List of Farm to Market Roads in Texas (1700–1799)

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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).

Contents

FM 1700

Farm to Market Road 1700
Location Red River County
Length 3.387 mi[1] (5.451 km)
Existed 1951[1]–present

FM 1701

Farm to Market Road 1701
Location Red River and Bowie counties
Length 15.569 mi[2] (25.056 km)
Existed 1951[2]–present

FM 1702

Farm to Market Road 1702
Location Erath, Comanche and Hamilton counties
Length 30.868 mi[3] (49.677 km)
Existed 1951[3]–present

FM 1703

Farm to Market Road 1703
Location Brewster County
Length 3.933 mi[4] (6.330 km)
Existed September 27, 1960[4]–present
FM 1703 northwest of Alpine, Texas

Farm to Market Road 1703 (FM 1703) is a 3.933 mi (6.330 km) Farm to Market Road in Brewster County, Texas.[4]

The southern terminus of FM 1703 is at US 67 / US 90 in Alpine. The route travels west and then north before state maintenance ends. It was designated on September 27, 1960.[4][5]

The entire route is in Brewster County.

Location mi[6] km Destinations Notes
Alpine 0.0 0.0 US 67 / US 90 – Marfa, Marathon Southern terminus
3.9 6.3 Ranch Road Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1703 (1951)

Farm to Market Road 1703
Location Lynn County
Existed July 25, 1951–February 3, 1960

FM 1703 was first designated on July 25, 1951 as a route in Lynn County. The highway ran from US 84 near the Lubbock county line to FM 211 at a distance of 6.2 miles (10.0 km). The route was cancelled on February 3, 1960, with the mileage being transferred to FM 211.[7]

FM 1704

Farm to Market Road 1704
Location Bastrop County
Length 10.158 mi[8] (16.348 km)
Existed 1951[8]–present

FM 1704 is a farm-to-market road in Bastrop County. It runs from Loop 109 in Elgin southward across US 290 to FM 969. FM 1704 was designated on May 23, 1951, from Loop 109 in Elgin southward 9.5 miles. On December 17, 1952, FM 1704 extended south to FM 969, completing its current route.

FM 1705

Farm to Market Road 1705
Location Randall County
Length 19.212 mi[9] (30.919 km)
Existed December 17, 1952[9]–present

FM 1705 (1951)

Farm to Market Road 1705
Location Johnson County
Existed May 23, 1951–December 17, 1952

FM 1705 was first designated on May 23, 1951 as a route in Johnson County, running from SH 353 (now SH 174) at Rio Vista to SH 171 at a distance of 6.2 miles (10.0 km). The route was slightly modified on October 16, 1951, with the highway being re-routed and decreasing 0.5 miles (0.80 km) in length. FM 1705 was cancelled on December 17, 1952, with the mileage being transferred to an extension of FM 916.[10]

FM 1706

Farm to Market Road 1706
Location Johnson County
Length 0.806 mi[11] (1.297 km)
Existed 1951[11]–present

FM 1707

Farm to Market Road 1707
Location Callahan County
Length 0.582 mi[12] (0.937 km)
Existed July 29, 1993[12]–present

FM 1707 (1951)

Farm to Market Road 1707
Location Parker County
Existed May 23, 1951–December 20, 1984

FM 1707 was previously designated as a route in Parker County. The highway was established on May 23, 1951, running from US 80 (now US 180) east of Weatherford to Dicey at a distance of 5.2 miles (8.4 km). The route was extended 6.0 miles (9.7 km) to Silver Creek on December 17, 1952. FM 1705 was extended 3.5 miles (5.6 km) to a road intersection on October 29, 1953. The road was extended to SH 199 in Azle on June 28, 1955. This route was cancelled on December 20, 1984, with the mileage being transferred to FM 730.[13]

FM 1708

Farm to Market Road 1708
Location Parker County
Length 1.588 mi[14] (2.556 km)
Existed 1951[14]–present

FM 1709

Farm to Market Road 1709
Location Tarrant County
Length 9.128 mi[15] (14.690 km)
Existed 1951[16]–present

FM 1710

Farm to Market Road 1710
Location Throckmorton County
Length 6.186 mi[17] (9.955 km)
Existed 1951[17]–present

FM 1711

Farm to Market Road 1711
Location Throckmorton County
Length 11.07 mi[18][nb 1] (17.82 km)
Existed 1951[18]–present

Farm to Market Road 1711 (FM 1711) is a farm-to-market road in Texas that serves Throckmorton County. The road begins east of Throckmorton at an intersection with US 380, and continues north intersecting with SH 79 until it ends at a county road north of Elbert.

