List of former Texas state highways

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Below is a list and summary of some of the deleted state highways (i.e., those with no current routing) as outlined by the Texas Department of Transportation designation files, indicated by having zero current mileage.

SH 1[edit]

Texas 1.svg

State Highway 1 ran from El Paso through Dallas to Texarkana. It was the first highway designated in 1917. In 1926, the United States Highway System was designated, with US 80 colocated from El Paso to Dallas and US 67 from Dallas to Texarkana. On September 26, 1939, the dual designations were removed, leaving TX 1 only on a small stretch west of Dallas. This section was redesignated as State Loop 260 on August 20, 1952. Since that time, the number "may only be assigned by the Executive Director of the Texas Department of Transportation or the Transportation Commission."[1]

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SH OSR TX SH 2

SH 2[edit]

Old Texas 2.svg

State Highway 2 was originally designated in 1917, running from Wichita Falls southeast to Fort Worth. The route then split in two at Waco, with one branch travelling southwest through Austin and San Antonio before ending at Laredo, while the eastern branch travelled southeast through Houston, ending at Galveston. The western route was assigned the US 81 routing in 1926, the northern portion of the eastern routing was transferred to TX 6, and the southern portion was transferred to US 75. The co-designation with US 81 was dropped completely on September 26, 1939.

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SH 1 TX SH 3

SH 13[edit]

Old Texas 13.svg

State Highway 13 was originally designated in 1917, running through the Texas Panhandle along the Ozark Trail. It generally referenced the routing due west from Amarillo to the New Mexico state line. In 1926, US Route 66 was co-located along the route. The co-designation was dropped completely on September 26, 1939.

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SH 12 TX SH 14

SH 28[edit]

Old Texas 28.svg

State Highway 28 was designated on September 3, 1917 on a route that ran across the southern Texas Panhandle from Farwell to Mineral Wells.[2] On January 20, 1919, a branch, SH 28A, was designated from Crowell through Vernon to the Oklahoma border.[3] On July 18, 1922, a branch to Sagerton was added.[4] On August 21, 1923, the section from Crowell to Sagerton was renumbered as SH 51 and the branch to Mineral Wellswas renumbered as SH 24.[5] SH 28 was instead rerouted over SH 28A through Vernon to the Oklahoma border. US 70 was co-located along the entire route, except for the small branch northeast of Vernon. This branch was assigned to US 183 in 1938. All co-designations with US Routes were removed completely on September 26, 1939.

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SH 27 TX SH 29

SH 38[edit]

Old Texas 38.svg

State Highway 38 has been designated twice. The first route was designated on May 20, 1918 from Greenville north and east through Honey Grove to the Oklahoma border.[6] On February 19, 1919, the route extended south to Terrell.[7] On April 20, 1919, the route extended southwest to Ennis.[8] On August 17, 1923, the sections south of Kaufman and north of Greenville were cancelled. On December 17, 1923, this route was cancelled, as it became the northern extension of TX 34. The route was re-designated as a spur from TX 43 to Beckville.[9] By 1926, this route was cancelled. The route was re-designated by 1929 on a route from Sugar Land southeast to Alvin. In 1930, SH 38 extended southeast to Galveston. On December 21, 1936, SH 38 extended north to Hempstead. On September 26, 1939, this routing became the southern extension of TX 6 when it was rerouted around the western side of Houston.

SH 38A was designated on February 27, 1919 from Ladonia to Paris.[10] By 1926, this route was cancelled.

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SH 37 TX SH 39

SH 52[edit]

Texas 52.svg

State Highway 52 was designated on August 21, 1923 from Hedley through Wellington to the Oklahoma border as a renumbering of a section of TX 13.[11] The section west of Wellington was renumbered again as TX 203 in 1934, and this numbering replaced the rest of TX 52 on September 26, 1945.[12]

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SH 51 TX SH 53

SH 58[edit]

Texas 58.svg

State Highway 58 is a highway that has been designated twice. It was first designated on August21, `923 on a route from Edna to east of Galveston via Bay City, Columbia, and Angleton. In 1928, the western portion was rerouted to Palacios.[13] The eastern portion was rerouted through Alvin between Angleton and Galveston. The section from Alvin to Galveston was transferred to TX 38 (now TX 6) in 1933, and by 1936, the TX 58 designation was cancelled, with the remaining portion added to TX 35. The second designation was in 2009 on a connecting route in Midland.[14] This route became Business State Highway 158-B in 2011 when it was rerouted.

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SH 57 TX SH 59

SH 69[edit]

Texas 69.svg

State Highway 69 is a route that has been designated twice. It was first designated on August 21, 1923 from Cameron to Hearne as a renumbering of TX 36A.[15] By 1933, it received a co-designation with US Route 190. The state designation was removed on September 26, 1939. The second designation was on August 4, 1971 near Eastland as a renumbering of a section of TX 6 when it was rerouted further west. On August 28, 1991, SH 69 extended east to I-20, reolacing part of US 80 which was decommissioned west of Dallas. The route was renumbered TX 112 on September 14, 1992 due to numerous thefts of the highway signs.[16]

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SH 68 TX SH 70

SH 74[edit]

Texas 74.svg

State Highway 74 is a route that has been designated twice. It was first designated on August 21, 1923 on a route from Brady through Lampasas to Georgetown as a renumbering of TX 36B.[17] In 1933, the section from near the Burnet/Williamson county line to Georgetown was redesignated as TX 195. SH 74 instead was extended south to TX 29 at Liberty Hill. In 1935, US 190 was co-located with the highway from Brady to Lampasas. The co-designation was removed on September 26, 1939, leaving the section from Lampasas to Liberty Hill. This section was replaced by US 183 on May 23, 1951 when its route was adjusted through Texas. The second designation was on June 27, 1995 as a route across the southern portion of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. This route, also known as the East-West connector, has not been constructed, but remains designated.[18][19]

SH 74A was designated from Lometa to Goldthwaite. On September 26, 1939, the route was transferred to TX 284 (now US 183).

