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List of Farm to Market Roads in Texas (700–799)

  (Redirected from Ranch to Market Road 783)

Farm to Market Roads in Texas, United States 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
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 700Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 700
LocationHoward County
Length10.920 mi[1] (17.574 km)
ExistedNovember 8, 1946–present

Farm to Market Road 700 is located in Howard County. It runs from Business I-20 in Big Spring to US 87 north of Big Spring.

FM 700 was designated on November 8, 1946, from US 80 (now I-20 Bus.) west of Big Spring to the north boundary of the Air Force Training School Area. This was formerly War Highway 14 from 1942 to 1946. On October 16, 1951, the road was extended east 2.5 miles to US 87, replacing a section of PR 8. On July 16, 1957, the road was extended east and north 4.3 miles. On September 27, 1960, the road was extended north 3.9 miles to SH 350. On June 15, 1961, the northern terminus was relocated to FM 669 and SH 350, shortening the route by 1 mile. On August 30, 1988, a 2.2-mile section from SH 350 west to US 87 was added.

Junction list

The entire route is in Howard County.

Locationmi[2]kmDestinationsNotes
Big Spring0.00.0  BL I-20
2.13.4  US 87 – Big Spring, San AngeloInterchange
6.09.7  I-20 – Midland, Colorado CityI-20 exit 181A
8.814.2  SH 350 – Big Spring, Snyder
8.914.3  FM 669 north – Gail
10.917.5  US 87 – Big Spring, Lamesa
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 701Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 701
LocationYoung and Stephens counties
Length16.168 mi[3] (26.020 km)
ExistedOctober 15, 1946–present

FM 702Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 702
LocationColeman County
Length4.491 mi[4] (7.228 km)
ExistedJuly 31, 1946–present

FM 703Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 703
LocationWest Texas
ExistedNovember 8, 1946[5]–December 18, 1990

Farm to Market Road 703 was a designation applied to a highway in West Texas. No highway uses the FM 703 designation now.

FM 703 was designated on November 8, 1946 from Kermit to the Andrews County line. On May 7, 1948 the road was extended northeast 46.9 miles to the Dawson, Gaines, and Martin County lines. On January 27, 1949 the road was extended to Lamesa. On September 28, 1949 the road was rerouted to SH 349 at Patricia, completing its routing. On October 21, 1952, FM 703 was signed (but not designated) as part of SH 115. FM 703 was cancelled on August 29, 1990 as the SH 115 designation became official.

FM 704Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 704
LocationJones County
Length3.073 mi[6] (4.946 km)
ExistedJanuary 22, 1947–present

Farm to Market Road 704 is located in Jones County. It runs from SH 6 southwest of Stamford east and north to FM 142.

FM 704 was designated on January 22, 1947, from US 380 (now SH 6) southeast of Stamford to Stamford Airport. on October 31, 1958, the road was extended east and north to FM 142, bringing the highway to its final length.

FM 705Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 705
LocationSan Augustine County
Length22.367 mi[7] (35.996 km)
ExistedSeptember 17, 1946–present

FM 706Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 706
LocationAngelina County
Length6.960 mi[8] (11.201 km)
ExistedFebruary 14, 1947–present

FM 707Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 707
LocationJones and Taylor counties
Length34.502 mi[9] (55.526 km)
ExistedDecember 10, 1946[9]–present

Farm to Market Road 707 is located in Jones and Taylor counties. It runs from US 83 south of Anson to IH 20 in Tye. It runs to the west of Dyess Air Force Base.

FM 707 was designated on December 10, 1946, from the east boundary of Camp Barkley east to US 83. It had been War Highway 7. On May 23, 1951, the road was extended north 12.7 miles to a junction with FM 708, replacing it to the Jones County Line. On November 20, 1951, the road was extended to FM 605. On February 20, 1952, the road was extended north to US 83, replacing FM 1227 and creating a concurrency with FM 605.[10] On November 24, 1959, the road was extended east 2.4 miles to FM 1750. On January 31, 1973, a spur connection to US 83 and US 84 was added. On June 27, 1995, the section of FM 707 from IH 20 to UR 1750 and the spur connection were transferred to UR 707.

Junction list
CountyLocationmi[11]kmDestinationsNotes
TaylorAbilene0.00.0  FM 1750
1.62.6  Spur 707 west
2.23.5   US 83 / US 84 – Coleman, Anson
4.87.7  FM 89 (Buffalo Gap Road) – Buffalo Gap
Caps9.214.8  US 277 – San Angelo, Abilene
Tye15.524.9  BL I-20 (North Street)
15.625.1   I-20 / US 84 – Sweetwater, AbileneI-20 exit 277
Jones22.536.2  FM 605 westSouth end of FM 605 overlap
24.238.9  FM 605 east – HawleyNorth end of FM 605 overlap
27.544.3  FM 1812 north – Noodle
34.856.0  FM 2746 westSouth end of FM 2746 overlap
34.956.2  FM 2746 eastNorth end of FM 2746 overlap
Anson36.158.1   US 83 / US 277 – Anson, Abilene
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 708Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 708
LocationBosque County
Length8.771 mi[12] (14.116 km)
ExistedJuly 25, 1951–present

Farm to Market Road 708 is located in Bosque County. It runs from FM 219 near Clinton southeast to FM 56 near Cayote.

FM 708 was designated on July 25, 1951, on the current route.

FM 708 (1946)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 708
LocationTaylor County
ExistedDecember 10, 1946–July 11, 1951

The original FM 708 was designated on December 10, 1946, from US 80 (now IH 20) at Tye to SH 158 at Caps. On July 14, 1949, the road was extended north to the Jones County line. FM 708 was cancelled on July 11, 1951, and combined with FM 707.

FM 709Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 709
LocationNavarro County
Length36.187 mi[13] (58.237 km)
ExistedFebruary 20, 1947–present

Farm to Market Road 709 is located in Navarro County. It runs from SH 31 in Corsicana to SH 31 west of Dawson. There is a brief concurrency with SH 31 in Dawson.

FM 709 was designated on February 20, 1947, from SH 31 at Dawson via Pickett to an intersection with SH 31 in Corsicana. On November 10, 1947, the road was extended north to a re-routed SH 31, replacing Spur 138. On October 29, 1962, the road was extended north from SH 31, creating a concurrency with SH 31 and replacing a section of FM 639. On June 1, 1965, the road was extended west and south 7.8 miles to SH 31, bringing the highway to its final length.

FM 710Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 710
LocationWharton and Jackson counties
Length9.995 mi[14] (16.085 km)
ExistedDecember 10, 1946–present

FM 711Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 711
LocationSan Augustine and Shelby counties
Length19.996 mi[15] (32.180 km)
ExistedMay 23, 1951–present

Farm to Market Road 711 is located in San Augustine and Shelby counties. It runs from US 96 at San Augustine to SH 7 southwest of Center.

FM 711 was designated on May 23, 1951, from the new location of US 96 near San Augustine northwest 4.1 miles to a road intersection. On August 24, 1955, the road was extended northwest 3.5 miles to a road intersection. On October 31, 1958, the road was extended 10 miles to FM 1821, and the 3.7-mile FM 1821 was combined, extending the road to SH 7.

FM 711 (1946)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 711
LocationFalls County
ExistedDecember 10, 1946–December 10, 1946

The original FM 711 was designated on December 10, 1946, from SH 139 (now SH 7) at or near Chilton to Satin. FM 711 was cancelled once it was completed.

FM 712Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 712
LocationFalls County
Length5.728 mi[16] (9.218 km)
ExistedDecember 19, 1959[16]–present

Farm to Market Road 712 (FM 712) is a state highway in the U.S. state of Texas that stays within Falls County. The highway begins at Farm to Market Road 2027 (FM 2027), crosses the Brazos River and ends at State Loop 23 (Loop 23) south of Marlin.

