List of state highway loops in Texas

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Texas Loop Highway markers
Highway names
Interstates: Interstate X (I-X)
Interstate Highway X (IH-X)
US Routes: U.S. Highway X (US X)
State: State Highway X (SH X)
Loops: Loop X
Spurs: Spur X
Recreational: Recreational Road X (RE X)
Farm or Ranch
to Market Roads:
Farm to Market Road X (FM X)
Ranch to Market Road X (RM X)
Park Roads: Park Road X (PR X)
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This is a list of Texas State Highways in the U.S. state of Texas with Loop designations.

List[edit]

  former
Number Location Year Notes
Texas Loop 1.svg Toll Texas 1.svg Loop 1 Austin 1967–present MoPac Expressway
Texas Loop 2.svg Loop 2 Waco 1939–present 17th & 18th Streets
Loop 3 New Braunfels 1939–1971
Loop 4 Buda 1939–2004 partially replaced by RM 967
Loop 5 Kyle 1939–1950 transferred to Spur 5
Loop 6 Kirkland 1939–1972
Loop 7 Jasper 1939-1963 former U.S. Highway 96
Texas Loop 7.svg Loop 7 Athens 2005–present replaced the part of FM 317 around Athens; various portions multiplex with US 175, SH 19, and SH 31
Loop 8 Beaumont 1939–1944
Texas Beltway 8.svg Beltway 8 Houston 1969–present Sam Houston Parkway & Tollway
Loop 9 Dallas 1969–1977 designation may return in future as further extension of President George Bush Turnpike and TX 190 south of I-20
Loop 10 Grapevine 1939–1963
Texas Loop 11.svg Loop 11 Wichita Falls 1939–present
Texas Loop 12.svg Loop 12 Dallas 1939–present Variably co-signed as Walton Walker Blvd., Northwest Highway, Buckner Blvd., Great Trinity Forest, Ledbetter Drive and Kiest Blvd.
Texas Loop 13.svg Loop 13 San Antonio 1939–present Military Parkway
Texas Loop 14.svg Loop 14 Texarkana 1939–present
Loop 15 Goldthwaite 1939–present
Loop 16 El Paso 1939–1974 became U.S. Highway 62 and U.S. Highway 85
Loop 17 Karnes City 1939–1991 transferred to Business State Highway 123-D
Loop 19 Ringgold 1939–present
Texas Loop 20.svg Loop 20 Laredo 1939–present
Loop 21 Spur 1939–present
Loop 23 Annona 1939–1942 became a portion of FM 44
Loop 23 Marlin 1978–1991 transferred to Business State Highway 6-N
Loop 25 Langtry 1939–present
Loop 34 Chireno 1939–present
Loop 36 Keltys 1939–present
Loop 37 Avery 1939–1991 transferred to Business U.S. Highway 82-K
Loop 38 Bogata 1939–1991 transferred to Business U.S. Highway 271-D
Loop 39 Merkel 1959–1991 transferred to Business Interstate 20-P
Loop 40 Midland 1991–present
Loop 42 Roaring Springs 1939–present
Loop 43 Tatum 1939–present
Loop 44 Levelland 1939–1993 transferred to Business State Highway 114-B
Loop 46 Post 1939–present
Loop 47 Bovina 1939–1941
Texas Loop 47.svg Loop 47 Jolly 1979–present previous routing of US 82/US 287
Texas Loop 48.svg Loop 48 Canyon 1959–present shortcut between TX 217 and US 87; passes through campus of West Texas A&M University
Toll Texas 49.svg Loop 49 Tyler 1986–present tolled outer loop
Loop 50 Burleson 1939–1960 redesignated as Spur 50
Loop 51 Gonzales 1939–1991 transferred to Business U.S. Highway 77-Q
