List of Farm to Market Roads in Texas (1300–1399)

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Texas Farm to Market Road and Ranch to Market Road markers
Highway names
Interstates Interstate Highway X (IH-X, I-X)
US Highways U.S. Highway X (US X)
State State 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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Farm to Market Roads in Texas are owned and maintained by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT).

FM 1300

Farm to Market Road 1300
Location Wharton and Jackson counties
Length 22.338 mi[1] (35.950 km)
Existed 1949[1]–present

FM 1301

Farm to Market Road 1301
Location Wharton, Matagorda and Brazoria counties
Length 32.312 mi[2] (52.001 km)
Existed 1949[2]–present

Farm to Market Road 1301 (FM 1301) is a state highway the U.S. state of Texas.

Farm to Market Road 1301 begins as a four-lane highway (Boling Highway) in the heart of Wharton, passing Wharton County Junior College. Leaving Wharton, FM 1301 gains a rural characteristic, travelling south-southeast towards Boling, with a four way stop at Farm to Market Road 442. Continuing southwest, FM 1301 makes a brief turn to the south before entering Matagorda County and the unincorporated town of Pledger where the highway meets intersects FM 1728 as FM 1301 makes a hairpin V-shaped turn to the northeast, then curving back to the south and east into Brazoria County. FM 1301 continues on a generally east-southeast route until it intersects SH 35 just shy of West Columbia.

FM 1301 was originally designated in 1949 from US 59 southeast to the Matagorda County Line. Later that year, FM 1452 from the Matagorda County line to SH 36 was canceled and combined with FM 1301.[3] In 1955, Spur 59 from SH 36 to SH 35 was canceled and combined with FM 1301.[4] Until 1998, FM 1301 traveled further east into West Columbia, intersecting SH 36 and ending in downtown West Columbia at SH 35, which ran along Seventeenth Street. SH 35 was rerouted along a new path, intersecting FM 1301 at a point west of West Columbia and continuing along FM 1301's former route into West Columbia, making Seventeenth Street "Business 35".[5]

Junction list
County Location mi km Destinations Notes
Wharton Wharton 0.0 0.0
Bus. US 59 / SH 60 – El Campo, Hungerford
Western terminus of FM 1301
Boling 10.4 16.7 FM 442 – Needville, Lane City
Matagorda Pledger 16.6 26.7 FM 1728 south Northern terminus of FM 1728
Brazoria 24.7 39.8 FM 524 south – Old Ocean Northern terminus of FM 524
26.4 42.5 FM 1459 south – Sweeny Northern terminus of FN 1459
West Columbia 32.9 52.9 SH 35 – Angleton, Bay City Southern terminus of FM 1301
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1302

Farm to Market Road 1302
Location Dickens County
Length 1.038 mi[6] (1.670 km)
Existed July 28, 1959[6]–present

FM 1302 (1949)

Farm to Market Road 1302
Location Victoria County
Existed July 21, 1949–November 25, 1958

FM 1303

Farm to Market Road 1303
Location Wilson and Bexar counties
Length 13.209 mi[7] (21.258 km)
Existed May 23, 1951[7]–present

FM 1303 (1949)

Farm to Market Road 1303
Location Andrews County
Existed July 14, 1949–September 16, 1951

FM 1304

Farm to Market Road 1304
Location Hill County
Length 14.375 mi[8] (23.134 km)
Existed October 28, 1953[8]–present

FM 1304 (1949)

Farm to Market Road 1304
Location Briscoe County
Existed July 14, 1949–November 16, 1953

FM 1305

Farm to Market Road 1305
Location Henderson County
Length 0.338 mi[9] (0.544 km)
Existed May 5, 1966[9]–present

FM 1305 (1949)

Farm to Market Road 1305
Location Deaf Smith and Castro counties
Existed July 14, 1949–July 25, 1963

FM 1306

Farm to Market Road 1306
Location Cooke County
Length 1.706 mi[10] (2.746 km)
Existed 1949[10]–present

FM 1307

Farm to Market Road 1307
Location Cooke County
Length 2.498 mi[11] (4.020 km)
Existed 1949[11]–present

Farm to Market Road 1307 (FM 1307) is located entirely in Cooke County in the town of Valley View.