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SH 73 TX SH 75

SH 76[edit]

Texas 76.svg

State Highway 76 is a route that has been designated twice. It was first designated on August 21, 1923 from Nacogdoches northeast to the Louisiana border as a renumbering of a portion of TX 22.[20] By 1932, this route had become the eastern extension of TX 7. TX 76 was instead proposed on a route from Eagle Pass northeast to Batesville. The route was proposed to be extended further northeast to near Moore in 1935. on May 19, 1942, the section east of La Pryor. In 1964, SH 76 extended northeast to Moore, replacing FM 394 on that route. On August 5, 1966, the route was transferred to SH 57 (now US 57).[21]

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SH 75 TX SH 77

SH 84[edit]

Texas 84.svg

State Highway 84 was designated on August 21, 1923 as a route across West Texas from the New Mexico border through Brownfield and Post to Jayton, replacing TX 39 and a portion of TX 18.[22] In 1932, the route was co-located with US 380. By 1933, the section from Clairemont to Jayton was transferred to TX 70 when it was rerouted. In 1939, the co-designation with US 380 was completely removed.[23]

SH 84A was a spur designated on May 25, 1925 from SH 84 in Jayton to Rotan.[24] By 1930, it was renumbered as TX 161 (now TX 70).

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SH 83 TX SH 85

SH 88[edit]

Texas 88.svg

State Highway 88 was designated on August 21, 1923 as a route across the Texas Panhandle from Clarendon north to the Oklahoma border near Spearman, as a renumbering of TX 33B.[25][26] By 1935, SH 88 extended south to Turkey. In 1939, the route became the northern extension of then-TX 18 (now TX 70).[27]

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SH 87 TX SH 89

SH 104[edit]

Texas 104.svg

State Highway 104 was designated on MAy 25, 1925 as a connector route from Ranger to Morton Valley.[28] By 1928, this was renumbered to SH 103, as old SH 103 was conditional. Instead, SH 101, a connector route from Georgetown east to TX 95 at Circleville, was renumbered to SH 104. By 1933, the route was extended west to reach Liberty Hill, and was completed by 1936. The route was transferred to TX 29 on August 22, 1951, when it was extended after being supplanted by US 183 on May 23, 1951.[29]

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SH 103 TX SH 105

SH 106[edit]

Texas 106.svg

State Highway 106 was designated on May 4, 1925 as a route from Crockett to Corrigan in East Texas.[30] In 1928, the route was extended southeast to reach Woodville, and was completed by 1936. When the renumbering was planned out, SH 106 was not going to be cancelled, as US 287 did not yet exist. On September 26, 1939, the route was assigned to the newly created US 287, with the Texas Highway designation removed.

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SH 105 TX SH 107

SH 109[edit]

Texas 109.svg

State Highway 109 is a highway that has been designated twice. The first route was designated on July 27, 1925 on a new route from Smithville south to Yoakum.[31] By 1933, this route had become the southern extension of TX 95. The route was instead proposed as a connector route between Bronte and Ballinger, but was not completed until 1940. The route became the new eastern extension of TX 158 on August 16, 1948 due to adjustment to US 277.[32]

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SH 108 TX SH 110

SH 113[edit]

Texas 113.svg

State Highway 113 was a highway designated in 1926 as a route from Victoria south across Aransas Bay to Rockport. By 1933, most of the route had been transferred to other routes, with the remaining section running from US 77 in northern Refugio County southeast through Tivoli to Austwell. On January 22, 1940, SH 113 was truncated to Tivoli. On October 22, 1940, SH 113 was rerouted back to Austwell. The route became the eastern extension of TX 239 in 1975.[33]

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SH 112 TX SH 114

SH 116[edit]

Texas 116.svg State Highway 116 is a highway that has been designated twice. The first route was designated in 1926 on a new route from Dallas due north through Celina to Gunter. By 1930, SH 116 extended northeast to US 82/TX 5. By 1935, this route became the northern extension of TX 14. The route was again designated on March 31, 1955 on an existing route from Lubbock west through Levelland to the New Mexico state line as arenumbering of TX 290, where it transferred to NM Route 116 (before this day NM Route 92) "for the convenience of the traveling public".[34] This route became the western extension of TX 114 on December 14, 1977.

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SH 115 TX SH 117

SH 117[edit]

Texas 117.svg

State Highway 117 is a highway that has been designated twice. The first route was designated by 1928 in the Texas Panhandle from Claude north through Spearman to Perryton, and was extended east to the Oklahoma border by 1930. The route was renumbered as TX 15 on October 26, 1954 to coordinate with OK 15, which the highway became after crossing the Oklahoma border. The second route was designated on February 23, 1983 on a route from Pleasanton east to Karnes City. The route was never constructed, and was cancelled on October 31, 1996.[35]

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SH 116 TX SH 118

SH 120[edit]

Texas 120.svg

State Highway 120 was a highway originally designated by 1928 as a connector route between Aspermont and Throckmorton. By 1933, the route was completed as a graded earth road, with an extension east to Newcastle and south to Brad. By 1939, when US 80 was rerouted, SH 120 was extended south to Strawn. The route was transferred to TX 24, which was rerouted west, and TX 16,which was extended north, on September 26, 1939.

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SH 119 TX SH 121

SH 126[edit]

Texas 126.svg

State Highway 126 was a highway originally designated by 1928 as a connector route between Knox City and Munday. On March 19, 1930, the route was removed from the state highway list, but was still designated. On August 27, 1935, the route, which was not on the State Highway List, was upgraded to a state highway, and renumbered to TX 222.[36]

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SH 125 TX SH 127

SH 129[edit]

Texas 129.svg

State Highway 129 was a highway originally designated by 1928 as a connector route between Brownwood and Rising Star. In 1931, the route was co-located with US 283. The co-designation was removed in 1935, and the route was transferred to TX 23 when it was rerouted further east.