Loop 57 Conroe 1961–1980 redesignated as Spur 57
Texas Loop 60.svg Loop 60 LaRue 1939–present
Loop 61 Eustace 1939–1991 portions transferred to FM 316
Texas Loop 62.svg Loop 62 Rusk 1939–present was alternately signed at one time as Bus US 69
Loop 64 Dripping Springs 1958–2003 former U.S. Highway 290
Loop 66 Kilgore 1956–1968 became a portion of FM 2212
Loop 67 Ackerly 1939–1954 formally Spur 67, now FM 2002 and FM 2212
Loop 68 Buna 1939–1991 transferred to Business U.S. Highway 96-E
Loop 70 Rockport 1939–1991 transferred to Business State Highway 35-L
Loop 70 Rockport 1995–present
Loop 71 Fannin's Grave 1966–present former Spur 71
Loop 73 Sinton 1980–1991 transferred to Business U.S. Highway 77-T
Loop 75 Lockney 1939–present
Loop 76 O'Donnell 1939–present
Loop 77 Tulia 1939–1963 became a portion of FM 1318
Loop 79 Stinnett 1939–1991 transferred to Business State Highway 152-B
Loop 79 Del Rio Outer 2008–present
Loop 81 Aransas Pass 1939–1991 transferred to Business State Highway 35-M
Loop 82 San Marcos 1939–present Former routing of U.S. Route 81
Loop 83 Caldwell 1939–present
Loop 84 Gruver 1945–present
Loop 87 Zapata 1939–1953
Loop 88 San Ygnacio 1939–1991 transferred to Business U.S. Highway 83-N
Loop 90 Livingston 1981–1991 transferred to Business U.S. Highway 59-J
Loop 90 Aransas Pass 1995–present
Loop 93 Sherman-Denison 1984–1991 transferred to Business U.S. Highway 75-C
Loop 96 Prairie View College 1946–1953 became a portion of FM 1098
Loop 96 Talco 1959–present
Loop 98 Kerrville 2010–present former Spur 98
Loop 105 Thomaston 1997–present
Loop 106 Sayers 1981–present former U.S. Highway 87
Loop 107 Lone Oak 1981–present former routing of U.S. Highway 87
Loop 108 Port Bolivar 1980–present former FM 2612
Loop 109 Elgin 1943–present former routing of SH 20 (now US 290)
Loop 110 Christoval 1986–present former U.S. Highway 277
Texas Loop 111.svg Loop 111 Austin 1960–present Airport Boulevard
Loop 113 Edinburg 1980–1991 transferred to Business U.S. Highway 281-W
Loop 114 Port Arthur 1950–1955
Loop 116 New Willard 1940–present
Loop 118 Roanoke 1941–present
Loop 120 Dickens 1941–present
Loop 121 Belton 1959–present
Loop 123 Lexington 1941–present
Texas Loop 124.svg Loop 124 Tyler 1941–present former routing of SH 64?
Loop 125 Burton 1941–1945 partially replaced by FM 390 and redesignated Spur 125
Loop 127 Palestine 1941–present
Loop 128 Old Glory 1978–present former U.S. Highway 380
Loop 129 Bridgeport 1948–1991 transferred to Business U.S. Highway 380-E
Loop 130 Gustine 1941–present
Loop 132 Olney 1941–present
Loop 133 Quanah 1942 redesignated Spur 133
Loop 137 Houston 1942–1980 replaced by Interstate 610
Loop 137 Blue Ridge 1984–1991 transferred to Business State Highway 78-D
Loop 139 Denver City 1942–1958 became a portion of FM 2055
Loop 140 Borger 1942–1969 Redesignated as a Spur
Loop 141 Palacios 1944–1991 transferred to Business State Highway 35-D
Texas Loop 142.svg Loop 142 Ponta 1941–present former route of SH 110?