FM 1307 begins at I-35 (US 77) in the southern part of the town. The highway travels in a northern direction along Lee Street, intersecting FM 922 near the town square. FM 1307 continues to run in a northern direction before ending at an intersection with the southbound frontage road of I-35.

FM 1307 was designated in 1949 along an old route of US 77, running 0.7 miles (1.1 km) south of Valley View to 1.4 miles (2.3 km) north of Valley View.[12] The highway was extended in 1965 when US 77 was re-routed around the town even more with the construction of I-35.

Junction list

The entire route is in Valley View, Cooke County.

mi[13] km Destinations Notes
0.0 0.0 I-35 (US 77) – Denton I-35 exit 486
1.1 1.8 FM 922 to I-35 – Era
2.5 4.0 I-35 (US 77) – Gainesville I-35 exit 488 (north) / 489 (south)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1308

Farm to Market Road 1308
Location Mitchell County
Length 5.167 mi[14] (8.315 km)
Existed November 25, 1958[14]–present

FM 1308 (1949)

Farm to Market Road 1308
Location Crosby County
Existed July 14, 1949–March 24, 1958

FM 1309

Farm to Market Road 1309
Location Houston County
Length 2.115 mi[15] (3.404 km)
Existed October 31, 1958[15]–present

FM 1309 (1949)

Farm to Market Road 1309
Location Crosby County
Existed July 14, 1949–March 24, 1958

FM 1310

Farm to Market Road 1310
Location Grayson County
Length 1.817 mi[16] (2.924 km)
Existed March 22, 1960[16]–present

FM 1310 (1949)

Farm to Market Road 1310
Location Hale and Floyd counties
Existed July 21, 1949–December 21, 1959

FM 1311

Farm to Market Road 1311
Location McCulloch and Menard counties
Length 11.121 mi[17] (17.898 km)
Existed 1949[17]–present

FM 1312

Farm to Market Road 1312
Location Terry and Gaines counties
Existed July 14, 1949–February 10, 1966

RM 1312

Ranch to Market Road 1312
Location Crockett and Sutton counties
Length 13.067 mi[18] (21.029 km)
Existed June 30, 1966[18]–present

FM 1313

Farm to Market Road 1313
Location Lynn and Garza counties
Length 16.967 mi[19] (27.306 km)
Existed 1949[19]–present

FM 1314

Farm to Market Road 1314
Location Montgomery County
Length 20.265 mi[20] (32.613 km)
Existed October 28, 1953[20]–present

Farm to Market Road 1314 (FM 1314) is a state-maintained farm-to-market road in the U.S. state of Texas in Montgomery County. Its northern terminus is at an intersection with State Highway 105 (SH 105) in Conroe. It then travels southeast, ending at U.S. Route 59 (US 59), now cosigned as Interstate 69 (I-69), in Porter. The road extends southward approximately an additional 0.5 miles (0.80 km) to its southern terminus, an intersection with Loop 494.

The current FM 1314 was created from SH 105 near Conroe southeastward to US 59 at Porter, a distance of approximately 17.2 miles (27.7 km) in Montgomery County. In 1970, the intersecting highway at its southern terminus was re-designated Loop 494 when the new US 59, now co-signed as IH 69 was built.

Junction list

The entire route is in Montgomery County.

