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List of Farm to Market Roads in Texas (1000–1099)

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Farm to Market Roads in Texas are owned and maintained by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT).

Texas Farm to Market Road and Ranch to Market Road markers
Highway names
InterstatesInterstate Highway X (IH-X, I-X)
US HighwaysU.S. Highway X (US X)
StateState Highway X (SH X)
Loops:Loop X
Spurs:Spur X
Recreational:Recreational Road X (RE X)
Farm or Ranch
to Market Roads:
Farm to Market Road X (FM X)
Ranch-to-Market Road X (RM X)
Park Roads:Park Road X (PR X)
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FM 1000Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1000
LocationTitus County
Length5.984 mi[1] (9.630 km)
Existed1948[1]–present

FM 1001Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1001
LocationTitus County
Length8.834 mi[2][nb 1] (14.217 km)
Existed1948[2]–present

Farm to Market Road 1001 (or FM 1001) is located entirely in Titus County.

FM 1001 begins at an intersection with US 67/Farm to Market Road 2348 just east of Mount Pleasant. The highway travels in a northeast direction and crosses I-30 before entering Argo. After leaving Argo, FM 1001 turns east and ends at an intersection with FM 1993/County Road 3425.

FM 1001 was designated on November 23, 1948, running from US 67 to Argo. The highway was extended to its current terminus at FM 1993 on October 29, 1953.

Junction list

The entire route is in Titus County.

LocationmikmDestinationsNotes
0.00.0   US 67 / FM 2348 south
1.32.1  I-30 – Dallas, TexarkanaI-30 exit 165
9.114.6  FM 1993
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1002Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1002
LocationUpshur County
Length15.823 mi[3] (25.465 km)
Existed1948[3]–present

Farm to Market Road 1002 (or FM 1002) is located entirely in Upshur County.

FM 1002 begins at an intersection with SH 155 north of Big Sandy. The highway intersects with SH 154 in Rhonesboro and ends at an intersection with FM 852 southeast of Winnsboro.

FM 1002 was designated on November 23, 1948, running from SH 155 northeast to Sandy Grove. The highway was extended further north to SH 154 in Rhonesboro on November 20, 1951. FM 1002 was extended 1.8 miles (2.9 km) north of SH 154 on November 25, 1975. The last change came on April 25, 1978, when the highway was extended to FM 852.

Junction list

The entire route is in Upshur County.

Locationmi[4]kmDestinationsNotes
0.00.0  SH 155 – Big Sandy, Gilmer
5.79.2  FM 1795 south – HawkinsSouth end of FM 1795 overlap
6.310.1  FM 1795 north – LatchNorth end of FM 1795 overlap
9.515.3  FM 49 east – Little MoundSouth end of FM 49 overlap
9.815.8  FM 49 west – Pine MillsNorth end of FM 49 overlap
Rhonesboro12.119.5  SH 154 – Quitman, Gilmer
15.925.6  FM 852
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1003Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1003
LocationHardin County
Length9.554 mi[5][nb 2] (15.376 km)
Existed1948[5]–present

Farm to Market Road 1003 (or FM 1003) is located entirely in Hardin County.

FM 1003 begins at an intersection with FM 770 near the Big Thicket National Preserve. The highway travels in a predominately northern direction before reaching Honey Island, where the road has a short overlap with FM 1293. After leaving Honey Island, FM 1003 runs in a northeast direction before ending at an intersection with US 69/US 287.

FM 1003 was designated on November 23, 1948, running from US 69 to FM 770. The highway's description was changed on September 1, 1972 to show a break at FM 1293 in Honey Island.

Junction list

The entire route is in Hardin County.

Locationmi[6]kmDestinationsNotes
0.00.0  FM 770 – Saratoga, Kountze
Honey Island4.77.6  FM 1293 west – ThicketSouth end of FM 1293 overlap
4.97.9  FM 1293 east – KountzeNorth end of FM 1293 overlap
7.912.7  FM 943 west – Livingston
9.715.6   US 69 / US 287 – Wildwood, Kountze
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1004Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1004
LocationJasper and Newton counties
Length22.123 mi[7][nb 3] (35.604 km)
Existed1948[7]–present

Farm to Market Road 1004 (or FM 1004) is located in Jasper and Newton counties.

FM 1004 begins at an intersection with US 96/SH 62 in Buna. The highway travels through rural areas of Jasper County. FM 1004 turns east at Jasper County Road 626 and has an overlap with US 96 near Call Junction. The highway enters Call just east of the Jasper-Newton county line. FM 1004 runs south of E.O. Siecke State Forest before ending at an intersection with SH 87.

FM 1004 was designated on November 23, 1948, running from US 96 at Call Junction east to SH 87 at Front Creek. The highway was extended westward, southward and southeastward to US 96 in Buna on October 28, 1953. Most of this extension absorbed part of the cancelled FM 1407.[8]

Junction list
CountyLocationmi[9]kmDestinationsNotes
JasperBuna0.00.0   
    US 96 / SH 62 south to Bus. US 96 – Kirbyville, Evadale
15.524.9  US 96 south – BunaSouth end of US 96 overlap
15.825.4  US 96 north – KirbyvilleNorth end of US 96 overlap
NewtonCall18.429.6  FM 1013 west – Kirbyville
22.235.7  FM 82 west – Kirbyville, E.O. Siecke State Forest
22.436.0  SH 87 – Newton, Orange
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1005Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1005
LocationJasper County
Length10.457 mi[10] (16.829 km)
Existed1948[10]–present

Farm to Market Road 1005 (or FM 1005) is located entirely in Jasper County.

FM 1005 begins at an intersection with FM 1013 northeast of Kirbyville. The highway travels through Magnolia Springs and intersects FM 252 northeast of town before ending at an intersection with US 96.

FM 1005 was designated on November 23, 1948, running from US 96 in Kirbyville southward 2.9 miles (4.7 km) toward Call. The highway was extended to FM 1004 at Call on November 23, 1949. FM 1005 was extended to a road intersection 5 miles (8.0 km) northwest of Kirbyville on May 23, 1951. Later that year on November 20, the highway was extended to US 96 at Zion Hill, absorbing all of the cancelled FM 1006. FM 1006 was reassigned to a road in Orange County. The last change came on December 1, 1958, when the section of FM 1005 from Mount Union to Call was transferred to FM 1013.

Junction list

The entire route is in Jasper County.

Locationmi[11]kmDestinationsNotes
0.00.0  FM 1013 – Spurger, Kirbyville
6.310.1  FM 252 – Jasper, Kirbyville
10.516.9  US 96 – Jasper, Kirbyville
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1006Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1006
LocationOrange County
Length6.491 mi[12] (10.446 km)
ExistedDecember 17, 1952[12]–present

Farm to Market Road 1006 (or FM 1006) is located entirely in Orange County.

FM 1006 begins at an intersection with SH 87 in southwestern Orange near Orange County Airport. The highway travels around the southern part of the town and turns north onto Bridge Street near the Sabine River (the Louisiana state line). FM 1006 travels north on Bridge Street before ending at an intersection with Bus. US 90.