FM 712 begins at a four-way intersection with FM 2027 about 5.0 miles (8.0 km) northeast of Lott. The continuation of the road to the southwest, which ends in Lott, is called Falls Road. From its start point, FM 712 goes east-northeast a distance of 2.6 miles (4.2 km) to a bridge over the Brazos River.[17] There is a county park and historical marker on the east side of the bridge that commemorates Sarahville de Viesca, the short-lived capital of Robertson's Colony.[18] FM 712 intersects with County Road 301 0.4 miles (0.6 km) past the bridge where it changes direction to the northeast. The highway passes County Road 302 on the left and the William P. Hobby Unit, a state prison for women, on the right. Continuing northeast, FM 712 crosses a railroad and intersects with County Road 287. The highway passes County Road 285 and ends at Loop 23 about 0.9 miles (1.4 km) south of the Marlin city limit. The highway is two lanes wide for its entire length.[17]

The designation of FM 712 in its current location occurred on December 19, 1959. It was a rerouting and a renumbering of part of FM 147. The highway started at SH 6 south of Marlin and continued 2.9 miles (4.7 km) southwest to a road junction. On November 15, 1973, FM 712 was extended an additional 3.2 miles (5.1 km) to FM 2027 at Carter Munsch Church. On November 30, 1978, the highway's designation was altered to start at FM 2027, go northeast, and end at Loop 23 (now Bus. SH 6) south of Marlin.[16]

Junction list

The entire route is in Falls County.

LocationmikmDestinationsNotes
  FM 2027 – Cedar Springs
Bridge over the Brazos River
 
  Bus. SH 6 – Marlin
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 712 (1946)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 712
LocationFalls County
ExistedDecember 10, 1946–December 10, 1946

The first use of the FM 712 designation was on December 10, 1946, from FM 107 at or near Mooreville north 1.5 miles toward Cottonwood. This route was cancelled once it was completed.

FM 712 (1951-1958)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 712
LocationHill County
ExistedMay 23, 1951–October 31, 1958

The next use of the FM 712 designation was on May 23, 1951, from US 81 in Itasca northeast 5.2 miles. On December 17, 1951, the western terminus was moved to FM 66 though the highway had the same mileage. On December 17, 1952, the road was extended 4.1 miles to US 81. FM 712 was cancelled on October 31, 1958, and transferred to FM 67.

FM 713Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 713
LocationBastrop and Caldwell counties
Length19.517 mi[19] (31.410 km)
ExistedMay 1, 1947–present

FM 714Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 714
LocationMcCulloch County
Length1.858 mi[20] (2.990 km)
ExistedApril 30, 1947–present

FM 715Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 715
LocationMidland County
Length5.368 mi[21] (8.639 km)
ExistedApril 30, 1947–present

Farm to Market Road 715 is located in Midland County. It runs from SH 140 south 5.3 miles to FM 1213.

FM 715 was designated on April 30, 1947, from SH 158 (now SH 140), 2 miles south of Midland, south 5.5 miles.

FM 716Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 716
LocationDuval and Jim Wells counties
Length27.244 mi[22] (43.845 km)
ExistedAugust 1, 1947–present

FM 717Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 717
LocationEastland and Stephens counties
Length29.552 mi[23] (47.559 km)
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947–present

FM 718Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 718
LocationTarrant and Wise counties
Length10.523 mi[24] (16.935 km)
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947–present

Farm to Market Road 718 is a farm-to-market road located in Tarrant and Wise counties.

The highway begins in northwestern Fort Worth in the Avondale area. FM 718's southern terminus is at US 81/US 287/Bus. US 287. The highway travels northwest through Newark, passing just east of Lake Worth. FM 718's northern terminus is at an intersection with SH 114 in Aurora.

FM 718 was designated on September 9, 1947, on the current route.

Junction list
CountyLocationmi[25]kmDestinationsNotes
TarrantFort Worth0.00.0     
    US 81 / US 287 / Bus. US 287 south
Newark3.15.0  FM 1220 south – Lake Worth
Wise4.67.4  FM 3433 north – Rhome
Aurora10.516.9  SH 114 – Boyd, Rhome
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 719Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 719
LocationKarnes County
Length0.927 mi[26] (1.492 km)
ExistedJuly 17, 1954–present

Farm to Market Road 719 is located in Karnes County. It runs from US 181 north of Kenedy east to FM 792.

FM 719 was designated on July 17, 1954, on the current route.

FM 719 (1947)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 719
LocationJackson County
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947–January 16, 1953

The original FM 719 was designated on September 9, 1947, from US 59, 2.5 miles east of Edna, north through Cordele at a total distance of 16 miles. FM 719 was cancelled on December 17, 1952, and transferred to FM 530.

FM 720Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 720
LocationDenton County
Length9.625 mi[27] (15.490 km)
ExistedOctober 17, 1947–present

Farm to Market Road 720 (FM 720) is a farm to market road in Denton County, Texas.[28]

FM 720 is a suburban road that begins at US 380 just west of the Lincoln Park town limits.[29] It travels southward, through Oak Point, before turning to the southeast and entering Little Elm. It merges onto eastbound El Dorado Parkway, while the Parkway westbound connects with the Lewisville Lake Toll Bridge and the city of Lake Dallas. The route continues northeast and east, as the main thoroughfare through Little Elm. In eastern Little Elm, El Dorado Parkway branches off to the north, while FM 720 continues east to its terminus at FM 423.[28]

FM 720 was first designated in neighboring Collin County on October 17, 1947; it replaced an old alignment of SH 24 between SH 289 and US 75, connecting Frisco and McKinney. On September 9, 1955, the route was extended into Denton County, to the new alignment of SH 24 (which would become US 380 in 1977), replacing FM 388 from SH 24 to FM 423 and portions of FM 423 from Old SH 24 to FM 388. On June 30, 1958, the section from US 75 east to SH 5 was cancelled. The route was truncated on August 30, 2001, when the portion from FM 2478 to US 75 was mostly removed from the state highway system. On January 31, 2002, a segment in east Frisco between SH 289 and FM 2478 was retained on the system and redesignated as FM 3537, while the section from FM 423 to SH 289 was removed from the state highway system, bringing the route of FM 720 to its current length.[28]

Junction list

The entire route is in Denton County.

LocationmikmDestinationsNotes
Lincoln Park  US 380 (University Drive)
Little ElmEldorado Parkway to Lewisville Lake Toll Bridge
Bridge over Lewisville Lake
  FM 423
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 721Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 721
LocationMoore County
Length0.519 mi[30] (0.835 km)
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947–present

FM 722Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 722
LocationMoore and Hartley counties
Length24.738 mi[31] (39.812 km)
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947–present

FM 723Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 723
LocationFort Bend County
Length9.581 mi[32] (15.419 km)
ExistedAugust 1, 1947 (1947-08-01)[32]–present

Farm to Market Road 723 (FM 723) is a state highway in the U.S. state of Texas that stays within Fort Bend County. The highway begins at U.S. Route 90 Alternate (US 90A) and State Highway 36 (SH 36) in Rosenberg, goes directly north and ends at FM 1093 south of Katy.

FM 723 starts at the intersection of US 90A (Avenue H) and SH 36 (First Street) in Rosenberg and heads north on First Street. After one block, FM 723 crosses over multiple railroad tracks via the John H. Arredondo Bridge. On the north side of the bridge, there is a traffic signal at Avenue D. The highway, which is also called Houston Street, goes past Brazos Park and crosses the Brazos River by a bridge 0.5 miles (0.8 km) north of its starting point. Leaving the river behind, FM 723 passes through a rural landscape with an occasional subdivision. At a distance 4.0 miles (6.4 km) from the start, there are three school buildings belonging to the Lamar Consolidated Independent School District on the east side of the highway. From south to north, these are Werthimer Middle School, Briscoe Junior High School and John and Randolph Foster High School. There is a state historical marker in front of the high school. After passing the schools, FM 723 intersects with FM 359 at a traffic light 4.9 miles (7.9 km) from its start. The highway crosses Jones Creek 0.4 miles (0.6 km) north of FM 359 and proceeds an additional 3.3 miles (5.3 km) to a traffic signal at Bellaire Boulevard and Fulshear-Gaston Road. After another 0.8 miles (1.3 km), FM 723 ends at a traffic light at FM 1093. The continuation of the road north into a suburban area is called Spring Green Boulevard.[33]

FM 723 was designated on August 1, 1947, to start from Rosenberg and run about 5.2 miles (8.4 km) north to FM 359. On June 1, 1965, the highway was extended about 4.8 miles (7.7 km) from FM 359 to FM 1093. The intersection with FM 1093 was 2.0 miles (3.2 km) east of FM 1463.[32]

Junction list

The entire route is in Fort Bend County.