Location mi[21] km Destinations Notes
Porter 0.0 0.0 Loop 494
0.2 0.32 I-69 / US 59 I-69 exit 155
4.6 7.4 SH 99 Toll (Grand Parkway)
11.4 18.3 SH 242 to I-45
Conroe 18.0 29.0 Loop 336 to I-45
20.3 32.7 SH 105 – Conroe, Copeland
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
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FM 1314 (1949)

Farm to Market Road 1314
Location Hale and Lubbock counties
Existed July 14, 1949–December 30, 1953

FM 1314 was first designated on July 14, 1949, in Hale County from the Lubbock County line northward to FM 54 at Petersburg and continuing further north to an intersection north of town or a total distance of approximately 11.0 miles (17.7 km). In 1952, it was extended approximately 0.8 miles (1.3 km) from the Hale County line to approximately 1.0 mile (1.6 km) west of Estacado. FM 1314 was cancelled and combined with FM 789 in 1953.[22]

FM 1315

Farm to Market Road 1315
Location Victoria County
Length 1.552 mi[23] (2.498 km)
Existed January 31, 1969[23]–present

FM 1315 (1949)

Farm to Market Road 1315
Location Lamb and Hale counties
Existed July 14, 1949–September 19, 1968

FM 1316

Farm to Market Road 1316
Location Polk County
Length 2.205 mi[24] (3.549 km)
Existed October 31, 1958[24]–present

FM 1316 (1949)

Farm to Market Road 1316
Location Lubbock County
Existed July 14, 1949–October 14, 1954

FM 1316 (1955)

Farm to Market Road 1316
Location Bexar County
Existed September 21, 1955–August 8, 1958

FM 1317

Farm to Market Road 1317
Location Lynn County
Length 14.158 mi[25] (22.785 km)
Existed 1949[25]–present

FM 1318

Farm to Market Road 1318
Location Swisher County
Length 11.582 mi[26] (18.639 km)
Existed 1949[26]–present

FM 1319

Farm to Market Road 1319 (FM 1319) is a designation that has been used twice. No highway currently uses the FM 1319 designation.

FM 1319 (1949)

Farm to Market Road 1319
Location Bastrop County
Existed July 14, 1949–March 29, 1957

FM 1319 (1957)

Farm to Market Road 1319
Location Hutchinson County
Existed October 31, 1957–March 10, 1964

RM 1319

Ranch to Market Road 1319
Location Hutchinson and Moore counties
Length 14.14 mi[27] (22.76 km)
Existed March 10, 1964[27]–present

FM 1320

Farm to Market Road 1320
Location Blanco County
Existed July 14, 1949–October 1, 1956

RM 1320

Ranch to Market Road 1320
Location Blanco County
Length 10.352 mi[28] (16.660 km)
Existed October 1, 1956[28]–present

FM 1321

Farm to Market Road 1321
Location Burnet County
Existed July 14, 1949–April 12, 1955

RM 1321

Ranch to Market Road 1321
Location Gray County
Length 13.84 mi[29] (22.27 km)
Existed October 31, 1958[29]–present

FM 1322

Farm to Market Road 1322
Location Caldwell County
Length 18.751 mi[30] (30.177 km)
Existed 1949[30]–present

FM 1323

Farm to Market Road 1323
Location Gillespie and Blanco counties
Existed July 14, 1949–October 1, 1956

RM 1323

Ranch to Market Road 1323
Location Gillespie and Blanco counties
Length 26.455 mi[31] (42.575 km)
Existed October 1, 1956[31]–present

FM 1324

Farm to Market Road 1324
Location Marion County
Length 2.539 mi[32] (4.086 km)
Existed May 23, 1951[32]–present

FM 1324 (1949)

Farm to Market Road 1324
Location Hays County
Existed July 14, 1949–May 23, 1951

FM 1325

Farm to Market Road 1325
Location Travis and Williamson counties
Length 4.878 mi[33] (7.850 km)
Existed 1949[33]–present

Farm to Market Road 1325 (FM 1325) is located in Travis and Williamson counties.

FM 1326

Farm to Market Road 1326
Location Bowie County
Length 5.053 mi[34] (8.132 km)
Existed May 23, 1951[34]–present

Farm to Market Road 1326 (FM 1326) is located entirely in Bowie County.