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SH 128 TX SH 130

SH 133[edit]

Texas 133.svg

State Highway 133 was a highway originally designated by 1928 between Moss Hill and Beaumont. The route was only partially built by 1933, and was removed as a state highway by 1935 and reassigned as an eastward extension of TX 105.

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SH 132 TX SH 134

SH 134[edit]

Texas 134.svg

State Highway 134 is a highway that has been designated twice. The first route was designated by 1928 as a new highway from Lubbock west to the New Mexico border. This route became the western extension of TX 24 by 1930. The route was instead designated as the connector route to the San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site outside Houston by 1931. The route was returned to local jurisdiction on December 14, 2006.[37]

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SH 133 TX SH 135

SH 139[edit]

Texas 139.svg

State Highway 139 was a highway that was designated in 1929 as a connector route between Chilton and Marlin. On September 7, 1943, the route was extended east to the town of Marquez. The route became the western extension of TX 7 on July 15, 1948.[38]

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SH 138 TX SH 140

SH 143[edit]

Texas 143.svg

State Highway 143 was a highway that was proposed in 1929 as a spur from TX 5 to Channing. By 1933, SH 143 extended south to near Brownfield, and TX 5 was rerouted through Channing. By 1935, the route had not been started, and the entire route was transferred to TX 51.

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SH 142 TX SH 144

SH 145[edit]

Texas 145.svg

State Highway 145 was a highway that was designated by 1930 from Three Rivers to Alice. In 1932, this became part of SH 66. A new was designated in 1932 as a spur from TX 24 south to the town of Princeton. The route was transferred to State Spur 73 on September 25, 1939. The route is now part of FM 75.[39][40]

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SH 144 TX SH 146

SH 157[edit]

Texas 157.svg

State Highway 157 was a highway that was designated on March 19, 1930 as a more direct route between Breckenridge and Throckmorton. It was a renumbering of TX 67A. The route became the northern extension of TX 6 on September 6, 1945.[41]

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SH 156 TX SH 158

SH 162[edit]

Texas 162.svg

State Highway 162 was a highway that was designated on March 19, 1930 as a spur from TX 12 (now US 59) south to the Fannin Battleground State Historic Site. The route was redesignated as State Spur 91 on May 9, 1940. The route was redesignated as State Park Road 27 on July 1, 1940.[42]

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SH 161 TX SH 163

SH 167[edit]

Texas 167.svg

State Highway 167 was a highway that was designated in 1931 as a spur from US 77 to the Monument Hill State Historic Site. The route was redesignated as State Spur 92 on May 9, 1940.[43]

The SH 167 designation was assigned on December 13, 2012 as a temporary state highway from SH 267, to US 67/US 377. At 230 feet, it was the shortest main state highway in Texas. The route was eliminated in 2013, when the US 67 relief route was completed. [43][44][45]

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SH 166 TX SH 168

SH 169[edit]

Texas 169.svg

State Highway 169 was a highway that was designated in 1932 from Decatur to Gainesville. This became part of SH 89 in 1932. It was later reused as a spur in Austin from Loop 1 to I-35 on October 27, 1989 with local support as exhibited by the passage of a referendum election; and the City of Austin's support of a west/east facility in this corridor. The route was formerly Spur 69 and part of RM 2222, and was returned to the previous designations on July 19, 1990 as the agreement was not met.[46][47]

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I-169 TX SH 170

SH 177[edit]

Texas 177.svg

State Highway 177 was a highway that was designated in 1932 as a spur between La Ward and SH 58 east of Blessing. In late 1933, the section west of Blessing was cancelled, as SH 111 was rerouted on a road just to the north. In 1934, SH 58, along with SH 57, became part of SH 35. The route was redesignated as State Spur 93 on May 9, 1940. On May 23, 1951, Spur 93 became part of the new FM 1727. On September 27, 1954, FM 1727 was cancelled and combined with FM 616 when it was extended east.[48]

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SH 176 TX SH 178

SH 181[edit]

Texas 181.svg

State Highway 181 was a highway that was designated by 1933 as a spur from Gary City east to US 59 as a renumbering of SH 8A. The route became the eastern extension of FM 999 on June 29, 1950.[49]

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SH 180 TX SH 182

SH 187[edit]

Texas 187.svg

State Highway 187 was a highway that was proposed by 1933 as a connector between Cisco and TX 67 to the northeast. The route became a portion of US 183 when it was rerouted on May 28, 1952.[50]

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SH 186 TX SH 188

SH 189[edit]

Texas 189.svg

State Highway 189 was a highway that was proposed by 1933 as a connector between Catarina and Artesia Wells. The route was never completed, and was removed by 1936. The route later became a portion of FM 133.[51]

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SH 188 TX SH 190

SH 192[edit]

Old Texas 192.svg

State Highway 192 was a highway that was designated by 1933 as a connector between Pecos and Fort Stockton. The route became a portion of TX 27 in 1935 when it was rerouted northwest from Fort Stockton.

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SH 191 TX SH 193

SH 196[edit]

Texas 196.svg

State Highway 196 was a highway that was designated in 1933 as a connector between US 80 in far western Reeves County and Fort Stockton. The route was formerly a portion of TX 27 before it was rerouted northwest from Fort Stockton, replacing TX 192. The route was codesignated with US 290, and the codesignation was removed on September 26, 1939.

