List of state highway loops in Texas (1–99)

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State highway loops in Texas are owned and maintained by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT).

Texas State Highway Loop marker
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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Loop 1Edit

 

State Highway Loop 1
LocationTravis County
Length25.698 mi[1] (41.357 km)
ExistedOctober 27, 1967[1]–present

Loop 2Edit

 

State Highway Loop 2
LocationMcLennan County
ExistedSeptember 26, 1939[2]–present

Loop 2 is a state highway loop in Waco. It runs from IH 35 to US 84.

Loop 2 was designated on September 26, 1939 from US 81 though Waco to US 81 as a renumbering of SH 2 Bypass. On November 29, 1955, the section from 18th Street and Washington Street northeast along Washington Street and Elm Street to US 81 was cancelled and Loop 2 was instead extended west to new US 84 (the old route became Spur 298 and Spur 299 in 1956). On August 5, 1966 the southern terminus was moved to US 77. On October 2, 1970, the section from IH 35 to Loop 491 (now Business US 77) was redesignated as part of rerouted US 77.

Loop 3Edit

 

State Highway Loop 3
LocationMcLennan County
ExistedSeptember 26, 1939[3]–November 5, 1971[3]

Loop 3 was a state highway loop in New Braunfels.

Loop 3 was designated on September 26, 1939 from US 81 via New Braunfels to US 81 as a renumbering of SH 2 Bypass. On September 16, 1960 the section from SH 46 to IH 35 was transferred to SH 46. The remainder of Loop 3 was cancelled on November 5, 1971 and removed from the highway system.

Loop 4Edit

 

State Highway Loop 4
LocationHays County
ExistedSeptember 26, 1939[4]–May 27, 2004[4]

Loop 4 was a state highway loop in Buda.

Loop 4 was designated on September 26, 1939 from US 81 via Buda to US 81 as a renumbering of SH 2 Loop. On May 27, 2004 Loop 4 was cancelled; the section from IH 35 south of Buda to Buda was redesignated as RM 967 and the section from RM 967 to IH 35 north of Buda was returned to the city of Buda.

Loop 5Edit

 

State Highway Loop 5
LocationHays County
ExistedSeptember 26, 1939[5]–September 23, 1950[5]

Loop 5 was a state highway loop in Kyle.

Loop 5 was designated on September 26, 1939 as a loop off US 81 through Kyle as a renumbering of SH 2 Loop. On September 23, 1950 Loop 5 was cancelled; much of the route was removed except a 0.11 mile section along Center Street that was redesignated as Spur 5 (now RM 150).

Loop 6Edit

 

State Highway Loop 6
LocationChildress County
ExistedSeptember 26, 1939[6]–October 5, 1972[6]

Loop 6 was a state highway loop in Kirkland.

Loop 6 was designated on September 26, 1939 as a loop off US 370 (now US 287) through Kirkland as a renumbering of SH 5 Loop. On October 5, 1972 Loop 6 was cancelled and removed from the highway system.

Loop 7Edit

 

State Highway Loop 7
LocationHenderson County
ExistedJanuary 28, 2005[7]–present

Loop 7 is a state highway loop encircling Athens. It runs from SH 31 to SH 31.

Loop 7 was designated on January 28, 2005 on the current route, replacing a section of FM 317.


Loop 7 (1939)Edit

 

State Highway Loop 7
LocationJasper County
ExistedSeptember 26, 1939–January 26, 1965

The original Loop 7 was designated on September 26, 1939 as a loop off US 59 (now US 96) through Jasper as a renumbering of SH 8 Spur. On June 12, 1945 the road was reassigned to old US 96 while the former route of Loop 7 became a portion of US 96. Loop 7 was cancelled on January 26, 1965.

Beltway 8Edit

 

State Highway Beltway 8
LocationHarris County
ExistedMay 7, 1969[8]–present

Beltway 8 is a state highway loop encircling Houston. It serves as Houston's middle loop.