FM 1326 begins at an intersection with US 82 in Oak Grove. The highway travels in a mostly northern direction through rural farm land, ending at an intersection with FM 114 near Spring Hill.

The current FM 1326 was designated on May 23, 1951, traveling from SH 26 (now US 259) north of De Kalb southwestward to Spring Hill at a distance of 4.1 miles (6.6 km). The highway was extended 7.3 miles (11.7 km) southward to US 82 at Oak Grove on October 13, 1951. Approximately 3.0 miles (4.8 km) of FM 1326 was transferred to FM 2735 in 1961 when SH 26 was re-routed.[35] The section of highway between FM 114 and US 259 was transferred to FM 114 in 1964.[36]

Junction list

The entire route is in Bowie County.

Location mi[34] km Destinations Notes
Oak Grove 0.000 0.000 US 82 – Clarksville, De Kalb
5.053 8.132 FM 114 – English, Spring Hill
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1326 (1949)

Farm to Market Road 1326
Location Travis County
Existed July 14, 1949–June 27, 1951

FM 1326 was first designated in 1949, traveling from SH 20 (now US 290) near Manor to New Sweden at a distance of 4.9 miles (7.9 km). The highway was cancelled and combined with FM 973 in 1951.[37]

FM 1327

Farm to Market Road 1327
Location Travis County
Length 7.307 mi[38] (11.759 km)
Existed July 14, 1949[38]–present

Farm to Market Road 1327 (FM 1327) is a 7.3-mile (11.7 km) farm to market road in southern Travis County, Texas.

FM 1327 begins at Interstate 35 Exit #223 between Onion Creek and Buda in southern Travis County, near the Hays County line. This location also serves as the current western terminus of the SH 45 Toll Southeast toll road.[39] The highway proceeds east, through the city of Creedmoor, where it crosses FM 1625. Its eastern terminus is at US 183 in Mustang Ridge. FM 1327 provides a free, at-grade alternative to the limited-access SH 45 toll road to its south, as this segment of the toll road lacks frontage roads.

FM 1327 was first designated in 1949. Its western terminus was near its current location, at the old alignment of US 81 prior to the construction of the Interstate 35 freeway, and its eastern terminus was in Creedmoor. In 1951, the route was extended eastward over the original alignment of FM 1625 to its current terminus at US 183 (then SH 29). 0.3 miles of the old route were transferred to a new alignment of FM 1625.

Junction list

The entire route is in Travis County.

Location mi[40] km Destinations Notes
0.0 0.0 I-35 / SH 45 Toll east to SH 130 Toll – Austin, San Antonio Western terminus
Creedmoor 4.8 7.7 FM 1625 to SH 45 Toll
Mustang Ridge 7.3 11.7 US 183 – Lockhart, Austin-Bergstrom International Airport Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1328

Farm to Market Road 1328
Location Lynn County
Length 8.017 mi[41] (12.902 km)
Existed October 21, 1981[41]–present

FM 1328 (1951)

Farm to Market Road 1328
Location Williamson and Travis counties
Existed July 14, 1949–October 1, 1956

FM 1328 (1964)

Farm to Market Road 1328
Location Milam County
Existed May 6, 1964–May 30, 1978

RM 1328

Ranch to Market Road 1328
Location Williamson and Travis counties
Existed October 1, 1956–November 26, 1958

FM 1329

Farm to Market Road 1329
Location Duval County
Length 33.787 mi[42] (54.375 km)
Existed July 28, 1953[42]–present

FM 1329 (1949)

Farm to Market Road 1329
Location Bell and Williamson counties
Existed July 14, 1949–July 10, 1953

FM 1337

Farm to Market Road 1337
Location Cochran County
Length 4.642 mi[43] (7.471 km)
Existed September 26, 1979[43]–present

Farm to Market Road 1337 (FM 1337) is a 4.642 mi (7.471 km) farm-to-market road in Cochran County, Texas.

