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List of Farm to Market Roads in Texas (100–199)

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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 100Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 100
LocationFannin County
Length17.440 mi[1][nb 1] (28.067 km)
Existed1944[1]–present

Farm to Market Road 100 is located in Fannin County.

FM 100 begins at an intersection with SH 56 in Honey Grove. The highway travels in a northern direction through the town along 5th Street, turning west then back north near Oakwood Cemetery, leaving Honey Grove just north of US 82; the section of FM 100 between SH 56 and US 82 is overlapped with SH 34. North of Honey Grove, FM 100 travels near the eastern edge of Caddo National Grassland and Lake Crockett. The highway ends at County Road 2180, where the designation becomes FM 79.

FM 100 was designated on May 18, 1944, from Honey Grove north to Monkstown. On July 25, 1951, it was extended north to its current northern terminus. This was part of SH 34 before 1939.

Junction list

The entire route is in Fannin County.

Locationmi[2]kmDestinationsNotes
Honey Grove0.00.0   SH 34 south / SH 56 – Ladonia, Bonham, ParisSouth end of SH 34 overlap
1.11.8   US 82 / SH 34 – Bonham, ParisUS 82 exit 686; north end of SH 34 overlap
Sash10.416.7  FM 2216 east – Tigertown
10.917.5  FM 409 west – Lake Crockett, Coffee Mill Lake
Monkstown14.924.0  FM 273 west – Telephone
Riverby18.429.6  FM 79 east
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 101Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 101
LocationEastland County
Length8.397 mi[3] (13.514 km)
Existed1944[3]–present

Farm to Market Road 101 is located in Eastland County. The road begins at SH 112 in Morton Valley and continues eastward to Loop 254 in Ranger. FM 101 was designated on May 18, 1944, on the current route.

Junction list

The entire route is in Eastland County.

Locationmi[4]kmDestinationsNotes
Morton Valley0.00.0  SH 112 – Eastland
1.72.7  FM 1852 north
Ranger8.213.2  FM 717 north (Austin Street) – Caddo
8.413.5  Loop 254 – Weatherford, Eastland
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 102Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 102
LocationColorado and Wharton counties
Length38.845 mi[5] (62.515 km)
Existed1944[5]–present

FM 103Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 103
LocationMontague County
Length19.975 mi[6] (32.147 km)
Existed1944[6]–present

Farm to Market Road 103 connects the farming areas of northern Montague County including Spanish Fort, Rowland, Red River Station, and Prairie Valley to Nocona. FM 103 also intersects FM 1956 leading to Capps Corner, Texas, FM 2634 leading to Lake Nocona, and other various county secondary roads.

An unpaved road along the same right-of-way was used since white settlers began traveling south to Nocona in the late 19th century. Nocona became the economic hub of northern Montague County by the turn of the 20th century, and improved roads were needed to move goods (particularly cotton, oil, and cattle) to the railroad from the numerous areas of northern Montague County. FM 103 was designated on May 18, 1944, from Nocona northward 9.5 miles. The route was extended to Spanish Fort on November 23, 1948. On December 20, 1988, it was extended to the intersection with FM 2953. In 1996, the spur connection was added.

Spanish Fort spurEdit

Farm to Market Spur 103 is a 0.335-mile-long (0.539 km) spur route of FM 103, located within the unincorporated community of Spanish Fort. The spur connects the eastern area of Spanish Fort to FM 103.[7]

FM 104Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 104
LocationHardeman and Cottle counties
Length39.937 mi[8] (64.272 km)
Existed1944[8]–present

Farm to Market Road 104 serves Cottle and Hardeman counties. The road begins east of Paducah in Cottle County from US 70 and continues north, then east, eventually entering Hardeman County. The road ends later on at Quanah at TX 6. The road was designated on May 18, 1944, on its current route. It has not changed since.

FM 105Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 105
LocationJasper and Orange counties
Length37.098 mi[9] (59.703 km)
ExistedMay 18, 1944[9]–present

Farm to Market Road 105 is located in Jasper and Orange counties. The road runs from US 96 to FM 1006.

FM 105 was designated on May 18, 1944, from Vidor north to the Jasper County Line. On October 25, 1947, it extended north to Evadale. On December 16, 1948, the road was extended east to Orangefield at FM 408 and FM 409. On December 17, 1952, the road was extended east to SH 87, replacing FM 409. On December 19, 1962, the road was extended north over old US 96 to the new location of US 96. On August 15, 1965, the road was extended east and south to FM 1006.

FM 106Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 106
LocationCameron County
Length14.829 mi[10] (23.865 km)
ExistedJune 22, 1944[10]–present

Farm to Market Road 106 is located in Cameron County. It runs from Loop 499 to FM 510.

FM 106 was designated on June 22, 1944, from Harlingen to Rio Hondo. On July 3, 1945, the road was extended east and north to the Arroyo Colorado. On December 10, 1946, the eastern terminus was shorted to 1.8 miles south of Arroyo Colorado for unknown reasons. On July 1, 1959, the section from FM 507 south to US 77 was transferred to FM 507, the section from FM 507 east to Harlingen Air Force Base Access Road was cancelled, and the section from Harlingen Air Force Base Access Road east to FM 1595 was transferred to FM 1595, while FM 106 was routed over FM 1595. On November 10, 1967, the road was extended to FM 1847, replacing a section of FM 803 and a section of FM 2358 (which was decommissioned as the other section was transferred to FM 1847); a section of FM 106 from FM 803 north 5 miles was transferred to FM 2925. On August 4, 1988, the section from Loop 448 (former US 77, now BU 77X) to Loop 499 was transferred to Spur 206. On August 29, 1989, the road was extended east and south to FM 510; however, this section has not been built yet. On June 27, 1995, the section from Loop 499 to FM 509 was transferred to UR 106. On November 15, 2018, the section from Loop 499 to FM 509 was changed back to FM 106.[11]

FM 107Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 107
LocationCoryell, McLennan and Falls counties
Length30.136 mi[12] (48.499 km)
ExistedMay 18, 1944[12]–present

Farm to Market Road 107 serves Coryell, McLennan, and Falls counties. The road begins at SH 36 southeast of Gatesville and heads southeastward via Moody and Eddy to US 77 northeast of Chilton. FM 107 was designated on May 18, 1944, from US 77 to US 81. On June 11, 1945, FM 107 extended west to SH 317. On November 20, 1951, FM 107 was extended west and north to US 84, replacing FM 1742 and the section of SH 236 from Moody to Mother Neff State Park. On September 27, 1960, the section of FM 107 from US 84 south to what was then FM 1996 was renumbered as FM 1996. Old FM 1996 from SH 36 east 8.2 miles was cancelled and transferred to FM 107. On July 31, 1975, the section east of I-35 began to be signed (but not designated) as SH 7, and the section east of US 77 was signed as Business SH 7.[13] On August 29, 1990, the section from IH-35 to US 77 was officially transferred to SH 7. On October 25, 1990, the section from US 77 to SH 7 became Business State Highway 7-B.

FM 108Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 108
LocationGonzales and DeWitt counties
Length35.007 mi[14] (56.338 km)
ExistedMay 18, 1944[14]–present

Farm to Market Road 108 is located in Gonzales and DeWitt counties. It runs from SH 97 to SH 119.

FM 108 was designated on May 18, 1944, from Smiley to Gonzales to connect with SH 200 (now SH 97). On July 14, 1949, the road was extended southwest 1.6 miles from Smiley. On September 28, 1950, the road was extended southeast to SH 119, replacing FM 1534.