Loop 143 Perryton 1955–present
Loop 144 Melvin 1943–1959
Loop 145 Oklaunion 1960–present former U.S. Highway 70 and U.S. Highway 287
Loop 146 Childress 1944–1951 became a portion of FM 94
Loop 149 Houston (US 75) 1944–1954 former routing of US 75, partially replaced by US 75 (present day I-45)
Loop 149 Brookeland 1961–present portion of former U.S. Highway 96
Texas Loop 150.svg Loop 150 Bastrop 1960–present former SH 71
Texas Loop 151.svg Loop 151 Texarkana 1958–present
Loop 153 Henderson 1944–1991 transferred to Business U.S. Highway 79-F and Business State Highway 64-E
Loop 154 Henderson 1944–1991 transferred to Business U.S. Highway 79-F and Business State Highway 64-E
Loop 155 Crystal City 1944–present
Loop 157 Victoria 1944–1984
Loop 157 Tenaha 1985–present
Loop 158 Bryan 1944–1988 became a portion of FM 158
Loop 160 North Zulch 1944–present
Loop 163 Blanco 1960–present former U.S. Highway 281
Loop 165 MKT & FW & DC Railroads (Wichita Falls) 1959–1964 former Loop 281, became portion of SH 240
Loop 166 Brackettville 1945–present former U.S. Highway 90
Loop 167 Deport 1945–1991 former portion of U.S. Route 281, transferred to Business U.S. Route 271-C[1]
Texas Loop 168.svg Loop 168 Tenaha 1945–present shortest loop in Texas
Loop 170 Avenger Field (Sweetwater) 1946–present
Loop 171 Pampa 1961–present
Loop 173 Quitman 1946–present
Loop 175 Coleman 1946–1955 became portion of FM 568
Loop 175 Victoria 1958–1995 became U.S. Highway 59
Loop 177 Moscow 1946–present previous routing of US 59
Loop 178 Commerce 1958–present former SH 11 Alt.
Loop 179 Stephenville 1946–1970 became a portion of SH 108
Loop 179 Pittsburg 1980–present
Loop 181 Floresville 1946–present former U.S. Highway 181
Loop 182 Springtown 1946–present
Loop 183 Hungerford-Wharton 1970–1998 former U.S. Highway 59, redesignated as Business U.S. Highway 59-R
Loop 184 Humble 1978–1991 former FM 1960, became Bus. FM 1960-A
Loop 187 Lewisville 1947–1955 became a portion of FM 1171
Loop 187 Antelope 1960–present former U.S. Highway 281
Loop 193 Wolfforth 1960–present former U.S. Highway 62
Loop 195 Stephenville 1960–1991 became Business U.S. Highway 377-J
Loop 195 Rio Grande City 2013–present
Loop 197 Texas City 1960–2012 former SH 146, partially redesignated as Spur 197
Loop 198 Mathis 1948–1991 former U.S. Highway 59 and SH 9, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 359-B
Loop 201 Baytown 1948–1996 combined with State Highway 146
Loop 203 McKinney 1948–1971 former U.S. Highway 75
Loop 203 Weinert 1977–1991 former U.S. Highway 277, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 277-E
Loop 204 Wellington 1948–present
Loop 205 Bonham 1948–present
Loop 207 Mont Belvieu 1946–present former routing of SH 146
Loop 208 Marquez 1948–present
Loop 210 Diboll 1948–present
Loop 211 Hereford 1948–present
Texas Loop 212.svg Loop 212 Manor 1948–present portion of former SH 20 (now US 290)
Loop 213 San Antonio 1948–1966
Loop 214 Stanton 1991–1995 former U.S. Highway 80, transferred to Business Interstate Highway 20-F
Loop 216 Commerce 1958–1991 former SH 24, transferred to Business State Highway 24-B
Loop 217 Fort Worth 1947–1963 became a portion of Interstate 820 and Loop 820
Loop 218 Lamesa 1946–1991 former U.S. Highway 87, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 87-K
Loop 219 Crandall 1948–1992 former US 175, later Business U.S. Highway 175-B, now decommissioned
Loop 220 Trenton 1949–1991 former U.S. Highway 69, became Business U.S. Highway 69-B
Loop 220 Plum 1995–present
Loop 221 Leonard 1949–2003 redesignated as FM 896
Loop 222 Schulenburg 1949–present
Loop 223 McDade 1949–present
Texas Loop 224.svg Loop 224 Nacogdoches 1960–present multiplexes with US 59 on its west and south sides
Loop 225 Carrizo Springs 1947–present former U.S. Highway 83
Loop 227 Kingsville 1947–1966