The current FM 1006 was designated on December 17, 1952, running from SH 87 to US 90, absorbing Spur 171 in the process.[13]

Junction list

The entire route is in Orange, Orange County.

mi[14]kmDestinationsNotes
0.00.0  SH 87 – Bridge City, Orange
3.65.8  FM 2177 north – West Orange
6.510.5  
   Bus. US 90 (Green Avenue) to I-10
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


FM 1006 (1948)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1006
LocationJasper County
ExistedNovember 23, 1948–January 16, 1952

The first FM 1006 was designated on November 23, 1948, running from US 96 to Magnolia Springs. This highway was cancelled on January 16, 1952 with the mileage being transferred to FM 1005.[10][12]

FM 1007Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1007
LocationJasper County
Length6.444 mi[15] (10.371 km)
Existed1948[15]–present

Farm to Market Road 1007 (or FM 1007) is located entirely in Jasper County.

FM 1008Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1008
LocationLiberty County
Length17.25 mi[16] (27.76 km)
ExistedNovember 23, 1948[16]–present

Farm to Market Road 1008 (or FM 1008) is located entirely in Liberty County. It runs from SH 321 in Dayton via Kenefick to SH 321 north of Dayton.

FM 1008 was designated on November 23, 1948 from SH 321 in Dayton to a point 8.2 miles west. On January 25, 1950, the western terminus was relocated, absorbing a 0.3 mile section of FM 686. On November 20, 1951 the road was extended northeast 5.1 miles to Kenefick. On December 17, 1952 the road was extended northeast 0.8 mile from Kenefick. On November 23, 1953 a 2.4 mile section from 6 miles west of Dayton to FM 686 was transferred to FM 686 and the road was extended west 6.6 miles to a county road at Huffman and 1.1 miles north from Kenefick. On November 1, 1954 the road was extended another 4.1 miles north from Kenefick. On October 15, 1955 the road was extended north 5.5 miles to SH 321, 13 miles north of Dayton, replacing FM 164. On December 18, 1956 a 12.5 mile section from Huffman to SH 321 in Dayton was transferred to FM 1960.

FM 1009Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1009
LocationLiberty and Jefferson counties
Length7.701 mi[17] (12.394 km)
Existed1948[17]–present

Farm to Market Road 1009 (or FM 1009) is located in Liberty and Jefferson counties.

FM 1010Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1010
LocationLiberty County
Length9.59 mi[18] (15.43 km)
Existed1948[18]–present

Farm to Market Road 1010 (or FM 1010) is located entirely in Liberty County.

FM 1011Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1011
LocationLiberty County
Length7.134 mi[19] (11.481 km)
Existed1948[19]–present

Farm to Market Road 1011 (or FM 1011) is located entirely in Liberty County.

FM 1012Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1012
LocationNewton County
Length11.022 mi[20] (17.738 km)
Existed1948[20]–present

Farm to Market Road 1012 (or FM 1012) is located entirely in Newton County.

FM 1013Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1013
LocationTyler, Jasper and Newton counties
Length34.595 mi[21] (55.675 km)
Existed1948[21]–present

Farm to Market Road 1013 (or FM 1013) is located in Tyler, Jasper and Newton counties.

FM 1013 begins at an intersection with US 69/US 287 in the community of Hillister. The highway travels in a mostly eastern direction and intersects FM 92 in the town of Spurger. East of Spurger, FM 1013 crosses over the Nueces River and intersects with FM 1005 before entering the town of Kirbyville. In Kirbyville, the highway intersects FM 252 and briefly turns southeast before turning back east at Main Street. FM 1013 intersects US 96 and turns south onto Elizabeth Avenue and leaves town at FM 82. The highway travels in a mostly southern direction before ending at an intersection with FM 1004 in Call.

FM 1013 was designated on November 23, 1948, running from US 69 at Hillister to FM 92 at Spurger. The highway was extended to FM 1004 at Call on October 31, 1958, absorbing sections of FM 1005 and all of FM 2304.[22] The last change came on April 30, 1962, with the break at FM 92 being removed and FM 1013 being slightly re-routed through Spurger.

Junction list
CountyLocationmi[23]kmDestinationsNotes
TylerHillister0.00.0   US 69 / US 287 – Woodville, Kountze
Spurger13.321.4   FM 92 to US 190 – Silsbee
Jasper22.936.9  FM 1005 north – Magnolia Springs
Kirbyville30.549.1  FM 252 north (Herndon Street)
31.350.4  US 96 (Margaret Avenue) – Jasper, Buna
32.752.6  FM 82
NewtonCall34.655.7    FM 1004 to US 96 / SH 87
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1014Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1014
LocationTyler County
Length1.183 mi[24] (1.904 km)
Existed1948[24]–present

Farm to Market Road 1014 (or FM 1014) is located entirely in Tyler County.

FM 1015Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1015
LocationHidalgo County
Length30.106 mi[25] (48.451 km)
Existed1948[25]–present

Farm to Market Road 1015 (or FM 1015) is located entirely in Hidalgo County.

FM 1016Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1016
LocationHidalgo County
Length8.487 mi[26] (13.659 km)
Existed1948[26]–present

Farm to Market Road 1016 (or FM 1016) is located entirely in Hidalgo County. The highway is known locally as S. Conway Road in Mission and Military Highway in McAllen.

FM 1016 begins at I-2/US 83 in Mission, with Conway Road continuing into the city as SH 107. The highway travels in a southern direction and turns southeast near the Madero neighborhood, with the highway running in close proximity to the Rio Grande. FM 1016 turns east at FM 494 and runs through less developed areas of the city. The highway crosses FM 396 and enters McAllen after the intersection with Shary Road. Between FM 396 and Spur 115, FM 1016 runs through a heavily industrialized area with many business parks. The highway travels through a mainly rural area before ending at an intersection with SH 336.

FM 1016 was designated on November 23, 1948, running from US 83 in Mission to SH 336 south of McAllen as a redesignation of part of SH 107. A small section of the highway in McAllen was transferred to FM 1926 on June 10, 1952.[27] Part of FM 1016 in Mission was transferred to SH 107 on May 21, 1979.[28] The highway was relocated on January 26, 1983 between FM 494 and Spur 115. On December 18, 1986, FM 1016 was relocated west of Spur 115. The last change came on June 27, 1995 when all of FM 1016 was internally re-designated as Urban Road 1016 by TxDOT.[29]

The entire route is in Hidalgo County.

Locationmi[30]kmDestinationsNotes
Mission0.00.0    I-2 / US 83 (Expressway 83) / SH 107 north (Conway Avenue)I-2 exit 136
2.94.7  FM 494 south (Military Road) – La Lomita Mission
3.96.3  FM 396 (Anzalduas Highway) – Anzalduas International Bridge
McAllen7.512.1  Spur 115 (S. 23rd Street)
8.513.7  SH 336 (S. 10th Street)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1017Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1017
LocationJim Hogg, Starr and Hidalgo counties
Length76.088 mi[31][nb 4] (122.452 km)
Existed1948[31]–present

Farm to Market Road 1017 (or FM 1017) is located in Jim Hogg, Starr and Hidalgo counties.