FM 109Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 109
LocationWashington, Austin and Colorado counties
Length34.245 mi[15] (55.112 km)
ExistedAugust 1, 1944[15]–present

Farm to Market Road 109 is located in Washington, Austin, and Colorado counties. It runs from SH 36 near Brenham to SH 71 near Columbus.

FM 109 was designated on August 1, 1944, from Industry to New Ulm and Frelsburg to SH 71, creating a gap. This gap was closed on June 16, 1945, when the two sections were connected. On December 16, 1948, the road was extended to SH 36 near Brenham, replacing FM 388.

FM 110Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 110
LocationCaldwell and Hays counties
Length12.000 mi[16] (19.312 km)
ExistedApril 1, 1986[16]–present

Farm to Market Road 110 serves Caldwell and Hays counties. The road will begin at I-35 northeast of San Marcos and will head southeastward and southwestward back to I-35 southwest of San Marcos. Only the section from IH-35 northeast to Old Bastrop Road is open.

FM 110 (1944)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 110
LocationJohnson County
ExistedAugust 1, 1944–February 25, 1985

The first FM 110 was designated on August 1, 1944, from Cleburne to Grandview. The road was cancelled on February 25, 1985, and transferred to FM 4.

FM 111Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 111
LocationBurleson County
Length8.338 mi[17] (13.419 km)
ExistedNovember 26, 1969[17]–present

Farm to Market Road 111 is located in Burleson County. The road was designated on November 26, 1969, from a county road south of Caldwell south across FM 60 at Deanville to a county road. The route used to be FM 2618, a portion of which had been a spur off the original FM 111.

FM 111 (1944)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 111
LocationBurleson County
ExistedAugust 1, 1944–November 26, 1969

The first FM 111 was designated on August 1, 1944, from SH 21 west of Caldwell to Deanville. On November 20, 1951, FM 111 was extended southeast to FM 976. On January 18, 1955, FM 111 was shortened slightly when the section from the eastern terminus (at FM 976) to 0.4 mile southwest was transferred to FM 976, and a spur connection to Deanville was added. This spur connection was transferred to FM 2618 on November 24, 1959. On May 2, 1962, the section of FM 111 that was lost in 1955 was added back, and FM 111 was extended southeast 2.7 miles through Birch to a road intersection. FM 111 was cancelled on November 26, 1969, and transferred to FM 60.

FM 112Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 112
LocationWilliamson, Milam and Lee counties
Length27.264 mi[18] (43.877 km)
ExistedOctober 24, 1944[18]–present

Farm to Market Road 112 is located in Williamson, Milam, and Lee counties. It runs from SH 95 in Taylor to FM 696 west of Lexington.

FM 112 was designated on October 24, 1944, from Lexington to Taylor as a replacement for State Highway 102. On September 27, 1960, the section from FM 696 to Loop 123 was transferred to FM 696.

FM 113Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 113
LocationParker County
Length16.907 mi[19] (27.209 km)
Existed1944[19]–present

Farm to Market Road 113 is located in Parker County. It runs from FM 1885 via Garner to US 180, and from another point on US 180 via Millsap to I-20.

FM 113 was designated on October 24, 1944, from US 180 to Millsap. On May 23, 1951, FM 113 extended south to US 80. On February 6, 1953, FM 113 extended north to Garner, replacing FM 1544. On MAy 2, 1962, FM 113 extended to FM 1885, completing its current route.

FM 114Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 114
LocationRed River and Bowie counties
Length22.207 mi[20] (35.739 km)
Existed1944[20]–present

Farm to Market Road 114 is located in Red River and Bowie counties. It runs from US 82 east of Clarksville to US 259.

FM 114 was designated on December 12, 1944, from US 82 1.5 miles east of Clarksville east to English and south to FM 114 2 miles south of Avery. On September 20, 1961, the section south of English was transferred to Farm to Market Road 1699, and FM 114 was rerouted east to end at FM 1326. In 1964, FM 114 extended east to US 259, replacing a section of FM 1326.

FM 115Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 115
LocationFranklin and Wood counties
Length16.746 mi[21] (26.950 km)
Existed1944[21]–present

Farm to Market Road 115 is located in Franklin and Wood counties. It runs from IH 30 south of Mount Vernon to SH 11.

FM 115 was designated on December 12, 1944, from FM 21 near Hopewell southward 7 miles to a point opposite the main Tidewater Camp in the Clearwater oil Field. On June 11, 1948, FM 115 extended south to SH 11. On June 12, 1967, FM 115 was rerouted from 6.7 miles north of SH 11 to IH 30, replacing the old FM 2723. The old route from FM 21 southward 4.6 miles was renumbered new FM 2723, the section from 6.3 miles north of SH 11 northeast 1.3 miles was renumbered FM 3007 and the remainder of the old route was inundated by the reservoir.

FM 116Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 116
LocationCoryell and Bell counties
Length27.852 mi[22] (44.823 km)
Existed1944[22]–present

Farm to Market Road 116 is located in Coryell and Bell counties. It runs from US 84 west of Gatesville to I-14/US 190 in Copperas Cove, and from another point on I-14/US 190 in Copperas Cove to a county road.

FM 116 was designated on August 1, 1944, from US 84 west of Gatesville to US 190 (now Business US 190) in Copperas Cove. On May 5, 1966, FM 116 extended south 3.2 miles to the Coryell-Bell county line. On June 2, 1967, FM 116 extended south 0.2 miles into Bell County. On September 26, 1989, FM 116 was realigned to continue from FM 1113 south on North First and east on Avenue F in Copperas Cove to meet its old routing, while the old routing of FM 116 on North Main from FM 1113 to Avenue F was given to the city of Copperas Cove. On June 27, 1995, the section of FM 116 from FM 1113 to the current south end was transferred to Urban Road 116 (UR 116) but was still signed as FM 116. On November 15, 2018, UR 116 became part of FM 116 again.

FM 117Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 117
LocationUvalde, Zavala and Frio counties
Length59.202 mi[23] (95.276 km)
Existed1945[23]–present

Farm to Market Road 117 is located in Uvalde, Zavala, and Frio counties. It runs from US 83 in Uvalde southeast to Business I-35, then concurrent with Business I-35 to SH 85, and concurrent with SH 85 0.5 mile, and then southeast from SH 85 to the Frio-LaSalle county line.

FM 117 was designated on January 11, 1945, from US 83 in Uvalde southeastward via Batesville to the end of pavement 4.8 miles southeast of Batesville, replacing part of SH 55, which was truncated to end in Uvalde. On August 25, 1949, FM 117 extended southeast to US 81 (now Business I-35), replacing FM 471. On June 28, 1963, FM 117 extended southeast 2.8 miles to the Frio-LaSalle county line, its current terminus.

FM 118Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 118
LocationHunt County
Length11.363 mi[24] (18.287 km)
ExistedJanuary 11, 1945[24]–present

Farm to Market Road 118 serves Hunt County. It runs from FM 499 in eastern Greenville north to FM 512 in the community of South Sulphur, west of Commerce.

FM 118 was designated on January 11, 1945, from US 67 east of Greenville at Ardis Heights north 2.5 miles to SH 24 (now SH 224) northeast of Greenville. On June 25, 1945, the road was extended to Jacobia. On February 21, 1946, the SH 24-US 67 section was cancelled and redesignated as State Highway 355, but the section was added back on July 1, 1947. The final change was on December 17, 1952, when FM 118 was extended to FM 512 in South Sulphur (replacing FM 1738) and a spur connection in Jacobia was added.