Beltway 8 was designated on May 7, 1969 as Loop 8, but this was changed to Beltway 8 on July 31, 1969. On July 24, 1978 the section from SH 225 to IH 10 was cancelled.

Loop 8 (1939)Edit

 

State Highway Beltway 8
LocationJefferson County
ExistedSeptember 26, 1939[8]–January 18, 1944

The original Loop 8 was designated in Beaumont from US 59 (now US 96) to US 90 as a renumbering of SH 8 Loop. Loop 8 was cancelled on January 18, 1944.

Loop 9Edit

 

State Highway Loop 9
LocationDallas County
ExistedJune 29, 2017[9]–present

Loop 9 is a state highway loop in Dallas

Loop 9 was designated on June 29, 2017 from IH 35E to IH 45. This was formerly a portion of the original Loop 9.

Loop 9 (1969)Edit

 

State Highway Loop 9
LocationDallas County
ExistedMay 6, 1969[10]–October 21, 1977

Loop 9 was a state highway loop that encircled Dallas.

Loop 9 was designated on May 6, 1969 from then-proposed IH 20 back to IH 20 at or near Spur 408. On October 21, 1977 Loop 9 was cancelled and removed from the highway system.

Loop 10Edit

 

State Highway Loop 10
LocationTarrant County
ExistedSeptember 26, 1939[10]–April 25, 1960

Loop 10 was a state highway loop in Grapevine.

Loop 10 was designated on September 26, 1939 from SH 114 via Dallas Road to SH 121 as a renumbering of SH 114 Loop or SH 121 Loop. On April 25, 1960 Loop 10 was cancelled and removed from the highway system in exchange for creation of Spur 103.

Loop 11Edit

 

State Highway Loop 11
LocationWichita County
ExistedSeptember 26, 1939[11]–present

State Highway Loop 11 (Loop 11), also known locally as Beverly Loop, is a state highway loop located in northwestern Wichita Falls, Texas.

Loop 11 begins at an intersection with Business U.S. Highway 277 (Bus. US 277, Seymour Highway), about three miles (4.8 km) west of downtown. The road continues south of here as Beverly Drive. After about 14 mile (0.40 km), the highway crosses the Wichita River. The highway turns sharp to the northwest at Southwest Drive before intersecting Farm to Market Road 367 (FM 367). After the intersection with FM 367, Loop 11 passes the Region 9 Education Center.[12] Loop 11 continues to the north, junctioning with Industrial Drive and Bus. US 287, crossing over a railway line. Near Maurine Street, the highway curves to the northeast, before turning back in a more north direction. Loop 11 has a junction with US 287, a few miles southwest of Sheppard Air Force Base/Wichita Falls Municipal Airport. The highway passes near a retail center and turns east at Airport Drive before ending at I‑44/US 277/US 281, with the road continuing east as FM 890.

Loop 11 was designated in 1939, running from US 287 west of Wichita Falls southward along Beverly Drive to US 277 (10th Street). The highway was extended northward in 1968 when US 287 was relocated to the Northwest Freeway. In 2002, Loop 11 was extended northward and eastward to I‑44.

Junction list

The entire highway is in Wichita Falls, Wichita County.

mi[13]kmDestinationsNotes
0.00.0   
  Bus. US 277 (Seymour Highway)
0.81.3  FM 367 west (Valley View Road)
1.52.4Industrial DriveInterchange
2.03.2   
  Bus. US 287 (Old Iowa Park Road) – Iowa Park
Interchange
2.94.7  US 287 (Northwest Freeway)
3.76.0      I-44 / US 277 / US 281 (Central Freeway) / FM 890 east (Airport Drive) – Burkburnett, Municipal AirportI‑44 exit 3C; continues eastward as FM 890
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Loop 12Edit

 

State Highway Loop 12
LocationDallas County
ExistedSeptember 26, 1939[14]–present

Loop 12 is a state highway loop that encircles Dallas.