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SH 195 TX SH 197

SH 197[edit]

Texas 197.svg

State Highway 197 was a highway that was proposed by 1934 as a more direct route between Waxahachie and downtown Dallas. The designation was cancelled on November 24, 1941, because US 77 was rerouted along this route. The old route was renumbered to SH 342.[52]

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SH 196 TX SH 198

SH 200[edit]

Texas 200.svg

State Highway 200 is a designation that has been used twice. The first designation was by 1935 as a route from Gonzales eastward through Hallettsville to Eagle Lake. On September 16, 1937, the section from Hallettsville to Eagle Lake was renumbered as TX 253, and SH 200 was instead rerouted southeast to Wharton.[53] On September 26, 1939, SH 200 extended southwest to TX 80 in Nixon, replacing TX 112. In 1940, the section from Gonzales to Hallettsville was minimally maintained, and the section east of Hallettsville remained unbuilt. On May 29, 1941 the path east of Hallettsville was rerouted toward Eagle Lake, replacing TX 253. This entire route was cancelled on March 28, 1952 when US 90A was assigned upon the majority of the route, with the remaining section transferred to TX 97. The second route was designated on February 24, 1988 from Ingleside, TX south to the Corpus Christi Homeport. The route remains unbuilt.[54][55]

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SH 199 TX SH 201

SH 209[edit]

Texas 209.svg

State Highway 209 was a highway that was designated in 1934 as a connector between Pampa and Borger in the Texas Panhandle. The route became the western extension of TX 152 in 1938.

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SH 208 TX SH 210

SH 212[edit]

Texas 212.svg

State Highway 212 was a highway that was designated in 1934 as a connector between Athens and Fairfield. By 1939, this route was cancelled, and the northern half of this route was transferred to FM 59 in 1942. The rest was never built.

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SH 211 TX SH 213

SH 215[edit]

Texas 215.svg

State Highway 215 was a highway that was designated on January 18, 1935[56] as a connector between Carthage and Mount Enterprise. By 1939, this route was cancelled and never built. The route is very similar to current TX 315.

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SH 214 TX SH 216

SH 216[edit]

Texas 216.svg

State Highway 216 was a highway that was designated on January 18, 1935[57] as a connector between Midland and Gardendale. By 1939, this route was cancelled, and became an extension of TX 158.

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SH 215 TX SH 217

SH 219[edit]

Texas 219.svg

State Highway 219 was a highway that was designated on June 11, 1935[58] as a connector between US 190 in Huntsville and the gravesite of Sam Houston on the north side of Huntsville. The route was redesignated as State Spur 94 on May 9, 1940. Spur 94 was cancelled on October 26, 2006.[59]

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SH 218 TX SH 220

SH 221[edit]

Texas 221.svg

State Highway 221 was a highway that was designated on August 27, 1935 as a loop connector for SH 36, giving access to Heidenheimer, replacing State Highway 36A.[60] The route was removed in 1939 as a more direct route for SH 36 from Temple to Rogers through Heidenheimer (rather than Little River) was completed. The former SH 221 is now mostly FM 93 and FM 436 from "Old 95" north of Little River to Reed's Lake Road east of Little River.[61]

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SH 220 TX SH 222

SH 226[edit]

Texas 226.svg

State Highway 226 was a highway that was designated on February 18, 1936 as a connector from then-TX 112 (now TX 97) to the location of the monument on the Guadalupe River commemorating the firing of the first shot in the Texas-Mexican Revolution.[62][63] The route was redesignated as Texas State Spur 95 on May 9, 1940.[64]

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SH 225 TX SH 227

SH 227[edit]

Texas 227.svg

State Highway 227 is a highway that has been designated twice. The first route was designated on March 17, 1936 as a route from Marathon south into the Big Bend National Park, with a spur to Terlingua.[65][66] On October 30, 1939, the spur to Terlingua became part of TX 118. The remoteness of the route made construction improvement difficult and slow. On February 20, 1946, the section of SH 227 in Big Bend National Park was cancelled, as Big Bend State Park became a National Park. The route became the southern extension to TX 51 on October 24, 1956 for preparation of a proposed U.S. Route. The U.S. Route was accepted as US 385 on August 28, 1958, cancelling TX 51. The second route was designated on September 26, 1986 as the former routing of TX 288 from FM 521 south Angleton south to TX 332 and TX 288 in Clute. On February 23, 1989, SH 227 extended south to TX 36 over old TX 288. On August 15, 1989, the section from TX 36 northward 4 miles was transferred back to TX 288. This route was redesignated as Texas Business Route 288 on October 25, 1990.[67]

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SH 226 TX SH 228

SH 228[edit]

Texas 228.svg

State Highway 228 was designated on April 20, 1936 as a route from Houston to Port Arthur.[68] On September 26, 1939, this route was cancelled and transferred to TX 73.

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SH 227 TX SH 229

SH 229[edit]

Texas 229.svg

State Highway 229 was designated on May 19, 1936 as a route from SH 90 to Washington on the Brazos.[69][70] On September 26, 1939, this route was cancelled, and mileage was transferred to PR 12.

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SH 228 TX SH 230

SH 230[edit]

Texas 230.svg

State Highway 230 is a highway that has been designated twice. The first route was designated on May 19, 1936 as a route from near Bryan (now in College Station city limits) southwest to Somerville.[71][72] This route was transferred to Farm to Market Roads 50 and 60 on May 20, 1942. The second route was designated on June 21, 1990 as a bypass route around the western and southern side of Midlothian. The routing was proposed as the main routing of US 287 on May 29, 2003. The old route was to become a business route. The TX 230 designation was never rescinded.[73][74]

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SH 229 TX SH 231

SH 231[edit]

Texas 231.svg

State Highway 231 was a highway that was designated on June 16, 1936 as a connector route between Southmayd and Dorchester.[75] The designation was cancelled on March 6, 1941. The section from TX 289 to Dorchester was restored as Farm to Market Road 902 on November 23, 1948.[76][77]

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SH 230 TX SH 232

SH 232[edit]

Texas 232.svg

State Highway 232 was a highway that was designated on August 1, 1936 as a connecting route between Blanco and TX 80 south of Wimberley.[78] Construction of the portions of the route in Blanco and Hays Counties were completed by 1940, but improved routing through Comal County was slow to complete. On April 29, 1942 the route was transferred to RM 32.[79]

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SH 231 TX SH 233

SH 233[edit]

Texas 233.svg

State Highway 233 was a highway that was designated on August 1, 1936 as a connecting route between SH 1/US 80 in Kent and SH 166 near Fort Davis.[80][81] On September 26, 1939, this route was cancelled, and this route became an extension of SH 118.