FM 119Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 119
LocationSherman and Moore counties
Length45.937 mi[25] (73.928 km)
ExistedDecember 12, 1944[25]–present

Farm to Market Road 119 is located in Sherman and Moore counties. It runs from US 54 southwestward of Texhoma south to US 287 4 miles north of Dumas.

FM 119 was designated on December 12, 1944, from US 287 4 miles north of Dumas to Sunray. On July 11, 1945, the road was extended north from Sunray 2.5 miles. On February 11, 1946, it extended 6 miles north of the Moore/Sherman County line. On September 17, 1952, the road was extended north to Texhoma, replacing FM 845 and FM 1269 and creating concurrencies at FM 289 (now SH 15) and FM 1573. On May 6, 1964, the section of FM 119 from the Oklahoma State Line south to FM 289 was transferred to FM 1290; FM 119 was extended north on a new route from FM 289 to US 54.

FM 120Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 120
LocationGrayson County
Length20.330 mi[26] (32.718 km)
ExistedJanuary 11, 1945[26]–present

Farm to Market Road 120 serves Grayson County. It runs from Cooks Corner Road and Willow Springs Road west of Pottsboro to the Carpenter's Bluff bridge.

FM 120 was designated on January 11, 1945, from Carpenter's Bluff to Denison and then on to Pottsboro. On July 14, 1949, the road was extended north to Fink. On December 17, 1952, the road was extended north to the Government Property Line. On May 10, 1957, the road was extended west from old US 75 to SH 75A (now SH 91). On September 1, 1959, the road was extended east along old FM 84 to SH 75A. On February 25, 1968, the road was rerouted in Denison. On June 27, 1995, the section from FM 1417 to FM 1753 was transferred to UR 120. On December 17, 2009, the section from Elks Boulevard and Preston Bend junction north of Preston south 6.3 miles was transferred to SH 289, the section from Worthington Lane in Pottsboro south 0.7 miles to existing FM 120 was transferred to Spur 316, and FM 120 was extended west 4.5 miles to Cooks Corner Road/Willow Springs Road, replacing a section of FM 996. On November 15, 2018, the section from FM 1417 to FM 1753 was changed back to FM 120.[27]

FM 121Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 121
LocationGrayson County
Length33.088 mi[28] (53.250 km)
ExistedJanuary 11, 1945[28]–present

Farm to Market Road 121 is located in Grayson County. It runs from US 377 in Tioga to SH 160 south of Whitewright. There is a concurrency with SH 5 in Van Alstyne.

FM 121 was designated on January 11, 1945, from Van Alstyne to Gunter. On November 23, 1948, the road was extended to Cannon. On May 23, 1951, the road was extended to SH 160 south of Whitewright. On December 17, 1952, the road was extended west to SH 10 (now US 377) at Tioga, replacing FM 1284. On December 15, 1977, a break in the route was added at SH 5.

Junction list

The entire route is in Grayson County.

LocationmikmDestinationsNotes
Tioga  US 377 – Pilot Point, Whitesboro
Gunter  SH 289 (Preston Road) – Southmayd, Celina
  FM 3356 south – Weston
Van Alstyne  US 75 (Collins Freeway) – Sherman, McKinneyUS 75 exit 51; due to confusion between FM 121 and SH 121 (the main road to DFW Airport), the latter being about 15 miles south, southbound US 75 traffic has a sign saying "DFW Traffic Use Exit 38C")
  SH 5 north – HoweWest end of SH 5 overlap
  SH 5 south – AnnaEast end of SH 5 overlap
  FM 2729 north – Tom Bean
  SH 160 – Whitewright, Desert
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 122Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 122
LocationCrosby County
Length0.130 mi[29] (0.209 km)
ExistedFebruary 28, 1945[29]–present

Farm to Market Road 122 is located in Crosby County. It runs from SH 207 to Avenue G in Ralls.

FM 122 was designated on February 28, 1945, from US 82 at Ralls south to Caprock as a replacement of a section of State Highway 207. On June 11, 1945, a section from Post north 8 miles was added, creating a gap. On December 16, 1948, the northern section was extended south to 1.5 miles north of the end of the southern section. On February 25, 1949, the sections were connected.[30] This gap was closed on February 25, 1949, when the road was extended into Garza County. On July 31, 1956, the road was extended north to the new location of US 62. On October 31, 1958, a spur was added in Ralls. This spur is all that remains of FM 122 as FM 122 from US 62 to Post was reassigned back to SH 207 on September 1, 1965, though signage did not change until November 1, 1968. FM 122 is the shortest Farm to Market Road, as TXDOT's mileage length at 0.13 miles is shorter than that of FM 742 (which is 0.175 miles).

FM 123Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 123
LocationPanola County
Length10.712 mi[31] (17.239 km)
Existed1945[31]–present

FM 124Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 124
LocationPanola County
Length15.154 mi[32] (24.388 km)
Existed1945[32]–present

FM 125Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 125
LocationCass County
Length24.667 mi[33] (39.698 km)
ExistedFebruary 28, 1945[33]–present

Farm to Market 125 is located in Cass County. It runs from SH 8 north of Linden southeast to the Louisiana state line with a spur connection to US 59 and SH 155 in Linden.

FM 125 was designated on February 28, 1945 from Linden to Kildare, then onward to SH 43, 2 miles north of the Cass/Marion County line. On April 14, 1947 the road was extended via McLeod to the Louisiana state line. On July 1, 1964 the road was extended north 2 miles over old SH 8; the section of old SH 8 from FM 125 south to US 59 became FM Spur 125.

FM 126Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 126
LocationJones, Taylor and Nolan counties
Length59.808 mi[34] (96.252 km)
Existed1945[34]–present

FM 127Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 127
LocationTitus County
Length10.374 mi[35] (16.695 km)
Existed1945[35]–present

FM 128Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 128
LocationDelta County
Length16.259 mi[36] (26.166 km)
Existed1945[36]–present

FM 129Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 129
LocationPalo Pinto County
Length10.182 mi[37] (16.386 km)
Existed1945[37]–present

FM 130Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 130
LocationCass County
Length21.368 mi[38] (34.388 km)
Existed1951[38]–present

FM 130 (1945)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 130
LocationPalo Pinto County
ExistedFebruary 28, 1945–September 26, 1945

The first FM 130 was designated on February 28, 1945, from US 180 at Palo Pinto south to Lone Camp. The road's designation was cancelled on September 26, 1945, when it became a portion of FM 4.

FM 131Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 131
LocationGrayson County
Length7.333 mi[39][nb 2] (11.801 km)
ExistedFebruary 28, 1945[40]–present

Farm to Market Road 131 (FM 131) is located in Grayson County.

FM 131 begins at a junction with US 75 in Sherman. The highway travels in a northern direction along Travis Street, crosses US 82, then leaves the city near Knollwood. FM 131 has an overlap with FM 691 in an unincorporated area of the county, then travels through the westernmost part of Denison, ending at an intersection with FM 120.

FM 131 was designated on February 28, 1945, from US 75 at Sherman to Pottsboro. On March 26, 1945, the designation was unchanged, but the minute order was cancelled and replaced by a new one. On December 15, 1958, the section from FM 691 to Pottsboro was transferred to FM 1417 and FM 996, although this section remained signed as FM 131 until 1960.[41][42] On November 24, 1959, the road was extended north to FM 120. On June 27, 1995, the entire route was transferred to UR 131.[43] The final changed was on November 15, 2018, when the entire route was changed back to FM 131.[44]

Junction list

The entire route is in Grayson County.

