The original FM 1403 was designated on July 14, 1949 from US 271 south of Gilmer southeast to the Gregg County line. On May 23, 1951, the road was extended southeast 7.1 miles to US 80, 1 mile west of Longview. FM 1403 was cancelled on August 2, 1968 and redesignated as SH 300.
The original FM 1407 was designated on July 15, 1949 from US 96 at Buna northwest 3.2 miles to a road intersection. On November 20, 1951 the road was extended northwest 1 mile, and another 6.1 miles north on December 17, 1952. FM 1407 was cancelled on October 28, 1953 and transferred to FM 1004.
Farm to Market Road 1412 is located in Deaf Smith County. It runs from US 385 to SH 214.
FM 1412 was designated on November 30, 1949 from FM 1058, 23 miles west of Hereford, north and east 37.4 miles to SH 51 (now US 385). On December 1, 1953 the road was extended south 5.7 miles to the Parmer County line. On October 26, 1954 the road was extended south, east and south 12.5 miles to Friona. On December 12, 1956 the section from Friona to FM 290 was signed (but not designated) as SH 214. On August 29, 1990 this section was cancelled as the SH 214 designation became official.
The original FM 1412 was proposed from US 59 in Cleveland northwest 2.6 miles to the San Jacinto County line. FM 1412 was cancelled on November 30, 1949 and removed from the highway system in exchange for extending FM 163. The route was restored as FM 2025 in 1952.
The original FM 1417 was designated on July 14, 1949 from US 69 at Colmesneil southeast 6 miles. On November 20, 1951 the road was extended 4.8 miles to a road intersection. FM 1417 was cancelled on January 29, 1953 and transferred to FM 256.
The original FM 1432 was designated on July 14, 1949 from US 77, 1.3 miles south of Raymondville, west 4.8 miles to a road intersection. On December 2, 1953 the road was extended east 5 miles to FM 2099. On October 26, 1954 the road was extended west 3.3 miles to FM 1015. FM 1432 was cancelled on June 1, 1964 and transferred to FM 490.
Farm to Market Road 1434 is located in Johnson County. It runs from US 67 west of Cleburne to PR 21, with a spur connection to Lake Pat Cleburne.
FM 1434 was designated on December 17, 1952 from SH 171 south of Cleburne southwest 5.5 miles to a road intersection. On March 1, 1960 the road was extended southwest 3.7 miles to another road intersection, and southwest 5.7 miles to yet another road intersection on August 1, 1963. On July 30, 1964, the northern terminus was relocated to US 67: a 1.3 mile section from the junction of old and new FM 1434 northeast to Cleburne Reservoir (now Lake Pat Cleburne) became FM Spur 1434 (FS 1434), a 0.7 mile section through the reservoir area was removed from the highway system, and a 3.5 mile section from SH 171 at Cleburne southwest to the reservoir was renumbered as FM 1718. On June 1, 1966 the road was extended west and northwest 7.1 miles to PR 21. On January 2, 2006, a 0.14 miles section of FS 1434 was removed from the highway system and returned to the city of Cleburne.
The original FM 1434 was designated from SH 41, 8 miles east of the Edwards County line, south 9.4 miles. On May 23, 1951, the road was extended 2.6 miles south, and another 2.5 miles south on November 20 of that year. FM 1434 was cancelled on December 17, 1952 and transferred to FM 336 (now RM 336).
The original FM 1441 was designated on July 15, 1949, from FM 264 at McAdoo northwest to a road intersection and a second section from FM 264 at McAdoo east to a road intersection, creating a concurrency with FM 264, a total distance of 4.7 miles. On May 23, 1951, the road was extended north and east 4.7 miles to another road intersection. On December 17, 1952, the road was extended east 6 miles to SH 70. On October 26, 1954, the road was extended north and west 5 miles to FM 28. FM 1441 was cancelled on November 1, 1960, and transferred to FM 193.
The first use of the FM 1442 designation was in Motley County, from SH 70 at White Flat to a point 4 miles east, north and east. FM 1442 was cancelled on November 20, 1951 and eliminated from the highway system.
The next use of the FM 1442 designation was in Collingsworth County, from FM 338 west 4.6 miles to a road intersection west of Buck School. FM 1442 was cancelled on November 26, 1958 and transferred to FM 1056.
The original FM 1452 was designated on July 22, 1949 from the Wharton County line, southeast 18.4 miles via Pledger to an intersection with SH 36 at West Columbia. Two months later FM 1452 was cancelled and became a portion of FM 1301.
Farm to Market Road 1458 is located in Austin and Waller counties. It runs from FM 359 at Pattison west and south to FM 1093.
FM 1458 was designated on July 22, 1949 from US 90 (now I-10) south 4.2 miles via Frydek to a county road. On September 20, 1961 the road was extended south 7.2 miles to FM 1093. On January 20, 1966 the road was extended north to the Brazos River, replacing Spur 99 (formerly SH 249). On July 11, 1968 the road was extended east and south 7.5 miles to FM 359 at Pattison, replacing FM 2572.
FM 1460 was designated on October 31, 1958, from SH 29 in Georgetown southward to US 79. On October 29, 1992, FM 1460 was designated to be rerouted west to RM 2243 and Business Interstate 35-M (now Spur 26).
The original FM 1460 was designated on July 22, 1949, from FM 523 in Velasco to 0.2 miles south of the Intracoastal Canal. On January 12, 1950, the road was extended across the Intracoastal Canal, replacing SH 332. On September 27, 1954, the road was adjusted to begin northeast of Velasco and to end at a road intersection. Two days later the road was extended northwest to FM 521, replacing FM 1605 and creating a concurrency with SH 288. FM 1460 was cancelled on October 24, 1956 and transferred back to SH 332.
