-2011 former US 80;cancelled[8]
Spur 270 Friona 1953–1991 became a portion of Business SH 214-A
Spur 272 Deweyville 1953–present former SH 87
Spur 273 Alvin 1953–present
Spur 274 Floydada 1953–1954
Spur 274 Dallas 1968–1981 became I-30
Spur 276 Dalhart 1954–1991 became Bus. US 87-B
Spur 276 El Paso 2008–2012 became renumbered as Spur 16
Spur 277 Coupland 1954–present former SH 95
Spur 278 Lufkin 1953–present former US 66
Spur 280 Fort Worth 1955–present
Spur 285 Quanah 1955–1971 former US 287, became FM 2568
Spur 290 Temple 1956–present former US 81
Spur 294 Richland-Chambers Reservoir 1991–present
Spur 297 Del Rio 1956–present
Spur 298 Waco 1956–present
Spur 299 Waco 1956–present
Spur 300 Angleton 1982–1987 former SH 288, transferred to SH 227
Spur 300 Nacogdoches 1994–present
Spur 303 Fort Worth, Arlington, Grand Prairie, Dallas 1956–present longest spur in Texas
Spur 309 Cameron 1957–1959
Spur 309 Reese Air Force Base 1959–present former War Highway 5
Spur 310 Presidio 1996–2003 former U.S. Route 67
Spur 311 Bonham 1975–present former SH 121
Spur 312 Abilene 1956–1987 transferred to FM 3438
Spur 312 Weatherford 1991–present former US 80
Spur 313 Lubbock 1997–2006
Spur 314 Mertens 1956–1997 former portion of FM 308
Spur 316 Pottsboro 2010–present former portion of FM 120
Spur 317 Del Rio 1957–present
Spur 324 Tennessee Colony 1957–present former US 287
Spur 325 Sheppard Air Force Base 1957–present
Spur 326 Lubbock 1957–present
Spur 327 Lubbock 1957–present
Spur 329 Harlingen 1958–1968 became US 77
Spur 330 Baytown 1958–present
Spur 331 Lubbock 1957–present
Spur 334 Seymour 2006–present
Spur 339 Lufkin 1960–present
Spur 341 Fort Worth 1960–present
Spur 342 Galveston 1960–present also known as 61st Street
Spur 345 Port Lavaca 2014–present former US 87, former US 290, Old Spanish Trail; formerly Loop 345
Spur 346 Port Lavaca 1961–1980 former SH 35, became SH 238
Spur 347 Fort Worth 1964–present former US 377
Spur 348 Dallas 1961–1971 became a portion of Loop 12
Spur 348 Dallas 1971–present former SH 114
Spur 349 Amistad Dam 1961–1962, 1969–present
Spur 350 Carter 1961–1979 became SH 183
Spur 356 Johnson City 1962–present former US 281
Spur 357 Goree 2007–present former US 277
Spur 359 McKinney 1962–present
Spur 364 Tyler 1962–present
Spur 365 Hempstead 1962–1964
Spur 366 Dallas 1962–present not signed on elevated guide signage; known locally as Woodall Rodgers Freeway
Spur 371 Kelly Field 1962–present
Spur 378 Kilgore 1963–1968 former SH 135, became SH 42
Spur 379 Alvarado 1963–1991 former US 67, became Bus. US 67-N
Spur 379 Round Rock 2013–present
Spur 380 Beaumont 1963–present former US 69, US 96, and US 287
Spur 381 Howe 1963–present
Spur 383 Burkburnett 1963–2002 became SH 240
Spur 386 Jacksonville 1963–2003 former US 69, became FM 347
Spur 394 Waxahachie 1964–present partially replaced by Business US 287-R
Spur 397 Graford 1964–present former SH 254
Spur 398 Lefors 1964–present former SH 273
Spur 399 McKinney 1964-1989, 1989–present was briefly designated as SH 121 in 1989
Spur 400 Laredo 1986–present
Spur 406 Amistad Reservoir 1965–present former US 90 and Loop 406, partially replaced by Spur 454
Spur 407 Corpus Christi 1965–present former SH 9
Spur 408 Dallas 1965–present
Spur 412 Speegleville Park 1965–present former SH 6
Spur 413 Sebastian 1965–present
Spur 414 McElroy 1965–present former US 96
Spur 417 Vernon 1965–1991 former US 287, became Bus. US 287-F
Spur 419 Old Ocean 2013 former SH 35 and former Loop 419
Spur 421 San Antonio 1965–present former SH 16
Spur 422 San Antonio 1965–present former SH 16
Spur 423 Mount Vernon 1965–present former FM 899
Spur 425 Brownsville 2010–present
Spur 433 Donna 1966–present
Spur 437 Ennis 1967–present
Spur 440 Rhome 1972–1991 former SH 114, became Business SH 114-J
Spur 447 Wichita Falls 1967–present former US 281
Spur 449 Karnack 1967–present former SH 43
Spur 450 Odessa 1967–present former SH 302
Spur 452 Fort Worth 1967–1980 former SH 121, became SH 26