Loop 12 was designated on September 26, 1939 from US 175 north along Buckner Boulevard across US 80 to Buckner Orphans Home, and across US 67 to SH 114 near White Rock Lake as a renumbering of SH 40 Bypass. On June 23, 1942 the road was extended south to US 75. On August 3, 1943 the road was extended west to Ledbetter Drive and Cockrell Hill Road and north across US 80 to SH 183 near the approach to the Trinity River Bridge. Two months later the road was extended over SH 183 to US 77 at a traffic circle and east over then-SH 114 back to Loop 12, completing the loop around Dallas. On January 7, 1971 the road was rerouted over Spur 348 and a former section of SH 114; the former route of Loop 12 became Spur 482.

Loop 13Edit

 

State Highway Loop 13
LocationDallas County
ExistedJanuary 18, 1937[15]–present

Loop 13 is a state highway loop in San Antonio.

Loop 13 was created on January 18, 1937 from SH 2 to SH 16. On May 24, 1938 the road was extended to SH 3, back to SH 2 on December 1, 1938 and to a rail overpass near Kelly Field three weeks later. On September 26, 1939 the route was given the Loop 13 designation, from the rail overpass east through southern San Antonio and north to US 81 (now IH 35). On May 9, 1940 the road was extended 0.186 mile west of the rail overpass, and north to US 90 on November 24, 1941. On April 14, 1947 a 2.7 mile section from US 81 west to Military Road was added, and a 4.75 mile section from Military Road west to US 281 was added on July 15, 1949. On June 25, 1952 the route was extended a final time west and south to US 90, completing the loop around San Antonio. On October 5, 1960 the section from US 90 to IH 10 became a portion of IH 410 and the section from IH 10 to US 81 was transferred to Loop 410. On October 28, 1966 the section from IH 35 to Seale Road became a section of IH 410 and the section from Seale Road to IH 10 was removed altogether, but this section was added back on January 24, 1978 when the road was extended north to IH 410.

Loop 14Edit

 

State Highway Loop 14
LocationBowie County
ExistedSeptember 26, 1939[16]–present

Loop 14 is a state highway loop in Texarkana. It runs from US 82 to US 71. The route is known locally as Texas Boulevard.

Loop 14 was designated on September 26, 1939 on the current route as a renumbering of SH 47 Bypass. It is also the former routing of US 59 through Texarkana.

Loop 15Edit

 

State Highway Loop 15
LocationMills County
ExistedSeptember 26, 1939[17]–present

Loop 15 is a state highway loop in Goldthwaite. It runs from US 183 to US 84.

Loop 15 was designated on September 26, 1939 from SH 284 (now US 183) near the Bowie County Courthouse east to US 84 as a renumbering of SH 74A Business and SH 81 Business.

Loop 16Edit

 

State Highway Loop 16
LocationEl Paso County
ExistedSeptember 26, 1939[18]–June 26, 1974

Loop 16 was a state highway loop in El Paso.

Loop 16 was designated on September 26, 1939 from US 62 south along Wilmar Drive and Chelsea Drive to US 80 (now IH 20) as a renumbering of SH 1 Loop. Two months later the road was rerouted on a new route to US 80 after it was found that securing the right-of-way for the original route was too expensive. On July 31, 1964 the road was extended to IH 10, replacing a section of US 80A and all of Spur 1. Loop 16 was cancelled on June 26, 1974 and replaced by US 62 and US 85 after they were rerouted.

Loop 17Edit

 

State Highway Loop 17
LocationKarnes County
ExistedSeptember 26, 1939[19]–June 21, 1990

Loop 17 was a state highway loop in Karnes City.

Loop 17 was designated on September 26, 1939 from SH 123 north of Karnes City to old US 181 (now FM 1144) in Karnes City as a renumbering of SH 123 Loop. On June 21, 1990 Loop 17 was cancelled and transferred to Business SH 123-D.