FM 1711 was designated on May 23, 1951, running from SH 79 in Elbert north 3.7 miles (6.0 km) to a road intersection. On August 24, 1955, FM 1711 was extended south 3.0 miles (4.8 km). On November 21, 1956, FM 1711 was extended south to SH 24 (now US 380).

Junction list

The entire route is in Throckmorton County.

Location mi[19] km Destinations Notes
0.0 0.0 US 380 – Throckmorton, Graham
Elbert 7.5 12.1 SH 79 south – Throckmorton South end of SH 79 overlap
7.6 12.2 SH 79 north – Olney North end of SH 79 overlap
11.2 18.0 County Road 440 / County Road 442
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1712

Farm to Market Road 1712
Location Milam County
Length 5.063 mi[20] (8.148 km)
Existed June 1, 1960[20]–present

FM 1712 (1951)

Farm to Market Road 1712
Location Hartley County
Existed May 23, 1951–December 18, 1959

FM 1712 was previously designated as a route in Hartley County. The highway was designated on May 23, 1951, running from US 87 southeast of Dalhart to US 87 at Hartley at a distance of 17.4 miles (28.0 km). Part of FM 1712 was transferred to FM 281 on December 17, 1953.[21] The route was cancelled on December 18, 1959, with the mileage being transferred to FM 807.[22]

FM 1713

Farm to Market Road 1713
Location Hill and Bosque counties
Length 9.902 mi[23] (15.936 km)
Existed October 31, 1958[23]–present

FM 1713 (1951)

Farm to Market Road 1713
Location Lipscomb County
Existed May 23, 1951–November 29, 1957

FM 1713 was originally designated on May 23, 1951, running from SH 117 at Follett southward at a distance of 4.5 miles (7.2 km). This highway was cancelled on November 29, 1957, with the mileage being transferred to FM 1454.[24]

FM 1714

Farm to Market Road 1714
Location Randall County
Length 10.503 mi[25] (16.903 km)
Existed 1951[25]–present

FM 1715

Farm to Market Road 1715
Location Lampasas County
Length 6.351 mi[26] (10.221 km)
Existed July 29, 1993[26]–present

Farm to Market Road 1715 (FM 1715) is a farm-to-market road in Texas that serves Lampasas County. The road begins at FM 580 outside of Lampasas and continues east until ending at US 190 east of Lampasas.

The current FM 1715 was designated on July 29, 1993, from US 190 northward 2.2 miles (3.5 km). On June 27, 1995, FM 1715 was extended west to FM 580.

Junction list

The entire route is in Lampasas County.

Location mi[27] km Destinations Notes
0.0 0.0 US 190 (Central Texas Expressway) – Lampasas, Copperas Cove
6.4 10.3 FM 580 – Lampasas, Topsey
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1715 (1951)

Farm to Market Road 1715
Location Rusk County
Existed May 23, 1951–December 17, 1952

FM 1715 was first designated on May 23, 1951, running from FM 348 at Pine Hill to US 79 at a distance of 3.6 miles (5.8 km). The route was cancelled on December 17, 1952, with the mileage being transferred to FM 348.[28]

FM 1715 (1952)

Farm to Market Road 1715
Location Erath County
Existed December 17, 1952–December 20, 1984

The second FM 1715 was designated on December 17, 1952, running from US 281 at Morgan Mill northwestward to Sapoak at a distance of 6.2 miles (10.0 km). On September 20, 1961, he highway was extended 5.2 miles (8.4 km) westward to SH 108, absorbing FM 2463 in the process.[29] FM 1715 was cancelled on December 20, 1984, with the mileage being transferred to FM 1188.[30]

FM 1716

Farm to Market Road 1716
Location Rusk County
Length 18.908 mi[31] (30.429 km)
Existed June 30, 1955[31]–present

FM 1716 (May 1951)

Farm to Market Road 1716
Location Rusk County
Existed May 23, 1951–December 10, 1951

The first use of FM 1716 was in Rusk County, from FM 225 at Laneville northwest to FM 839. Six months later FM 1716 was cancelled and became a portion of FM 95.