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SH 232 TX SH 234

SH 235[edit]

Texas 235.svg

State Highway 235 was a highway that was designated on September 22, 1936 as a connecting route from Vidor northeast to the Deweyville bridge crossing the Sabine River and continuing into Louisiana.[82] The route was renumbered TX 12 on August 27, 1959 to correspond to the connecting Louisiana Highway 12.[83]

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SH 234 TX SH 236

SH 241[edit]

Texas 241.svg

State Highway 241 was a highway that was designated on November 24, 1936 as a route southward from Jourdanton, ending at Freer, with the possible extension further south to Hebbronville.[84][85] On September 26, 1939, the route became the southern extension of TX 173 (now TX 16).

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SH 240 TX SH 242

SH 244[edit]

Texas 244.svg

State Highway 244 was a highway that was designated on February 25, 1937 as a connecting route between US 290 and Prairie View College.[86][87] The route was redesignated as State Spur 96 on May 9, 1940.[88] The route became part of FM 1098 on July 9, 1951.

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SH 243 TX SH 245

SH 245[edit]

Texas 245.svg

State Highway 245 was a highway that was designated on April 19, 1937 as a connecting route between TX 77 and Marietta.[89][90] The route was redesignated as State Spur 97 on May 9, 1940.[91] The route became part of FM 250 on September 26, 1945.

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SH 244 TX SH 246

SH 246[edit]

Texas 246.svg

State Highway 246 was a highway that was designated on June 23, 1937 as a connecting route between US 75 and US 77 south of Dallas.[92][93] The route was removed from the state highway system on March 22, 1951. It is now East Illinois Avenue from Lancaster Road to Interstate 45 in Dallas.[94]

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SH 245 TX SH 247

SH 247[edit]

Texas 247.svg

State Highway 247 was a highway that was designated on June 23, 1937 as a connecting route between Ladonia and Cooper, replacing part of SH 154.[95][96] Part of the route was built west from Cooper by 1940. The completed portion of the route was redesignated as FM 64 on June 23, 1942.[97][98]

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SH 246 TX SH 248

SH 248[edit]

Texas 248.svg

State Highway 248 was a highway that was designated on June 22, 1937 as a connecting route between TX 81 (now TX 16) at Kerrville and the local state mental hospital.[99][100] The route was transferred to State Spur 98 on May 9, 1940. The route became Loop 98 on April 29, 2010.[101]

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SH 247 TX SH 249

SH 250[edit]

Texas 250.svg

State Highway 250 was a highway that was designated on June 22, 1937 as a connecting route between Mission and Edinburg.[102][103] The route became the western extension of TX 107 on September 26, 1939.

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SH 249 TX SH 251

SH 252[edit]

Texas 252.svg

State Highway 252 was a highway that was designated on August 3, 1937 as a connecting route from Munday north to US 82.[104] This route became the northern extension of TX 222 on September 26, 1939.

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SH 251 TX SH 253

SH 253[edit]

Texas 253.svg

State Highway 253 was a highway that was designated on September 16, 1937 as a connecting route between Hallettsville and Eagle Lake as a renumbering of part of TX 200, which was rerouted southeast to Wharton.[105] It became part of then-TX 200 (now US 90A) on May 29, 1941, as the rerouting of TX 200 to Wharton was cancelled as it was never built.[106]

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SH 252 TX SH 254

SH 257[edit]

Texas 257.svg

State Highway 257 was a highway that was designated on November 5, 1937 as a route from Laredo northeast to George West.[107] On September 26, 1939, SH 257 was to extend to Refugio. The route became an expansion and redirection of TX 202 on October 30, 1939, before signage on SH 202 was changed.[108]

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SH 256 TX SH 258

SH 259[edit]

Texas 259.svg

State Highway 259 was a highway that was designated on April 19, 1938 as a route across western Rusk County north through Kilgore to US 80 near Gladewater.[109] The route was transferred to TX 42 in 1962, to avoid confusion with US 259, which also ran through Kilgore.[110]

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SH 258 TX SH 260

SH 260[edit]

Texas 260.svg

State Highway 260 was designated on February 21, 1938 from Commerce to Naples.[111] The route was cancelled when it was built. On September 26, 1939, this became the western extension of TX 77, and this section was cancelled on January 14, 1941. It became FM 71 in 1942.

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SH 259 TX SH 261

SH 262[edit]

Texas 262.svg

State Highway 262 was a highway that was designated on April 19, 1938 as a route from Big Spring west to Andrews.[112] On August 1, 1938, it was rerouted to go south to Stanton[113]. The route was cancelled when it was built. It became RM 87 (now TX 176) in 1942.

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SH 261 TX SH 263

SH 263[edit]

Texas 263.svg

State Highway 263 was designated on April 19, 1938 from Bonham to Randolph.[114] The route was cancelled when it was built. Later, it became FM 82, and even later, SH 121.

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SH 262 TX SH 264

SH 264[edit]

Texas 264.svg

State Highway 264 was a highway that was designated on May 24, 1938 as a connector route from TX 27 near Fredericksburg to the American Legion Cemetery.[115] This route was redesignated as State Spur 100 on May 9, 1940.[116]

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SH 265[edit]

Texas 265.svg

State Highway 265 is a highway that has been designated twice. The first route was designated on May 24, 1938 as a connector route from Normangee to the Normangee State Park.[117] This route was redesignated as FM 3 on March 26, 1942. The route was again designated on July 29, 1987 as a proposed freeway, called the "GAP Freeway" or the "West Bay Freeway", from Beltway 8 on the south side of Houston southward through Alvin to Jamaica Beach on Galveston Island. This route was never built, and was cancelled on July 28, 1994.[118]

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SH 264 TX SH 266

SH 266[edit]

Texas 266.svg

State Highway 266 was designated on May 24, 1938 from Nacogdoches to Ratcliff.[119] This became part of SH 7 on September 26, 1939. However, the road from US 69 to Forest was to become SH 266 in the renumbering, however, this became Spur 29 instead.