FM 1017 begins at an intersection with US 281/SH 186 in San Manuel-Linn. The highway travels in a slight northwest direction through the town and intersects FM 3250 just west of the town. FM 1017 travels through La Reforma before entering San Isidro, intersecting FM 2294. The highway continues to run through rural areas before entering La Gloria, beginning an overlap with FM 755. After leaving FM 755, FM 1017 travels in a westward direction before turning towards the north at FM 2686. The highway travels in a mostly northern direction before ending at an intersection with SH 285 in Hebbronville.

FM 1017 was designated on November 23, 1948, running from US 281 to a point approximately 3 miles (4.8 km) to the west. The highway was extended further west and north to the Jim Hogg county line on November 30, 1949, replacing FM 1431 and FM 1429. running at total a distance of approximately 36.8 miles (59.2 km). FM 1017 was then extended to SH 285 near Hebbronville on November 20, 1951. On June 10, 1952, a section of FM 1017 was transferred to FM 755. There was a proposed extension of the highway to SH 359 on August 29, 1989, but this was cancelled as the court commissioner of Jim Hogg County did not accept the extension.

Junction list
CountyLocationmi[32]kmDestinationsNotes
HidalgoSan Manuel-Linn0.00.0     
    Future I-69C / US 281 / SH 186 east – Falfurrias, Edinburg, Raymondville
U.S. 281 is the future Interstate 69C
3.04.8  FM 3250 south
16.726.9  FM 681 south – McCook, Mission
StarrSan Isidro24.138.8  FM 2294 south – Delmita
La Gloria29.547.5  FM 755 north – FalfurriasSouth end of FM 755 overlap
29.948.1  FM 755 south – Rio Grande CityNorth end of FM 755 overlap
32.552.3   FM 2686 west to FM 649
Jim HoggHebbronville76.6123.3  SH 285 – Hebbronville, Falfurrias
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1018Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1018
LocationWillacy County
Length12.867 mi[33] (20.707 km)
Existed1948[33]–present

Farm to Market Road 1018 (or FM 1018) is located entirely in Willacy County.

FM 1019Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1019
LocationDimmit County
Length6.314 mi[34] (10.161 km)
Existed1948[34]–present

Farm to Market Road 1019 (or FM 1019) is located entirely in Dimmit County.

FM 1020Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1020
LocationKarnes County
Length5.021 mi[35] (8.081 km)
ExistedMay 23, 1951[35]–present

Farm to Market Road 1020 (or FM 1020) is located entirely in Karnes County.

FM 1020 (1948)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1020
LocationEdwards County
ExistedNovember 23, 1948–April 18, 1949

FM 1021Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1021
LocationMaverick County
Length31.766 mi[36] (51.122 km)
Existed1948[36]–present

Farm to Market Road 1021 (or FM 1021) is located entirely in Maverick County.

FM 1021 begins at an intersection with US 57 in Eagle Pass. The highway intersects with FM 375 and FM 3443 in the city. FM 1021 runs along the southern boundary of Las Quintas Fronterizas and crosses Loop 480 before running on the boundaries of Chula Vista and Rosita. After leaving the Eagle Pass area, the highway runs through mostly rural areas of the county before entering El Indio. FM 1021 ends south of El Indio with the road continuing as the unimproved Eagle Pass Road, which transitions into FM 1472 in Webb County.

FM 1021 was designated on November 23, 1948, running from SH 85 (which later became US 277) near Eagle Pass to El Indio. The highway's beginning was moved to SH 76 (now US 57) on April 21, 1949. FM 1021 was extended 8.0 miles (12.9 km) south of El Indio on July 15, 1949. The highway was extended another approximately 2.7 miles (4.3 km) on January 27, 1950 and was extended another 3.0 miles (4.8 km) to its current terminus on July 11, 1968.

Junction list

The entire route is in Maverick County.

Locationmi[37]kmDestinationsNotes
Eagle Pass0.00.0  US 57 (Garrison Street) – Carrizo Springs, Mexico
1.32.1  FM 375 north (Bibb Street) / Brown Street
2.23.5    FM 3443 north (Veterans Boulevard) to US 57 / US 277
3.96.3  Loop 490
Chula Vista6.09.7  FM 2030 east
Rosita7.512.1  FM 2030 west
12.119.5  FM 2356 south
El Indio18.529.8  FM 2644 west – Carrizo Springs
31.751.0Eagle Pass Road
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1022Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1022
LocationUvalde County
ExistedNovember 23, 1948–October 17, 1959

Farm to Market Road 1022 (or FM 1022) is a former highway that was located entirely in Uvalde County.

FM 1022 was designated on November 23, 1948, running from US 90 west of Uvalde to Blewett. The highway was extended to Dabney on November 20, 1951. The highway was cancelled on October 17, 1959 when it was re-designated as a ranch to market road.

RM 1022Edit

 

Ranch to Market Road 1022
LocationUvalde County
Length7.815 mi[38] (12.577 km)
ExistedOctober 17, 1959[38]–present

Ranch to Market Road 1022 (or RM 1022) is located entirely in Uvalde County.

RM 1022 begins at a dead end near the former mining community of Dabney. The highway travels in an east direction, with the highway forking northeast of the town, with the other section of RM 1022 traveling to the main entrance of the Vulcan Materials Company. The highway turns north and runs parallel to a rail line until passing in between the White Company Lake and the Uvalde Rock Asphalt Company Lake. RM 1022 runs by several ranches and rock quarries before ending at an intersection with US 90.

RM 1022 was designated on October 17, 1959 when FM 1022 was re-designated as a ranch to market road.

The entire route is in Uvalde County.

Locationmi[38]kmDestinationsNotes
Dabney0.00.0Road dead ends
7.81512.577  US 90 – Brackettville, Uvalde
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1023Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1023
LocationUvalde County
Length11.7 mi[39][nb 5] (18.8 km)
Existed1948[39]–present

Farm to Market Road 1023 (or FM 1023) is located entirely in Uvalde County.

FM 1023 begins at intersection with FM 1049/County Road 301 south of Knippa. The highway is signed as north-south despite running in a southwest/northeast direction for most of its length. FM 1023 enters Uvalde near Garner Field, where it intersects with FM 1574. FM 1023 runs along Garner Field Road and has a short overlap with US 90 before running on 4th Street. The highway runs along 4th Street in eastern Uvalde before ending at an intersection with FM 2369.

FM 1023 was designated on December 20, 1948, running from US 90 east of Uvalde to Garner Field. This section of highway was formerly a part of FM 187.[40] FM 1023 was extended north from US 90 to FM 2369 on May 22, 1959. this section was rerouted later, with the old route becoming FM 3447 on January 26, 1983. On May 6, 1964, FM 1023 extended north from Garner Field to US 90.[41] On October 15, 1965, the section between US 90 and Garner Field was renumbered FM 1574.[42] The highway was extended to County Road 302 on June 2, 1967. The last change came on July 11, 1968 when FM 1023 was extended to FM 1049.

