Texas State Highway 30

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State Highway 30 marker

State Highway 30
Route information
Maintained by TxDOT
Length: 53.2 mi[1] (85.6 km)
Existed: 1960 – present
Major junctions
West end:
Bus. SH 6 at College Station

SH 6 in College Station

I-45 in Huntsville
East end: SH 19 at Huntsville
Counties: Brazos, Grimes, Walker
Highway system
SH 29 SH 31

State Highway 30, or SH 30, runs from Business SH 6-R in College Station via Roans Prairie to SH 19 in Huntsville. This route was designated in 1960, replacing SH 45. It is known as Harvey Road between Business SH 6-R and FM 158 in College Station, as 11th Street between I-45 and US 190 (Phelps Dr) in Huntsville, and as Riverside Drive east of US 190 (Phelps Dr) in Huntsville.

Previous routes[edit]

Historic SH 30

SH 30 was a route proposed in 1919 to run from Wichita Falls to Sabinal. The route remains mostly the same, with only the southern portion rerouted into Del Rio by 1931. By 1938, the highway was cancelled as U.S. Highway 277 was routed over its entirety from Del Rio to Wichita Falls.

Counties and junctions[edit]

County Location mi km Destinations Notes
Brazos College Station
Bus. SH 6 (Texas Ave)
SH 6 (Earl Rudder Frwy) Interchange; future I-14
FM 158 west (Boonville Rd)
Grimes Carlos FM 244
Roans Prairie SH 90
FM 2562 south
Shiro FM 1486 south
FM 2620 north
Walker FM 3179 south (Coon Trail Rd)
FM 2550 north
FM 1791
Huntsville I-45 – Madisonville, New Waverly Interchange
US 190 west West end of US 190 overlap
SH 75 north (Ave Q) West end of SH 75 overlap
SH 75 south (Sam Houston Ave) East end of SH 75 overlap
US 190 east (Phelps Dr) East end of US 190 overlap
SH 19 Interchange
FM 2821 (Fish Hatchery Rd)
SH 19
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ Transportation Planning and Programming Division (n.d.). "State Highway No. 30". Highway Designation Files. Texas Department of Transportation. Retrieved 2010-10-25.