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SH 267[edit]

Texas 267.svg

State Highway 267 was a highway that was designated on May 24, 1938 as a route in rural Real County from SH 41 8 miles west of the Real/Kerr County Line to US 83 north of Leakey.[120] This route was cancelled on August 20, 1940.[121] The route was later redesignated as RM 336 in 1945.[122] The SH 267 designation was assigned in 2012 as a proposed relief route around Dublin in Erath County previously considered as a rerouting of on March 29, 2012. The numbering was transferred back to US 67 in 2013.[122]

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SH 266 TX SH 268

SH 268[edit]

Texas 268.svg

State Highway 268 was a highway that was designated on May 24, 1938 as a route from San Angelo east to Paint Rock.[123] The route was cancelled when it was built. It became RM 380 in 1945.

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SH 267 TX SH 269

SH 269[edit]

Texas 269.svg

State Highway 269 was a highway that was designated on June 21, 1938 as a connector route from Troup to Wright City.[124] The route was redesignated as FM 15 on March 26, 1942.[125][126]

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SH 268 TX SH 270

SH 270[edit]

Texas 270.svg

State Highway 270 was designated on June 21, 1938 as a connector route from Tyler north to the Tyler State Park near Sandflat.[127] The route was redesignated as FM 14 on March 26, 1942.[128]

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SH 269 TX SH 271

SH 271[edit]

Texas 271.svg

State Highway 271 was designated on June 21, 1938 as a connector route from Rankin to Sheffield.[129] By 1939, it extended north to Lamesa. The route was redesignated as TX 137 on September 26, 1939 when it was extended south.

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SH 270 TX SH 272

SH 272[edit]

Texas 272.svg

State Highway 272 was a highway that was designated on June 21, 1938 as a connector route from Neches north to Todd City.[130] This route was cancelled in 1939 upon the completion of the WPA project, and was redesignated on April 29, 1942 as FM 19.[131]

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SH 271 TX SH 273

SH 277[edit]

Texas 277.svg

State Highway 277 was a highway that was designated on September 20, 1938 as a connector route along the very southern edge of Kilgore.[132] This route was redesignated on May 9, 1940 as State Spur 101. It became a portion of TX 42 on September 29, 1992.[133]

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SH 276 TX SH 278

SH 278[edit]

Texas 278.svg

State Highway 278 was a highway that was designated in 1938 as a route from Floydada West through Littlefield to TX 214 south of Muleshoe, near Enochs.[134] On August 27, 1940, the section from US 87 west to the Hale/Lamb County Line was cancelled. On October 22, 1940, the sections from SH 214 to the Lamb/Bailey County Line and from the Hale/Lamb County Line to Littlefield were cancelled. On November 22, 1940, the remainder of the route was cancelled. The route was resurrected as FM 54 starting on May 20, 1942.[135]

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SH 277 TX SH 279

SH 280[edit]

Texas 280.svg

State Highway 280 was a proposed designation from TX 166 to the Macdonald Observatory that was never implemented, as it was designated as Spur 78 instead.

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SH 279 TX SH 281

SH 281[edit]

Texas 281.svg

State Highway 281 was a proposed designation from US 87 in Dumas to the Oklahoma border that was never implemented, as it was designated as part of the new US 287 instead.

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SH 280 TX SH 282

SH 282[edit]

Texas 282.svg

State Highway 282 is a highway that has been designated twice. The first route was designated on September 26, 1939 as a connector route from Spearman north to the Oklahoma State line as a renumbering of part of SH 18, continuing to Guymon, OK. This route was transferred completely to TX 15 and TX 207 on September 1, 1965. The route was again designated on September 28, 1993 as a route from US 77 on the south side of Kingsville, TX east to the entrance to Kingsville Naval Air Station via Caesar Avenue. This route was completed in 1996, and was cancelled per agreement at that time and ownership returned to the city of Kingsville.[136]

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SH 281 TX SH 283

SH 284[edit]

Texas 284.svg

State Highway 284 was a highway that was designated on September 26, 1939 as a connector route from Goldthwaite southeast to Lometa as a renumbering of SH 74A. This route became a portion of US 183 when it was extended south on May 23, 1951.[137]

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SH 283 TX SH 285

SH 287[edit]

Texas 287.svg

State Highway 287 was a proposed designation from US 59 via Brooks Street to TX 6 that was never implemented, as it was designated as Spur 58 instead. Spur 58 was cancelled on October 31, 2002.

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SH 286 TX SH 288

SH 291[edit]

Texas 291.svg

State Highway 291 was a highway that was designated on September 26, 1939 as a connector route from TX 171 to US 81 near Itasca and a renumbering of one part of SH 2A. On October 31, 1958, the extension of FM 67 from Covington to US 81 & FM 712 was designated 4 miles north of SH 291, and FM 712 was cancelled and combined with FM 67. FM 712 was reassigned to a road in Falls County on December 19, 1959. When construction was completed, SH 291 would be cancelled. On November 2, 1962, SH 291 was redesignated as FM 2719, due to the completion of the FM 67 extension.[138]

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SH 290 TX SH 292

SH 292[edit]

Texas 292.svg

State Highway 292 was a highway that was designated on September 26, 1939 as a connector route from US 67 north to Keene. This route was redesignated as State Spur 102 on May 9, 1940.[139]

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SH 291 TX SH 293

SH 293[edit]

Texas 293.svg

State Highway 293 was a highway that was designated on September 26, 1939 as a route from Ratliff via Lufkin to near Milam. This route was found to be a duplicate of the eastern extension of TX 103, and was thus renumbered to reflect this on October 30, 1939.[140]

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SH 292 TX SH 294

SH 295[edit]

Texas 295.svg

State Highway 295 was a highway that was designated on September 26, 1939 as a more direct route from Victoria north to Hallettsville, replacing part of SH 44. This route became the main routing for US 77 on September 23, 1953, with the previous routing of US 77 from Victoria through Goliad to Hallettsville becoming Alt. US 77.[141]

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SH 294 TX SH 296

SH 296[edit]

Texas 296.svg

State Highway 296 was a proposed designation for the spur from US 77 to Sweet Home that was never implemented, as it was designated as Spur 27 instead. Spur 27 became part of FM 531 on November 20, 1946.