FM 1716 (December 1951)

Farm to Market Road 1716
Location Hopkins County
Existed December 18, 1951–December 17, 1952

The second use of FM 1716 was in Hopkins County, from SH 154 east to Reilly Springs. FM 1716 was cancelled on December 17, 1952 and transferred to FM 1567.

FM 1716 (1952)

Farm to Market Road 1716
Location Erath County
Existed December 17, 1952–October 25, 1954

The third use of FM 1716 was in Erath County, from SH 108 at Huckabay southwest to a road intersection. FM 1716 was cancelled on October 25, 1954 and became a portion of FM 219.

FM 1717

Farm to Market Road 1717
Location Kleberg County
Length 5.209 mi[32] (8.383 km)
Existed August 20, 1952[32]–present

FM 1717 (1951)

Farm to Market Road 1717
Location Rusk County
Existed May 23, 1951–July 9, 1952

The original FM 1717 was designated on May 23, 1951 from FM 782 near Oak Hill northeast to SH 149. FM 1717 was cancelled on July 9, 1952 and transferred to FM 782.

FM 1718

Farm to Market Road 1718
Location Johnson County
Length 3.46 mi[33] (5.57 km)
Existed July 30, 1964[33]–present

Farm to Market Road 1718 is located in Johnson County. It runs from SH 171 at Cleburne southwest to Harvest Hill Road.

FM 1718 was designated on July 30, 1964 from SH 171 at Cleburne southwest to Cleburne Reservoir as a replacement of a section of FM 1434. On December 15, 2005 a 0.2 mile section from Harvest Hill Road to Cleburne Reservoir was removed from the highway system and turned over to the city of Cleburne.

FM 1718 (1951)

Farm to Market Road 1718
Location Dawson and Martin counties
Existed May 23, 1951–October 10, 1961

The original FM 1718 was designated on May 23, 1951 from RM 87 (now SH 176), 4 miles east of SH 137, north 10 miles to a road intersection. On September 29, 1954 the road was extended northwest 5.8 miles to the Dawson County line. On October 26, 1954 a 3.7 mile section from the Dawson County line to SH 349 was added. On September 2, 1960 the road was extended to US 180, replacing a section of FM 1064. FM 1718 was cancelled on October 10, 1961 and transferred to FM 829.

FM 1719

Farm to Market Road 1719
Location Potter County
Length 10.094 mi[34] (16.245 km)
Existed May 23, 1951[34]–present

FM 1719 (May 1951)

Farm to Market Road 1719
Location Kendall County
Existed May 23, 1951–July 18, 1951

The original FM 1719 was designated on May 23, 1951 from US 87 in Boerne southwest to the Bandera County line. Two months later FM 1719 was cancelled and became a part of FM 475.

FM 1720

Farm to Market Road 1720
Location Haskell County
Length 8.756 mi[35] (14.091 km)
Existed December 17, 1952[35]–present

FM 1720 was designated on December 17, 1952, from SH 24 9 miles west of Throckmorton, northwest 6 miles.[36] On October 28, 1953, FM 1720 extended northwest 6.5 miles to a road intersection.[37] On September 29, 1954, FM 1720 extended west to US 277 at Weinert.[38] On September 5, 1973, the section of FM 1720 east of FM 266 was signed (but not designated) as part of SH 222.[39] On August 29, 1990, the section east of FM 266 was officially redesignated as part of SH 222.

FM 1720 (May 1951)

Farm to Market Road 1720
Location Tom Green County
Existed May 23, 1951[40]–November 28, 1951

The original FM 1720 was designated on May 23, 1951 from US 87 (now FM 1223) 1 mile east of US 277 east 6.6 miles. FM 1720 was cancelled on November 28, 1951 and transferred to FM 765. [41]

FM 1720 (December 1951)

Farm to Market Road 1720
Location Hopkins County
Existed December 18, 1951[42]–December 17, 1952

The next FM 1720 was designated from SH 154 west to Arbala and north to a road intersection 5.6 miles from SH 154. FM 1720 was cancelled on December 17, 1952 and transferred to FM 1567.[43]

FM 1721

Farm to Market Road 1721
Location Randall County
Length 2.565 mi[44] (4.128 km)
Existed October 31, 1958[44]–present

FM 1721 (1951)

Farm to Market Road 1721
Location DeWitt County
Existed May 23, 1951–November 20, 1951

The original FM 1721 was designated on May 23, 1951 from SH 29, 5 miles south of Cuero, to Areneckeville. On November 20, 1951, FM 1721 was eliminated; FM 236 was extended instead.