Loop 227 Liberty 1984–present former portion of SH 146
Loop 229 Robert Lee 1948–present
Loop 230 Lubbock 1946–1958
Loop 230 Smithville 1984–present former SH 71
Loop 235 Tyler 1950–present
Loop 231 Lubbock 1947–1957
Loop 231 Andrews 1959
Loop 232 Waco 1959–1964 transferred to Loop 340
Loop 237 Texarkana 1951–1953
Loop 236 Queen City 1950–present former U.S. Highway 59
Loop 237 Roscoe 1959–1991 former U.S. Highway 80 and Spur 80, transferred to Business Interstate 20-L
Loop 238 Pittsburg 1950–present
Loop 243 Abilene 1955–1991 former U.S. Highway 83, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 83-D
Loop 249 Harlingen 1952–1967 former U.S. Highway 77
Loop 249 Alvord 1980–1991 former U.S. Highway 81, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 81-C
Loop 250 Austin 1952–1954 transferred to US 183
Texas Loop 250.svg Loop 250 Midland 1978–present former FM 868
Loop 251 Beaumont 1951–1963 became U.S. Highway 69, U.S. Highway 96, and U.S. Highway 287
Loop 251 Slaton 1965–1991 former U.S. Highway 84, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 84-E
Loop 252 Caddo 1952–present former U.S. Highway 180
Loop 254 Rio Grande City 1952–1989 transferred to and redesignated as U.S. Highway 83
Loop 254 Ranger 1991–present former U.S. Highway 80
Loop 255 Teague 1959–1991 former U.S. Highway 84, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 84-R
Texas Loop 256.svg Loop 256 Palestine 1964–present
Loop 257 Lampasas 1952–present former U.S. Highway 190
Loop 262 Streetman 1952–present
Loop 260 Dallas 1952–1991 former SH 1 and U.S. Highway 80
Loop 264 Karnes City 1952 former U.S. Highway 181, became a portion of SH 80 and FM 1144
Loop 265 Rosebud 1952–present former U.S. Highway 77
Loop 266 Lufkin 1952–present former U.S. Highway 59
Loop 267 Burkburnett 1952–2002 former U.S. Highway 277 and U.S. Highway 281, became a portion of SH 240
Loop 268 Midland 2011–present[2]
Texas Loop 271.svg Loop 271 Alanreed 1953–present former U.S. Highway 66
Loop 274 Plainview 1958–1967 became U.S. Highway 87
Loop 274 Angleton 1999–present
Texas Loop 275.svg Loop 275 Austin 1939–present Lamar Boulevard (in north Austin), Congress Avenue (in south Austin), formerly U.S. Highway 81
Texas Loop 279.svg Loop 279 Amarillo 1954–present part of historic routing of US 66 through town
Loop 281 Wichita Falls 1957–1959 renumbered as Loop 165
Texas Loop 281.svg Loop 281 Longview 1959–present also signed as Standard Street and Estes Parkway
Loop 282 Poteet 1951–present former SH 346
Loop 283 Brenham 1954–1991 transferred to Business State Highway 36-J
Loop 284 Center 1958–1960
Loop 284 Omaha 1965–present former U.S. Highway 259
Loop 285 Quanah and Acme 1971–present former US 287
Texas Loop 286.svg Loop 286 Paris 1955–present multiplexes with parts of US 82 and US 271
Texas Loop 287.svg Loop 287 Lufkin 1951–present multiplexes with parts of US 59, US 69, and TX 103
Texas Loop 288.svg Loop 288 Denton 1955–present
Texas Loop 289.svg Loop 289 Lubbock 1955–present
Loop 291 Roosevelt 1956–present former U.S. Highway 290
Loop 292 Kress 1956–present
Loop 293 Austin 1956–1961 transferred to U.S. Highway 290 and SH 71
Loop 293 Bakersfield 1981–present former U.S. Highway 290
Loop 294 Stafford 1956–1987 former U.S. Highway 59, transferred to Alt. U.S. Highway 90
Loop 295 Robstown 1956–1991 former U.S. Highway 77, transferred to Business US 77-U
Loop 296 Robstown 1956–1991 former SH 44, transferred to Business State Highway 44
Loop 300 Snyder 1956–1968
Loop 301 Sulphur Springs 1956–present
Loop 302 Greenville 1956–1991 former U.S. Highway 67, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 67-T
Loop 304 Crockett 1956–present
Loop 305 La Pryor 1956–present former U.S. Highway 83
Loop 306 San Angelo 1956–present
Loop 307 Teague 1956–2004
Loop 308 Briggs 1956–present former U.S. Highway 183
