Farm to Market Road 3400 (or FM 3400) is located entirely in McLennan County.
FM 3400 begins at an intersection with FM 434 in Robinson. The highway travels north along University Parks Drive through more rural areas of the county and enters Waco near SH 6/Loop 340 before ending at another intersection with FM 434.
FM 3400 was designated on September 29, 1977 along the current route. On June 27, 1995, the entire road was internally re-designated as Urban Road 3400 by TxDOT.
Farm to Market Road 3401 (or FM 3401) is a short farm-to-market road located entirely in the town of Groesbeck. At a length of just 0.304 miles (0.489 km), FM 3401 is one of the shortest highways in the state.
The highway's southern terminus is at SH 14 (South Ellis Street) near Groesbeck Elementary and Middle Schools. FM 3401 runs northwest along Elwood Enge Drive before ending at Farm to Market Road 2489 (Big Hill Road).
FM 3401 was designated on September 29, 1977 on its current route.
Farm to Market Road 3402 was a designation applied to a highway in DeWitt County. No highway currently uses the FM 3402 designation.
FM 3402 was designated on September 29, 1977 from US 87 in Cuero to a point 2.3 miles west. On October 26, 1983 the road was extended west 1.5 miles to US 87. FM 3402 was cancelled by district request on June 3, 1994 and became a portion of SH 72.
Farm to Market Road 3407 was a designation applied to a highway in Hays County. No highway currently uses the FM 3407 designation.
FM 3407 was designated on September 29, 1977 from FM 2439, 1.6 miles southwest of RM 12, southeast 1.9 miles to SH 123 south of San Marcos. After it was extended to RM 12, FM 3407 was cancelled on June 24, 2010 and redesignated as RM 12.
The original FM 3409 was designated on September 29, 1977 from SH 35 in Rockport, 0.8 mile southwest of FM 881, to a point 1.8 miles north. FM 3409 was cancelled on March 19, 1980 at the request of officials of Aransas County and Rockport.
Farm to Market Road 3412 (or FM 3412) is a former highway in Texas. It ran about 1.8 miles (2.9 km) from FM 1378 northwest of Wylie to FM 2514 near downtown Wylie. It was wholly within the city limits of Wylie. It was changed to UR 3412 in 1995 by Texas Department of Transportation and is being widened. A portion of route from FM 2514 to SH 78 was transferred to FM 2514 in 2009.
FM 3412 began at an intersection with FM 1378 in Wylie, Collin County, heading east on two-lane undivided West Brown Street. The road headed through a mix of fields and woods with some commercial development. Farther east, the highway headed into residential areas with some businesses. FM 3412 crossed a Kansas City Southern railroad line before ending at FM 2514.
FM 3412 was designated on September 29, 1977 to run from FM 544 near Murphy east to SH 78 in Wylie. On January 9, 1978, the two highways switched alignments, with FM 3412 running from FM 1378 east to SH 78 in Wylie. FM 3412 was designated as Urban Road 3412 on June 27, 1995. The section of FM 3412 from FM 1378 to FM 2514 was cancelled on November 20, 2008. The remainder of the route was transferred to FM 2514 on May 28, 2009.
Farm to Market Road 3423 (FM 3423) is located entirely in Bell County in the town of Harker Heights. The highway is known locally as Indian Trail.
FM 3423 begins at a junction with I-14 / US 190 near a retail center. North of Clore Road, the highway travels through a less developed area of the town before ending at an intersection with Bus. US 190.
FM 3423 was designated on October 21, 1981 along its current route. The entire highway was internally re-designated as Urban Road 3423 by TxDOT in 1995.
FM 3428 begins at an intersection with Gilbert Road west of Lake Nocona in Montague County, where the road heads south as Keck Reynolds Road. From this intersection, the highway heads north as an unnamed two-lane undivided road, running through open farm fields. FM 3428 intersects FM 1106, which heads east to provide access to Lake Nocona, before ending at a junction with FM 2634. North of this intersection, the road continues north as Carpenter Road.
FM 3428 was designated onto its current alignment on October 21, 1981.
Farm to Market Road 3431 (or FM 3431) is located entirely in Lubbock County.
FM 3431 begins at an intersection with FM 1585 near a winery. The highway travels north through a mostly rural area of the county just outside of Lubbock. FM 3431 enters the Lubbock city limits and ends at an intersection with US 84 near the Montford Unit.
FM 3431 was designated on October 27, 1994 along the current route.
FM 3431 was first designated on October 21, 1981, running from FM 1263 near Aspermont eastward to the Salt Fork Brazos River at a distance of approximately 5.0 miles (8.0 km). Another section from Sandlin Community east 2.5 miles (4.0 km) to FM 1835 was designatedon October 23, 1983, creating a gap. FM 3431 was cancelled on October 7, 1987, with the mileage being transferred to FM 1835.
Farm to Market Road 3436 is located in Galveston County. It runs from FM 517 in Texas City to FM 646 (future SH 99) near Bacliff.
FM 3436 was designated on January 28, 1982 from FM 517 and Avenue B in San Leon south to FM 517 in Texas City as a replacement of a section of FM 517. On July 20, 1982 a 5.9 mile section from FM 517 in Texas City to FM 646 near Bacliff was transferred to FM 646. On June 30, 1995 the entire route was transferred to UR 3436.