FM 1722

Farm to Market Road 1722
Location Ellis County
Length 5.773 mi[45] (9.291 km)
Existed January 18, 1952[45]–present

FM 1722 (1951)

Farm to Market Road 1722
Location DeWitt County
Existed May 23, 1951–January 17, 1952

The original FM 1722 was designated on May 23, 1951 from FM 682, 1 mile west of Terryville, southwest to Stratton. FM 1722 was cancelled on January 17, 1952 and transferred to FM 1447.

RM 1723

Ranch to Market Road 1723
Location Mason County
Length 3.985 mi[46] (6.413 km)
Existed May 23, 1951[46][nb 2]–present

FM 1724

Farm to Market Road 1724
Location Chambers County
Length 4.911 mi[47] (7.903 km)
Existed 1951[47]–present

FM 1725

Farm to Market Road 1725
Location Liberty and San Jacinto counties
Length 20.442 mi[48] (32.898 km)
Existed 1951[48]–present

FM 1726

Farm to Market Road 1726
Location Goliad County
Length 12.332 mi[49] (19.846 km)
Existed 1951[49]–present

FM 1727

Farm to Market Road 1727
Location Dallam County
Length 18.678 mi[50] (30.059 km)
Existed September 21, 1955[50]–present

FM 1727 (1951)

Farm to Market Road 1727
Location Matagorda County
Existed May 23, 1951–November 12, 1954

The original FM 1727 was designated on May 23, 1951 from SH 35 west via Blessing to the Jackson County line. FM 1727 was cancelled on November 12, 1954 and became a portion of FM 616.

FM 1728

Farm to Market Road 1728
Location Matagorda County
Length 9.559 mi[51] (15.384 km)
Existed 1951[51]–present

FM 1729

Farm to Market Road 1729
Location Lubbock County
Length 30.656 mi[52] (49.336 km)
Existed 1951[52]–present

FM 1730

Farm to Market Road 1730
Location Lubbock and Lynn counties
Length 18.444 mi[53] (29.683 km)
Existed 1951[53]–present

FM 1731

Farm to Market Road 1731
Location Parmer and Bailey counties
Length 52.064 mi[54] (83.789 km)
Existed 1951[54]–present

FM 1732

Farm to Market Road 1732
Location Cameron County
Length 5.092 mi[55] (8.195 km)
Existed January 29, 1957[55]–present

FM 1732 (1951)

Farm to Market Road 1732
Location Houston County
Existed May 23, 1951–December 17, 1956

The original FM 1732 was designated on May 23, 1951 from SH 21 at Austonio west to Ash. FM 1732 was cancelled on December 17, 1956 and became a portion of FM 1280.

FM 1733

Farm to Market Road 1733
Location Houston County
Length 10.336 mi[56] (16.634 km)
Existed 1951[56]–present

FM 1734

Farm to Market Road 1734
Location Titus County
Length 8.871 mi[57] (14.276 km)
Existed 1951[57]–present

FM 1735

Farm to Market Road 1735
Location Titus County
Length 8.199 mi[58] (13.195 km)
Existed 1951[58]–present

FM 1736

Farm to Market Road 1736
Location Waller County
Length 17.139 mi[59] (27.583 km)
Existed 1951[59]–present

FM 1737

Farm to Market Road 1737
Location Hunt County
Length 2.778 mi[60] (4.471 km)
Existed 1951[60]–present

FM 1738

Farm to Market Road 1738
Location Jasper County
Length 4.279 mi[61] (6.886 km)
Existed December 17, 1952[61]–present

FM 1738 (1951)

Farm to Market Road 1738
Location Hunt County
Existed May 23, 1951–December 17, 1952

The original FM 1738 was designated on May 23, 1951 from FM 118 at Jacobia north and east to a county road. FM 1738 was cancelled on December 17, 1952 and transferred to FM 118.