Loop 19Edit

 

State Highway Loop 19
LocationMontague County
Length0.883 mi[20] (1.421 km)
ExistedSeptember 26, 1939[20]–present

Loop 20Edit

 

State Highway Loop 20
LocationMontague County
Length14.869 mi[21] (23.929 km)
ExistedSeptember 26, 1939[21]–present

Loop 21Edit

 

State Highway Loop 21
LocationMontague County
ExistedMay 19, 1942[22]–present

Loop 23Edit

 

State Highway Loop 23
LocationFalls County
ExistedNovember 30, 1978[23]–June 21, 1990

Loop 23 was a state highway loop in Marlin.

Loop 23 was designated on November 30, 1978 as a loop off SH 6 in Marlin as a replacement of SH 6 after it was rerouted to bypass the town. On June 21, 1990 Loop 23 was cancelled and transferred to Business SH 6-N.

Loop 25Edit

 

State Highway Loop 25
LocationVal Verde County
Length1.335 mi[17] (2.148 km)
ExistedOctober 24, 1939[24]–present

Loop 34Edit

 

State Highway Loop 34
LocationNacogdoches County
Length1.497 mi[25] (2.409 km)
ExistedSeptember 26, 1939[25]–present

Loop 36Edit

 

State Highway Loop 36
LocationAngelina County
Length1.171 mi[26] (1.885 km)
ExistedOctober 24, 1939[26]–present

Loop 37Edit

 

State Highway Loop 37
LocationRed River County
ExistedSeptember 26, 1939[27]–June 21, 1990

Loop 37 was a state highway loop in Avery.

Loop 37 was designated on September 26, 1939 as a loop off US 82 in Avery as a renumbering of SH 5 Loop. On June 21, 1990 Loop 37 was cancelled and transferred to Business US 82-K.

Loop 38Edit

 

State Highway Loop 38
LocationRed River County
ExistedSeptember 26, 1939[28]–June 21, 1990

Loop 38 was a state highway loop in Bogata.

Loop 38 was designated on September 26, 1939 as a loop off US 271 in Bogata as a renumbering of SH 49 Bypass. On August 25, 1952 a 0.5 mile spur connection to SH 37 was added, but this was renumbered as Spur 38 the same day. Loop 38 was cancelled on June 21, 1990 and transferred to Business US 271-D.

Loop 39Edit

 

State Highway Loop 39
LocationTaylor County
ExistedOctober 30, 1958[29]–June 21, 1990

Loop 39 was a state highway loop in Merkel.

Loop 39 was designated on October 30, 1958 as a loop off U.S. Route 80 (now IH 20 in Merkel as a replacement for US 80 after it was rerouted. On June 21, 1990 Loop 39 was cancelled and transferred to Business IH 20-P.

Loop 40Edit

 

State Highway Loop 40
LocationMidland County
Length1.508 mi[30] (2.427 km)
ExistedMay 29, 1991[30]–present

Loop 42Edit

 

State Highway Loop 42
LocationMotley County
Length1.431 mi[31] (2.303 km)
ExistedSeptember 26, 1939[31]–present

Loop 43Edit

 

State Highway Loop 43
LocationRusk County
Length0.330 mi[32] (0.531 km)
ExistedSeptember 26, 1939[32]–present

Loop 44Edit

 

State Highway Loop 44
LocationHockley County
ExistedSeptember 26, 1939[33]–January 26, 1993

Loop 44 was a state highway loop in Levelland.

Loop 44 was designated on September 26, 1939 as a loop off SH 24 in Levelland as a renumbering of SH 24 Spur. On March 9, 1951 the route was modified to run from SH 290 (now SH 114) to SH 51 (now US 385). Loop 44 was cancelled by district request on January 26, 1993 and transferred to Business SH 114-B.

Loop 46Edit

 

State Highway Loop 46
LocationGarza County
Length0.870 mi[34] (1.400 km)
ExistedSeptember 26, 1939[34]–present

Loop 47Edit

 

State Highway Loop 47
LocationParmer County
ExistedSeptember 25, 1939[35]–July 1, 1941

Loop 47 was a state highway loop in Bovina.