Locationmi[45]kmDestinationsNotes
Sherman0.00.0  US 75 (Sam Rayburn Freeway)US 75 exit 60
1.72.7  US 82 (Buck Owens Freeway) – Gainesville, BonhamUS 82 exit 641 (east) / exit 642A (west)
3.96.3   FM 691 west – Grayson County College, AirportSouth end of FM 691 overlap
5.18.2   FM 691 eastNorth end of FM 691 overlap; access to Texoma Medical Center
Denison8.513.7  FM 120 – Pottsboro, Denison
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 132Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 132
LocationHouston County
Length7.180 mi[46] (11.555 km)
Existed1945[46]–present

FM 133Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 133
LocationDimmit and La Salle counties
Length20.632 mi[47] (33.204 km)
ExistedJanuary 11, 1945[47]–present

Farm to Market Road 133 is located in Dimmit and La Salle counties. It runs from US 83 at Catarina to US 81 at Artesia Wells.

FM 133 was designated on January 11, 1945, from US 83 at or near Catarina to US 81 at or near Artesia Wells and then on to Freer. This was part of SH 189 and SH 55 before 1939. On October 28, 1953, a 46-mile section of FM 133 was transferred to the new FM 863, which became part of SH 44 on August 29, 1990.

FM 134Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 134
LocationMarion and Harrison counties
Length28.739 mi[48] (46.251 km)
ExistedJanuary 10, 1945[48]–present

FM 135Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 135
LocationSan Jacinto County
Length7.304 mi[49] (11.755 km)
ExistedJune 14, 1985[49]–present

Farm to Market Road 135 lies within San Jacinto County. The road was designated on June 14, 1985, from FM 980 to near the Livingston Reservoir as a replacement for FM 980 Spur.

FM 135 (1944)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 135
LocationFloyd County
Length7.304 mi[49] (11.755 km)
ExistedMay 18, 1944[49]–March 24, 1958

The first FM 135 was designated on May 18, 1944, from Lockney east to SH 207. On December 3, 1951, the road was extended to Loop 75, replacing a portion of it. FM 135's designation was cancelled on March 24, 1958, and transferred to FM 97.

FM 136Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 136
LocationRefugio, Aransas, San Patricio counties
Length29.490 mi[50] (47.460 km)
ExistedFebruary 28, 1945[50]–present

FM 137Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 137
LocationLamar County
Length24.718 mi[51] (39.780 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942[51]–present

FM 138Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 138
LocationShelby and Nacogdoches counties
Length21.620 mi[52] (34.794 km)
ExistedFebruary 28, 1945[52]–present

FM 139Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 139
LocationShelby County
Length29.971 mi[53] (48.234 km)
ExistedFebruary 28, 1945[53]–present

FM 140Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 140
LocationUvalde, Zavala, Frio, and Atascosa counties
Length97.788 mi[54] (157.375 km)
ExistedFebruary 28, 1945[54]–present

FM 141Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 141
LocationLee County
Length20.119 mi[55] (32.378 km)
ExistedJanuary 11, 1945[55]–present

Farm to Market Road 141 is located in Lee County. It runs from SH 21 via Dime Box to US 290 in Giddings.

FM 141 was designated on January 11, 1945, from SH 21 near Old Dime Box to Dime Box and then on to a road intersection 2.1 miles southeast of Dime Box. On October 28, 1953, the road was extended southwest to US 290 in Giddings, replacing FM 1985.

FM 142Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 142
LocationJones and Shackelford counties
Length9.2 mi[56] (14.8 km)
ExistedFebruary 28, 1945[56]–present

FM 143Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 143
LocationBexar County
Length0.805 mi[57] (1.296 km)
ExistedJuly 28, 1994–present

Farm to Market Road 143 is located in Bexar County. It runs from Cagnon Road near Fabian Dale Dominguez State Jail southwest of San Antonio to Loop 1604.

The current FM 143 was designated in 1994, connecting Loop 1604 to Dominguez State Jail, which opened in May 1995.[58]

Junction list

The entire route is in Bexar County.

Locationmi[57]kmDestinationsNotes
0.0000.000Cagnon Road – Dominguez State Jail
0.8051.296    Loop 1604 (Anderson Loop) to I-35 / US 90
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 143 (1945)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 143
LocationKing and Knox counties
ExistedFebruary 28, 1945–August 29, 1990

The first FM 143 was designated on February 28, 1945, from SH 283 (now SH 6) at Knox City westward to the eastern side of the Brazos River. On September 9, 1947, the road was shortened 1.5 miles. On November 20, 1951, FM 143 was extended west 3 miles. It was extended west and northwest to the King County line on October 26, 1954. FM 143 was extended northwest to US 82 later that day. On September 5, 1973, FM 143 was signed (but not designated) as part of SH 222.[59] On July 31, 1975, FM 143 was rerouted in Knox City. FM 143 was cancelled on August 29, 1990, as the State Highway 222 designation became official.[60]

FM 144Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 144
LocationMorris County
Length24.965 mi[61] (40.177 km)
ExistedFebruary 28, 1945[61]–present

FM 145Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 145
LocationParmer, Castro, Swisher, and Briscoe counties
Length107.108 mi[62] (172.374 km)
ExistedFebruary 28, 1945[62]–present

FM 146Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 146
LocationSwisher and Briscoe counties
Length25.957 mi[63] (41.774 km)
ExistedFebruary 28, 1945[63]–present

FM 147Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 147
LocationLimestone and Falls counties
Length22.853 mi[64] (36.778 km)
ExistedFebruary 28, 1945[64]–present

FM 148Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 148
LocationKaufman County
Length38.253 mi[65] (61.562 km)
ExistedFebruary 28, 1945[65]–present

FM 149Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 149
LocationMontgomery and Grimes counties
Length48.238 mi[66] (77.632 km)
ExistedApril 20, 1945[66]–present

Farm to Market Road 149 is located in Montgomery and Grimes counties. It runs from FM 3090 near Erwin Community east to SH 90 at Anderson. After a short concurrency with SH 90, FM 149 turns east and southeast through Richards and Montgomery to the intersection of FM 1774 and SH 249.

FM 149 was designated on April 20, 1945, from Anderson to Richards. On June 6, 1945, the road was extended south to the Montgomery County line and to Decker Prairie ten days later. On July 22, 1949, a 25.5 mile section from the Montgomery County Line southeast to the new location of US 75 in Houston was added. On December 1, 1957, the road was extended west to FM 244 (now FM 3090). On December 10, 1959, the section from FM 2430 to US 75 (now IH 45) was transferred to FM 2430, while FM 149 was rerouted over the old routing of FM 2430. On November 1, 1968, a 0.8-mile section was transferred to FM 1488 and FM 149 was rerouted near Mostyn while the old routing became a spur connection. The final change was on October 28, 1988, when the section from FM 1774 to IH 45 was transferred to SH 249.

FM 150Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 150
LocationHays County
ExistedMay 31, 1945[67]–October 1, 1956

Farm to Market Road 150 was designated om May 31, 1945, from Kyle to SH 21. On October 27, 1952, it extended west to FM 966 in Hays City, replacing Spur 5 and FM 1078. On May 25, 1955, FM 150 extended to RM 12, replacing FM 966. On October 1, 1956, it was changed to RM 150.[68]

RM 150Edit

 

Ranch to Market Road 150
LocationHays County
Length25.792 mi[67] (41.508 km)
ExistedOctober 1, 1956[67]–present

Ranch to Market Road 150 begins at an intersection with Ranch to Market Road 12 in Dripping Springs. The highway runs in a generally north–south direction to Ranch to Market Road 3237, before turning to the east. RM 150 serves as the Main Street of Kyle, where it meets Interstate 35. RM 150 ends at an intersection with State Highway 21 just east of Kyle. It was designated on October 1, 1956, as a change of designation of FM 150.