FM 1739

Farm to Market Road 1739
Location Wichita County
Length 10.644 mi[62] (17.130 km)
Existed 1951[62]–present

FM 1740

Farm to Market Road 1740
Location Wichita and Clay counties
Length 14.199 mi[63] (22.851 km)
Existed 1951[63]–present

Farm to Market Road 1740 (FM 1740) is a two-lane, state-maintained highway that connects Wichita Falls with farming areas in northeastern Wichita County and northwestern Clay County, running from FM 171 northeastward to FM 810.

FM 1740 begins at an intersection with FM 171 just outside of Wichita Falls. The highway is locally known as Lower Charlie Road and runs parallel to the Wichita River. FM 1740 ends at an intersection with FM 810.

FM 1740 was designated on May 23, 1951, running from FM 171 to the Clay county line. The highway was extended to a road intersection on December 17, 1952. FM 1740 was extended to its current eastern terminus at FM 810 on August 24, 1955.

Junction list

The entire route is in Wichita County.

Location mi[64] km Destinations Notes
0.0 0.0 FM 171 – Wichita Falls, Charlie
8.9 14.3 FM 2393 – Thornberry, Dean
14.2 22.9 FM 810 – Charlie, Petrolia
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1741

Farm to Market Road 1741
Location Bell County
Length 5.428 mi[65] (8.736 km)
Existed December 18, 1951[65]–present

Farm to Market Road 1741 (FM 1741) is located entirely within the city limits of Temple, where it is known locally as 31st Street.

FM 1741 begins at an intersection with FM 93 near the southern edge of the city. The highway travels in a slight northeast direction and travels through suburban areas of the city before passing through a major retail center near US 190/SH 36/Loop 363. FM 1741 passes by a major medical center and travels just east of I-35 before ending at an intersection with SH 53 about a mile west of downtown Temple.

The current FM 1741 was designated on December 18, 1951, running from US 81 in Belton to the southern Temple city limit at a distance of approximately 8.0 miles (12.9 km). The highway was extended 0.5 miles (0.80 km) to Avenue H in Temple on May 2, 1962. The section of FM 1741 between US 81 and FM 2618 was realigned and transferred to FM 93 in January 31, 1974.[66] The northern terminus of the highway was extended to SH 53 on November 29, 1990. All of FM 1741 was internally re-designated as Urban Road 1741 by TxDOT on June 27, 1995.[67]

Junction list

The entire route is in Temple, Bell County.

mi[68] km Destinations Notes
0.0 0.0 FM 93 to I-35 / SH 95
3.2 5.1 US 190 / SH 36 / Loop 363 (H.K. Dodgen Loop) Future I-14
5.3 8.5 SH 53 east (Central Avenue)
5.4 8.7 SH 53 west (Adams Avenue) to I-35 – Airport
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1741 (1951)

Farm to Market Road 1741
Location Kent County
Existed May 23, 1951–April 29, 1952

FM 1741 was first designated on May 23, 1951, running from US 380 west of Clairemont southward 4.6 miles to the Double Mountain Fork Brazos River at a distance of 4.6 miles (7.4 km). The highway was extended 1.5 miles (2.4 km) southward on November 11, 1951. FM 1741 was cancelled on April 29, 1952, with the mileage being transferred to FM 1231.[69]

FM 1742

Farm to Market Road 1742
Location Delta County
Length 2.48 mi[70] (3.99 km)
Existed April 24, 1953[70]–present

FM 1742 (1951)

Farm to Market Road 1742
Location Coryell County
Existed May 23, 1951–February 20, 1952

The first use of FM 1742 was designated on May 23, 1951 in Coryell County, from Spur 18 at Oglesby to SH 236 north of Mother Neff State Park. On July 6, 1951 the road was extended 1.3 miles north to US 84, replacing Spur 18. FM 1742 was cancelled on February 20, 1952 and transferred to FM 107.

FM 1742 (1952)

Farm to Market Road 1742
Location Martin County
Existed February 21, 1952–April 9, 1953

The second use of FM 1742 was designated on February 21, 1952 in Martin County, from SH 137 at Flower Grove east and south to FM 846. On January 29, 1953 a 5.2 mile section from SH 137 to FM 2002 was transferred to FM 2002. FM 1742 was cancelled on April 9, 1953 and transferred to FM 26.