Loop 47 was designated as a loop off US 60 in Bovina as a renumbering of SH 33 Loop. On July 1, 1941 Loop 47 was cancelled and transferred to Spur 122 (now FM 1731).

Loop 48Edit

 

State Highway Loop 48
LocationRandall County
ExistedAugust 29, 1958[36]–June 21, 1990

Loop 48 was a state highway loop in Canyon.

Loop 48 was designated on August 29, 1958 from US 87 near Canyon east and south to SH 217, 1 mile east of US 87. On June 27, 2019 Loop 48 was cancelled and returned to the city of Canyon.

Loop 49Edit

 

State Highway Loop 49
LocationSmith County
Length32.000 mi[37] (51.499 km)
ExistedSeptember 27, 1985[37]–present

Loop 50Edit

 

State Highway Loop 50
LocationJohnson County
ExistedSeptember 25, 1939[38]–February 5, 1960

Loop 50 was a state highway loop in Burleson.

Loop 50 was designated on September 25, 1939 as a loop off SH 174 in Burleson with a spur to US 81. On May 31, 1957 the road was rerouted over Spur 50 to US 81 and extended over old SH 174 to new SH 174 and the old route of Loop 50 was cancelled altogether. Loop 50 was cancelled on February 5, 1960 and changed to Spur 50.

Loop 51Edit

 

State Highway Loop 51
LocationLavaca and DeWitt counties
ExistedSeptember 25, 1939[39]–June 21, 1990

Loop 51 was a state highway loop in Gonzales.

Loop 51 was designated on September 25, 1939 as a loop off US 77 in Yoakum as a renumbering of SH 72 Bypass. On June 21, 1990 Loop 51 was cancelled and transferred to Business Alternate US 77.

Loop 57Edit

 

State Highway Loop 57
LocationMontgomery County
ExistedDecember 30, 1960[40]–May 1, 1980

Loop 57 was a state highway loop in Conroe.

Loop 57 was designated on December 30, 1960 as a redesignation of Spur 57 when the southern terminus was moved to US 75 (now SH 75), forming a loop off US 75. On May 1, 1980 a 0.3 mile section was transferred to SH 105 and the route was changed back to Spur 57.

Loop 60Edit

 

State Highway Loop 60
LocationHenderson County
Length1.120 mi[41] (1.802 km)
ExistedSeptember 25, 1939[41]–present

Loop 61Edit

 

State Highway Loop 61
LocationHenderson County
ExistedSeptember 25, 1939[42]–June 21, 1990

Loop 61 was a state highway loop in Eustace.

Loop 61 was designated on September 25, 1939 as a loop off US 175 in Eustace. On June 21, 1990, by district request, a 0.16 mile section from US 175 to FM 316 was removed from the highway system and the remaining 0.1 mile section from FM 316 to US 175 became an extension of FM 316.

Loop 62Edit

 

State Highway Loop 62
LocationCherokee County
Length1.974 mi[43] (3.177 km)
ExistedOctober 24, 1939[43]–present

Loop 64Edit

 

State Highway Loop 64
LocationHays County
ExistedAugust 28, 1958[44]–June 26, 2003

Loop 64 was a state highway loop in Dripping Springs.

Loop 64 was designated on August 28, 1958 as a loop off US 290 in Dripping Springs as a replacement for US 290 when it was rerouted. On June 25, 2003 Loop 64 was cancelled and returned to the city of Dripping Springs.

Loop 66Edit

 

State Highway Loop 66
LocationGregg County
ExistedAugust 1, 1956[45]–June 14, 1968

Loop 66 was a state highway loop in Kilgore.

Loop 66 was designated on August 1, 1956 as a redesignation of Spur 66 when it was extended through Kilgore to SH 26. The route was signed as Business SH 26 rather than Loop 66. On June 14, 1968 Loop 66 was cancelled and removed from the highway system.

Loop 67Edit

 

State Highway Loop 67
LocationDawson and Martin counties
ExistedOctober 24, 1941[46]–April 1, 1954

Loop 67 was a state highway loop in Ackerly.