FM 1461 was designated on March 26, 1953, from SH 289 south of Celina eastward to what was then FM 1828 (the designation of the north-south section of FM 1461 at the time). On May 20, 1955, FM 1461 extended south replacing FM 1828 to US 380 (then SH 24). On August 30, 2001, the section south of County Road 123 was given to the city of McKinney.
Farm to Market Road 1462 is located in Brazoria and Fort Bend counties. It runs from SH 36 in Damon to SH 35 in Alvin.
FM 1462 was designated on July 14, 1949, from SH 288 at Rosharon to SH 35 south of Alvin. On September 27, 1960, the road was extended west 7 miles to the Brazos River. On October 10, 1961, the road was extended to SH 36 north of Damon, replacing a section of FM 762. On June 28, 1963, the eastern terminus was relocated, shortening the route by 0.4 mile.
The original FM 1466 was designated on July 22, 1949 from FM 517 at Dickinson, northeast 6.7 miles to SH 146, 0.5 mile south of Kemah. FM 1466 was cancelled on February 21, 1952 and eliminated from the highway system. The route became FM 1266 the same day.
The original FM 1469 was designated on July 22, 1949 from SH 60 at Wadsworth east 6.6 miles to a road intersection. On November 20, 1951 the road was extended northeast 4.6 miles to a road intersection. On December 17, 1952 the road was extended northeast 6 miles to FM 457. FM 1469 was cancelled on January 16, 1953 and transferred to FM 521.
The original FM 1475 was designated on July 15, 1949 from US 67/US 84 in Santa Anna southeast 6.7 miles to a road intersection. Eight months later FM 1475 was cancelled and became a portion of FM 1176.
On July 22, 1949, the first FM 1485 designation was created. It ran between about 9.3 miles (15.0 km) between SH 105 and FM 2090 in Montgomery County. The highway was extended eastward on August 22, 1951, to US 59 (now cosigned IH 69), adding about 8.4 miles (13.5 km) to the length. Another 5.4 miles (8.7 km) was added on September 27, 1951, when FM 1485 was extended to replace FM 1773, moving the eastern terminus to the Harris–Montgomery county line. On June 1, 1965, the road was lengthened once more by adding 1.2 miles (1.9 km) in Harris County.
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) re-described the routing of FM 1485 in their Highway Designation File on October 2, 1970. They updated the file to denote the gap in the route of the highway at Loop 494 and to show that it has a total length of approximately 24.1 miles (38.8 km) in the two counties where it is located.
Farm to Market Road 1486 is located in Grimes and Montgomery counties. It runs from SH 30 at Shiro to FM 1774 northwest of Magnolia.
FM 1486 was designated on July 22, 1949, from SH 105 at Dobbin northwest to Dacus. On August 22, 1951, the road was extended south 11 miles to FM 1774. On September 21, 1955 the road was extended to FM 149 at Richards, replacing FM 1776. On October 31, 1958, the road was extended north 6.5 miles to SH 45 (now SH 30) at Shiro, creating a concurrency with FM 149.
FM 1488 as designated on July 22, 1949, from US 290 (now a business route) to FM 1098. On December 27, 1952, FM 1488 extended to US 75 (now IH 45). On July 11, 1968, part of the old location of FM 149 was transferred to FM 1488. On May 30, 2019, a proposed bypass around Magnolia was designated; when the bypass is completed, the old route of FM 1488 will be redesignated as Business FM 1488-P. Part of the bypass will be concurrent with the extension of SH 249, which is currently under construction.
FM 1488 has no known historical association to the 14/88 racial slogan.
Farm to Market Road 1489 is located in Fort Bend and Waller counties. It runs from US 90 near Brookshire to FM 1952.
FM 1489 was designated on July 22, 1949 from US 90, 0.8 mile west of Brookshire southwest 5.6 miles to the Fort Bend County line. On December 17, 1952 the road was extended south 3.7 miles to FM 1093. On June 27, 1963 the road was extended south 5.7 miles to SH 36 at Orchard, replacing FM 2758. On September 1, 1968 the road was extended south 2.6 miles to FM 1952.
Farm to Market Road 1495 (FM 1495) is a state highway in the U.S. state of Texas. FM 1495, not to be confused with FM 1459, which is in the same county, begins FM 523 south of the Dow Chemical plants. Taking a southeast-to-south route, the highway crosses the old Brazos River, passing the Storm Surge Lock to the west of the bridge. Becoming navigation Boulevard, FM 1495 continues through the East End of Freeport, passing the Port of Freeport and intersecting with SH 36 and SH 288 (the concurrent highways end at FM 1459). Then making a turn to the southeast, the highway crosses the Intracoastal Waterway, giving drivers a view of the beach and the Gulf of Mexico. The road's terminus is at the end of the bridge with a four-way stop at County Road 723, Quintana's main road. Continuing past the stop sign takes drivers onto Freeport/Bryan Beach.
FM 1495 was designated on September 21, 1955, from SH 36 to the Gulf of Mexico. On May 6, 1964, the route was extended north around the eastern edge of Freeport to FM 523, which is its current terminus.
FM 1495 once crossed the Intracoastal Waterway via a swing bridge. The bridge was replaced in 2003 due to concerns of Hurricane Evacuation and Emergency Personnel.
The original FM 1495 was designated on July 22, 1949, from US 190 west 2.2 miles to a road intersection. On October 26, 1954, the road was extended southwest to FM 580. FM 1495 was cancelled on September 2, 1955, and transferred to FM 581.