LocationmikmDestinationsNotes
Rosenberg  
   Alt. US 90 (Avenue H) / SH 36 (1st Street)
  FM 359 – Pecan Grove
   FM 1093 (Westheimer Road) to Westpark Tollway
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 724Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 724
LocationSmith County
Length9.391 mi[34] (15.113 km)
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947–present

FM 725Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 725
LocationComal and Guadalupe counties
Length16.099 mi[35] (25.909 km)
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947–present

Farm to Market Road 725 (FM 725) is a 16.099 mi (25.909 km) farm-to-market road in Comal and Guadalupe counties, Texas.[35]

FM 725 begins at an intersection with FM 467 in south Seguin, near its junction with SH 123 Business.[35] The route travels west to an intersection with SH 46 before leaving Seguin and making a dogleg to the north-northwest. Just outside the Seguin city limits, FM 725 intersects US 90 and has a junction with IH 10 at its Exit #604. The route has a brief concurrency with FM 78 in McQueeney before resuming a northward direction and passing Lake McQueeney before entering New Braunfels.[36] In New Braunfels, FM 725 (known as Seguin Avenue) has a junction with IH 35 at its Exit #187. The FM 725 designation ends at an intersection with IH 35 Business/SH 46 Business, the former route of US 81 in New Braunfels.[35][37]

FM 725 was designated in Guadalupe County on September 9, 1947; its southern terminus was at FM 78 in McQueeney, and its northern terminus was at the Comal County line. On December 16, 1948, the designation was extended into Comal County, to US 81 in New Braunfels. The southward extension from FM 78 to US 90 occurred on September 20, 1961. The route was lengthened to the south, to Leissner Road (the location of the current dogleg in the route west of Seguin), on January 5, 1971. The extension to FM 467 was made on November 3, 1972, bringing FM 725 to its current routing.[35]

The designation indicates a break in FM 725 at FM 78; however, signage in the area indicates a concurrency.[35]

Junction list
CountyLocationmikmDestinationsNotes
GuadalupeSeguin  FM 467 – La Vernia
  SH 46 – New Braunfels, Stockdale
  US 90 – San Antonio, Seguin
Seguin  I-10 – San Antonio, HoustonI-10 exit 604
McQueeney  FM 78 west – MarionSouth end of FM 78 overlap
  FM 78 east – SeguinNorth end of FM 78 overlap
ComalNew Braunfels  I-35 – San Antonio, San MarcosI-35 exit 187
  
   BL I-35 (Elliot Knox Boulevard) / Bus. SH 46 west (Seguin Avenue)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 726Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 726
LocationMarion, Harrison and Upshur counties
Length29.601 mi[38] (47.638 km)
ExistedOctober 25, 1947–present

Farm to Market Road 726 is located in Marion, Harrison and Upshur counties. It runs from FM 729 near French Creek to US 271.

FM 726 was designated on October 25, 1947, from SH 49, 3 miles northwest of Jefferson, southwest 6 miles. On November 18, 1953, a 1.6-mile section was transferred to FM 729. On November 21, 1956, the road was extended west along the Ferrells Bridge Dam to FM 450. On September 27, 1960, the road was extended west 3.5 miles from FM 450 to a road intersection, creating a concurrency with FM 450. On June 28, 1963, the road was extended southwest to US 271, replacing FM 1973 and creating concurrencies with SH 154 and FM 1650. On September 30, 1974, the northern terminus was relocated, shortening the route by 1.6 miles.

FM 727Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 727
LocationMarion County
Length6.322 mi[39] (10.174 km)
ExistedOctober 25, 1947–present

Farm to Market Road 727 is located in Marion County. It runs from SH 49 southeast of Smithland south to Caddo Lake.

FM 727 was designated on October 25, 1947, on the current route.

FM 728Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 728
LocationMarion County
Length3.636 mi[40] (5.852 km)
ExistedOctober 25, 1947–present

Farm to Market Road 728 is located in Marion County. It runs from SH 49, 1.5 miles northwest of Jefferson, to Berea.

FM 728 was designated on October 25, 1947, on the current route.

FM 729Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 729
LocationMorris and Marion counties
Length22.312 mi[41] (35.908 km)
ExistedOctober 25, 1947–present

Farm to Market Road 729 is located in Morris and Marion counties. It runs from SH 26 at the Lone Star Steel Plant southeast to SH 49 near Jefferson.

FM 729 was designated on October 25, 1947, from FM 726 northwest of Jefferson west 7.5 miles. On July 15, 1949, the road was extended to the new location of SH 155. On November 20, 1951, the road was extended northwest 5.5 miles to SH 26. On November 18, 1953, the road was extended southeast to SH 49, replacing a section of FM 726.

FM 730Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 730
LocationParker, Tarrant, Wise and Montague counties
Length57.872 mi[42] (93.136 km)
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947–present

Farm to Market Road 730 or FM 730 is a two-lane, state-maintained highway connecting various farming areas of Montague, Wise, Parker, and Tarrant Counties.

FM 730 was designated On September 9, 1947, from SH 199 at Azle to the Wise County line. On May 23, 1951, the road was extended north to SH 114 at Boyd. On February 6, 1953, the road was extended north to SH 24 (now US 380), replacing FM 1882. On November 21, 1956, the road was extended north 7.4 miles to a road intersection and a gap was added at Boyd. On June 2, 1967, the road was extended northeast 6.4 miles to a road intersection. On September 5, 1973, the road was extended northeast 3.5 miles to the Montague County line. On October 26, 1983, a section from FM 455 to the Wise County line was added. On December 20, 1984, the road was extended southwest to US 80 (now US 180), replacing FM 1707.

FM 730 terminates at FM 455 near Forestburg in Montague County at its northern end and at US 180 in Weatherford at its southern end.

Junction list
CountyLocationmikmDestinationsNotes
ParkerWeatherford  US 180 – Mineral Wells, Fort WorthFormer US 80
  FM 1886 east – Lakeside, Lake Worth
Azle  Loop 344 (Main Street)
  SH 199 west – JacksboroSouth end of SH 199 overlap
Tarrant  SH 199 east – Fort Worth, Lake WorthNorth end of SH 199 overlap
  FM 1542 west (Reno Road) – Reno
  FM 2257 south (Knob Hill Road)
WiseBriar  FM 2048 west
Boyd  SH 114 west – BridgeportSouth end of SH 114 overlap
  SH 114 east – RhomeNorth end of SH 114 overlap
Decatur   US 81 / US 287 – Bowie, Fort WorthInterchange
  FM 51 south – SpringtownSouth end of FM 51 overlap
  FM 51 north – GainesvilleNorth end of FM 51 overlap
       
    Bus. US 81 / Bus. US 287 / Bus. US 380
  US 380 – Bridgeport, DentonInterchange
Montague  FM 455 – Forestburg, Sanger
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 731Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 731
LocationJohnsonTarrant counties
Length15.332 mi[43] (24.674 km)
Existed1947–present

Farm to Market Road 731 runs from Farm to Market Road 917 just south of Burleson to Interstate 20 in southern Fort Worth. The section of FM 731 from State Highway 174 to Interstate 20 is internally signed by the Texas Department of Transportation as Urban Road 731.[44]

FM 731 begins at an intersection with FM 917 south of Burleson and east of Joshua. The highway travels north to Burleson, running along the town's eastern border. FM 731 enters Crowley, intersecting with Farm to Market Road 1187 and runs through the center of town. Development along the highway becomes more sparse before entering Fort Worth at Risinger Road. FM 731 runs through a heavily developed area of the city's southside before ending at Interstate 20.

FM 731 was designated on September 9, 1947, from the then-proposed Fort Worth Southwest Loop south to Crowley. On October 26, 1950, FM 731 was extended north to US 81 at Kellis Street. On October 13, 1954, FM 731 extended west and south to FM 917. On November 22, 1955, the section west of FM 1187 became part of FM 1187, and the section south of FM 1187 was renumbered FM 1902. On August 11, 1958, the section from I-820 (now I-20) to US 81 was cancelled. On May 6, 1964, FM 731 was extended south to FM 917, replacing FM 2233 and FM 2035. On June 27, 1995, the section from SH 174 to I-20 was transferred to Urban Road 731.

Junction list
CountyLocationmi[45]kmDestinationsNotes
Johnson0.00.0  FM 917 – Joshua
Burleson4.57.2  SH 174 (SW Wilshire Boulevard) – Cleburne
TarrantCrowley8.313.4  FM 1187 (Crowley-Plover Road)
9.214.8  Bus. FM 1187 (Main Street)
Fort Worth15.324.6  I-20 (Southwest Loop 820)I-20 exit 436A
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 732Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 732
LocationCameron County
Length6.021 mi[46] (9.690 km)
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947–present

FM 733Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 733
LocationCameron County
Length3.229 mi[47] (5.197 km)
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947–present

FM 734Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 734
LocationTravis and Williamson counties
Length19.284 mi[48] (31.035 km)
ExistedApril 25, 1978–present

Farm to Market Road 734 is located in Travis and Williamson counties. It runs from RM 1431 south and southeast to US 290.