Junction list

The entire route is in Hays County.

Locationmi[69]kmDestinationsNotes
Wimberley0.00.0  RM 12 – Wimberley, Dripping Springs
5.28.4  FM 1826 north
12.119.5  RM 3237 west (Old Kyle Road) – Wimberley
Kyle18.629.9  FM 2770 north (Jack C. Hays Trail)
20.933.6  I-35 – Austin, San AntonioI-35 exit 213
25.841.5  SH 21 – Bastrop, San Marcos
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 151Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 151
LocationGrayson and Fannin counties
Length7.758 mi[70] (12.485 km)
ExistedMarch 26, 1953[70]–present

Farm to Market Road 151 is located in Grayson and Fannin counties. It runs from US 69 in Whitewright southeast to US 59 in Trenton.

FM 151 was designated on March 26, 1953, on the current route, which was formerly US 69.

FM 151 (1945)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 151
LocationFloyd County
ExistedJune 4, 1945–December 17, 1952

FM 151 was designated on June 4, 1945, from US 70 five miles east of Floydada south 7 miles. On November 20, 1951, the road was extended south to the Crosby County line. FM 151 was canceled on December 17, 1952, and transferred to FM 651.

RM 152Edit

 

Ranch to Market Road 152
LocationMason and Llano counties
Length27.753 mi[71] (44.664 km)
ExistedSeptember 29, 1954[71]–present

FM 152Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 152
LocationLlano counties
ExistedJune 4, 1945[71]–September 29, 1954[72]

FM 153Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 153
LocationBastrop and Fayette counties
Length18.931 mi[73] (30.466 km)
ExistedJune 1, 1945[73]–present

Farm to Market Road 153 is located in Bastrop and Fayette counties. It runs from SH 71 north of Smithville east via Winchester to US 77 north of La Grange.

FM 153 was designated on June 1, 1945, from US 77, 7 miles north of La Grange, to Winchester. On October 28, 1953, the road was extended 10.6 miles west to SH 71, replacing FM 1870.

FM 154Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 154
LocationFayette County
Length17.013 mi[74] (27.380 km)
ExistedJune 1, 1945[74]–present

Farm to Market Road 154 is located in Fayette County. It runs from Loop 543 in West Point south via Muldoon to SH 95.

FM 154 was designated on June 1, 1945, from SH 95, 3 miles north of Flatonia, to Muldoon. On November 23, 1948, the road was extended 4 miles northeast from Muldoon. On July 22, 1949, the road was extended northeast to SH 71 (now Loop 543) at West Point. On February 23, 1983, the route description was reversed.

FM 155Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 155
LocationFayette, Colorado and Lavaca counties
Length32.498 mi[75] (52.300 km)
ExistedJune 1, 1945[75]–present

Farm to Market Road 155 is located in Fayette, Colorado, and Lavaca counties. It runs from US 77 near La Grange via Holman to US 90 in Weimar, and from US 90 in Weimar to US 90A.

FM 155 was designated on June 1, 1945, from US 77, 1 mile south of La Grange, south toward Holman to the Fayette/Colorado County line north of Weimar. The same day the section from Holman via Weimar to 6.4 miles south of Weimar was added. On January 27, 1949, the road was extended south a further 3.5 miles from Weimar to SH 200. On November 20, 1951, section from the Fayette/Colorado County line north of Weimar to Holman was added, closing the gap. The final change was on February 1, 1957, when the description was changed to create a gap at US 90.

FM 156Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 156
LocationTarrant and Denton counties
Length38.822 mi[76] (62.478 km)
ExistedJune 4, 1945[76]–present

Farm to Market Road 156 is located in Tarrant and Denton counties. It runs from I-35 south of Sanger via Krum, Justin, Haslet and Blue Mound to BU 287-P.

FM 156 was designated on June 4, 1945, from Fort Worth to the Denton County line. On July 2, 1945, the section from SH 114 to Krum, then to a point near Plainview School was added, creating a gap. This gap was closed on December 17, 1945 (agreement March 23, 1946), when the two sections were connected. On March 30, 1949, the section from Krum to Plainview School was transferred to FM 1173, and a new section from Krum to US 77 (now I-35) south of Sanger was added. On August 23, 1991, a 1.2-mile section of FM 156 was removed from the highway system and returned to the city of Haslet. On June 30, 1995, the section from US 81 to BU 287-P was transferred to UR 156. The final change was on August 26, 2010, when the route was realigned following runway extension at Alliance Airport. On November 15, 2018, the section from US 81 to BU 287-P was changed back to FM 156.[77]

FM 157Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 157
LocationTarrant, Johnson, and Ellis counties
Length40.099 mi[78] (64.533 km)
ExistedJune 4, 1945[78]–present

Farm to Market Road 157 is located in Tarrant, Johnson, and Ellis counties. It runs from SH 121 in Euless to FM 66 in Maypearl.

FM 157 was designated on June 4, 1945, from Mansfield to Grapevine. On June 11, 1945, the section from US 287 via Venus to the Ellis County line was added. On December 16, 1955, the road was extended southeast to FM 66 at Maypearl. On May 15, 1980, a 3.9-mile section of FM 157 was transferred to SH 121 and a 0.6-mile section was returned to the city of Grapevine. On June 30, 1995, the section from SH 121 to BU 287-P (former Loop 496) was transferred to UR 157. On June 26, 2003, by district request, FM 157 was extended along a new location, while the old location of FM 157 was removed from the highway system. On April 30, 2015, the section concurrent with BU 287-P from FM 917 to the old FM 157/BU 287-P junction was removed from the state highway system and given to the city of Mansfield, so FM 157 was rerouted along southbound BU 287-P.[79] The portion from US 287 south to BU 287-P was transferred to BU-287-P, and the section along BU 287-P from FM 917 to FM 157 was transferred to FM 917. On July 27, 2017, FM 157 replaced the section of FM 917 south to US 287, and follows US 287 between these areas.[80] On November 15, 2018, the section from SH 121 to FM 917 (former Business US 287-P) was changed back to FM 157.[81]

FM 158Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 158
LocationBrazos County
Length7.212 mi[82] (11.607 km)
ExistedJune 5, 1945[82]–present

Farm to Market Road 158 runs from FM 1687 and SH 21 eastward to SH 30 in Bryan. It is also known as William J. Bryan Parkway west of SH 6 and Boonville Road east of SH 6.

FM 158 was designated on June 5, 1945, from SH 6 at Bryan through Harvey to the Navasota River. The next day, another section was added from SH 90 north of Roam Prairie west 10 miles to the Keith/Carlos Road, creating a gap. On October 26, 1954, FM 158 was extended from the Grimes/Brazos County line to FM 244 at Carlos, closing the gap. On December 15, 1960, the section of FM 158 from FM 60 at Harvey southeast to SH 90 was transferred to SH 30. On July 15, 1988, by district request, the section of FM 158 from Loop 507 (former SH 6; now BS 6) east and south to FM 158 was returned to the city of Bryan, and Loop 158 from SH 21 to FM 158 was transferred to FM 158. On June 27, 1995, the entire route was transferred to UR 158.[82][83] The final change was on November 15, 2018, when the entire route was transferred back to FM 158.[84]

FM 159Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 159
LocationBrazos County
Length16.617 mi[85] (26.742 km)
ExistedJune 5, 1945[85]–present

Farm to Market Road 159 lies within Brazos County. It runs from SH 105 near Navasota north to SH 6 near Millican.