FM 1743

Farm to Market Road 1743
Location Fannin County
Length 12.225 mi[71] (19.674 km)
Existed December 18, 1951[71]–present

FM 1743 (1951)

Farm to Market Road 1743
Location Hamilton County
Existed May 23, 1951–November 20, 1951

The original FM 1743 was designated on May 23, 1951 from FM 218 at Pottsville to a road intersection 2.9 miles northwest of Shive. On November 20, 1951 FM 1743 was cancelled and transferred to FM 221.

FM 1744

Farm to Market Road 1744
Location Hamilton County
Length 11.728 mi[72] (18.874 km)
Existed 1951[72]–present

FM 1745

Farm to Market Road 1745
Location Polk and Tyler counties
Length 20.66 mi[73] (33.25 km)
Existed 1951[73]–present

FM 1746

Farm to Market Road 1746
Location Tyler County
Length 13.684 mi[74] (22.022 km)
Existed 1951[74]–present

FM 1747

Farm to Market Road 1747
Location Jasper County
Length 6.93 mi[75] (11.15 km)
Existed 1951[75]–present

FM 1748

Farm to Market Road 1748
Location Grimes County
Length 1.562 mi[76] (2.514 km)
Existed February 19, 1952[76]–present

FM 1748 (1951)

Farm to Market Road 1748
Location Taylor County
Existed May 23, 1951–February 20, 1952

The original FM 1748 was designated on May 23, 1951 from US 83 at Guion to FM 688, 1 mile west of Lawn. FM 1748 was cancelled on February 20, 1952 and transferred to FM 604.

FM 1749

Farm to Market Road 1749
Location Montague County
Length 12.191 mi[77] (19.620 km)
Existed September 29, 1954[77]–present

Farm to Market Road 1749 (FM 1749) is a two-lane, state-maintained highway. It connects the farming areas near Forestburg with SH 101 at Sunset in far south central Montague County.

FM 1749 runs from SH 101 in Sunset to FM 455 near Forestburg.

The current FM 1749 was designated on September 29, 1954, running from US 81 (now SH 101) to a road intersection at a distance of 7.1 miles (11.4 km). The highway was extended 5.9 miles (9.5 km) to FM 455 on May 6, 1964.

Junction list

The entire route is in Montague County.

Location mi[78] km Destinations Notes
Sunset 0.0 0.0 SH 101 / Spur 511 south – Bridgeport, Fort Worth, Bowie
12.2 19.6 FM 455 – Montague, Forestburg
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1749 (May 1951)

Farm to Market Road 1749
Location Taylor County
Existed May 23, 1951–October 9, 1951

The first FM 1749 was designated on May 23, 1951, running from US 83 at Tuscola eastward to US 84 at a distance of 2.8 miles (4.5 km). The route was cancelled on October 9, 1951, with the mileage being transferred to FM 613.[79]

FM 1749 (October 1951)

Farm to Market Road 1749
Location Atascosa and Bexar counties
Existed October 16, 1951–May 25, 1953

FM 1749 was designated again on October 16, 1951, running from US 81 (now SH 132) in Lytle to the community of Bexar. The route was cancelled on May 25, 1953, with the mileage being transferred to FM 1518.[80]

FM 1749 (1953)

Farm to Market Road 1749
Location Pecos and Terrell counties
Existed June 25, 1953–September 29, 1954

FM 1749 was designated a third time on June 25, 1953, running from US 290 (now SH 290) at Sheffield to the Terrell county line. The highway was extended 12.0 miles (19.3 km) on October 29, 1953. FM 1749 was cancelled on September 29, 1954, with the mileage being transferred to FM 1217.[81]

FM 1750

Farm to Market Road 1750
Location Callahan and Taylor counties
Length 12.019 mi[82] (19.343 km)
Existed 1951[82]–present

FM 1751

Farm to Market Road 1751
Location San Augustine County
Length 18.733 mi[83] (30.148 km)
Existed April 24, 1953[83]–present

FM 1751 (1951)

Farm to Market Road 1751
Location Fannin County
Existed May 23, 1951–April 7, 1953

The original FM 1751 was designated on May 23, 1951 from SH 78, 2.5 miles west of Leonard, south to the Collin County line. FM 1751 was cancelled on April 7, 1953 and transferred to FM 981.