FM 734 was designated on April 25, 1978, from FM 1325 southeast to Loop 275. On April 23, 1981, the road was extended northwest to RM 620. On October 24, 1985, a 4.5-mile section from RM 620 to RM 1431 was added. On May 16, 1988, a 7.5-mile section from Loop 275 to US 290 was added. The final change was on June 27, 1995, when the entire route was transferred to UR 734.

FM 734 (1947)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 734
LocationMcCulloch, Mason, San Saba and Llano counties
ExistedNovember 18, 1947–March 16, 1961

The original FM 734 was designated on November 18, 1947, from US 87 at Brady southeast via Voca to the Mason County line. On October 29, 1948, the road was extended southeast to FM 386 at Fredonia. On May 28, 1952, the road was extended southeast to SH 29 northwest of Llano, replacing a section of RM 386 (which was changed from FM 386). On May 22, 1958, the route was rerouted out of Voca, shortening the route by 0.1 mile. On April 30, 1959, the western terminus was relocated south of Brady and the former route was transferred to FM 2309.[49] On March 16, 1961, FM 734 was changed to RM 734.

RM 734Edit

 

Ranch to Market Road 734
LocationMcCulloch, Mason, San Saba and Llano counties
ExistedMarch 16, 1961–September 1, 1965

On March 16, 1961, the FM 734 designation was changed to RM 734. RM 734 was cancelled on September 1, 1965, and transferred to State Highway 71, though signage was not changed until January 1, 1966.[50]

FM 735Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 735
LocationJim Wells County
Length9.744 mi[51] (15.681 km)
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947–present

FM 736Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 736
LocationOrange County
Length0.298 mi[52] (0.480 km)
ExistedSeptember 27, 1960–present

Farm to Market Road 736 is located in Orange County. It runs from FM 3247 (formerly FM 1130),[53] east 0.3 miles.

FM 736 was designated on September 27, 1960, from FM 1134 (later FM 1130, now FM 3247) east 0.3 miles.

FM 736 (1947)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 736
LocationJim Wells and Nueces counties
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947–November 2, 1955

The original FM 736 was designated on September 9, 1947, from Alice east to the Nueces County line. On July 14, 1949, the road was extended east 1.9 miles. FM 736 was cancelled on November 2, 1955, and transferred to FM 665, though signage was not changed until the 1956 travel map was published.

FM 737Edit

Farm to Market Road 737 is a designation that has been used twice. There is currently no highway using the FM 737 designation.

FM 737 (1947–1949)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 737
LocationJim Wells County
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947–January 27, 1949

The original FM 737 was designated on September 9, 1947, from US 59 at Alfred west to US 281. The county was unable to secure the right of way for FM 737 and it was cancelled 18 months later.

FM 737 (1951–1971)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 737
LocationHill and Limestone counties
ExistedMay 23, 1951–July 15, 1971

The next use of the FM 737 designation was on May 23, 1951, from FM 308 near Birome to SH 31 at Mount Calm. On November 13, 1953, the road was extended to FM 73 at Prairie Hill, replacing FM 1662 and creating a concurrency with SH 31. On December 3, 1964, the road was extended southeast to US 84, creating a concurrency with FM 73. On June 2, 1967, the road was extended northwest to FM 2114. FM 737 was cancelled on July 15, 1971, and combined with FM 339.

FM 738Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 738
LocationJim Wells County
Length7.805 mi[54] (12.561 km)
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947–present

FM 739Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 739
LocationNavarro County
Length2.871 mi[55] (4.620 km)
ExistedSeptember 21, 1955–present

FM 739 (1947)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 739
LocationJim Wells County
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947–January 14, 1952

The first FM 739 was designated on September 9, 1947, from US 59 at Sandia southeast to the Nueces County line. FM 739 was cancelled on January 14, 1952, and transferred to FM 70.

FM 740Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 740
LocationKaufman, Rockwall Counties
Length19.657 mi[56] (31.635 km)
Existed1947[56]–present

Farm to Market Road 740 (FM 740), is a FM highway in the U.S. state of Texas. The road runs through more rural land while in Kaufman County; in Rockwall County, the road serves many residents that live on the east shore of Lake Ray Hubbard.

The highway is notorious among locals for its many sharp turns and curves.

FM 740 starts at the Kaufman-Dallas county line between Seagoville and Forney. The road continues south as Malloy Bridge Road, which runs to I-45 in Wilmer. There is no signage marking the end of FM 740, much less a sign noting the county line. FM 740 runs northeast to I-20 in the easternmost part of Mesquite. FM 740 makes two right angle turns just north of I-20. The first is at FM 548, where northbound traffic must turn right to continue on FM 740 and southbound traffic must stop. The second is about a 1/4 mile northwest of FM 548 at County Road 202.

The highway enters Forney as South Bois d' Arc Street. Near the town square 740 runs a short distance with FM 688 (an old alignment of US 80) before turning north on Pinson Road. FM 740 intersects US 80 before turning left, running out of Forney.

Entering Rockwall County, the highway enters Heath. 740 turns right at FM 1140, where the latter runs closer to the shore of Lake Ray Hubbard. FM 740 enters Rockwall, intersecting I-30 before terminating at SH 205.

FM 740 was designated on September 9, 1947 from the Rockwall County Line across US 80 to the Dallas County Line. On July 15, 1949, FM 740 extended north to FM 550. On November 4, 1955, the section of FM 550 from FM 740 to US 67 was transferred to FM 740. On April 30, 1959, FM 740 replaced part of the old location of US 80, the rest on the east became a spur connection. The west section of old US 80 was removed from the system. On January 8, 1960, the section of FM 740 on old US 80 and FM 740 spur connection were redesignated as part of the new FM 688. On June 28, 1963, FM 740 extended north to SH 205. On February 26, 1986, FM 740 was shifted to the west. The old route was cancelled and removed from the state highway system; this would be transferred to FM 548 in 1998. On June 27, 1995, the section from FM 1140 to SH 205 became an urban road.[57] On February 22, 2018, the section from FM 688 to FM 741 was given to the city of Forney.[58]

FM 740 in Heath is being widened from two lanes to four lanes. The 1.5-mile expansion is between FM 549 and FM 1140.[59] The project was approved in 2012 with a budget of $12 million.[60] On February 22, 2018, the section from FM 688 to FM 741 was removed from the state highway system.[61]

Major intersections
CountyLocationmi[62]kmDestinationsNotes
DallasKaufman
county line
Seagoville0.00.0Malloy Bridge Road – SeagovilleSouthern terminus; continues south as Malloy Bridge Road
KaufmanMesquite1.32.1  FM 2757 east
1.42.3  I-20 – Dallas, ShreveportI-20 exit 487
2.64.2  FM 548 north – Royse City
Forney5.38.5  FM 741 south (College Avenue) – Crandall
5.89.3  FM 688 east (Broad Street) – TerrellSouth end of FM 688 overlap
6.19.8  FM 688 west (Broad Street)North end of FM 688 overlap
6.410.3  US 80 – Dallas, Terrell
8.814.2   FM 460 west (Clements Drive) to US 80
RockwallHeath13.421.6  FM 1140 north (Smirl Drive)
13.822.2   FM 549 north (Buffalo Way) / FM 550 east (McLendon Road) – McLendon-Chisholm
15.224.5  FM 1140 south (Smirl Drive)
Rockwall17.528.2  FM 3097 south (Horizon Road)
17.828.6  I-30 (US 67) – Dallas, GreenvilleI-30 exit 67B
19.731.7  SH 205 (Goliad Street) – Rockwall, TerrellNorthern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 741Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 741
LocationKaufman County
Length9.841 mi[63] (15.838 km)
Existed1947–present

FM 741 begins at an interchange with U.S. Route 175 in Crandall and runs to Farm to Market Road 740 in Forney. The section of road in Forney is known locally as College Avenue.

FM 741 was designated on September 9, 1947 on its current route. On February 26, 1986, FM 741 extended north from old location FM 740 (now an extension of FM 548) to new location FM 740.

Major intersections

The entire route is in Kaufman County.

