Texas State Highway 39

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State Highway 39 marker

State Highway 39
Route information
Maintained by TxDOT
Length: 35.4 mi[1] (57.0 km)
Existed: before 1939 – present
Major junctions
West end: US 83.svg US 83
East end: Texas 27.svg SH 27 in Ingram
Location
Counties: Real, Kerr
Highway system
SH 38 I-40

State Highway 39 is a state highway that runs primarily through the Texas Hill Country primarily in Kerr County.

Previous routes[edit]

Historic SH 39

SH 39 was originally proposed in 1919 as a route stretching from Brownfield to Greenville. It has been extended northeast to Paris in 1926, replacing portions of SH 34. In 1926, its western terminus was moved to Jacksboro when the route west of Jacksboro had been renumbered as parts of SH 84, SH 18, SH 120, and SH 24. Construction had begun by 1931, but the entire route had been renumbered as a part of SH 24. Instead, SH 39 was redesignated to a proposed route from Medina to just north of Leakey. By 1936 it was rerouted to its present-day route.

Junction list[edit]

County Location mi km Destinations Notes
Real US 83 – Junction Western terminus
Kerr RM 187 – Vanderpool
Hunt FM 1340
Ingram SH 27 – Kerrville, Mountain Home Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

  1. ^ Texas Department of Transportation, [1]