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SH 295 TX SH 297

SH 297[edit]

Texas 297.svg

State Highway 297 is a state highway designation that has been used twice. The first route was designated on September 25, 1939 as a route from Schulenburg south via Shiner to Yoakum as a renumbering of part of TX 95. This route became the southward extension of TX 95 on November 20, 1939. The route was designated a second time on January 30, 1989 as a new route from Mendoza, just south of Austin, southwestward to Seguin, roughly parallel to IH-35. It was to be part of the improved traffic flow around the city of Austin. This route was renumbered as a southward extension of TX 130 on December 8, 1993.[142]

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SH 296 TX SH 298

SH 298[edit]

Texas 298.svg

State Highway 298 was a proposed designation from SH 87 to the Sabine River that was never implemented, as it was designated as Spur 69 instead. On October 27, 1945, it was redesignated as part of SH 235. On August 27, 1959, SH 235 was renumbered to SH 12.

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SH 297 TX SH 299

SH 299[edit]

Texas 299.svg

State Highway 299 was a highway that was designated on January 23, 1939 as a linking route between US 59 and US 69 on the far south side of Lufkin.[143] This route was cancelled and replaced by FM 58 on May 19, 1942.[144]

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SH 298 TX SH 300

SH 301[edit]

Texas 301.svg

State Highway 301 was a highway that was designated on January 23, 1939 as a linking route between Ranger and Desdemona.[145] This route was cancelled when it was built.[146]

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SH 300 TX SH 302

SH 303[edit]

Texas 303.svg

State Highway 303 was a highway that was designated on December 1, 1938 as a route from Lamesa to the Martin County Line.[147] The number was not assigned until January 23, 1939. On October 22, 1940 it extended south to Stanton. This route became the southern extension of TX 137 on August 23, 1943.[148]

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SH 302 TX SH 304

SH 306[edit]

Texas 306.svg

State Highway 306 was a highway that was designated on December 21, 1938 as a route between Italy and Ennis.[149] The number was not assigned until January 23, 1939. This route became the western extension of TX 34 on September 26, 1939. Note that this was to stay TX 306 in the initial renumbering plans, which did not contain US 287.

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SH 305 TX SH 307

SH 307[edit]

Texas 307.svg

State Highway 307 was a highway that was designated on January 24, 1939 as a transit route along the southern edge of Texas A&M University.[150] The route ran along what is now George Bush Drive from Wellborn Road to Texas Avenue (SH 6-B). This route, along with the part of SH 308 south of FM 60, was cancelled on January 31, 1961. This was redesignated as FM 2347 on January 31, 1967.[151]

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SH 311[edit]

Texas 311.svg

State Highway 311 was a highway that was designated on February 20, 1939 as a route between Luling and Red Rock.[152] This route was renamed FM 86 on August 24, 1943.[153]

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SH 310 TX SH 312

SH 313[edit]

Texas 313.svg

State Highway 313 was a highway that was designated on March 21, 1939 as a route from Huntsville northwest to the Huntsville/Midway Road.[154] This route was cancelled on February 4, 1941.[155]

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SH 312 TX SH 314

SH 314[edit]

Texas 314.svg

State Highway 314 was a highway that was designated on April 1, 1939 as a connector route between Bailey and Commerce via Wolfe City.[156] The section from Wolfe City to Commerce was cancelled on March 27, 1940. The remainder of the highway was cancelled on December 3, 1940.[157] This route was partially restored on June 25, 1945 as FM 512 from Commerce to Aberfoyle. On September 9, 1947, another part of SH 314 was restored as FM 816 from Wolfe City to FM 272 in Hickory Creek. On October 25, 1949, another part of SH 314 was restored as FM 1551 from Bailey south to the Fannin/Hunt County Line. On November 30, 1949, FM 816 extended north from Hickory Creek to FM 1551 at the Fannin/Huntcounty line, and FM 1551 became part of FM 816, restoring more of SH 314. That same day, FM 512 extended to Wolfe City, restoring the remainder of SH 314. As a result, SH 314 was entirely restored. SH 314 was bypassed by FM 2320, designated on August 24, 1955, from Commerce to Wolfe City. On November 21, 1956, FM 2320 extended west to Baliey. On October 31, 1958, FM 2320 became part of FM 1281, and FM 1281 became part of SH 11 on December 17, 1970.[158][159][160][161][162][163]

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SH 318[edit]

Texas 318.svg

State Highway 318 was a highway that was designated on September 1, 1939 as a route between Seagraves and Denver City.[164] This route was cancelled on December 18, 1939.[165][166]

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SH 317 TX SH 319

SH 319[edit]

Texas 319.svg

State Highway 319 was a highway that was designated on September 26, 1939 as a route from Jacksboro southeast into Fort Worth, replacing a portion of TX 34. Note that this was to stay TX 34 in the initial renumbering plans. This route became the eastern extension of TX 199 on October 30, 1939.[167] The present-day routing of TX 199 was the original routing of TX 319.

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SH 324[edit]

Texas 324.svg

State Highway 324 was a highway that was designated on October 30, 1939 as a route between Henderson and Carlisle (now Price). This route was replaced by FM 13 on March 26, 1942.[168]

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SH 323 TX SH 325

SH 325[edit]

Texas 325.svg

State Highway 325 was a highway that was designated on December 7, 1939 as a route between Itasca and Files Valley. This route was cancelled on February 20, 1940. This route was replaced by FM 66 on June 23, 1942.[169]

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SH 324 TX SH 326

SH 328[edit]

Texas 328.svg

State Highway 328 was a highway that was designated on February 13, 1940 as a route between Seagraves and O'Donnell. The route was extended west to Denver City on May 20, 1940. On October 24, 1941, the section of the route from the Gaines/Dawson County Line to O'Donnell was cancelled. On January 9, 1945, the route extended east to SH 137. On September 26, 1945, SH 328 extended west to the Texas/New Mexico State Line This route was renumbered SH 83 on March 31, 1955[170] "for the convenience of the traveling public", as is now corresponded to New Mexico Route 83 to which it connected at the state line.