Locationmi[64]kmDestinationsNotes
Crandall0.00.0  US 175 – Seagoville, Kaufman
2.03.2  FM 2757 west
5.79.2  I-20 – Dallas, ShreveportI-20 exit 490
6.310.1  FM 2932 south
Forney8.513.7  FM 548 – Seagoville, Royse City
9.915.9  FM 740 (South Bois d'Arc Street) – Seagoville, Rockwall
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 742Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 742
LocationWaco
Length0.175 mi[65] (0.282 km)
ExistedMay 7, 1970 [65]–present

Farm to Market Road 742 (FM 742) is a Farm to Market Road located entirely in the city of Waco and is part of Chappel Hill Road through its length.

The highway begins at its southern terminus, Spur 484, in Waco, as a two-lane, paved, asphalt road. From there, FM 742 travels in a northeasterly direction on Chappel Hill Road, crossing over a railroad track[66] and continuing on with businesses on the northwest side and a field on the southeast. FM 742 reaches its northern terminus at Old Marlin Road after a distance of 0.175 miles (282 m).[67] Chappel Hill Road continues northeast for another 1.3 miles (2.1 km) without the FM 742 designation, passing several homes and fields before reaching its northern terminus at Loop 340.[66][68]

On May 7, 1970, FM 742 was designated on its current route in far eastern Waco.[65] FM 742 is erroneously listed as the shortest route in Texas's Farm/Ranch to Market Road system, at just 0.175 miles (282 m). The shortest route in Texas's Farm/Ranch to Market Road system is actually FM 122.[69]

Major intersections

The entire route is in Waco, McLennan County.

mikmDestinationsNotes
0.00.0  Spur 484 (Marlin Highway)
0.20.32Old Marlin Road
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 742 (1947)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 742
LocationKarnes County
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947–February 15, 1970

The first FM 742 was designated on September 9, 1947, from FM 81, 3 miles north of Runge to a dead end point just past a junction with Karnes County Road 317. FM 742 was cancelled on February 15, 1970, and combined with FM 627.

FM 743Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 743
LocationKarnes County
Length17.221 mi[70] (27.715 km)
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947–present

FM 744Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 744
LocationHill and Navarro counties
Length27.278 mi[71] (43.900 km)
ExistedMay 23, 1951–present

FM 744 (1947)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 744
LocationKarnes County
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947–January 6, 1950

The first FM 744 was designated on September 9, 1947, from US 181 at Hobson south 5 miles. On March 31, 1948, the section from Hobson to SH 123 was added. FM 744 was cancelled on January 6, 1950, and combined with FM 81.

FM 745Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 745
LocationLeon County
Length0.444 mi[72] (0.715 km)
ExistedNovember 26, 1969–present

FM 745 (1947)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 745
LocationBailey and Lamb counties
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947–November 1, 1968

The original FM 745 was designated on September 9, 1947, from SH 214, 9 miles south of Muleshoe, east to the Lamb County line. On December 17, 1952, the road was extended east 2.6 miles to US 84. FM 745 was cancelled on November 1, 1968, and combined with FM 746.

FM 746Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 746
LocationBailey and Lamb counties
Length31.457 mi[73] (50.625 km)
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947–present

FM 747Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 747
LocationCherokee County
Length21.03 mi[74][nb 1] (33.84 km)
Existed1947[74]–present

Farm to Market Road 747, or FM 747, in eastern Texas (USA), runs about 21.03 miles (33.84 km) from an intersection with US 84 west of Maydelle, north to a multiplex west of Jacksonville, then west (but still signed north) to a county road east of the border of Cherokee and Anderson counties.

FM 747 has no local street names. Mostly rural, the landscape along the road is mainly hilly with trees and farms. The west shore of Lake Jacksonville can be seen for a portion of FM 747, looking east, for a short span south of US 79. The road has 2 lanes and no shoulders for its entire length. All of FM 747 is in west-central Cherokee County.

The road was commissioned in September 1947, and has gone through four changes since. It is unclear when any part of FM 747 was constructed to completion. The Minute Order on September 9, 1947 was for FM 747 to be 8.2 miles (13.2 km) from southwest of Jacksonville to US 79 in Jacksonville. October 25, 1947 was the next dated Minute Order, adding 0.9 miles (1.4 km) further southwest. On July 14, 1949, another Minute Order added 7.2 miles (11.6 km), bringing FM 747 further south to an intersection with US 84 west of Maydelle. The change of FM 747's northern terminus was the subject of the August 1957 Minute Order, this took FM 747 outside Jacksonville (to make way for the construction of Lake Jacksonville) to a new terminus point on US 79. Finally, the road took its current shape with a Minute Order on October 31, 1957, which added a 6.5 miles (10.5 km) western extension north of US 79.[74] The road serves the communities of Pierces Chapel and New Hope. The road connects the rural area to US 79 which goes east (but is signed north) to Jacksonville and west (but is signed south) to Palestine. FM 747 intersects with various county roads, its multiplex with US 79, and US 84, its southern terminus. A Union Pacific rail line also crosses the road just north of US 79.

Major intersections

The entire route is in Cherokee County.

Locationmi[75]kmDestinationsNotes
0.00.0  US 84 – Maydelle, Palestine
14.823.8  US 79 north – JacksonvilleSouth end of US 79 overlap
15.224.5  US 79 south – PalestineNorth end of US 79 overlap
21.434.4County Road 3315
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 748Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 748
LocationGray and Roberts counties
Length10.465 mi[73] (16.842 km)
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947–present

FM 749Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 749
LocationGray County
Length12.738 mi[76] (20.500 km)
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947–present

FM 750Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 750
LocationGray County
Length2.265 mi[76] (3.645 km)
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947–present

FM 751Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 751
LocationHunt and Van Zandt counties
Length15.601 mi[77] (25.107 km)
Existed1948–present

Farm to Market Road 751 starts at a junction with FM 47 in Wills Point and heads north crossing Lake Tawakoni in two places and through Hawk Cove before it comes to an end at a junction with FM 35 and State Highway 276 near Quinlan.

FM 751 was designated on September 9, 1947, from US 80 in Wills Point northward 8.3 miles to a road intersection. On December 3, 1957, FM 751 extended north to its current end.

Junction list
CountyLocationmikmDestinationsNotes
Van ZandtWills Point  FM 47 – Wills Point, Point
Hunt  FM 429 south – Ables Springs, Terrell
White Point Causeway over Lake Tawakoni
Quinlan  SH 276 – Quinlan, Emory
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 752Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 752
LocationAltoRusk
Length13.83 mi[78] (22.26 km)
Existed1947[78]–present

Farm to Market Road 752, or FM 752, in the eastern part of Texas (USA), runs about 13.83 miles (22.26 km) from an intersection with TX 294 in Alto, north past 2 intersections to downtown Rusk where it intersects FM 23, Loop 62, and US 84/TX 110. The road is located in central Cherokee County. Originally, FM 752 was shorter due to the commission in the Minute Order on September 9, 1947; its southern terminus was 7.8 miles (12.6 km) south of Rusk, then north to downtown Rusk. A January 31, 1972, Administrative Authority order added 6.5 miles (10.5 km) more from another road, FM 2139 (current designation is RM 2139), which brought the southern terminus down to Alto.

FM 752 has three local street names: Quincy Avenue and Palestine Street in Alto, and Main Street in Rusk. Urban at each terminus and largely rural for the rest of its length, FM 752 passes by a landscape of rolling hills of trees and farmland. All of FM 752 has 2 lanes and no shoulders.

FM 752 was commissioned on September 9, 1947. It is unclear when any part of FM 752 was built. The road serves just the towns of Alto and Rusk. The southern terminus intersection connects to TX 294, which goes west to Elkhart and is a short distance from TX 21, which goes east to Nacogdoches and southwest to Crockett. The northern terminus connects to US 84, which goes east to Reklaw and Mount Enterprise, and west to Palestine) and TX 110, going north to New Summerfield and Troup; Loop 62 connects to 2 different intersections of US 69. FM 752 has intersections, besides those at county roads, at FM 241 just south of Rusk, FM 343 on the south side of Rusk, and its termini in Alto and Rusk.

Junction list

The entire route is in Cherokee County.

LocationmikmDestinationsNotes
Alto  SH 294 – Elkhart, NacogdochesSouthern terminus
  FM 241 south
Rusk  FM 343 – Atoy
  FM 23 south
  Loop 62 southSouth end of Loop 62 overlap
   US 84 / Loop 62 north – Palestine, Mount EnterpriseNorthern terminus; north end of Loop 62 overlap
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 753Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 753
LocationHenderson County
Length12.274 mi[79] (19.753 km)
ExistedOctober 25, 1947–present

Farm to Market Road 753 (FM 753) is a farm to market road located near Athens in eastern Texas.