The southern terminus of FM 1337 is at an intersection with SH 114, northwest of Whiteface.[44] The northern terminus is at an intersection with FM 1780 east of Morton.[45]

The current FM 1337 was designated in 1979 along the current route.

Junction list

The entire route is in Cochran County.

Location mi[46] km Destinations Notes
0.0 0.0 SH 114 – Whiteface, Morton Southern terminus
4.6 7.4 FM 1780 – Whiteface, Morton Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1337 (1949)

Farm to Market Road 1337
Location Comal County
Existed July 14, 1949–September 5, 1973

FM 1337 was first designated in 1949, traveling from FM 482 to Bracken at a distance of 5.4 miles (8.7 km). The highway was cancelled and combined with FM 2252 in 1973.[47]

FM 1346

Farm to Market Road 1346
Location Bexar and Wilson counties
Length 20.298 mi[48] (32.666 km)
Existed 1949[48]–present

Farm to Market Road 1346 (FM 1346) is located in Bexar and Wilson counties.

FM 1346 begins at an intersection with Loop 13 (W.W. White Road) in eastern San Antonio. The highway travels in an eastern direction along Houston Street and has a junction with I-410 / SH 130 before running through a less developed area of the city and leaves the city at an intersection with Foster Road. FM 1346 intersects FM 1516 at Martinez then enters St. Hedwig at Loop 1604 then turns south at St. Hedwig Road before turning east at La Vernia Road in Carpenter. The highway turns southeast at Wilson County Road 347 and enters La Vernia, where FM 1346 ends at an intersection with FM 775.

FM 1346 was designated in 1949, traveling from US 87 west of La Vernia to Carpenter at a distance of 3.6 miles (5.8 km). The highway was extended 8.6 miles (13.8 km) to Loop 13 in 1954, absorbing FM 1980 in the process.[49] The section of FM 1346 between Loop 13 and I-410 was removed from the highway system in 1969, but was later restored in 1978. The section of highway between Loop 13 and FM 1516 was internally re-designated as Urban Road 1346 by TxDOT in 1995.[50] FM 1346 was extended 1.05 miles (1.69 km) southeastward to FM 775 in 2008.

Junction list
County Location mi[51] km Destinations Notes
Bexar San Antonio 0.0 0.0 Loop 13 (W.W. White Road)
0.9 1.4 I-410 / SH 130 I-410 exit 34
Martinez 4.3 6.9 FM 1516 – Converse, China Grove
St. Hedwig 9.0 14.5 Loop 1604 to I-10 / US 87
10.9 17.5 FM 1518 – Schertz, Elmendorf
Wilson La Vernia 19.6 31.5 US 87 – Stockdale, San Antonio
20.3 32.7 FM 775 to US 181 – La Vernia
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1378

Farm to Market Road 1378
Location Collin County
Length 12.926 mi[52] (20.802 km)
Existed 1949[52]–present

Farm to Market Road 1378 (FM 1378) is a 9.9-mile (15.9 km) state-maintained roadway located in southern Collin County, Texas. The route connects State Highway 5 (SH 5) to FM 2514. FM 1378 begins at an intersection with SH 5 south of McKinney, southeastward approximately 14.0 miles via Forest Grove and Lucas to FM 544 west of Wylie.

FM 1378 was designated in 1949 from US 75 (now SH 5) to Forest Grove. In 1951, FM 1378 extended south to FM 544 (now FM 3412), replacing FM 1379 from Lucas to FM 544. In 1978, FM 1378 extended south to current FM 544. This extension was transferred from FM 544.[53] It was changed to Urban Road 1378 in 1995 by Texas Department of Transportation.[54] In 2008, the section of FM 1378 between FM 2514 and FM 544 was removed from the state highway system and given to the City of Wylie. The removed segment has been widened to an urban multilane highway. However, a couple signs remain at the intersection with FM 3412 (which also has signage remaining).

