Texas State Highway 156
|Maintained by TxDOT|
|Length||14.233 mi (22.906 km)|
|Existed||1930 – present|
|South end||SH 150 in Coldspring|
|North end||US 190 in Point Blank|
State Highway 156 (SH 156) is a short Texas state highway running between Coldspring and Point Blank. This route runs along the western side of Lake Livingston and mostly is within the Sam Houston National Forest. The route was designated on March 19, 1930 along its current route, replacing a portion of SH 45, , which had been rerouted on a more direct route.
The entire highway is in San Jacinto County.
|Coldspring||0.0||0.0||SH 150 (Byrd Avenue) – Shepherd, New Waverly|
|Sam Houston National Forest||1.0||1.6||FM 224 north – Wolf Creek Park||Southern terminus of FM 224|
|1.4||2.3||FM 945 south||Northern terminus of FM 945|
|5.2||8.4||FM 946 north – Oakhurst||Southern terminus of FM 946|
|Stephen Creek||8.9||14.3||FM 224 south – Wolf Creek Park||Northern terminus of FM 224|
|Point Blank||14.3||23.0||US 190 – Huntsville, Livingston|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
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