Junction list

The entire route is in Uvalde County.

Locationmi[43]kmDestinationsNotes
0.00.0  FM 1049 north / County Road 301 – Knippa
Uvalde8.413.5  FM 1574 north (Ham Lane)
10.016.1  US 90 east (Main Street)South end of US 90 overlap
10.116.3  US 90 west (Main Street)North end of US 90 overlap
11.819.0  FM 2369 (Hacienda Road)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1024Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1024
LocationVal Verde County
ExistedNovember 23, 1948–October 17, 1959

Farm to Market Road 1024 (or FM 1024) is a former highway that was located entirely in Val Verde County.

FM 1024 was designated on November 23, 1948, running from US 90 near Comstock to a point northwestward at a distance of 7.9 miles (12.7 km). On July 15, 1949, FM 1024 extended northwestward 8 miles. On June 21, 1951, FM 1024 extended northwestward 6.5 miles (10.5 km). On January 23, 1953, FM 1024 extended northwest 5 miles (8.0 km). On October 29, 1953, FM 1024 extended northwest 1 mile. FM 1024 was decommissioned on October 17, 1959 when the FM 1024 designation was changed to RM 1024.

RM 1024Edit

 

Ranch to Market Road 1024
LocationVal Verde County
Length52.272 mi[44] (84.124 km)
ExistedOctober 17, 1959[44]–present

Ranch to Market Road 1024 (or RM 1024) is located entirely in Val Verde County.

RM 1024 begins at an intersection with US 90 near Comstock. The highway travels through highly rural areas and doesn't intersect any other highways for the rest of its length. RM 1024 ends at an intersection with Langtry Road/Pandale Road near the town of Pandale.

RM 1024 was designated on October 17, 1959 when FM 1024 was re-designated as a ranch to market road. RM 1024 was at the time 28.3 miles (45.5 km) long. On September 27, 1960, RM 1024 extended northwestward 4.8 miles (7.7 km). On May 2, 1962, RM 1024 extended northwest 4 miles (6.4 km). On May 5, 1966, RM 1024 extended northwest 7.7 miles (12.4 km). On June 2, 1967, RM 1024 extended westward 2 miles (3.2 km). On November 5, 1971, RM 1024 extended westward 5.9 miles (9.5 km) to its current terminus. The entire route is in Val Verde County.

Locationmi[44]kmDestinationsNotes
0.00.0  US 90 – Comstock, Sanderson
52.27284.124Langtry Road, Pandale Road – Pandale, Langtry, Ozona
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1025Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1025
LocationZavala County
Length19.525 mi[45] (31.422 km)
Existed1948[45]–present

Farm to Market Road 1025 (or FM 1025) is located entirely in Zavala County.

FM 1026Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1026
LocationColeman County
Length24.912 mi[46] (40.092 km)
Existed1948[46]–present

Farm to Market Road 1026 (or FM 1026) is located entirely in Coleman County.

FM 1027Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1027
LocationEastland County
Length13.329 mi[47] (21.451 km)
Existed1948[47]–present

Farm to Market Road 1027 (or FM 1027) is located entirely in Eastland County.

FM 1028Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1028
LocationMcCulloch County
Length10.56 mi[48] (16.99 km)
Existed1948[48]–present

Farm to Market Road 1028 (or FM 1028) is located entirely in McCulloch County.

FM 1029Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1029
LocationMills County
Length6.947 mi[49] (11.180 km)
Existed1948[49]–present

Farm to Market Road 1029 (or FM 1029) is located entirely in Mills County.

FM 1030Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1030
LocationSan Saba County
Length7.365 mi[50] (11.853 km)
Existed1948[50]–present

Farm to Market Road 1030 (or FM 1030) is located entirely in San Saba County.

FM 1031Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1031
LocationSan Saba County
Length9.73 mi[51] (15.66 km)
Existed1948[51]–present

Farm to Market Road 1031 (or FM 1031) is located entirely in San Saba County.

FM 1032Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1032
LocationStephens County
Length4.285 mi[52] (6.896 km)
Existed1948[52]–present

Farm to Market Road 1032 (or FM 1032) is located entirely in Stephens County. It originates from its eastern terminus at U.S. Highway 183 10.5 miles (16.9 km) south of Breckenridge and terminates at the western terminus where it intersects with Stephens County Roads 187 and 190.

FM 1032 was designated on November 23, 1948, on its current route.

FM 1033Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1033
LocationChildress and Cottle counties
Length16.529 mi[53] (26.601 km)
Existed1948[53]–present

Farm to Market Road 1033 (or FM 1033) is located in Childress and Cottle counties.

FM 1034Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1034
LocationChildress County
Length9.036 mi[54] (14.542 km)
Existed1948[54]–present

Farm to Market Road 1034 (or FM 1034) is located entirely in Childress County.

FM 1035Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1035
LocationCollingsworth County
Length5.087 mi[55] (8.187 km)
Existed1948[55]–present

Farm to Market Road 1035 (or FM 1035) is located entirely in Collingsworth County.

FM 1036Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1036
LocationCollingsworth County
Length7.966 mi[56] (12.820 km)
Existed1948[56]–present

Farm to Market Road 1036 (or FM 1036) is located entirely in Collingsworth County.

FM 1037Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1037
LocationCottle County
Length10.628 mi[57] (17.104 km)
Existed1948[57]–present

Farm to Market Road 1037 (FM 1037) is located entirely in Cottle County. The road begins at US 62/US 83 in Paducah, and continues west, then south, ending at County Road 230 in Cottle County north of Delwin.[57]

FM 1037 was designated on November 23, 1948 from US 70 east of Paducah west 0.7 miles (1.1 km) to end of pavement on Backus Avenue in Paducah. On September 21, 1955, another segment of FM 1037 was designated from US 83 west to US 70 west of Paducah. This created a gap in the route's mileage. On January 22, 1957, FM 1037 extended from the end of pavement on Backus Avenue to US 83. This closed the gap. On October 31, 1958, FM 1037 extended south 3.2 miles (5.1 km) from US 70 west of Paducah.[57]

FM 1038Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1038
LocationCottle County
Length17.228 mi[58] (27.726 km)
Existed1948[58]–present

Farm to Market Road 1038 (or FM 1038) is located entirely in Cottle County.

FM 1039Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1039
LocationFoard County
Length2.542 mi[59] (4.091 km)
Existed1948[59]–present

Farm to Market Road 1039 (or FM 1039) is located entirely in Foard County.

FM 1040Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1040
LocationLive Oak County
Length1.145 mi[60] (1.843 km)
ExistedMay 23, 1951[60]–present

Farm to Market Road 1040 (or FM 1040) is located entirely in Live Oak County.

FM 1040 (1948)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1040
LocationFoard County
ExistedNovember 23, 1948–April 20, 1949

FM 1041Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1041
LocationHall County
Length17.349 mi[61] (27.921 km)
Existed1948[61]–present

Farm to Market Road 1041 (or FM 1041) is located entirely in Hall County.