FM 159 was designated on June 5, 1945, from SH 90 (now SH 105) to Allen Farm. On July 14, 1949, the road was extended to SH 6, bringing the route to its final configuration.

FM 160Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 160
LocationLiberty County
Length43.688 mi[86] (70.309 km)
ExistedJune 12, 1945[86]–present

Farm to Market Road 160 lies within Liberty County. It runs from FM 770 southwest to Ames and then southeast.

FM 160 was designated on June 12, 1945, from US 90 at Ames southeast 5 miles. On May 23, 1951, the road was extended northeast to FM 770, bringing the route to its final configuration.

FM 161Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 161
LocationMorris and Cass counties
Length25.538 mi[87] (41.099 km)
ExistedMay 23, 1951[87]–present

FM 161 (1945)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 161
LocationLiberty County
ExistedJune 12, 1945–May 15, 1946

The first FM 161 was designated on June 12, 1945, from US 90 6 miles west of Dayton north to East Gate Road. FM 161's destination was cancelled on May 15, 1946, when FM 686 was substituted for this road.

FM 162Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 162
LocationHidalgo County
Length1.387 mi[88] (2.232 km)
ExistedMarch 31, 1994[88]–present

Farm to Market Road 162 lies within Hidalgo County. It runs from US 281 on Cibolo Road, northeast of Faysville east to a prison site.

FM 162 (1945)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 162
LocationLiberty and Hardin counties
ExistedJune 12, 1945–December 21, 1984

The first FM 162 was designated on June 12, 1945, from Moss Hill east 3 miles. On December 17, 1952, the road was extended to FM 770 at Batson, replacing FM 1935. On September 27, 1960, FM 162 was extended 3.8 miles northwest from SH 146. On June 26, 1962, FM 162 was extended west another 6 miles. On June 28, 1963, FM 162 was extended west to FM 2518. On June 22, 1964, FM 162 was extended a final time to SH 321. On December 21, 1984, FM 162's designation was cancelled and transferred to State Highway 105.

FM 163Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 163
LocationLiberty County
Length4.332 mi[89] (6.972 km)
ExistedJune 12, 1945[89]–present

Farm to Market Road 163 is located in Liberty County. It runs from the Oak Shade Fire Tower on SH 321 east and south 4.3 miles.

FM 163 was designated on June 12, 1945, from the Oak Shade Fire Tower on SH 321 east 2.3 miles. On November 30, 1949, the road was extended south 2 miles. On MAy 2, 1962 the road was extended to FM 1008. The final change was on August 31, 1964, when the section from FM 1008 north 3.8 miles was removed from the highway system (this section is now CR 2285).

FM 164Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 164
LocationChildress County
Length6.781 mi[90] (10.913 km)
ExistedSeptember 5, 1973[90]–present

Farm to Market Road 164 is a designation that has been used three times. The current use is for a loop route in Childress County. It runs from US 287 3 miles west of Childress south, east, and north 7 miles to US 83 in Childress. FM 164 replaced Spur 184 and a section of FM 2042.

FM 164 (1945-1955)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 164
LocationLiberty County
ExistedJune 12, 1945–August 24, 1955

The first use of the FM 164 designation was from SH 321 13 miles north of Dayton east 2.2 miles in Liberty County. On August 24, 1955, this route was cancelled and transferred to FM 1008.

FM 164 (1956-1967)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 164
LocationHopkins County
ExistedSeptember 19, 1956–April 27, 1967

The FM 164 designation was next used on a route from US 67 west of Sulphur Springs northeast to SH 19 and Loop 313 in western Sulphur Springs in Hopkins County along a former routing of US 67. Loop 313 replaced another part of the former route of US 67. This route was cancelled on April 27, 1967, and transferred to Loop 313 (now BU 67-V).

RM 165Edit

 

Ranch to Market Road 165
LocationBlanco and Hays counties
Length15.722 mi[91] (25.302 km)
ExistedJune 11, 1945[91]–present

FM 166Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 166
LocationBurleson County
Length15.545 mi[92] (25.017 km)
ExistedJune 11, 1945[92]–present

FM 167Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 167
LocationHood County
Length16.091 mi[93] (25.896 km)
ExistedMay 23, 1951[93]–present

FM 167 was designated on May 23, 1951, from US 377 to Waples.[94] On September 20, 1961, it extended north to FM 51. On December 20, 1984, it extended south over part of FM 208 (which was rerouted to the southeast over all of FM 1192) and all of FM 1190 to its current terminus at a county road. Note that FM 208 was cancelled on February 24, 1985 and replaced by FM 4.

FM 167 (1945)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 167
LocationJohnson, Hill, and Bosque counties
ExistedJune 11, 1945[93]–September 27, 1946

The first FM 167 was designated on June 11, 1945, from Cleburne to the Hill County line as a replacement for State Highway 353. The same day, a section from Morgan to Meridian was added, creating a gap. This gap was closed on August 23, 1945, when the Morgan-Hill County line section was added. FM 167 was cancelled on September 27, 1946, when it was reassigned back to SH 353 as the road was completed (now SH 174).

FM 168Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 168
LocationWest Texas
Length139.238 mi[95] (224.082 km)
ExistedJune 11, 1945[95]–present

Farm to Market Road 168 is located in West Texas. It runs from FM 2219 to FM 1076. At 139 miles, FM 168 is the longest farm to market road in Texas; however RM 33 was 141 miles before its truncations in 1977 and 1984.

FM 168 was designated on June 11, 1945, from Hart south to the Lamb County line. The same day the road was extended to Olton. On May 23, 1951, the road was extended north 11 miles to 5 miles north of Nazareth, replacing FM 1056. On November 20, 1951, FM 168 was extended north and east 8.3 miles to a road intersection. On March 28, 1952, three miles of FM 168 were transferred to FM 1075. On September 21, 1955, the road was extended north 4.2 miles to the Randall County line. On November 21, 1956, the road was extended north to FM 1062, replacing FM 679. On October 31, 1958, the road was extended south to US 84 near Anton, replacing FM 304 (although it remained signed as FM 304 until 1959) and creating a concurrency at US 70. On November 24, 1959, FM 168 was extended south to FM 41, replacing FM 2395 and FM 1632 and creating a concurrency with SH 116 (now SH 114). On September 27, 1960, the road was extended north to FM 2219. On May 5, 1966, the section from FM 41 to US 380 was added. On May 25, 1976, the section from US 380 to FM 1076 was added, completing its current route.