Loop 310 Carrollton 1956–1992
Loop 311 Kilgore 1956–1968
Loop 313 Sulphur Springs 1956–1991 former U.S. Highway 67, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 67-V
Loop 315 Greenville 1957–1991 became US 69 around town; was partially multiplexed with US 380 before change of designation
Loop 316 Loraine 1957–1991 former U.S. Highway 80, transferred to Business Interstate 20-K
Loop 318 Brenham 1960–1991 former U.S. Highway 290, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 290-F
Loop 319 Trent 1957–1991 former U.S. Highway 80, transferred to Business Interstate 20-N
Loop 320 Tye 1957–1991 former U.S. Highway 80, transferred to Business Interstate 20-Q
Loop 321 LaVernia 1957–present former U.S. Highway 87
Loop 322 Abilene 1957–present
Loop 323 Tyler 1957–present former FM 1803 & FM 845
Loop 328 Carey 1957–present former U.S. Highway 287
Loop 329 Columbus 1982–1991 former SH 71, transferred to Business State Highway 71-F
Loop 332 Liberty Hill 1958–present former SH 29
Loop 333 Westbrook 1958–1991 former U.S. Highway 80, transferred to Business Interstate 20-H
Loop 334 Macdona 1958–1959 became a portion of FM 1604 (now Loop 1604
Loop 334 Carthage 1981–1991 former U.S. Highway 79, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 79-G
Texas Loop 335.svg Loop 335 Amarillo 1960–present
Loop 336 Conroe 1961–present
Loop 337 New Braunfels 1953–present former FM 25
Loop 338 Odessa 1960–present
Loop 340 Waco 1961–present
Loop 343 Austin 1961–present former U.S. Highway 290 and SH 71
Loop 344 Azle 1961–present former SH 199
Loop 345 San Antonio 1961–2014 former U.S. Highway 87, former U.S. Highway 290, Old Spanish Trail; redesignated as a Spur and rest removed from system
Loop 346 Kemp 1984–1991 former U.S. Highway 175, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 175-D
Loop 350 Sealy 1983–present
Loop 352 Chico 1961–1991 former SH 114, transferred to Business SH 101-B
Loop 353 San Antonio 1961–present former U.S. Highway 81
Loop 354 Dallas 1961–present former U.S. Highway 67, U.S. Highway 77, and U.S. Highway 80
Loop 355 Abilene 1961–1991 former U.S. Highway 80, transferred to Business Interstate 20-R
Loop 357 Decatur 1962–1991 former U.S. Highway 81 and U.S. Highway 287, transferred to Business State Highway 81-D
Loop 358 Orange 1962–1991 former U.S. Highway 90, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 90-Y
Loop 360 Austin 1970–present
Loop 361 Bedias 1962–present
Loop 362 Amarillo 1962–1990, 1990–present was briefly designated as Business US 287-C in 1990
Loop 363 Temple 1962–present
Loop 365 Lavon 1967–1991 former SH 78, transferred to Business SH 78-G
Loop 367 Hermleigh 1962–1991 former U.S. Highway 84, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 84-H
Loop 367 Cleburne 1996 transferred U.S. Highway 67
Loop 368 San Antonio 1962–present former U.S. Highway 81
Loop 369 Abernathy 1962–present former U.S. Highway 87
Loop 370 Wichita Falls 1962–1991 former U.S. Highway 287, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 287-J
Loop 372 Rowlett 1964–1992 former SH 66, transferred to Business SH 66-D
Loop 373 Bridgeport 1962–1991, 2007–present former SH 114, became Business SH 114-H in 1991–2007[3]
Loop 374 Mission to Harlingen 1963–1991 former U.S. Highway 83, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 83-S
Texas Loop 375.svg Loop 375 El Paso 1963–present
Loop 376 Winnie 1962–1988 became a portion of FM 1406
Loop 377 Colorado City 1963–1991 former U.S. Highway 80, transferred Business Interstate 20-J
Loop 378 San Angelo 1969 former U.S. Highway 87
Loop 382 Grapevine 1963–1991 former SH 114, transferred Business SH 114-L
Loop 384 Round Rock 1963–1991 former U.S. Highway 81, transferred to Business Interstate 35-L
Loop 385 Bainer 1963–present former U.S. Highway 84