FM 1042Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1042
LocationLive Oak County
Length8.687 mi[62] (13.980 km)
ExistedMay 23, 1951[62]–present

Farm to Market Road 1042 (or FM 1042) is located entirely in Live Oak County.

FM 1042 (1948)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1042
LocationHall County
ExistedNovember 23, 1948–May 26, 1949

The original FM 1042 was designated on November 23, 1949. Six months later FM 1042 was cancelled in lieu of extending FM 656.

FM 1043Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1043
LocationKnox County
Length2.431 mi[63] (3.912 km)
Existed1948[63]–present

Farm to Market Road 1043 (or FM 1043) is located entirely in Knox County.

FM 1044Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1044
LocationComal and Guadalupe counties
Length7.787 mi[64] (12.532 km)
ExistedOctober 28, 1953[64]–present

FM 1044 (1948)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1044
LocationKnox County
ExistedNovember 23, 1948–November 16, 1953

FM 1045Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1045
LocationMotley County
Length6.903 mi[65] (11.109 km)
Existed1948[65]–present

Farm to Market Road 1045 (or FM 1045) is located entirely in Motley County.

FM 1046Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1046
LocationWheeler County
Length20.667 mi[66] (33.260 km)
Existed1948[66]–present

Farm to Market Road 1046 (or FM 1046) is located entirely in Wheeler County.

FM 1047Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1047
LocationHamilton, Mills and Lampasas counties
Length21.015 mi[67] (33.820 km)
Existed1948[67]–present

Farm to Market Road 1047 (or FM 1047) is located in Hamilton, Mills and Lampasas counties.

FM 1047 begins at an intersection with FM 581 about 7 miles (11 km) northeast of Lometa. The highway travels through mostly rural areas and intersects US 84 near Star. FM 1047 then crosses the Lampasas River before ending at an intersection with FM 2005 southwest of Hamilton.

FM 1047 was designated on November 23, 1948, running from FM 581 to Lampasas County Road 120. On May 23, 1951, the highway was extended to the Mills county line. FM 1047 was extended to US 84 in Star on November 20, 1951, replacing Spur 183. The last change came on May 2, 1962, when the highway was extended to its current terminus at FM 2005, absorbing FM 2707 in the process.[68]

Junction list
CountyLocationmi[69]kmDestinationsNotes
Lampasas0.00.0  FM 581 – Lometa, Adamsville
6.310.1  FM 572 west – Goldthwaite
MillsStar12.920.8  US 84 – Goldthwaite, Gatesville
Hamilton21.033.8  FM 2005 – Goldthwaite, Hamilton
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1048Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1048
LocationFalls County
Length5.206 mi[70] (8.378 km)
Existed1948[70]–present

Farm to Market Road 1048 (or FM 1048) is located entirely in Falls County.

FM 1049Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1049
LocationUvalde County
Length13.885 mi[71] (22.346 km)
Existed1948[71]–present

Farm to Market Road 1049 (or FM 1049) is located entirely in Uvalde County.

FM 1050Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1050
LocationUvalde County
ExistedNovember 23, 1948–October 17, 1959

Farm to Market Road 1050 (or FM 1050) is a former highway that was located in Uvalde County.

FM 1050 was designated on November 23, 1948, running from RM 187 in Utopia to US 83. The FM 1050 designated was removed on October 17, 1959 when the highway was re-designated as RM 1050.

RM 1050Edit

 

Ranch to Market Road 1050
LocationUvalde County
Length14.71 mi[72] (23.67 km)
ExistedOctober 17, 1959[72]–present

Ranch to Market Road 1050 (or RM 1050) is located entirely in Uvalde County.

RM 1050 begins at an intersection with US 83 near Garner State Park. The highway travels in an eastern direction along the park's northern boundary before intersecting RM 2748. RM 1050 travels through hilly terrain of the Texas Hill Country before entering Utopia, ending at an intersection with RM 187.

RM 1050 was designated on October 17, 1959 when FM 1050 was re-designated as a ranch to market road.

Junction list

The entire route is in Uvalde County.

Locationmi[73]kmDestinationsNotes
0.00.0  US 83 – Uvalde, Leakey
1.11.8  RM 2748 north – Rio Frio
Utopia14.723.7  RM 187 (Main Street) – Vanderpool, Sabinal
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1051Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1051
LocationUvalde County
Length11.073 mi[74] (17.820 km)
Existed1948[74]–present

Farm to Market Road 1051 (or FM 1051) is located entirely in Uvalde County.

FM 1052Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1052
LocationUvalde County
Length4.453 mi[75] (7.166 km)
Existed1948[75]–present

Farm to Market Road 1052 (or FM 1052) is located entirely in Uvalde County.

FM 1053Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1053
LocationEctor, Crane and Pecos counties
Length59.378 mi[76] (95.560 km)
Existed1948[76]–present

FM 1054Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1054
LocationLynn and Borden counties
Length55.087 mi[77] (88.654 km)
Existed1948[77]–present

Farm to Market Road 1054 (or FM 1054) is located in Lynn and Borden counties.

FM 1055Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1055
LocationDeaf Smith, Castro and Lamb counties
Length53.871 mi[78] (86.697 km)
Existed1948[78]–present

Farm to Market Road 1055 (or FM 1055) is located in Deaf Smith, Castro and Lamb counties.

FM 1056Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1056
LocationCollingsworth County
Length7.889 mi[79] (12.696 km)
ExistedMay 23, 1951[79]–present

Farm to Market Road 1056 (or FM 1056) is located entirely in Collingsworth County.

FM 1056 (1948)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1056
LocationCastro County
ExistedDecember 16, 1948–July 5, 1951

FM 1057Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1057
LocationDeaf Smith and Castro counties
Length37.307 mi[80] (60.040 km)
Existed1948[80]–present

Farm to Market Road 1057 (or FM 1057) is located in Deaf Smith and Castro counties.

FM 1058Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1058
LocationCastro County
Length36.322 mi[81] (58.455 km)
Existed1948[81]–present

Farm to Market Road 1058 (or FM 1058) is located entirely in Castro County.

FM 1059Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1059
LocationHutchinson and Carson counties
Length7.76 mi[82] (12.49 km)
Existed1948[82]–present

Farm to Market Road 1059 (or FM 1059) is located in Hutchinson and Carson counties.

FM 1060Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1060
LocationSherman and Moore counties
Length20.697 mi[83] (33.309 km)
Existed1948[83]–present

Farm to Market Road 1060 (or FM 1060) is located in Sherman and Moore counties.

FM 1061Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1061
LocationPotter County
ExistedDecember 16, 1948–September 21, 1955

Farm to Market Road 1061 (or FM 1061) is a former highway that was located in Potter County.

FM 1061 was designated on December 16, 1948, running from US 66 (currently BL I-40) in Amarillo to a road intersection at a distance of approximately 10.2 miles (16.4 km). The highway was cancelled on September 21, 1955 when FM 1061 was re-designated as RM 1061.