Junction list

The entire route is in Collin County.

Location mi[55] km Destinations Notes
Fairview 0.000 0.000 SH 5 Western terminus
3.261 5.248 FM 2786 west Eastern terminus of FM 2786
Lucas 5.605 9.020 FM 2170 west Eastern terminus of FM 2170
7.593 12.220 FM 3286 east Western terminus of FM 3286
9.949 16.011 FM 2514 Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1379

Farm to Market Road 1379
Location Midland County
Length 32.44 mi[56] (52.21 km)
Existed December 18, 1951[56]–present

FM 1379 (1949)

Farm to Market Road 1379
Location Collin County
Existed July 15, 1949–September 14, 1951

FM 1380

Farm to Market Road 1380
Location Motley County
Length 2.047 mi[57] (3.294 km)
Existed September 26, 1979[57]–present

FM 1380 (1949)

Farm to Market Road 1380
Location Dallas County
Existed July 25, 1949–August 21, 1978

FM 1381

Farm to Market Road 1381
Location Parmer County
Length 1.256 mi[58] (2.021 km)
Existed May 7, 1974[58]–present

Farm to Market Road 1381 (FM 1381) is located entirely in Parmer County.

FM 1381 begins at an intersection with US 60 / SH 86 southwest of Bovina. The highway runs in a northern direction just west of the Bovina city limits for its entire length before ending at an intersection with FM 2290.

The current FM 1381 was designated in 1974 along the current route.

Junction list

The entire route is in Parmer County.

Location mi[58] km Destinations Notes
0.000 0.000 US 60 / SH 86 east – Farwell, Friona, Dimmitt
1.256 2.021 FM 2290 – Clovis, Bovina
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1381 (1949)

Farm to Market Road 1381
Location Dallas County
Existed July 15, 1949–November 16, 1972

FM 1381 was previously designated in 1949, running from US 77 south of Dallas westward to DeSoto at a distance of 2.2 miles (3.5 km). The highway was cancelled and combined with FM 1382 in 1972.

FM 1382

Farm to Market Road 1382
Location Dallas County
Length 18.969 mi[59] (30.528 km)
Existed 1949[59]–present

Farm to Market Road 1382 (FM 1382) is a state highway in Texas that runs from I-35E in DeSoto to SH 180 in Grand Prairie. Most of the highway is part of Belt Line Road, becoming its own route through Cedar Hill around Joe Pool Lake.

FM 1382 begins at I-35E in DeSoto. The highway travels in a western direction through the town and enters Cedar Hill at an intersection with Duncanville Road. FM 1382 travels through a suburban area of the city and turns northwest at Belt Line Road, before running near a major retail center near US 67. Northwest of Pleasant Run Road, the highway travels near several subdivisions before taking a semi-rural route after an intersection with New Clark Road. FM 1382 then travels near the Cedar Hill campus of Northwood University and Cedar Hill State Park near the eastern shore of Joe Pool Lake. The highway travels through a mountain ridge near the state park before entering the city limits of Dallas. FM 1382 briefly travels through city, passes a few subdivisions and has an intersection with Camp Wisdom Road before entering Grand Prairie near I-20. The highway parallels Mountain Creek from I-20 and SE 14th Street then travels near a suburban area of the city. FM 1382 ends at SH 180 near the Grand Prairie town square.

FM 1382 was designated in 1949, running from US 80 (now SH 180) in Grand Prairie southward to a road intersection at a distance of 4.8 miles (7.7 km). The highway was extended 5.8 miles (9.3 km) southeastward to a county road near Cedar Hill in 1954. FM 1382 was extended 1.5 miles (2.4 km) southeastward to Belt Line Road in Cedar Hill in 1958. The highway was extended to I-35E in 1972, replacing FM 1381. All of FM 1382 was internally re-designated as Urban Road 1382 by TxDOT in 1995.[60]

Junction list

The entire road is in Dallas County.