Loop 387 Pilot Point 1963–1991 former SH 99, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 377-E
Loop 388 Shallowater 1963–present former U.S. Highway 84
Loop 389 Carbon 1963–present former SH 6
Loop 390 Marshall 1965–present
Loop 391 Windom 1964–present
Loop 392 Alvarado 1963–1991 former U.S. Highway 81, transferred to Business Interstate 35-V
Loop 393 Goodrich 1963–present former U.S. Highway 59
Loop 395 Amarillo 1964–1990, 1990–present former U.S. Highway 287; was briefly designated as Business US 287-B in 1990
Loop 396 Waco 1964–present former SH 6
Loop 401 Snyder 1964–1991 former U.S. Highway 84, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 84-G
Loop 402 Big Spring 1965–1991 former U.S. Highway 80, transferred to Business Interstate 20-G
Loop 403 Lariat 1965–present former U.S. Highway 84
Loop 404 Oklaunion 1965–present former U.S. Highway 287
Loop 405 Huntsville 1967–1979 became a portion of State Highway 19
Loop 409 Alvin 1965–1991 former SH 35, transferred to Business SH 35-C
Loop 410 San Antonio 1960–1969 Replaced by Interstate 410
Loop 410 La Porte 1971–1991 former SH 146, transferred to Business SH 146-D
Loop 411 Stockdale 1965–1991 former U.S. Highway 87, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 87-U
Loop 415 Brownsville 1966–1991 former U.S. Highway 77 and 83, transferred to Business US 77-Z
Loop 416 Sierra Blanca 1965–1991 former U.S. Highway 80, transferred to Business Interstate 10-C
Loop 418 Georgetown 1965–1991 former U.S. Highway 81, transferred to Business Interstate 35-M, now decommissioned
Loop 419 Mount Pleasant 1965–1991 former U.S. Highway 271, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 271-E
Loop 419 Old Ocean 2007-2013 former SH 35; redesignated as a Spur as part was canceled
Loop 420 Laredo 1965–1991 former U.S. Highway 81 and U.S. Highway 83, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 83-K
Loop 424 Shepherd 1966–present former U.S. Highway 59
Loop 425 Baird 1966–1991 former U.S. Highway 80, transferred to Business Interstate 20-T
Loop 426 Granbury 1966–1991 former U.S. Highway 377, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 377-H
Loop 427 Taylor 1966–1991 former U.S. Highway 79, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 79-B
Loop 428 BishopKingsville 1966–1991 former U.S. Highway 77, transferred to Business US 77-V
Loop 429 Anderson 1966–present
Loop 430 Littlefield 1966–present former U.S. Highway 84
Loop 431 Eagle Pass 1966–1991 former U.S. Highway 277, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 277-N
Loop 432 Sweetwater 1966–1991 former U.S. Highway 80, transferred to Business Interstate 20-M
Loop 434 Amarillo 1966–present former US 87/US 287
Loop 436 Carthage 1966–1989
Loop 438 Winters 1966–present former FM 53
Loop 439 Prosper 1966–1991 former SH 289, transferred to Business SH 289-D
Loop 441 Whitesboro 1966–1991 former SH 99, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 377-B
Loop 442 Tehuacana 1966–present former SH 171
Loop 443 Corpus Christi 1966–1991 former SH 44, transferred to Business SH 44-D
Loop 444 Paradise 1966–present former SH 114
Loop 445 Plainview 1967–1991 former U.S. Highway 87, transferred to Business Interstate 27-U
Loop 446 Farmersville 1967–1991 former SH 78, transferred to Business State Highway 78-E
Loop 448 Harlingen 1967–1991 former U.S. Highway 77, transferred to Business US 77-W and 77-X
Loop 451 Randolph 1967–1991 former SH 121, transferred to Business State Highway 121-D
Loop 452 Gatesville 1986–1991 former SH 36, transferred to Business State Highway 36-E
Loop 453 New Braunfels 1967–1991 former SH 46, transferred to Business State Highway 46-C
Loop 455 Carthage 1967–1991 former U.S. Highway 59, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 59-D
Texas Loop 456.svg Loop 456 Jacksonville 1968–present