Farm to Market Road 3438 (FM 3438) is a farm to market road in the U.S. state of Texas that is located on the west side of Abilene. FM 3438 begins at U.S. Highway 277 (US 277) near the Quail Hollow subdivision and travels to the north and passes to the east of Dyess Air Force Base before ending at I‑20. A section of FM 3438 has frontage roads. They are located between Hartford Street to US 84 for the northbound lanes, and between Military Drive and US 84 on the southbound lanes. These frontage roads are a continuation of the frontage roads on eastbound US 84.
FM 3438 was designated on September 22, 1982, from US 277 northward 2.9 miles (4.7 km) to the south end of Spur 312. On August 18, 1987, FM 3438 extended north 0.8 miles (1.3 km) to Loop 355 (now Business I-20), replacing Spur 312. On August 29, 1989, FM 3438 extended north to I-20, completing its current route.
Farm to Market Road 3442 (or FM 3442) is a farm to market road in the U.S. state of Texas that is located in the southern portion of Cooke County. FM 3442 begins at FM 3002 and travels to the south before ending at the Denton County line, whereupon it continues as a local road for approximately 1/4 mile before ending at another local road.
FM 3442 was designated on October 26, 1983 on its current route.
The original FM 3451 was designated on October 26, 1983 from FM 2412, 1 mile east of Levita, north 5.5 miles to SH 36, but was cancelled on August 29, 1984 after Coryell County court voted in December 1983 to discontinue the project.
Farm to Market Road 3464 was a designation applied to a highway in Webb County. No highway currently uses the FM 3464 designation.
FM 3464 was designated on October 26, 1983 from FM 1472, 2.5 miles northwest of Laredo, east 1.5 miles to IH 35. On April 1, 1988 the road was extended east 2 miles, replacing FM 3488. On June 30, 1995 the entire route was transferred to UR 3464. UR 3464 was cancelled on June 29, 2000: the section from 0.33 mile west of IH 35 west to UR 1472 was returned to Laredo and the remainder of UR 3464 became Loop 20.
The original FM 3468 was designated on July 24, 1984 from Loop 1604, 2.9 miles south of US 87, southeast 1.6 miles to the Wilson County line. FM 3468 was cancelled on March 30, 1988 by district request and transferred to FM 3432.
Farm to Market Road 3470 (FM 3470) is located entirely in Bell County in the city of Killeen. The highway is known locally as the Stan Schlueter Loop.
FM 3470 begins at an intersection with SH 201 near the Killeen–Fort Hood Regional Airport. The highway runs through an area that features a mix of residential and commercial properties and has a junction with SH 195. FM 3470 continues to run through commercial and residential areas and has a junction with I-14 / US 190 just before ending at an intersection with FM 2410.
FM 3470 was designated on August 25, 1985, running from US 190 east of Killeen near Nolan Road, westward and northward to near Clear Creek Road west of Killeen at a distance of 7.8 miles (12.6 km). On July 19, 1989, the highway was re-aligned, running from US 190 at Clear Creek Road, southward, eastward, and northward to US 190 at Elms Road at a distance of 8.9 miles (14.3 km). All of FM 3470 was internally re-designated as Urban Road 3470 by TxDOT on June 27, 1995. The section of highway along Clear Creek Road was transferred to SH 201 on January 31, 2002.
Farm to Market Road 3473 (FM 3473) is a former highway that was located in Franklin County. No highway currently uses the FM 3473 designation.
FM 3473 was designated on February 26, 1986, running from SH 37 southwestward to US 67 in Mount Vernon at a distance of 1.5 miles (2.4 km). The highway was cancelled on February 27, 1997, with the mileage being transferred to SH 37.
FM 3478 was originally designated on September 24, 1986 from US 377 west of Granbury to FM 51 north of Granbury, with a distance of 4.2 miles. This FM 3478 was cancelled on November 25, 1986, and was redesignated as Loop 567.
Farm to Market Road 3479 (or FM 3479) is a short farm to market road in northern Fort Worth, Texas. FM 3479 begins at FM 156 in northern Fort Worth. It travels east and then north along Harmon Road East, and is a two-lane roadway for its entire length. The route passes through rural, undeveloped portions of the city before ending at an interchange with the US 81 / US 287 freeway.
FM 3479 was designated on December 22,?1986, along its current route. Despite being a relatively rural route, TxDOT internally transferred the mileage of the highway to Urban Road 3479 (UR 3479) in 1995; as with other urban roads, signage still uses the traditional Farm Road marker.
FM 3487 was first designated on April 30, 1987, running from FM 3031 to FM 2042 at a distance of approximately 3.0 miles (4.8 km). The route was cancelled and combined with FM 2042 on August 4, 1988.
The second FM 3487 was designated on December 30, 1988, running from FM 471 to I-410/SH 16. The highway was internally re-designated as Urban Road 3487 by TxDOT on June 27, 1995. The designation, along with those of several other routes in Bexar County, was canceled on December 18, 2014 and control was returned to the city of San Antonio.