RM 1061Edit

 

Ranch to Market Road 1061
LocationPotter and Oldham counties
Length33.561 mi[84] (54.011 km)
ExistedSeptember 21, 1955[84]–present

Ranch to Market Road 1061 (or RM 1061) is located in Potter and Oldham counties.

RM 1061 begins at an intersection with BL I-40 in Amarillo. The highway is known locally as Tascosa Road and runs northwest through the city, passing several subdivisions. RM 1061 leaves the city before having an interchange with Loop 335. The highway travels in a northwestern direction and turns to the west at Melfrank Road. RM 1061 runs along the southern boundary of Bishop Hills and turns back to the northwest near Ranch Road. After passing Ranch View Drive the highway runs through mainly rural areas of the county. RM 1061 intersects with RM 2381 north of Bushland. The highway runs through rural areas before ending at an intersection with US 385 in Tascosa.

RM 1061 was designated on September 21, 1955 when FM 1061 was re-designated as a ranch road. On the same day, the road was extended northwest to a point near Ady. RM 1061 was extended to Tascosa at SH 51 on November 21, 1956 (which became US 385 in 1959[85]). The last change came on June 27, 1995 when the section of RM 1061 between BL I-40 and Loop 335 was internally re-designated as Urban Road 1061 by TxDOT.[86]

Junction list
CountyLocationmi[87]kmDestinationsNotes
PotterAmarillo0.00.0  BL I-40 (Amarillo Boulevard)
2.94.7  Loop 335Interchange
10.116.3  RM 2381 south – Bushland
OldhamTascosa33.553.9  US 385 – Vega, Boys Ranch
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1062Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1062
LocationDeaf Smith and Randall counties
Length23.375 mi[88] (37.618 km)
Existed1948[88]–present

Farm to Market Road 1062 (or FM 1062) is located in Deaf Smith and Randall counties.

FM 1063Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1063
LocationWilliamson County
Length5.761 mi[89] (9.271 km)
ExistedJuly 27, 1964[89]–present

Farm to Market Road 1063 (or FM 1063) is located entirely in Williamson County.

FM 1063 (1948)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1063
LocationCrosby County
ExistedDecember 16, 1948–November 1, 1960

FM 1064Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1064
LocationDawson County
Length3.834 mi[90] (6.170 km)
Existed1948[90]–present

Farm to Market Road 1064 (or FM 1064) is located entirely in Dawson County.

FM 1065Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1065
LocationBriscoe and Floyd counties
Length13.782 mi[91] (22.180 km)
Existed1948[91]–present

Farm to Market Road 1065 (or FM 1065) is located in Briscoe and Floyd counties.

FM 1066Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1066
LocationGaines and Dawson counties
Length24.272 mi[92] (39.062 km)
Existed1948[92]–present

Farm to Market Road 1066 (or FM 1066) is located in Gaines and Dawson counties.

FM 1067Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1067
LocationGaines County
Length4.052 mi[93] (6.521 km)
Existed1948[93]–present

Farm to Market Road 1067 (or FM 1067) is located entirely in Gaines County.

FM 1068Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1068
LocationSan Patricio County
Length3.487 mi[94] (5.612 km)
ExistedOctober 31, 1958[94]–present

Farm to Market Road 1068 (or FM 1068) is located entirely in San Patricio County.

FM 1068 (1948)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1068
LocationGarza County
ExistedDecember 16, 1948–March 19, 1949

FM 1068 (1951)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1068
LocationSan Patricio County
ExistedMay 23, 1951–March 24, 1958

FM 1069Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1069
LocationAransas and San Patricio counties
Length21.088 mi[95] (33.938 km)
ExistedMay 23, 1951[95]–present

Farm to Market Road 1069 (or FM 1069) is located in Aransas and San Patricio counties. It runs from Business SH 35-L in Rockport to Redfish Bay at Port Ingelside.

FM 1069 was designated on May 23, 1951 from SH 35, 2 miles (3.2 km) west of Aransas Pass, north to the Aransas County line. On September 19, 1951 the road was extended northeast 3.2 miles (5.1 km) to FM 881. On October 29, 1953 the road was extended southwest 9.7 miles (15.6 km) to FM 632 (now SH 361) at Ingleside and then onto Redfish Bay, creating a gap at FM 632 and replacing FM 2094. On November 24, 1959 the road was extended southeast 2.5 miles (4.0 km) to SH 35. On January 1, 1966 the gap at Ingelside was removed following a rerouting of FM 632. On December 22, 1992 a 1.1 miles (1.8 km) section from FM 881 to the then-new location of SH 35 was transferred to SH 188. On August 18, 1993 a 1.8 miles (2.9 km) section from then-new SH 35 to existing SH 35 was transferred to SH 188, while FM 1069 was rerouted over FM 881 to Business SH 35-L. On April 3, 2006 a section of FM 1069 in Rockport was redesignated as Loop 70.

FM 1069 (1948)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1069
LocationHale County
ExistedDecember 16, 1948–April 4, 1949

The original FM 1069 was designated on December 16, 1948 from US 70, 2 miles (3.2 km) west of Halfway, south 9 miles (14 km) to a road intersection. Four months later FM 1069 was cancelled and became a portion of FM 594 (now FM 179).

FM 1070Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1070
LocationHale County
Length0.996 mi[96] (1.603 km)
Existed1948[96]–present

Farm to Market Road 1070 (or FM 1070) is located entirely in Hale County.

FM 1071Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1071
LocationHale and Lamb counties
Length16.261 mi[97] (26.170 km)
Existed1948[97]–present

Farm to Market Road 1071 (or FM 1071) is located in Hale and Lamb counties.

FM 1072Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1072
LocationLamb County
Length23.483 mi[98] (37.792 km)
Existed1948[98]–present

Farm to Market Road 1072 (or FM 1072) is located entirely in Lamb County.

FM 1073Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1073
LocationFreestone County
Length0.908 mi[99] (1.461 km)
ExistedAugust 23, 1968[99]–present

Farm to Market Road 1073 (or FM 1073) is located entirely in Freestone County.

FM 1073 (1948)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1073
LocationLubbock and Lynn counties
ExistedDecember 16, 1948–August 20, 1964

FM 1074Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1074
LocationSan Patricio County
Length12.604 mi[100] (20.284 km)
ExistedMay 23, 1951[100]–present

Farm to Market Road 1074 (or FM 1074) is located entirely in San Patricio County.

FM 1074 (1948)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1074
LocationLynn County
ExistedDecember 16, 1948–March 19, 1949

FM 1075Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1075
LocationCastro, Swisher, Randall and Armstrong counties
Length38.224 mi[101] (61.516 km)
Existed1948[101]–present

Farm to Market Road 1075 (or FM 1075) is located in Castro, Swisher, Randall and Armstrong counties.

FM 1076Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1076
LocationTerry County
Length5.982 mi[102] (9.627 km)
Existed1948[102]–present

Farm to Market Road 1076 (or FM 1076) is located entirely in Terry County.