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SH 327 TX SH 329

SH 330[edit]

Texas 330.svg

State Highway 330 was a highway designated on May 9, 1940 as a bridge route across the Intracoastal Waterway southeast of Sargent. This route was transferred to FM 457 on December 17, 1952.[171]

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SH 329 TX SH 331

SH 331[edit]

Texas 331.svg

State Highway 331 was a highway that was designated on July 20, 1940 as a connector route from Corpus Christi to Corpus Christi Naval Air Station. The route was never built, and was cancelled on October 1, 1940.[172]

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SH 330 TX SH 332

SH 333[edit]

Texas 333.svg

State Highway 333 was a highway designated on September 25, 1939 initially as a bridge route across the Intracoastal Waterway at Freeport. This route was cancelled, along with SH 334, on August 27, 1959 due to the completion of FM 1495.[173][174]

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SH 335[edit]

Texas 335.svg

State Highway 335 was a highway designated on September 25, 1939 as a bridge route across the Intracoastal Waterway between Brazoria and Freeport. This route was cancelled on November 25, 1975, as the location of SH 335 had not been established on the ground, no right of way had been purchased, and no action had been taken to place this number in active use. This bridge was never built. If a future bridge was proposed, it would be designated as an extension of FM 2918.[175]

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SH 340[edit]

Texas 340.svg

State Highway 340 was a highway designated on August 1, 1941 as a connecting route from US 96 north of Kirbyville east to near Bleakwood. This route became the western extension of FM 363 on September 26, 1945.[176]

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SH 341[edit]

Texas 341.svg

State Highway 341 was a highway designated on September 15, 1941 as a connecting route in Texas City. This route became the eastern extension of FM 519 on November 29, 1990.[177]

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SH 340 TX SH 342

SH 343[edit]

Texas 343.svg

State Highway 343 was a highway designated on November 24, 1941 from near Columbus to Rosenberg as a replacement of US 90 when it was rerouted on a more northern routing. This route was replaced by US 90A on June 23, 1942.[178]

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SH 344[edit]

Texas 344.svg

State Highway 344 was a highway designated on May 5, 1940 initially as a bridge route across the Intracoastal Waterway at Matagorda. This route was replaced by FM 2031 on December 17, 1952.[179]

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SH 346[edit]

Texas 346.svg

State Highway 346 was a highway designated on April 29, 1942 as a connecting route from Jourdanton to Poteet as a replacement for a proposed road from Jourdanton to San Antonio, which was designated on May 21, 1940.[180] The route was extended north to San Antonio on August 22, 1945. On October 30, 1964, the section from I-35 to Loop 353 was given to the city of San Antonio. This route became part of the southern extension of TX 16 on August 31, 1965.[181]

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SH 345 TX SH 347

SH 348[edit]

Texas 348.svg

State Highway 348 was a highway designated on June 10, 1943 as a connector route between Texas City and La Marque. This route became the eastern extension of FM 1765 on November 29, 1990.[182]

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SH 347 TX SH 349

SH 353[edit]

Texas 353.svg

State Highway 353 was a highway designated on December 3, 1940 as a route between Cleburne and Meridian. When this was complete, all of TX 353 except for the Brazos River bridge would be cancelled. On June 11, 1945 Farm to Market Road 167 was designated from Cleburne to the Hill County Line, and from Morgan to Meridian. On August 23, 1945, FM 167 extended from Morgan to the Hill County Line, and TX 353 was cancelled. The route was reassigned back to TX 353 on September 27, 1946. On June 29, 1950, the Brazos River was completed on TX 353, and when adequate facilities for highway travel were built on SH 353, SH 353 was to become part of TX 174, and the old route of TX 174 from Cleburne to Iredell was to be cancelled. This route became the majority of TX 174 on August 20, 1952[183] as adequate facilities for highway travel were built on TX 353.

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SH 355[edit]

Texas 355.svg

State Highway 355 was a highway designated on February 21, 1946 along a former portion of FM 118 as a connector route between US 67 and then-SH 24 east of Greenville. This route became the southern extension of FM 118 on July 1, 1947.[184]

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SH 362[edit]

Texas 362.svg

State Highway 362 is a highway designation that has been cancelled twice. The route was first designated on September 19, 1956 as a route from Port Arthur to Sabine Pass. This route was the construction of the main levee south of the city. This route was renamed FM 1900 on December 13, 1956.[185] The entire designation was returned to the city on October 30, 1958 when it was completed. The second route was designated on November 27, 1985 as a route from US 90A to US 59 in Fort Bend County. This route was redesignated as TX 312 on June 17, 1987 to avoid confusion with nearby FM 362.

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SH 363[edit]

Texas 363.svg

State Highway 363 was designated on February 24, 1988 from TX 200 at Ingleside to TX 361. On October 13, 1988, SH 363 was extended to TX 35 at Aransas Pass, replacing SH 365. This route was never constructed, but the designation has not been cancelled.[186][187][188][189]

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SH 824[edit]

Texas 824.svg

State Highway 824 was a highway designated on June 4, 1964 as a new connector route between Jacksboro and Vineyard, replacing portions of FM 1156 and portions of RM 2475 that was being constructed. This was being constructed as an alternate routing of TX 24 south of Lake Bridgeport. On October 1, 1968 this route was transferred to the main route of then-SH 24 (now US 380), while the old routing of SH 24 was transferred to FM 1810. This section of SH 24 became part of US 380 on August 4, 1971.[190]

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