FM 1752

Farm to Market Road 1752
Location Fannin County
Length 12.122 mi[84] (19.508 km)
Existed 1951[84]–present

FM 1753

Farm to Market Road 1753
Location Grayson and Fannin counties
Length 21.923 mi[85] (35.282 km)
Existed 1951[85]–present

FM 1754

Farm to Market Road 1754
Location Donley County
Length 2.64 mi[86] (4.25 km)
Existed 1951[86]–present

FM 1755

Farm to Market Road 1755
Location Donley County
Length 2.142 mi[87] (3.447 km)
Existed 1951[87]–present

FM 1756

Farm to Market Road 1756
Location Knox County
Length 12.314 mi[88] (19.817 km)
Existed 1951[88]–present

FM 1757

Farm to Market Road 1757
Location Gaines County
Length 24.63 mi[89] (39.64 km)
Existed February 19, 1952[89]–present

FM 1757 (1951)

Farm to Market Road 1757
Location Knox County
Existed May 23, 1951–February 19, 1952

The original FM 1757 was designated on May 23, 1951 from FM 1756, 1.5 miles west of Truscott, south to a county road. On February 19, 1952, FM 1757 was cancelled in exchange for extending FM 1756 west 1.3 miles from its previous terminus.

FM 1758

Farm to Market Road 1758
Location Montague County
Length 7.6 mi[90] (12.2 km)
Existed 1951[90]–present

Farm to Market Road 1758 (FM 1758) is a two-lane farm to market road in central Montague County, Texas.[90]

FM 1758 begins at an intersection with SH 59 between Bowie and Montague. It travels in a southwesterly direction for 7.600 miles (12.231 km) before state maintenance ends near Salona in unincorporated Montague County.[91]

FM 1758 was designated on May 23, 1951, connecting SH 59 to the community of Salona 5.2 miles southeast of SH 59. It was extended to its current length on May 7, 1970.

Junction list

The entire route is in Montague County.

Location mi[92] km Destinations Notes
0.0 0.0 SH 59 – Bowie, Montague Western terminus
7.6 12.2 Denver Road Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1759

Farm to Market Road 1759
Location Montague County
Length 5.516 mi[93] (8.877 km)
Existed 1951[93]–present

Farm to Market Road 1759 (FM 1759) is a two-lane, state-maintained highway that connects the farming areas of north central Montague County to Nocona. FM 1759 also intersects with FM 3394 leading to the Red River, and other various county secondary roads.

FM 1759 begins at an intersection with FM 103 in Nocona, Montague County, heading west-southwest on two-lane undivided West Pine Street. The road heads through residential areas, curving west and heading between American Legion Park to the north and Nocona Cemetery to the south. The highway turns north and leaves Nocona, becoming an unnamed road that passes through open farmland with occasional trees and homes. FM 1759 curves to the west and comes to an intersection with the southern terminus of FM 3394. From here, the road heads through more rural areas, turning to the north again. FM 1759 reaches its northern terminus at an intersection with White and Briddy Road, where the road continues north as Gray Road[94][95]

FM 1759 was first designated on May 23, 1951, running from FM 103 to an intersection 2.3 miles (3.7 km) to the northwest. The highway was extended an additional 1.6 miles (2.6 km) on November 24, 1959. On May 2, 1967, FM 1759 was extended to its current terminus.

Junction list

The entire route is in Montague County.

Location mi[94] km Destinations Notes
Nocona 0.0 0.0 FM 103 (Clay Street) – Montague, Spanish Fort
2.1 3.4 FM 3394 north Southern terminus of FM 3394
5.5 8.9 Gray Road north / White and Briddy Road
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1760

Farm to Market Road 1760
Location Bailey County
Length 16.291 mi[96] (26.218 km)
Existed 1951[96]–present

FM 1761

Farm to Market Road 1761
Location Willacy County
Length 6.901 mi[97] (11.106 km)
Existed 1951[97]–present

FM 1762

Farm to Market Road 1762
Location Willacy County
Length 6.729 mi[98] (10.829 km)
Existed 1951[98]–present

FM 1763

Farm to Market Road 1763
Location Wilbarger County
Length 31.867 mi[99] (51.285 km)
Existed 1951[99]–present

FM 1764

Farm to Market Road 1764
Location Galveston County
Length 13.265 mi[100] (21.348 km)
Existed May 23, 1951[100]–present

Farm to Market Road 1764 is located in Galveston County. It runs from SH 6 in Santa Fe to 14th Street in Texas City. There are brief concurrencies with FM 2004 and IH 45.