Junction list
CountyLocationmikmDestinationsNotes
Terry  FM 1076 west / County Road 575
  US 380 east – TahokaSouth end of US 380 overlap
  US 380 west – BrownfieldNorth end of US 380 overlap
  FM 1698 west
  FM 211 – Meadow, New Home
HockleyRopesville  FM 41 east – SlideSouth end of FM 41 overlap
   US 62 / US 82 – Brownfield, Lubbock
  FM 41 west – Sundown
  FM 1585
Smyer  SH 114 east – LubbockSouth end of SH 114 overlap
  SH 114 west – LevellandNorth end of SH 114 overlap
  FM 1294 – Shallowater
  FM 597 westSouth end of FM 597 overlap
Anton  US 84 – Littlefield, Lubbock
  FM 597 east – AbernathyNorth end of FM 597 overlap
LambSpade  FM 54 – Littlefield, Petersburg
  FM 37 east – Cotton CenterSouth end of FM 37 overlap
  FM 37 west – AmherstNorth end of FM 37 overlap
  FM 1071 east
Olton  US 70 east – PlainviewSouth end of US 70 overlap
  US 70 west – MuleshoeNorth end of US 70 overlap
  FM 1842 south
  FM 2881 east
CastroHart  FM 145 – Kress
  SH 194 – Dimmitt, Plainview
  FM 928 east
Nazareth  SH 86 – Dimmitt, Tulia
  FM 1075 – Happy
Randall  FM 1714 east
Umbarger  US 60 west – HerefordSouth end of US 60 overlap
  US 60 east – Canyon
  FM 1062 – Canyon
  FM 2219 east / Sampson Road
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 169Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 169
LocationPresidio County
ExistedJune 11, 1945–June 29, 1967

RM 169Edit

 

Ranch to Market Road 169
LocationPresidio County
Length25.028 mi[96] (40.279 km)
ExistedJune 29, 1967[96]–present

FM 170Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 170
LocationBrewster and Presidio counties
Length114.580 mi[97] (184.399 km)
ExistedJune 11, 1945[97]–present

FM 171Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 171
LocationWichita and Clay counties
Length37.212 mi[98] (59.887 km)
ExistedJune 11, 1945[98]–present

FM 172Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 172
LocationArcher and Clay counties
Length23.145 mi[99] (37.248 km)
ExistedJune 11, 1945[99]–present

Farm to Market Road 172 or FM 172 is a two-lane, state-maintained highway that connects the farming areas of eastern Archer County and southern Clay County, Texas (USA). It passes just south of and crosses a portion of Lake Arrowhead in Clay County. FM 172 terminates at SH 25 near Windthorst and at SH 148 near Bluegrove, between Henrietta and Jacksboro.

FM 172 was designated on June 11, 1945, from SH 148 west to Bluegrove. On May 23, 1951, it extended west to Deer Creek. On November 20, 1951, the route from Bluegrove to Deer Creek was either cancelled or transferred to FM 1883. Instead, it was rerouted west to US 281 at Scotland, replacing FM 1783. On January 23, 1953, it extended westward and southward to a road intersection 2.4 miles from SH 25. On October 28, 1953, it extended to SH 25, completing its current route.[99]

FM 173Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 173
LocationClay County
Length0.944 mi[100] (1.519 km)
ExistedJune 11, 1945[100]–present

FM 174Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 174
LocationArcher, Clay and Montague counties
Length35.492 mi[101] (57.119 km)
ExistedJune 11, 1945[101]–present

Farm to Market Road 174 or FM 174 is a two-lane, state-maintained highway that connects small farming communities of Archer, Clay, and Montague counties in north central Texas. FM 174 terminates at US 281 at Windthorst and US 81 at Bowie.

FM 174 was designated on June 11, 1945, as a route from SH 148 east to Buffalo Springs. On May 26, 1949, it extended east to the end of FM 176 at Vashti and replaced FM 176 from Vashti to Bellevue. On December 17, 1952, the portion from Vashti to Bellevue was transferred to FM 1288 and it instead extended east over old FM 1288 from Vashti to US 287 in Bowie. On September 29, 1954, it extended west from SH 148 to US 281. On April 2, 1980, it extended east along the old location of US 287 from the new location of US 287 to US 81, completing its current route.[101]

FM 175Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 175
LocationJack and Clay counties
Length11.337 mi[102] (18.245 km)
ExistedJune 11, 1945[102]–present

FM 176Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 176
LocationConcho County
Length5.631 mi[56] (9.062 km)
ExistedMay 23, 1951[56]–present

Farm to Market Road 176 is a farm-to-market road in western Concho County, beginning at an intersection with County Road 2332 (CR 2332) and CR 2335. The 5.631-mile (9.062 km) road continues north to terminate at an intersection with US 87 just west of Eden.

The entire highway has a speed limit of 70 miles per hour (110 km/h), which is lowered to 65 miles per hour (105 km/h) at night.[103]

FM 176 (1945)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 176
LocationClay County
ExistedJune 11, 1945–May 26, 1949

The first FM 176 was designated on June 11, 1945, from Bellevue to Vashti. The road's designation was cancelled on May 26, 1949, when it became part of FM 174.

FM 177Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 177
LocationCherokee County
Length4.983 mi[104] (8.019 km)
ExistedMay 23, 1951[104]–present

FM 177 (1945)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 177
LocationDawson County
ExistedJune 11, 1945–April 30, 1947

The first FM 177 was designated on June 11, 1945, from SH 137 3 miles south of Lamesa to Patricia. The road's designation was cancelled on April 30, 1947, when it became a portion of State Highway 349.

FM 178Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 178
LocationDawson County
Length25.004 mi[105] (40.240 km)
ExistedJune 11, 1945[105]–present

FM 179Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 179
LocationHale County, Lubbock County, Lynn County, and Dawson County
Length106.931 mi[106] (172.089 km)
ExistedJune 11, 1945[106]–present

FM 180Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 180
LocationLee County
Length13.131 mi[107] (21.132 km)
ExistedMay 5, 1966[107]–present

Farm to Market Road 180 is located in Lee County. It runs from US 290 to the Nails Creek State Park entrance.

FM 180 was designated on May 5, 1966, from US 290, 1.6 miles west of the Fayette County line, northeast 5.8 miles. On May 7, 1970, the road was extended to FM 1697. On November 3, 1972, the road was extended to the Nails Creek State Park entrance, bringing the highway to its final length.

FM 180 (1945)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 180
LocationDawson County
ExistedJune 11, 1945–April 8, 1964

The first FM 180 was designated on June 11, 1945, from Arvana, north of Lamesa, to 3 miles east. FM 180's designation was cancelled on April 8, 1964, when it was renumbered FM 2411 to eliminate confusion with US 180.

FM 181Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 181
LocationGaines, Andrews and Ector counties
Length63.301 mi[108] (101.873 km)
ExistedJune 1, 1992[108]–present

Farm to Market Road 181 is located in Gaines County, Andrews County, and Ector County. FM 181 was designated on June 1, 1992 as a renaming of RM 181.

FM 181 (1945-1956)Edit

 

Ranch to Market Road 181
LocationGaines, Andrews and Ector counties
ExistedJune 11, 1945[109]–October 1, 1956

FM 181 was designated on June 11, 1945, from SH 51 (now US 385) in Seminole southwest to the Gaines/Andrews County Line. On July 14, 1949, it extended southeast 7.4 miles. On July 25, 1951, it extended to FM 703 (now SH 115) replacing FM 1303. On December 17, 1951, FM 181 extended to the Andrews/Ector County Line. On December 17, 1952, it extended to Texas State Highway 302. On October 1, 1956, the designation was changed to RM 181.

RM 181Edit

 

Ranch to Market Road 181
LocationGaines, Andrews and Ector counties
ExistedOctober 1, 1956[108]–June 1, 1992

Ranch to Market Road 181 was designated on October 1, 1956, as a renaming of FM 181. On June 1, 1992, the designation was changed back to FM 181.

FM 182Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 182
LocationBosque and Coryell counties
Length22.660 mi[110] (36.468 km)
ExistedJune 11, 1945[110]–present

Farm to Market Road 182 is located in Bosque County and Coryell County. The road begins 1.5 miles north of Norse, and passes by Norse and Turnersville, and ends at a junction with State Highway 36 1.5 miles southeastward of Ames.

FM 182 was designated on June 11, 1945, from SH 36 1.5 miles southeastward of Ames to Turnersville. On July 14, 1949, it extended north to 1.5 miles north of Norse, replacing FM 928.