Loop 457 Cooper 1968–1991 former SH 24, transferred to Business State Highway 24-D
Loop 461 New Deal 1968–present former U.S. Highway 87
Loop 462 Floyd 1968–1991 former SH 24, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 380-J
Loop 463 Victoria 1968–present
Loop 464 Monahans 1968–present
Loop 466 Ozona 1968–present former U.S. Highway 290
Loop 467 Sonora 1968–present former U.S. Highway 290
Loop 469 Paris 1969–1991 former U.S. Highway 82, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 82-H
Loop 472 Tahoka 1969–present former U.S. Highway 87
Loop 473 Wichita Falls 1969–present
Loop 475 Tioga 1969–1991 former U.S. Highway 377, transferred Business U.S. Highway 377-D
Loop 476 Collinsville 1969–1991 former U.S. Highway 377, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 377-C
Loop 477 Electra 1969–1991 former U.S. Highway 287, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 287-H
Loop 478 El Paso 1969–present
Loop 480 Paris 1969–1991 former U.S. Highway 271, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 271-B
Loop 480 Eagle Pass Outer Loop 2003–present
Loop 481 Junction 1969–present former U.S. Highway 83 and U.S. Highway 290
Loop 483 Celina 1969–1991 former SH 289, transferred to Business State Highway 289-C
Loop 484 Waco 1984–present former SH 6
Loop 485 Gladewater 1960–present
Loop 488 Vernon 1970–present former U.S. Highway 70
Loop 489 Midlothian 1970–1991 former U.S. Highway 67, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 67-Q
Loop 491 Lacy-Lakeview and Waco 1970–1991 former U.S. Highway 77 and 81, transferred to Business US 77-L
Loop 493 Woodrow 1970–present former U.S. Highway 87
Texas Loop 494.svg Loop 494 New Caney and Kingwood 1970–present former U.S. Highway 59 routing
Loop 495 Nacogdoches 1970–1991 former U.S. Highway 59, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 59-F
Loop 496 Fort Worth 1971–1991 former U.S. Highway 81 and U.S. Highway 287, transferred Business U.S. Highway 287-P
Loop 497 Kenney 1971–present former SH 36
Loop 498 Silsbee 1978–1991 former U.S. Highway 96, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 96-F
Loop 499 Harlingen 1971–present
Loop 500 Center 1971–present
Loop 505 Newton 1972–present former SH 87
Loop 506 Rhome 1972–1991 former U.S. Highway 81 and U.S. Highway 287, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 81-E
Loop 507 BryanCollege Station 1972–1991 former State Highway 6, transferred to Business State Highway 6-R
Loop 508 Navasota 1972–1991 former State Highway 6, transferred to Business State Highway 6-S
Loop 509 Copeville 1972–1991 former SH 78, transferred to Business State Highway 78-F
Loop 512 Splendora 1972–1991 former U.S. Highway 59, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 59-L
Loop 513 Seguin 1973–1991 former SH 123, transferred to Business State Highway 123-B
Loop 516 Beeville 1973–1991 former U.S. Highway 181, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 181-J
Loop 517 Carrizo Springs 1975–present
Loop 518 Killeen 1975–1991 former U.S. Highway 190, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 190-F
Loop 519 Van Horn 1975–1991 former U.S. Highway 80, transferred to Business Interstate 10-D
Loop 520 Covington 1975–1991 former SH 171, transferred to Business State Highway 171-E
Loop 521 Edna 1976–present former U.S. Highway 59
Loop 522 Ganado 1976–present former U.S. Highway 59
Loop 523 Louise 1979–present former U.S. Highway 59
Loop 524 Hillje 1976–present former U.S. Highway 59
Loop 525 El Campo 1976–1997 former U.S. Highway 59, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 59-S
Loop 526 Pierce 1976–present former U.S. Highway 59
Loop 528 Waxahachie 1976–1991 former U.S. Highway 287, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 287-R
Loop 530 Belton 1976–2000 former U.S. Highway 190
