Texas State Highway 214

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State Highway 214 marker

State Highway 214
Route information
Maintained by TxDOT
Length: 193.23 mi[1] (310.97 km)
Existed: by 1935 – present
Major junctions
South end: US 62 / US 180 in Seminole
 
North end: I-40 near Adrian
Highway system
SH 213 SH 215

State Highway 214 or SH 214 is a Texas state highway that runs from Adrian to Seminole.

History[edit]

The route was originally designated in 1935 from Muleshoe to Morton,[2] and was extended from Friona to Seminole in 1939. The section from Friona south to Muleshoe was removed in 1940, only to be reinstated in 1966, replacing a former route of FM 299. In 1990 the route was extended north to its current terminus in Adrian, replacing Farm to Market Road 290 and most of FM 1412. FM 290 was originally designated on June 11, 1945 from US 66 (now I-40) to the Deaf Smith county Line. On October 26, 1954, FM 290 extended south to FM 1412, replacing FM 1956 from 5.3 miles north of FM 1412 to FM 1412.

Major intersections[edit]

County Location mi km Destinations Notes
Gaines Seminole US 62 / US 180 Southern terminus
SH 83 east / FM 2056 South end of SH 83 overlap
Yoakum Denver City SH 83 west North end of SH 83 overlap
FM 1939
FM 213
Plains US 82 / US 380
FM 2196
Cochran FM 1585
FM 1894
SH 125
FM 1169
Morton SH 114
FM 1780
FM 597
FM 3305
Bailey Enochs FM 54
FM 37
Needmore FM 298
FM 746 east South end of FM 746 overlap
FM 746 west North end of FM 746 overlap
Muleshoe US 70 west / US 84 South end of US 70 overlap
US 70 east North end of US 70 overlap
Parmer FM 145
SH 86
FM 2397 Interchange
Friona
Bus. SH 214
Gap in route
US 60
FM 2298
Deaf Smith FM 1058
FM 1412
FM 2587
Oldham Adrian I-40 I-40 exit 23; northern terminus.
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

  1. ^ Transportation Planning and Programming Division (n.d.). "State Highway No. 214". Highway Designation Files. Texas Department of Transportation. Retrieved January 31, 2016. 
  2. ^ Texas Highway Map (Map). Texas State Highway Department (Texas Department of Transportation). 1935.