FM 1077Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1077
LocationYoakum County
ExistedDecember 16, 1948–September 26, 1963

Farm to Market Road 1077 (or FM 1077) is a former highway that was located in Yoakum County.

FM 1077 was designated on December 16, 1948, running from the New Mexico state line to US 380 in Plains. The highway was cancelled on September 26, 1963, with the mileage being transferred to US 82.

RM 1077Edit

 

Ranch to Market Road 1077
LocationBandera County
Length8.087 mi[103] (13.015 km)
ExistedJune 2, 1967[103]–present

Ranch to Market Road 1077 (or RM 1077) is located entirely in Bandera County.

RM 1077 begins at Bandera Creek Road approximately 1.4 miles (2.3 km) northeast of the Hill Country State Natural Area. The highway travels in a northeast direction for most of its length before ending at an intersection with SH 173 just south of Bandera.

RM 1077 was designated on June 2, 1967, running from FM 689 to a point southwest at a distance of about 4.5 miles (7.2 km). The highway was extended another 3.7 miles (6.0 km) on July 11, 1968. An extension of RM 1077 to the Hill Country SNA was proposed on August 28, 1989, but was cancelled on September 25, 2003, as the county could not secure right of way.

Junction list

The entire route is in Bandera County.

Locationmi[104]kmDestinationsNotes
0.00.0Bandera Creek Road
8.113.0  SH 173 – Bandera, Hondo
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1078Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1078
LocationOrange County
Length3.224 mi[105] (5.189 km)
ExistedApril 27, 1955[105]–present

Farm to Market Road 1078 (or FM 1078) is located entirely in Orange County.

FM 1078 (1948)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1078
LocationCallahan County
ExistedDecember 16, 1948–July 11, 1951

FM 1078 (1951)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1078
LocationHays County
ExistedJuly 25, 1951–October 27, 1952

FM 1078 (1952)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1078
LocationDenton County
ExistedDecember 17, 1952–January 6, 1955

FM 1079Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1079
LocationCallahan County
Length0.597 mi[106] (0.961 km)
ExistedSeptember 5, 1951[106]–present

Farm to Market Road 1079 (or FM 1079) is located entirely in Callahan County.

FM 1079 (1948)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1079
LocationCallahan County
ExistedDecember 16, 1948–September 5, 1951

FM 1080Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1080
LocationHaskell County
Length5.42 mi[107] (8.72 km)
Existed1948[107]–present

Farm to Market Road 1080 (or FM 1080) is located entirely in Haskell County.

FM 1081Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1081
LocationDickens and Kent counties
Length23.934 mi[108] (38.518 km)
ExistedJanuary 22, 1957[108]–present

Farm to Market Road 1081 (or FM 1081) is located in Dickens and Kent counties.

FM 1081 (1948)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1081
LocationHaskell County
ExistedDecember 16, 1948–August 5, 1955

FM 1082Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1082
LocationJones and Taylor counties
Length19.39 mi[109] (31.21 km)
Existed1948[109]–present

Farm to Market Road 1082 (or FM 1082) is located in Jones and Taylor counties.

FM 1083Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1083
LocationKent County
Length7.7 mi[110] (12.4 km)
Existed1948[110]–present

Farm to Market Road 1083 (or FM 1083) is located entirely in Kent County.

FM 1084Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1084
LocationShackelford County
Length6.958 mi[111] (11.198 km)
Existed1948[111]–present

Farm to Market Road 1084 (or FM 1084) is located entirely in Shackelford County.

FM 1085Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1085
LocationFisher, Jones and Taylor counties
Length34.905 mi[112] (56.174 km)
Existed1948[112]–present

Farm to Market Road 1085 (or FM 1085) is located in Fisher, Jones and Taylor counties.

FM 1086Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1086
LocationTaylor County
Length16.927 mi[113] (27.241 km)
Existed1948[113]–present

Farm to Market Road 1086 (or FM 1086) is located entirely in Taylor County.

FM 1087Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1087
LocationNacogdoches County
Length10.944 mi[114] (17.613 km)
Existed1948[114]–present

Farm to Market Road 1087 (or FM 1087) is located entirely in Nacogdoches County.

FM 1088Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1088
LocationHudspeth County
Length0.71 mi[115] (1.14 km)
ExistedSeptember 5, 1973[115]–present

FM 1088 (1948)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1088
LocationAustin County
ExistedDecember 16, 1948–December 7, 1972

The original FM 1088 was designated on December 16, 1948 from SH 36, 1 mile west of Peters, to Cat Spring. On September 21, 1955 the road was extended 2 miles (3.2 km) southwest to the San Bernard River at the Colorado County line. FM 1088 was cancelled on December 7, 1972 and became a portion of FM 949.

FM 1089Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1089
LocationSmith and Cherokee counties
Length0.879 mi[116] (1.415 km)
ExistedOctober 25, 1969[116]–present

Farm to Market Road 1089 (or FM 1089) is located in Smith and Cherokee counties.

FM 1089 (1948)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1089
LocationBrazoria County
ExistedDecember 16, 1948–June 9, 1958

The original FM 1089 was designated on December 16, 1948 from SH 35 at Old Ocean north to West Columbia/Pledger Road (later FM 1301). FM 1089 was cancelled on June 9, 1958 and became a portion of FM 524.

FM 1090Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1090
LocationVictoria and Calhoun counties
Length17.707 mi[117] (28.497 km)
ExistedAugust 23, 1955[117]–present

Farm to Market Road 1090 (or FM 1090) is located in Victoria and Calhoun counties.

FM 1090 (1948)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1090
LocationMatagorda and Brazoria counties
ExistedDecember 16, 1948–January 16, 1953

The original FM 1090 was designated on December 16, 1948 from FM 524 at Four Corners southwest to FM 457 at Cedar Lane. FM 1090 was cancelled on January 16, 1953 and transferred to FM 521.

FM 1091Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1091
LocationLive Oak County
Length1.981 mi[118] (3.188 km)
ExistedMay 23, 1951[118]–present

Farm to Market Road 1091 (or FM 1091) is located entirely in Live Oak County.

FM 1091 (1948)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1091
LocationBrazoria County
ExistedDecember 16, 1948–July 22, 1949

The original FM 1091 was designated on December 16, 1948 from SH 35 in Angleton to the north end of the Bastrop Bayou Bridge. Seven months later FM 1091 was cancelled and became a portion of FM 523.

FM 1092Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1092
LocationHarris and Fort Bend counties
Length5.977 mi[119] (9.619 km)
ExistedDecember 16, 1948[119]–present

Farm to Market Road 1092 is located in Harris and Fort Bend counties. Known locally as Murphy Road, it runs from SH 6 at Missouri City north to US 59/IH 69 in Houston.

FM 1092 was designated on December 16, 1948 from US 59 (now US 90A) at Stafford south to SH 6. On September 20, 1961 the road was extended north 2.5 miles (4.0 km) to the then-proposed new US 59 (now dual signed US 59/IH 69). On June 30, 1995 the entire route was transferred to UR 1092.

