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Texas State Highway 152

State Highway 152 or SH 152 is a Texas state highway that runs from Dumas east to the Oklahoma border. The route was originally designated in 1930 between Pampa and Wheeler, but was extended both west (replacing State Highway 209 from Pampa to Borger) and east to its current termini in 1938.

State Highway 152 marker

State Highway 152
Route information
Maintained by TxDOT
Length108.60 mi[1] (174.77 km)
Major junctions
West endUS 87.svgUS 287.svg US 87/US 287 in Dumas
 US 60.svg US 60
US 83.svg US 83
East endOklahoma State Highway 152.svg OK 152
Highway system
SH 151SH 153

Route descriptionEdit

SH 152 begins at an intersection with an intersection with US 87 and US 287 in Dumas, and travels east through farmland along the outside northern edge of the Canadian River valley. It reaches large oil reserves before reaching Stinnett and an intersection with Texas State Highway 136 and Texas State Highway 207. All three routes travel south out of Stinnett 10 miles to Borger. The route continues southeast through oil country before returning to fertile farmlands just west of Pampa, where it joins up with U.S. Route 60. The two routes continue east out of Pampa for about 10 miles before SH 152 splits off and continues due east. The route continues east, reaching an intersection with US Route 83 in Wheeler, before crossing into Oklahoma onto State Highway 152 near Sweetwater, Oklahoma.

Route historyEdit

SH 152 was first designated on March 19, 1930 as the route between Pampa and Wheeler through northern Gray and Wheeler Counties as a renumbering of SH 33A. On December 24, 1935, a highway was temporarily designated from Wheeler to the Oklahoma state line.[2] On April 19, 1938, the extension east to Oklahoma became official.[3] On June 21, 1938, the route was extended west to Borger, replacing SH 209. The route was also designated north concurrent with then-State Highway 117 until they reached Stinnett, where the route would be extended west via Dumas to Hartley, replacing SH 178.[4] On July 15, 1938, SH 152 Spur was designated to Old Mobeetie.[5] On October 24, 1938, SH 152 Spur was taken over.[6] On September 26, 1939, the section from Dumas to Hartley was cancelled as it was cosigned with US 87. SH 152 Spur was renumbered as Spur 41. The road to Dumas already existed, but was not fully improved until the late 1940s.

Business routesEdit

SH 152 has one business route.

Business State Highway 152-B (formerly Loop 79) is a business loop that runs through Stinett, from SH 136/SH 207 west to SH 152 west of town. The route was created in 1939 as Loop 79, which was redesignated as Business SH 152-B on June 21, 1990.[7]

Junction listEdit

MooreDumas   US 87 / US 287
  FM 1284
  FM 1060
  FM 1913
Hutchinson  FM 1923
  RM 687
Stinnett   SH 136 / SH 207Begin concurrency with SH 136 and SH 207
  RM 2277
  FM 1559
Borger   Spur 140 / Spur 245
  Spur 119
   SH 136 / SH 207End concurrency with SH 136 and SH 207
  Spur 246
  FM 2171
  FM 280
Carson  FM 1059
Skellytown  FM 294
Gray  FM 2386
Pampa  FM 282
  SH 70Begin concurrency with SH 70
   US 60 / SH 70End concurrency with SH 70, begin concurrency with US 60
  SH 273
  Loop 171
  US 60End concurrency with US 60
  RM 1474
  FM 748
  RM 2857
WheelerMobeetie  FM 48
  FM 3104
  FM 3182
Wheeler  US 83
  FM 592
  SH-152Oklahoma state line
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ Transportation Planning and Programming Division (n.d.). "State Highway No. 152". Highway Designation Files. Texas Department of Transportation. Retrieved 2010-06-15.
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  7. ^ Transportation Planning and Programming Division (n.d.). "Business State Highway No. 152-B". Highway Designation Files. Texas Department of Transportation.