Loop 531 Grapeland 1977–2003 former U.S. Highway 287, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 287-V
Loop 532 Encinal 1977–1991 former U.S. Highway 81, transferred to Business Interstate 35-B
Loop 533 Palo Pinto County 1977–present former SH 16
Loop 534 Kerrville 1977–present
Loop 538 Schertz 1978–1996
Loop 539 Cibolo 1978–2014 former FM 78
Loop 540 Beasley 1980–present former U.S. Highway 59
Loop 541 Kendleton 1980–present former U.S. Highway 59
Loop 543 West Point 1983–present former SH 71
Loop 544 Roscoe 1983–1991 former U.S. Highway 84, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 84-J
Loop 545 San Angelo 1984–1996 former U.S. Highway 67, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 67-H
Loop 546 Midland 1984–1991 former SH 158, transferred to Business State Highway 158-B
Loop 547 San Augustine 1984–present former SH 21
Loop 549 Sweetwater 1985–1990 transferred to SH 70
Loop 550 Adrian 1985–1991 former U.S. Highway 66, transferred to Business Interstate Highway 40-B
Loop 551 Vega 1985–1991 former U.S. Highway 66, transferred to Business Interstate Highway 40-C
Loop 552 Amarillo 1985–1991 former U.S. Highway 66, transferred to Business Interstate Highway 40-D
Loop 554 Groom 1985–1991 former U.S. Highway 66, transferred to Business Interstate Highway 40-F
Loop 555 Mc Lean 1985–1991 former U.S. Highway 66, transferred to Business Interstate Highway 40-H
Loop 556 Shamrock 1985–1993 former U.S. Highway 66, transferred to Business Interstate Highway 40-J
Loop 558 Angleton 1986–1993 former SH 11, transferred to FM 523
Loop 560 Ferris 1987–1991 former U.S. Highway 75, transferred to Business Interstate Highway 45-J
Loop 561 Trumbull 1987–present former U.S. Highway 75
Loop 562 Palmer 1987–1991 former U.S. Highway 75, transferred to Business Interstate Highway 45-H
Loop 564 Corsicana 1987–1991 former U.S. Highway 75, transferred to Business Interstate Highway 45-F
Loop 564 Mineola 2010–present former FM 564
Loop 566 Stamford 1988–1991 former U.S. Highway 277, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 277-G
Loop 567 Granbury 1987–present
Loop 569 Decatur 1987–1991 former U.S. Highway 380, transferred to Business U.S. Highway 380-F
Loop 570 Wall 1990–present former routing of U.S. Highway 87
Texas Loop 571.svg Loop 571 Henderson 1988–present former FM 454
Loop 573 Cleveland 1988–present former U.S. Highway 59
Loop 574 Waco 1988–present
Loop 577 Vick 1992–present
Loop 590 Harlingen 1989–1994 redesignated as FM 509
Loop 592 Nolanville 1990–present
Loop 593 Greenville 1991–1992 proposed designation would have changed FM 1570; canceled by City of Greenville
Loop 635 Dallas 1968–1974 became part of Interstate Highway 635
Loop 820 Fort Worth 1963–1977 became part of Interstate Highway 820
Texas Loop 1604.svg Loop 1604 San Antonio 1977–present formerly FM 1604, longest loop in Texas
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Notes[edit]

  1. 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".
  2. Just because any of the roads below are labeled as "loops" does not necessarily mean the roads are circular—some are bypasses, some are replacements for historic routings of other roads, some "loops" are actually straight roads that don't encircle an area at all (which might make some "loop" routings better as "spurs" instead).

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Transportation Planning and Programming Division. "State Highway Loop No. 167". Highway Designation Files. Texas Department of Transportation. 
  2. ^ Texas Transportation Commission (June 30, 2011). "Minute Order 112740" (PDF). Texas Department of Transportation. 
  3. ^ Transportation Planning and Programming Division. "State Highway Loop No. 373". Highway Designation Files. Texas Department of Transportation. 

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