Loop 67 was designated on October 24, 1941 as a redesignation of Spur 67 when it was extended to US 87 east of Ackerly. On January 29, 1953 a 0.6 mile section was transferred to FM 2002. The remainder of Loop 67 was cancelled on April 1, 1954 and transferred to FM 2212.

Loop 68Edit

 

State Highway Loop 68
LocationJasper County
ExistedSeptember 25, 1939[47]–April 1, 1954

Loop 68 was a state highway loop in Buna.

Loop 68 was designated on September 25, 1939 as a loop off US 59 in Buna as a renumbering of SH 8 Loop. On January 18, 1955 the route was changed to Spur 68 and modified to run from US 96 to SH 62.

Loop 70Edit

 

State Highway Loop 70
LocationAransas County
Length2.021 mi (3.252 km)
ExistedSeptember 25, 1939[48]–present

Loop 70 is a state highway loop in Rockport.

Loop 70 was designated on September 25, 1939 as a loop off SH 35 in Rockport. Although Loop 70 was cancelled and transferred to Business SH 35-L on June 21, 1990, it was restored on April 27, 1995 as a replacement of Business SH 35-L after it was reassigned to a former routing of SH 35 when SH 35 was rerouted along FM 3036. On March 30, 2006 a section was removed and returned to Rockport and Loop 70 was rerouted on top of a section of FM 1069 to Business SH 35.

Loop 71Edit

 

State Highway Loop 71
LocationGoliad County
Length0.637 mi[49] (1.025 km)
ExistedMay 5, 1966[49]–present

Loop 73Edit

 

State Highway Loop 73
LocationSan Patricio County
ExistedSeptember 17, 1980[50]–June 21, 1990

Loop 73 was a state highway loop in Sinton.

Loop 73 was designated on September 17, 1980 as a replacement for US 77 when it was rerouted north and west of Sinton. On June 21, 1990 Loop 73 was cancelled and transferred to Business US 77-T.

Loop 75Edit

 

State Highway Loop 75
LocationFloyd County
Length0.727 mi[51] (1.170 km)
ExistedSeptember 25, 1939[51]–present

Loop 76Edit

 

State Highway Loop 76
LocationLynn County
ExistedSeptember 25, 1939–present

Loop 76 is the old route of US 87 through O'Donnell, formed on September 26, 1939 as a renumbering of SH 9 Loop.[52]

Loop 77Edit

 

State Highway Loop 77
LocationSwisher County
ExistedSeptember 25, 1939[53]–September 24, 1963

Loop 77 was a state highway loop in Tulia.

Loop 77 was designated on September 25, 1939 from 0.17 mile north of the SH 86/Loop 9 intersection to the First Street/US 87 intersection. On August 6, 1951 the section along Maxwell Street was transferred to FM 146. The remainder of Loop 77 was cancelled on September 24, 1963 and transferred to FM 1318.

Loop 79Edit

 

State Highway Loop 79
LocationVal Verde County
ExistedJune 26, 2008[54]–present

Loop 79 is a state highway loop in Del Rio.

Loop 79 was designated on June 26, 2008 from US 277 via Del Rio to US 90. It serves as a bypass of Del Rio.

Loop 79 (1939)Edit

 

State Highway Loop 79
LocationHutchinson County
ExistedSeptember 25, 1939[54]–June 22, 1990

The original Loop 79 was designated on September 25, 1939 from SH 117 (now SH 136/SH 207) via Stinnett to then-proposed SH 152. On June 22, 1990 Loop 79 was cancelled and transferred to Business SH 152-B.

Loop 81Edit

 

State Highway Loop 81
LocationSan Patricio and Aransas counties
ExistedOctober 24, 1939[55]–June 21, 1990

Loop 81 was a state highway loop in Aransas Pass.

Loop 81 was designated on October 24, 1939 as a loop off SH 35 in Aransas Pass as a replacement of SH 35 when it was rerouted. On June 21, 1990 Loop 81 was cancelled and transferred to Business SH 35-M (now Loop 90).