The highway was first designated on October 25, 1947, running from State Highway 31 to FM 59. On December 17, 1952, the highway was extended further east to its current eastern terminus at State Highway 19.

FM 753 begins at an intersection with SH 31 in Crescent Heights, between Malakoff and Athens. The highway runs south before making a nearly 90 degree turn near County Road 1205, running in a more eastward direction. FM 753 has an intersection with FM 59 and turns northeast at County Road 1108. The highway has an intersection with RM 2970 and turns more into a northward direction before ending at an intersection with SH 19.

Junction list

The entire route is in Henderson County.

Locationmi[80]kmDestinationsNotes
Crescent Heights0.00.0  SH 31 – Corsicana, Athens
3.04.8  FM 2494 north – Athens
6.610.6  FM 59 – Athens, Cayuga
8.413.5  RM 2970 south – Clements Scout Ranch
12.319.8  SH 19 – Athens, Palestine
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 754Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 754
LocationBrooks County
Length2.426 mi[81] (3.904 km)
ExistedDecember 17, 1947–present

FM 755Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 755
LocationBrooks and Starr counties
Length60.692 mi[82] (97.674 km)
ExistedDecember 17, 1947–present

FM 756Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 756
LocationSmith County
Length9.512 mi[83] (15.308 km)
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947–present

Farm to Market Road 756 is located in Smith County. It runs from FM 346 south to FM 344.

FM 756 was designated on September 9, 1947, from SH 110 near the south city limits of Tyler south to FM 346 west of Whitehouse. On July 14, 1949, the road was extended south 3.4 miles to FM 344. On July 31 1962, the northern terminus was relocated to Loop 323, shortening the route by 2.1 miles. The final change was on June 27, 1995, when the Loop 323–FM 346 section was transferred to UR 756.

FM 757Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 757
LocationSmith County
Length7.428 mi[84] (11.954 km)
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947–present

Farm to Market Road 757, or FM 757, is a road that runs from SH 31 to FM 16 at Starrville in Smith County.

FM 757 begins at an intersection with SH 31 in Smith County, where the road continues south as CR 21 (Red Bird Road). From this intersection, the route heads north on a two-lane undivided road, heading through wooded areas with some small fields and homes. The highway crosses FM 2767 and continues through more rural areas. FM 757 heads into a mix of farmland and woodland as it comes to an interchange with I-20. Past this interchange, the road runs between farms to the west and woods to the east, intersecting the western terminus of FM 1252 before crossing US 271. FM 757 runs through more agricultural and wooded areas, ending at an intersection with FM 16 in Starrville.[84][85][86]

The route (former War Highway 17) was designated on September 9, 1947 from US 271 to SH 31. On October 29, 1948, FM 757 was extended 1.8 miles from Starrville to US 271. The final change came on June 28, 1963, when FM 757 was extended to a rerouted SH 31, bringing FM 757 to its current configuration.[84]

FM 758Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 758
LocationGuadalupe County
Length6.637 mi[87] (10.681 km)
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947–present

FM 759Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 759
LocationHansford and Ochiltree counties
Length21.806 mi[88] (35.093 km)
ExistedDecember 17, 1947–present

FM 760Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 760
LocationHansford County
Length13.009 mi[89] (20.936 km)
ExistedJuly 11, 1949–present

FM 760 (1947)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 760
LocationHutchinson and Hansford counties
ExistedDecember 17, 1947–October 28, 1948

The original FM 760 was designated on December 17, 1947, from FM 759 at or near Spearman south to the Hutchinson County line. FM 760 was cancelled on October 28, 1948, and combined with FM 279. In 1949, FM 279 was rerouted off of this road, and this road was redesignated as FM 760 again.

FM 761Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 761
LocationReeves County
Length2.51 mi[90] (4.04 km)
Existed1948[90]–present

Farm to Market Road 761 (FM 761) is a Farm to Market Road in the U.S. state of Texas maintained by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT). The 2.5-mile (4.0 km) route begins at State Highway 17 (SH 17) and follows city streets within the city of Pecos in Reeves County ending at Business Interstate 20-B (Bus. I-20-B).

FM 761 begins at SH 17 and follows southeast along Stafford Boulevard, a two-lane street, passing Reeves County Hospital before turning northeast onto South Eddy Street. At that point it becomes a mixed residential and commercial five-lane street including a center left-turn lane. Beyond West Walthall Street, the route turns toward the northwest passing the Pecos Technical Training Center of Odessa College. Beyond West 7th Street the roadway becomes a three-lane street with a left-turn lane before terminating at Bus. I-20-B.[91][92][93]

FM 761 was designated on January 27, 1948 as a 2.2-mile (3.5 km) highway from SH 17 along its current path on Stafford Boulevard and Eddy Street terminating at 8th Street. The route was extended to its current end at Bus. I-10-B on August 26, 1989.[90]

FM 762Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 762
LocationFort Bend County
Length21.328 mi[94] (34.324 km)
ExistedDecember 17, 1947 (1947-12-17)[94]–present

Farm to Market Road 762 (FM 762) is a state highway in the U.S. state of Texas that stays within Fort Bend County. The highway begins at FM 1462 south of Brazos Bend State Park, zig-zags in a northerly direction, crosses Interstate 69 (I-69)/U.S. Route 59 (US 59) at exit 101 & ends at U.S. Route 90 Alternate (US 90A) in Richmond.

FM 762 begins at a stop sign on FM 1462. At the intersection, southbound traffic on FM 762 can use a right-hand curve to access FM 1462 going west. After traveling 1.3 miles (2.1 km) north of the starting point, there is an intersection with Texas Park Road 72 at the entrance of Brazos Bend State Park. From the state park, FM 762 heads north, west, north and northwest for 5.9 miles (9.5 km) before reaching a three-way junction with FM 1994. In the northwesterly stretch, the highway crosses Big Creek and passes under electric transmission lines. At the intersection, FM 762 turns sharply to the northeast, then northwest, then northeast again before passing the George Ranch and curving to the north-northwest. The highway passes the George Ranch High School of the Lamar Consolidated Independent School District before crossing the BNSF Railway tracks and arriving at a stoplight-controlled intersection with FM 2759. From FM 1994 to FM 2759 at Crabb is a distance of 8.8 miles (14.2 km). At the intersection, FM 762 turns sharply left and parallels the BNSF tracks to the west-northwest for 2.5 miles (4.0 km) before coming to a stoplight at FM 2977. As highway starts to curve to the northwest, it crosses a bridge over I-69/US 59 at a distance of 0.3 miles (0.5 km) from the junction with FM 2977. There are shopping centers on the west side of the highway on both sides of I-69/US 59, which is locally called the Southwest Freeway. I-69/US 59 may be accessed in both directions via entrance ramps on the east side of FM 762. From I-69/US 59 at exit 103B, FM 762 heads to the northwest alongside the railroad tracks for 1.2 miles (1.9 km) to reach the traffic signal at FM 1640. The George Memorial Library is located on the east side of the intersection. From FM 1640, the highway continues 1.3 miles (2.1 km) nearly north to the stoplight on US 90A at Jackson Street. There is also a spur connection which turns east onto Austin Street for several blocks, then north on Second Street to terminate at the west end of the Brazos River bridge on US 90A.[95]

FM 762 was designated on December 17, 1947, to start from US 59 at Richmond, go first to Crabb and then south to the Tadpole Road in the direction of Long Point. The total distance was 14.6 miles (23.5 km) and the leg from Crabb to the south was 8.9 miles (14.3 km) in length.[94] The end location was at the 2013 site of the intersection of FM 762 and FM 1994.[note 1] Note that a 1955 map shows that US 59 shared the same route that is used by US 90A in 2013, which is about 3.0 miles (4.8 km) north of the 2013 path of US 59.[96] On July 22, 1949, FM 762 was extended 4.4 miles (7.1 km) toward Long Point.[94]

On May 23, 1951, FM 762 was extended south approximately 10.0 miles (16.1 km) to the county line and then an additional 1.4 miles (2.3 km) into Brazoria County to SH 36 near Damon. At that time, the highway's total distance was 30.1 miles (48.4 km). On October 10, 1961, the last 7.1 miles (11.4 km) segment of the highway going northeast from Damon was transferred to FM 1462. The total length of the highway was 21.3 miles (34.3 km) in 1961. On August 27, 1963, a 0.7 miles (1.1 km) spur connection in Richmond was made by routing the highway east on Austin Street and north on South 2nd Street to US 59 (now US 90A).[94]