Location mi[61] km Destinations Notes
DeSoto 0.0 0.0 I-35E (R.L. Thornton Freeway/US 77) / Belt Line Road – Dallas, Waxahachie, Lancaster I-35E exit 414; southern terminus of FM 1382; continues east as Belt Line Road.
Cedar Hill 6.6 10.6 Belt Line Road west – Cedar Hill State Park, Joe Pool Lake South end of Belt Line Road overlap
7.0 11.3 US 67 (J. Elmer Weaver Freeway) – Midlothian, Dallas
Grand Prairie 13.5 21.7 I-20 (Ronald Reagan Memorial Highway) – Fort Worth, Dallas I-20 exit 457; Belt Line Road designation begins.
16.3 26.2 Spur 303 (Pioneer Parkway) to Mountain Creek Lake Bridge
18.9 30.4 SH 180 (Main Street) – Arlington, Dallas Northern terminus of FM 1382
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1383

Farm to Market Road 1383
Location Fayette County
Length 10.939 mi[62] (17.605 km)
Existed November 20, 1951[62]–present

FM 1383 (1949)

Farm to Market Road 1383
Location Denton County
Existed July 15, 1949–January 3, 1952

FM 1384

Farm to Market Road 1384
Location Denton County
Length 4.939 mi[63] (7.949 km)
Existed 1949[63]–present

FM 1385

Farm to Market Road 1385
Location Denton County
Length 12.288 mi[64] (19.776 km)
Existed 1949[64]–present

FM 1395

Farm to Market Road 1395
Location Van Zanndt County
Length 6.934 mi[65] (11.159 km)
Existed October 31, 1958[65]–present

FM 1395 (1949)

Farm to Market Road 1395
Location Rockwall County
Existed July 15, 1949–November 4, 1955

FM 1396

Farm to Market Road 1396
Location Fannin County
Length 20.817 mi[66] (33.502 km)
Existed June 23, 1953[66]–present

FM 1396 (1949)

Farm to Market Road 1396
Location Rockwall County
Existed July 15, 1949–February 26, 1953

FM 1397

Farm to Market Road 1397
Location Bowie County
Length 11.458 mi[67] (18.440 km)
Existed 1949[67]–present

Farm to Market Road 1397 (FM 1397) is located entirely in Bowie County.

FM 1397 begins at a junction with I-30 / US 59 / SH 93 in Texarkana. The highway travels in a northern direction along Summerhill Road through a commercial and residential area of the city, leaving Texarkana near Shiling Road. After leaving Texarkana, FM 1397 travels through rural farming areas then turns to the west at an intersection with County Road 2320. The highway starts to run in a more southward direction near Diversion Canal then ends at an intersection with FM 559 in Wamba.

FM 1397 was designated in 1949, running from FM 559 (Richmond Road) near downtown Texarkana northward to Cross Road at a distance of 8.6 miles (13.8 km). The highway was slightly re-routed in Texarkana in 1950, decreasing the route's length by 0.33 miles (0.53 km). In 1960, FM 1397 was extended 5.5 miles (8.9 km) northward, westward and southward to FM 559 at Wamba. The highway's southern terminus was relocated to I-30 in 1967, with the old section of FM 1397 south of the interstate being transferred to SH 93.[68]

Junction list

The entire route is in Bowie County.

Location mi[67] km Destinations Notes
Texarkana 0.000 0.000 I-30 / US 59 / SH 93 south (Summerhill Road) – Dallas, Little Rock I-30 exit 222
Wamba 11.458 18.440 FM 559
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1398

Farm to Market Road 1398
Location Bowie County
Length 10.484 mi[69] (16.872 km)
Existed 1949[69]–present

FM 1399

Farm to Market Road 1399
Location Cass County
Length 15.964 mi[70] (25.692 km)
Existed 1949[70]–present

Notes

References

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