FM 1093Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1093
LocationColorado, Wharton, Austin, Fort Bend and Harris counties
Length50.476 mi[120] (81.233 km)
ExistedDecember 16, 1948[120]–present

Farm to Market Road 1093 is located in Colorado, Wharton, Austin, Fort Bend and Harris counties. It runs from FM 3013 in Eagle Lake to IH 610 in Houston.

FM 1093 was designated on December 16, 1948 from FM 359 at Flewellen via Gaston to Post Oak Road west of Houston. On July 9, 1951 the road was extended west 11.8 miles (19.0 km) to SH 36 at Wallis, replacing FM 1094 and creating a concurrency with FM 359. On September 29, 1954 the road was extended 11.2 miles (18.0 km) west to US 90A at Eagle Lake, replacing FM 1597 and creating a concurrency with SH 36. On July 11, 1962 the road was extended 0.2 mile east to IH 610. On January 25,1971 the road was shortened to end at FM 3013, as a 0.6 miles (0.97 km) section from US 90A to FM 3013 was transferred to FM 3013. On June 30, 1995 the SH 99-IH 610 section was transferred to UR 1093.

FM 1094Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1094
LocationAustin County
Length22.226 mi[121] (35.769 km)
ExistedJuly 25, 1951[121]–present

Farm to Market Road 1094 (or FM 1094) is located entirely in Austin County. It runs from FM 109 at New Ulm southeast to SH 36 at Sealy.

FM 1094 was designated on July 25, 1951 from FM 109 at New Ulm to a point 8.6 miles (13.8 km) east. On November 20, 1951 the road was extended 3.1 miles (5.0 km) to FM 1088 (now FM 949). On September 29, 1954 the road was extended 11.4 miles (18.3 km) to SH 36 at Sealy, replacing FM 2142.

FM 1094 (1948)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1094
LocationAustin and Fort Bend counties
ExistedDecember 16, 1948–July 9, 1951

The original FM 1094 was designated on December 16, 1948 from FM 359 at Fulshear to Simonton. On July 22, 1949 the road was extended southwest 6.9 miles (11.1 km) to SH 36 at Wallis. FM 1094 was cancelled on July 9, 1951 and became a portion of FM 1093.

FM 1095Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1095
LocationMatagorda County
Length15.516 mi[122] (24.971 km)
Existed1948[122]–present

Farm to Market Road 1095 (or FM 1095) is located entirely in Matagorda County.

FM 1095 was designated on December 16, 1948, from SH 35, 5 miles (8.0 km) east of Blessing southward 11.5 miles (18.5 km) to a road intersection west of Citrus Grove. On July 22, 1949, FM 1095 extended south and west 4.8 miles (7.7 km) to Collegeport.

FM 1096Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1096
LocationWharton County
Length7.272 mi[123] (11.703 km)
ExistedJuly 28, 1955[123]–present

FM 1096 (1948)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1096
LocationMatagorda County
ExistedDecember 16, 1948–October 15, 1954

The original FM 1096 was designated on December 16, 1948 from SH 60 at Wadsworth west to a county road. FM 1096 was cancelled on October 15, 1954 and became a portion of FM 521.

FM 1097Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1097
LocationWalker and Montgomery counties
Length30.222 mi[124] (48.638 km)
Existed1948[124]–present
 
FM 1097 crosses Lake Conroe on the Rotary Friendship Bridge

Farm to Market Road 1097 (FM 1097) is a state highway in the U.S. State of Texas. FM 1097 originally began at FM 149 in Montgomery, Texas, and ends nearly 30 miles (48 km) away at State Highway 150 (SH 150).[124] Most of the road has only two lanes each direction. The speed limit ranges from 60 mph (97 km/h) to 35 mph (56 km/h). There are very few traffic lights on the highway.

FM 1097 was first designated on December 16, 1948. The highway traveled from an intersection with FM 149 north of Montgomery along its present route to an intersection with U.S. Route 75 in Willis. On July 22 of the next year, the designation was extended 8.9 miles (14.3 km) to the Walker County border. The road was extended 1.2 miles (1.9 km) eastward, to the highway's present eastern terminus, on November 20, 1951. On May 2, 1962, the highway was extended 6.9 miles (11.1 km) northwestward to its present northern terminus.[124]

Major junctions
CountyLocationmi[125]kmDestinationsNotes
Montgomery0.0000.000CR 3142 (Johnson Road)Western terminus
6.24310.047  FM 149 (North Liberty Street)Northern terminus of FM 149 concurrency
Montgomery6.74410.853  FM 149 (North Liberty Street)Southern terminus of FM 149 concurrency
Lake Conroe13.206–
14.471
21.253–
23.289
Rotary Friendship Bridge
Willis20.471–
20.513
32.945–
33.012
  I-45Exit 94 on I-45
21.274–
21.349
34.237–
34.358
  SH 75 (Danville Street)Short concurrency through central Willis
Walker30.22248.638  SH 150Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1098Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1098
LocationWaller County
Length4.389 mi[126] (7.063 km)
ExistedDecember 16, 1948[126]–present

Farm to Market Road 1098 (or FM 1098) is located entirely in Waller County. It runs from FM 1488 northeast of Hempstead south to US 290 in Prairie View.

FM 1098 was designated on December 16, 1948 from Spur 96 (former SH 244) at Prairie View College north 9.7 miles (15.6 km) to a road intersection. On June 8, 1949 the route was shortened 1.7 miles (2.7 km) to end at a county road intersection at Field's Store School. On July 9, 1951 the road was extended to US 290 southeast of Hempstead, replacing a portion of Spur 96. On November 20, 1951 the road was extended 6.3 miles (10.1 km) north to the Grimes County line. On January 16, 1953 a 12.3 mile section of FM 1098 was transferred to FM 362 and FM 1488, while a loop connection of FM 1098 was added around Prairie View College, replacing Loop 96. On October 15, 1976 the road was rerouted around the west side of Prairie View A & M College over the loop connection and the section through campus was removed from the highway system.

FM 1099Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 1099
LocationAtascosa County
Length7.67 mi[127] (12.34 km)
Existed1948[127]–present

Farm to Market Road 1099 (or FM 1099) is located entirely in Atascosa County.

NotesEdit

  1. ^ The certified length given is shorter than the actual mileage, as the TxDOT description of FM 1001 considers it to be discontinuous at rather than concurrent with the I-30 frontage road.
  2. ^ The certified length given is shorter than the actual mileage, as the TxDOT description of FM 1003 considers it to be discontinuous at rather than concurrent with FM 1293.
  3. ^ The certified length given is shorter than the actual mileage, as the TxDOT description of FM 1004 considers it to be discontinuous at rather than concurrent with US 96.
  4. ^ The certified length given is shorter than the actual mileage, as the TxDOT description of FM 1017 considers it to be discontinuous at rather than concurrent with FM 755.
  5. ^ The certified length given is shorter than the actual mileage, as the TxDOT description of FM 1023 considers it to be discontinuous at rather than concurrent with US 90.

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