FM 763Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 763
LocationNueces County
Length7.088 mi[97] (11.407 km)
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947[97]–present

FM 764Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 764
LocationHenderson County
Length1.897 mi[98] (3.053 km)
ExistedOctober 25, 1947[98]–present

FM 765Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 765
LocationTom Green, Concho, McCulloch, and San Saba counties
Length88.837 mi[99] (142.969 km)
ExistedJanuary 27, 1948[99]–present

FM 766Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 766
LocationDeWitt County
Length16.704 mi[100] (26.882 km)
ExistedFebruary 27, 1948[100]–present

FM 767Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 767
LocationHartley County
Length36.007 mi[101] (57.948 km)
ExistedDecember 17, 1947[101]–present

FM 768Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 768
LocationCherokee County
Length16.392 mi[102] (26.380 km)
Existed1947[102]–present

Farm to Market Road 768 (FM 768) is a farm-to-market road in the eastern part of the U.S. state of Texas. It travels approximately 16.39 miles (26.38 km) from an intersection with US 84/TX 110 in Rusk north through Gallatin, then northwestward into Jacksonville where it intersects US 69. The road is located in north-central Cherokee County.

FM 768 has five local street names: Henderson Street in Rusk; Chandler Street and 1st Avenue (at its concurrence with FM  22) in Gallatin; and Corinth Road, Beaumont Street, and Adams Street in Jacksonville. The highway is an urban at each terminus and mostly rural for the rest of its length. FM 768 passes by a landscape of rolling hills of trees and farmland. While somewhat winding between Rusk and Gallatin, FM 768 is much more so with several twisty corners between Gallatin and Jacksonville. All of FM 768 has 2 lanes and no shoulders.

The first section of FM 768, from the US 69 intersection southeastward for 8.3 miles (13.4 km) was commissioned by Minute Order on September 9, 1947, then another Minute Order added on October 28, 1953, 2.4 miles (3.9 km) more, intersecting the road with FM 22 in Gallatin. On April 21, 1958, FM 854 was cancelled and the mileage added to FM 768's to extend the road to Rusk. It is unclear, exactly when any part of FM 768 was built. The road serves just the 3 towns of Rusk, Gallatin, and Jacksonville. The southern terminus connects to US 84/SH 110. The northern terminus intersection connects to US 69. FM 768 only has intersections at county roads, besides its concurrency with FM 22 in Gallatin, its crossing of Loop 456, and its termini.

FM 769Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 769
LocationYoakum and Cochran counties
Length41.721 mi[103] (67.143 km)
ExistedNovember 18, 1947[103]–present

Farm to Market Road 769, Farm Road 769, or FM 769, also known as State Line Rd., is a Farm to Market Road in the U.S. state of Texas maintained by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT). The 42-mile (68 km) road runs along the New Mexico state line in Yoakum and Cochran counties from SH 83 near Denver City to SH 125 near Bledsoe and passes through the small community of Bronco. The road has major intersections with US 82, US 380, and FM 1585. FM 769 was formerly part of a much longer route that included the current SH 125 and was unofficially signed as SH 125 for several decades.

FM 769 begins at SH 83 near the point where SH 83 crosses the New Mexico state line and meets NM 132 west of Denver City in southwestern Yoakum County. FM 769 continues northward closely following the state line and crossing US 82[104] southwest of Plains.[105] The road continues north along the state link intersecting US 380 at Bronco northwest of Plains before crossing into Cochran County.[105] The road then intersects FM 1585 before the road ends at SH 125 near the point where SH 125 meets NM 125 southwest of Bledsoe.[106] FM 769 passes through mostly agricultural lands and oil and gas fields across the largely flat and featureless terrain of the Llano Estacado.[107][108][109]

FM 769 was designated on November 18, 1947 from US 290 (now SH 114) at Whiteface to SH 214 in Lehman.[103] On April 1, 1948, the road was extended to the New Mexico state line the following year,[103] while also being extended 10 miles (16 km) south from Whiteface[103][110] to an intersection with a road that two years later would become FM 301[111]. On October 18, 1948 the road was extended north 0.36 mile to SH 24 (now SH 114), replacing Spur 74. On December 17, 1952 the road was extended south 9.7 miles along the New Mexico state line to a road intersection.[103]

On March 30, 1955 FM 769 was signed (but not designated) as SH 125[112] as it connected with NM 125 at the state line. On November 2, 1955 the section from SH 116 (now SH 114) near Whiteface south to FM 301 was transferred to FM 1780.[103]On May 2, 1962, the road was extended south 23.7 miles to FM 1077 (now US 82), replacing FM 2010.[103] The route was extended 8.5 miles (13.7 km) farther south along the state line to SH 83 west of Denver City on January 26, 1969.[103]

The SH 125 state highway designation became official on August 29, 1990,[112] and the FM 769 designation was erroneously eliminated.[103] However, this was corrected so that only the portion east of the state line became SH 125.[103]

Junction list
CountyLocationmi[113]kmDestinationsNotes
Yoakum0.00.0  SH 83 – Lovington, Denver City
8.613.8  US 82 – Lovington, Plains
20.232.5  US 380 – Tatum, Plains
Cochran37.159.7  FM 1585 east
41.767.1  SH 125 – Tatum, Bledsoe
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 770Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 770
LocationHardin and Liberty counties
Length38.599 mi[114] (62.119 km)
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947[114]–present

FM 771Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 771
LocationKleberg County
Length9.229 mi[115] (14.853 km)
ExistedFebruary 27, 1948[115]–present

FM 772Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 772
LocationKleberg County
Length21.011 mi[116] (33.814 km)
ExistedFebruary 27, 1948[116]–present

FM 773Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 773
LocationVan Zandt and Henderson counties
Length23.995 mi[117] (38.616 km)
ExistedOctober 25, 1947[117]–present

FM 774Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 774
LocationRefugio County
Length31.467 mi[118] (50.641 km)
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947[118]–present

FM 775Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 775
LocationGuadalupe and Wilson counties
Length31.499 mi[119] (50.693 km)
ExistedSeptember 9, 1947[119]–present

FM 776Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 776
LocationJasper County
Length2.206 mi[120] (3.550 km)
ExistedDecember 17, 1947[120]–present

FM 777Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 777
LocationJasper County
Length15.574 mi[121] (25.064 km)
ExistedDecember 17, 1947[121]–present

FM 778Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 778
LocationWood County
Length15.564 mi[122] (25.048 km)
ExistedDecember 17, 1947[122]–present

FM 779Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 779
LocationRains and Wood counties
Length24.316 mi[123] (39.133 km)
ExistedDecember 17, 1947[123]–present

FM 780Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 780
LocationEllis County
Length4.993 mi[124] (8.035 km)
ExistedApril 1, 1948[124]–present

FM 781Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 781
LocationAndrews County
ExistedMay 7, 1948–August 28, 1990

Farm to Market Road 781 was a designation applied to a highway in Andrews County. No highway uses the FM 781 designation now.

FM 781 was designated on May 7, 1948, from the Texas/New Mexico state line east to FM 703 (now SH 115), 19 miles southwest of Andrews. On August 30, 1955, FM 781 was signed (but not designated) as SH 128.[125] FM 781 was cancelled on August 28, 1990 as the SH 128 designation became official.

FM 782Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 782
LocationRusk County
Length18.509 mi[126] (29.787 km)
ExistedFebruary 27, 1948[126]–present

FM 783Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 783
LocationKerr and Gillespie counties
ExistedMay 7, 1948–September 29, 1954

Farm to Market Road 783 (or FM 783) was designated on May 7, 1948, from US 290 in Harper to SH 27 in Kerrville. On October 28, 1953, FM 783 was extended northeast 6.5 miles. On September 28, 1954, FM 783 was extended north to FM 648 at Doss and changed to RM 783.

RM 783Edit

 

Ranch to Market Road 783
LocationKerr, Gillespie, Mason counties
Length48.788 mi[127][nb 2] (78.517 km)
ExistedSeptember 29, 1954[127]–present

Ranch to Market Road 783 (or RM 783) is a ranch-to-market road located in the Texas Hill Country.