Spur 454 Amistad Reservoir 1967–present former Loop 406
Spur 458 Carmine 1968–present former US 290
Spur 459 Dallas - Fort Worth 1968–1969 became a portion of SH 121
Spur 459 Mathis 1971–present former SH 9
Spur 460 Beeville 1968–1979 became a portion of FM 3355
Spur 465 Fort Worth 1968–present connects I-20 to SH 183
Spur 468 Amarillo 1968–present serves Rick Husband-Amarillo International Airport
Spur 469 Ennis 1997–present
Spur 470 Timpson 1968–present former US 59 and US 84
Spur 471 Colorado City 1968–1991 former SH 208, became Business SH 208-B
Spur 471 Leon Valley 2015–present former FM 471
Spur 474 North Richland Hills 1969–present
Spur 479 Wichita Falls 1969–2009[9] former US 82
Spur 482 Dallas 1971–present former Loop 12
Spur 484 Irving 1970–1979 became SH 161
Spur 486 San Benito 1970–present
Spur 487 McAllen 1970–1996 became FM 2220
Spur 490 Eastland 1970–present
Spur 492 Odessa 1970–1983 former FM 2399, became SH 191
Spur 498 La Porte 1971–1977 became Loop 410
Spur 501 La Porte 1971–present former SH 146, partially replaced by Loop 410
Spur 502 Longview 1972–present former US 259
Spur 503 Denison 1972–present
Spur 504 Glenrio 1972–1991 former US 66, became Bus. I-40-A
Spur 510 Henrietta 1972–present former US 287
Spur 511 Sunset 1973–present former US 81/US 287
Spur 514 Tyler 1973–present
Spur 515 Navasota 1973–present former SH 105
Spur 527 Houston 1976–present
Spur 529 Rosenberg 1976–present former US 59
Spur 535 Kerrville Airport 1977–present
Spur 536 San Antonio 1978–present former US 281
Spur 537 San Antonio 1978–2014 former US 281
Spur 542 Kenedy 1982–1991 former SH 72, became Business SH 72-B
Spur 544 Corpus Christi 1996–present
Spur 548 Houston 1984–present unsigned, is a portion of the Hardy Toll Road
Spur 553 Lewisville 1986–1999 became SH 121
Spur 557 Terrell 1987–present former Interstate Highway 20
Spur 559 Dallas 1987–1991 former US 75
Spur 563 Ennis 1987–1991 former US 75; became Bus. I-45-G
Spur 565 Corsicana 1987–1991 former US 287, became Bus. US 287-T
Spur 572 Carthage 1988–present former SH 149
Spur 575 Post 1988–present
Spur 576 Rankin 1988–present
Spur 579 Hillsboro 1991–present former US 77
Spur 580 Fort Worth 1991–present former US 80
Spur 581 Pearsall 1991–present former US 81
Spur 588 Odessa 1989–present
Spur 589 George West 1989–1991 former US 59, became Bus. US 59-X
Spur 591 Amarillo 1990–present
Spur 594 Red River Army Depot 2006–present
Spur 600 Pharr 1995–present
Spur 601 El Paso 2006–present
Spur 729 Guthrie 2007–present former US 82
Spur 1966 El Paso 2012–present Proposed route designated March 2012

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Transportation Planning and Programming Division. "State Highway Loop No. 1". Highway Designation Files. Texas Department of Transportation. Retrieved July 26, 2015. 
  2. ^ Texas Transportation Commission (December 17, 2009). "Minute Order 112092" (PDF). Texas Department of Transportation. 
  3. ^ Texas Transportation Commission (August 25, 2011). "Minute Order 112811" (PDF). Texas Department of Transportation. 
  4. ^ Texas Transportation Commission (January 25, 2001). "Texas Transportation Commission Agenda". Texas Department of Transportation. 
  5. ^ Transportation Planning and Programming Division. "Farm to Market Road No. 886". Highway Designation Files. Texas Department of Transportation. 
  6. ^ Transportation Planning and Programming Division. "State Highway Spur No. 137". Highway Designation Files. Texas Department of Transportation. 
  7. ^ a b Texas Transportation Commission (March 26, 2009). "Minute Order 111769" (PDF). Texas Department of Transportation. 
  8. ^ a b Texas Transportation Commission (June 30, 2011). "Minute Order 112740" (PDF). Texas Department of Transportation. 
  9. ^ Texas Transportation Commission (December 17, 2009). "Minute Order 112098" (PDF). Texas Department of Transportation. 

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