FM 183Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 183
LocationCoryell County
Length17.502 mi[111] (28.167 km)
ExistedJune 11, 1945[111]–present

Farm to Market Road 183 is located in Coryell County. The road begins at US 84 and continues southwestward and northwestward, passing through Pearl and Bee House before ending at US 84 east of Evant.

FM 183 was designated on June 11, 1945, from Purmela south across US 84 via Pearl to Bee House. On July 14, 1949, FM 183 extended north 7.6 miles to the Coryell/Hamilton county line. On January 14, 1952, the section north of US 84 was transferred to FM 932. On November 21, 1956, FM 183 was rerouted to bypass Bee House, and extended to US 84 near Evant, replacing FM 2306. The bypassed portion became a spur of FM 183.

FM 184Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 184
LocationCoryell County
Length6.115 mi[112] (9.841 km)
ExistedJune 11, 1945[112]–present

FM 185Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 185
LocationCoryell and McLennan counties
Length30.860 mi[113] (49.664 km)
ExistedJune 11, 1945[113]–present

FM 186Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 186
LocationDimmit County
Length14.220 mi[114] (22.885 km)
ExistedJune 11, 1945[114]–present

RM 187Edit

 

Ranch to Market Road 187
LocationSouth Texas
Length81.930 mi[115] (131.854 km)
ExistedJune 2, 1963[115]–present

FM 187Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 187
LocationSouth Texas
ExistedJune 11, 1945[115][116]–June 2, 1963

FM 188Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 188
LocationGalveston County
Length0.424 mi[117] (0.682 km)
ExistedOctober 31, 1958[117]–present

Farm to Market Road 188 is located in Galveston County. It runs from 89th Street to I-45 at SH 275. The road is known locally as Teichman Road.

FM 188 was designated on October 31, 1958, from I-45 at Teichman's Point southwest to the Moody State School. On June 27, 1995, the entire route was transferred to UR 188. On November 15, 2018, the entire route was changed back to FM 188.[118]

FM 188 (1945)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 188
LocationUvalde County
ExistedJune 11, 1945–March 24, 1954

The first FM 188 was designated on June 11, 1945, from FM 117 2 miles south of Uvalde southeast 8 miles by way of Fort Inge. The road's designation was cancelled on March 24, 1954, and transferred to FM 140.

RM 189Edit

 

Ranch to Market Road 189
LocationSutton and Val Verde counties
ExistedOctober 17, 1959–present

FM 189Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 189
LocationSutton and Val Verde counties
ExistedJune 11, 1945[119][120]–October 17, 1959

FM 190Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 190
LocationDimmit County
Length13.278 mi[121] (21.369 km)
ExistedJune 11, 1945[121]–present

FM 191Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 191
LocationZavala and Dimmit counties
Length6.291 mi[122] (10.124 km)
ExistedJune 11, 1945[122]–present

FM 192Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 192
LocationHudspeth County
Length25.447 mi[123] (40.953 km)
ExistedJune 11, 1945[123]–present

FM 193Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 193
LocationCrosby, Dickens and King counties
Length78.753 mi[124] (126.741 km)
ExistedJune 11, 1945[124]–present

FM 194Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 194
LocationLamar and Red River counties
Length6.716 mi[125] (10.808 km)
ExistedJuly 22, 1952[125]–present

Farm to Market Road 194 is located in Lamar and Red River counties. It runs from US 82 in Blossom southeastward to FM 410 south of Detroit. FM 194 was designated on July 22, 1952, on its current route.

FM 194 (1945)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 194
LocationMotley County
ExistedJune 11, 1945–November 20, 1951

The first FM 194 was designated on June 11, 1945, from Flomot north 2 miles. The road's designation was cancelled on November 20, 1951, and transferred to FM 599.

FM 195Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 195
LocationLamar and Red River counties
Length36.005 mi[126] (57.944 km)
ExistedJune 11, 1945[126]–present

Farm to Market Road 195 is located in Lamar and Red River counties. It runs from US 82 in Paris northeastward to SH 37 near Albion.

FM 195 was designated on June 11, 1945, from Paris to Novice. On April 30, 1947, the road was extended 4.2 miles to the Red River County line. On November 23, 1948, the road was extended 2.2 miles to Woodland. On December 17, 1952, the road was extended 8.2 miles to Manchester. On October 31, 1958, the road was extended 5.9 miles to FM 862. On November 9, 1960, the road was extended east to SH 37 near Albion, replacing a section of FM 862. FM 862 was cancelled a few years later and became part of FM 410, and FM 862 was reassigned to a different designation elsewhere in the state.

FM 196Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 196
LocationLamar and Red River counties
Length33.038 mi[127] (53.170 km)
ExistedJune 11, 1945[127]–present

Farm to Market Road 196 is located in Lamar and Red River counties. The road begins at FM 195 at Faught, and from FM 194 in Blossom, the road heads southward via Pattonville and eastward via Cunningham to SH 37 near Bogata.

FM 196 was designated on June 11, 1945, from Pattonville to Cunningham. On December 17, 1952, FM 196 was extended north to FM 195, replacing FM 1185 which started at FM 194. On October 31, 1958, FM 196 was extended east from Cunningham to SH 37.

FM 197Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 197
LocationLamar County
Length19.920 mi[128] (32.058 km)
ExistedJune 11, 1945[128]–present

Farm to Market Road 197 is located in Lamar County. The road begins at FM 79 near Direct, and heads northward and eastward via Ragtown and Forest Chapel to US 271 in Arthur City.

FM 197 was designated on June 11, 1945, from Arthur City to Forest Chapel. On August 25, 1949, FM 197 was extended 8.8 miles to Ragtown. On January 8, 1952, FM 197 was extended to FM 79.

FM 198Edit

 
FM 198 in Enloe, Texas

 

Farm to Market Road 198
LocationDelta County
Length13.348 mi[129] (21.482 km)
ExistedJune 11, 1945[129]–present

Farm to Market Road 198 is located in Delta County.

FM 198 was designated on June 11, 1945, from FM 128 east to Enloe. On November 23, 1948, FM 198 extended northeast to SH 154 in Lake Creek. On September 28, 1949, FM 198 extended southeast to FM 895, its current terminus.

FM 199Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 199
LocationSomervell County
Length7.976 mi[130] (12.836 km)
ExistedJune 12, 1945[130]–present

Farm to Market Road 199 (FM 199) is located entirely in Somervell County.

FM 199 was designated on June 12, 1945, from Nemo northward across US 67 to Alta Vista School. On October 23, 1948, FM 199 extended southwest 2.5 miles from Nemo. On December 17, 1952, FM 199 extended west 3.5 miles from Alta Vista School.

Junction list

The entire route is in Somervell County.

Locationmi[131]kmDestinationsNotes
0.00.0County Road 403 / County Road 409
0.71.1  FM 200 eastSouth end of FM 200 overlap
Nemo1.42.3  FM 200 west / County Road 407North end of FM 200 overlap
2.33.7  US 67 south – Glen RoseSouth end of US 67 overlap
2.54.0  US 67 north – CleburneNorth end of US 67 overlap
3.96.3  FM 2174 north
7.211.6County Road 307 / County Road 319
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

NotesEdit

  1. ^ The certified length given is shorter than the actual mileage, as the Texas Department of Transportation description of FM 100 considers it to be discontinuous at rather than concurrent with SH 34.
  2. ^ The certified length given is shorter than the actual mileage, as the Texas Department of Transportation description of FM 131 considers it to be discontinuous at rather than concurrent with FM 691.

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