RM 783 begins in Kerrville at an intersection with SH 27 (Junction Highway). RM 783 runs through west Kerrville and is known locally as Harper Road. The highway leaves the city just north of Holdsworth Drive and crosses Interstate 10 shortly thereafter. Just after crossing Interstate 10, RM 783 passes near the corporate office of James Avery Craftsman. The highway runs through rural and hilly areas of Kerr and Gillespie counties before arriving in the town of Harper, sharing an overlap with U.S. Route 290. After leaving the town, RM 783 runs through more hilly and rural areas of Gillespie County before entering Mason County, ending at an intersection with U.S. Route 87 southeast of Mason.

RM 783 was designated on September 29, 1954, as a redesignation of FM 783, going from SH 27 in Kerrville to FM 648 at Doss. On October 1, 1956, RM 783 extended north to US 87, replacing a portion of FM 648, which was redesignated as RM 648 that same day.

Junction list
CountyLocationmi[128]kmDestinationsNotes
KerrKerrville0.00.0  SH 27 (Junction Highway) – Ingram, Comfort
2.33.7  I-10 – Junction, San AntonioI-10 exit 505
GillespieHarper20.032.2  US 290 west – JunctionSouth end of US 290 overlap
20.432.8   US 290 east / FM 2093 east – Fredericksburg, TivydaleNorth end of US 290 overlap
Doss34.655.7  RM 648 east – Hilltop
Mason49.279.2  US 87 – Mason, Fredericksburg
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 784Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 784
LocationHale and Floyd counties
Length21.789 mi[129] (35.066 km)
ExistedMay 7, 1948[129]–present

FM 785Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 785
LocationCass County
Length2.744 mi[130] (4.416 km)
ExistedNovember 21, 1956[130]–present

FM 785 was designated on November 21, 1956, from FM 251 north to FM 74 in Queen City. On June 26, 1967, FM 785 extended south to FM 249 over old location FM 251.

FM 785 (1948–1953)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 785
LocationFloyd County
ExistedMay 7, 1948–October 28, 1953

FM 785 was first designated in 1948, running from SH 207 east 6 miles to the Cedar Hill School in Floyd County. On December 17, 1952, the highway was extended northeast 10.6 miles to a road intersection. This FM 785 was cancelled on October 28, 1953, with the mileage being transferred to FM 97.[131]

FM 785 (1954)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 785
LocationCass County
ExistedOctober 13, 1954–November 21, 1956

FM 785 was designated again on October 13, 1954, running from FM 130 to FM 1399. This designation was cancelled on November 21, 1956, with the mileage being transferred to FM 995, with the FM 785 designation being reused on its current route in the same county.[132]

FM 786Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 786
LocationFloyd County
Length14.251 mi[133] (22.935 km)
ExistedMay 7, 1948[133]–present

FM 787Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 787
LocationLiberty and Hardin counties
Length41.94 mi[134] (67.50 km)
ExistedJune 2, 1948[134]–present

FM 787 (short-lived 1948)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 787
LocationFloyd County
ExistedMay 7, 1948–less than a month later

This FM 787 was designated on May 7, 1948, from Lockney northward to Lone Star School. This FM 787 was shortly transferred to FM 598 (now FM 378).

FM 788Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 788
LocationHale and Floyd counties
Length26.191 mi[135] (42.150 km)
ExistedMay 7, 1948[135]–present

FM 789Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 789
LocationLubbock and Hale counties
Length41.282 mi[136][nb 3] (66.437 km)
ExistedMay 7, 1948[136]–present

Farm to Market Road 789 is an FM highway located in Lubbock and Hale counties.

FM 789 begins at an intersection with Farm to Market Road 40 near Acuff. The highway travels north before sharing an overlap with US 62/US 82/SH 114 between Idalou and Ralls. Leaving the concurrency, FM 789 continues to run north before entering the town of Petersburg, where the highway has a short overlap with Farm to Market Road 54. Leaving its overlap with FM 54, the highway runs north through rural areas of eastern Hale County before reaching its northern terminus at US 70 between Plainview and Lockney.

FM 789 was designated on May 7, 1948, from US 70 southward and eastward 6.8 miles to a road intersection south of Bellview School. On December 2, 1953, FM 789 extended south to 1 mile west of Estacado, replacing FM 1314. On October 31, 1957, FM 789 extended south to US 62. On July 28, 1959, FM 789 was rerouted 1 mile to the west, so that the section from FM 1527's previous end west 1 mile was transferred to FM 1527, the section from FM 1527 to US 62 was cancelled, and FM 789 was rerouted south on a road 1 mile west of the previous road. On May 5, 1966, FM 789 extended south to FM 40.

Junction list
CountyLocationmi[137]kmDestinationsNotes
Lubbock0.00.0  FM 40 – Lubbock
5.08.0    US 62 west / US 82 west / SH 114 west – Idalou, LubbockSouth end of US 62/US 82/SH 114 overlap
6.09.7    US 62 east / US 82 / SH 114 east – Ralls, CrosbytonNorth end of US 62/US 82/SH 114 overlap
11.518.5  FM 1527 east
HalePetersburg20.633.2  FM 54 westSouth end of FM 54 overlap
20.933.6  FM 54 eastNorth end of FM 54 overlap
24.940.1  FM 37 eastSouth end of FM 37 overlap
25.741.4  FM 37 westNorth end of FM 37 overlap
29.247.0  FM 784 east – LockneySouth end of FM 784 overlap
30.849.6  FM 784 westNorth end of FM 784 overlap
36.057.9  FM 2883 – Lockney
42.668.6  US 70 – Plainview, Floydada
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 790Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 790
LocationDimmit County
Length1.485 mi[138] (2.390 km)
ExistedMay 7, 1948[138]–present

FM 791Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 791
LocationMcMullen, Atascosa, and Karnes counties
Length44.057 mi[139] (70.903 km)
ExistedMay 31, 1948[139]–present

FM 792Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 792
LocationKarnes County
Length8.471 mi[140] (13.633 km)
ExistedMarch 31, 1948[140]–present

FM 793Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 793
LocationEl Paso County
Length1.906 mi[141] (3.067 km)
ExistedOctober 31, 1958[141]–present

Farm to Market Road 793 is a short farm-to-market road located entirely in Fabens. The highway is known locally as Fabens Road.

FM 793 begins at an intersection with Farm to Market Road 76 a few blocks northeast of SH 20. The highway travels northeast through Fabens, passing near the Fabens Airport. FM 793 ends at I-10 on the town's northeastern boundary.

FM 793 was designated on October 31, 1958 on its current route.

Junction list

The entire route is in Fabens, El Paso County.

mi[142]kmDestinationsNotes
0.00.0   FM 76 (Camp Street) to SH 20 – El Paso
1.93.1  I-10 – El Paso, Van HornI-10 exit 49
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 793 (1948–1950)Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 793
LocationGonzales County
ExistedJune 1, 1948–April 28, 1950

FM 793 was previously designated on June 1, 1948, running from SH 200 east to Nickel. This routing of FM 793 was cancelled in 1950, with the mileage being transferred to Farm to Market Road 532.[143]

FM 794Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 794
LocationGonzales County
Length11.308 mi[144] (18.198 km)
ExistedJune 1, 1948[144]–present

FM 795Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 795
LocationGonzales County
Length3.188 mi[145] (5.131 km)
ExistedJune 1, 1948[145]–present

FM 796Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 796
LocationBee and San Patricio counties
Length33.432 mi[146] (53.804 km)
ExistedFebruary 27, 1948[146]–present

FM 797Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 797
LocationBee County
Length8.975 mi[147] (14.444 km)
ExistedFebruary 27, 1948[147]–present

FM 798Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 798
LocationBee County
Length13.155 mi[148] (21.171 km)
ExistedFebruary 27, 1948[148]–present

FM 799Edit

 

Farm to Market Road 799
LocationBee and Live Oak counties
Length27.888 mi[149] (44.881 km)
ExistedFebruary 27, 1948[149]–present

NotesEdit

  1. ^ The certified length given is shorter than the actual mileage, as the TxDOT description of FM 747 considers it to be discontinuous at rather than concurrent with US 79.
  2. ^ The certified length given is shorter than the actual mileage, as the TxDOT description of RM 783 considers it to be discontinuous at rather than concurrent with US 290 in Harper.
  3. ^ The certified length given is shorter than the actual mileage, as the TxDOT description of FM 789 considers it to be discontinuous at rather than concurrent with US 62/US 82/SH 114 and FM 54.

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  1. ^ This was determined by measuring 8.9 miles of map distance on the 2013 highway starting from Crabb.