Loop 82Edit

 

State Highway Loop 82
LocationHays County
Length3.060 mi[56] (4.925 km)
ExistedOctober 24, 1939[56]–present

Loop 83Edit

 

State Highway Loop 83
LocationBurleson County
Length0.494 mi[57] (0.795 km)
ExistedDecember 18, 1939[57]–present

Loop 84Edit

 

State Highway Loop 84
LocationHansford County
Length0.704 mi (1.133 km)
ExistedSeptember 26, 1945[58]–present

State Highway Loop 84 (Loop 84) is a 0.704-mile (1.133 km) stretch of highway located in Gruver, Texas. The highway connects SH 15 and SH 136.

Loop 84 was designated on September 26, 1945 as a redesignation of Spur 84 when it was reassigned as a loop off FM 289 (now SH 15). On September 14, 1951, a 0.3 mile section was transferred to FM 278 (now SH 136).

Loop 87Edit

 

State Highway Loop 87
LocationZapata County
ExistedDecember 8, 1939[59]–December 1, 1953

Loop 87 was a state highway loop in Zapata.

Loop 87 was designated on December 8, 1939 as a loop off US 83 in Zapata. On December 1, 1953 Loop 87 was eliminated from the highway system after US 83 was rerouted.

Loop 88Edit

 

State Highway Loop 88
LocationLubbock County
ExistedJuly 27, 2017[60]–present

Loop 88 (1939)Edit

 

State Highway Loop 88
LocationZapata County
ExistedDecember 8, 1939[61]–June 21, 1990

The original Loop 88 was designated on December 8, 1939 as a loop off US 83 in San Ygnacio. On June 21, 1990 Loop 88 was cancelled and transferred to Business US 83-N.

Loop 90Edit

 

State Highway Loop 90
LocationAransas County
ExistedApril 27, 1995[62]–present

Loop 90 is a state highway loop in Aransas Pass.

Loop 90 was designated on April 27, 1995 as a loop off Business SH 35-L (former SH 35), replacing Business SH 35-M.

Loop 90 (1981)Edit

 

State Highway Loop 90
LocationPolk County
ExistedJune 23, 1981[62]–June 21, 1990

The original Loop 90 was designated on June 23, 1981 as a loop off US 59 in Livingston as a replacement for US 59 when it was rerouted. On June 21, 1990 Loop 90 was cancelled on June 21, 1990 and transferred to Business US 59-J.

Loop 93Edit

 

State Highway Loop 88
LocationGrayson County
ExistedJune 8, 1984[63]–October 25, 1990

Loop 93 was a state highway loop in Sherman and Denison.

Loop 93 was designated on June 8, 1984 from US 75 northeast 6 miles to SH 75A (now SH 91) and Spur 503 in Denison as a replacement of US 75 when it was rerouted. On October 25, 1990 and transferred to Business US 75-C (now SH 91 and Spur 503).

Loop 96Edit

 

State Highway Loop 96
LocationTitus County
ExistedApril 30, 1959[64]–present

Loop 96 (1946)Edit

 

State Highway Loop 96
LocationWaller County
ExistedOctober 15, 1946[64]–January 16, 1953

Loop 96 was designated on October 15, 1946 (although officially designated as Spur 96) as a loop off Spur 96 through Prairie View A & M College. On July 9, 1951 the loop portion was officially designated as Loop 96. Loop 96 was cancelled on January 16, 1953 and redesignated as a loop connection of FM 1098, but FM 1098 was rerouted over the loop connection on September 29, 1976.

Loop 98Edit

 

State Highway Loop 98
LocationKerr County
Length3.400 mi (5.472 km)
ExistedApril 29, 2010[65]–present

Loop 98 is a state highway loop in Kerrville.

Loop 98 was designated on April 29, 2010 from FM 1338 south and southeast to SH 16 as a redesignation of Spur 98.

ReferencesEdit

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