FM 1764 was designated on May 23, 1951 from the then-new route of US 75 (now IH 45) and Camp Wallace Road east to SH 146. On December 17, 1952 the road was extended west 5.3 miles to SH 6. On November 21, 1956 the road was extended 2.3 miles east to 14th Street in Texas City. On October 16, 1989 a gap in the route was added at the IH 45/FM 2004 intersection. On June 30, 1995 the entire route was transferred to UR 1764.

FM 1765

Farm to Market Road 1765
Location Galveston County
Length 7.696 mi[101] (12.386 km)
Existed May 23, 1951[101]–present

Farm to Market Road 1765 is located in Galveston County. It runs from FM 2004 in La Marque to Loop 197 in Texas City. The road is known locally as Texas Avenue.

FM 1765 was designated on May 23, 1951 from SH 6 west of Hitchcock north and east to the then-old route of US 75 (now SH 3). On December 17, 1952 a 1.7 mile section from SH 6 to FM 2004 was transferred to FM 2004. On November 29, 1990, the road was extended to Loop 197 (now Spur 197), replacing SH 348. on June 27, 1995 the entire route was transferred to UR 1765.

FM 1766

Farm to Market Road 1766
Location Cass County
Length 6.639 mi[102] (10.684 km)
Existed January 23, 1953[102]–present

FM 1766 (1951)

Farm to Market Road 1766
Location Schleicher County
Existed May 23, 1951–January 23, 1953

The original FM 1766 was designated on May 23, 1951 from US 277 in Eldorado northwest 8 miles to a road intersection. On November 20, 1951 the road was extended northwest another 6 miles. FM 1766 was cancelled on January 23, 1953 and transferred to FM 915.

FM 1767

Farm to Market Road 1767
Location Hale County
Length 2.008 mi[103] (3.232 km)
Existed September 27, 1960[103]–present

FM 1767 (May 1951)

Farm to Market Road 1767
Location Comanche County
Existed May 23, 1951–December 12, 1951

The first use of FM 1767 was in Comanche County, from SH 36, 4 miles east of Gustine north and west via Hazeldell to a road intersection. FM 1767 was cancelled on December 12, 1951 and became a portion of FM 591.

FM 1767 (December 1951)

Farm to Market Road 1767
Location Rains and Wood counties
Existed December 18, 1951–December 21, 1959

The second use of FM 1767 was in Rains and Wood counties, from SH 19, 6 miles north of Emory, east to a road intersection. On October 27, 1953 the road was extended east 3.2 miles to FM 17, replacing FM 2089. FM 1767 was cancelled on December 21, 1959 and transferred to FM 514.

FM 1768

Farm to Market Road 1768
Location Young County
Length 11.55 mi[104] (18.59 km)
Existed 1951[104]–present

FM 1769

Farm to Market Road 1769
Location Young County
Length 22.37 mi[105] (36.00 km)
Existed 1951[105]–present

FM 1770

Farm to Market Road 1770
Location Runnels and Coleman counties
Length 20.824 mi[106] (33.513 km)
Existed 1951[106]–present

FM 1771

Farm to Market Road 1771
Location Falls and Limestone counties
Length 12.103 mi[107] (19.478 km)
Existed 1951[107]–present

FM 1772

Farm to Market Road 1772
Location Falls County
Length 3.7 mi[108] (6.0 km)
Existed 1951[108]–present

RM 1773

Ranch to Market Road 1773
Location Menard County
Length 12.833 mi[109] (20.653 km)
Existed July 25, 1951[109][nb 3]–present

FM 1773

Farm to Market Road 1773
Location Montgomery County
Existed August 22, 1951–September 27, 1951

The original FM 1773 was designated on August 22, 1951 from US 59 (now Loop 494) at New Caney east to the Harris County line. This designation was short-lived as FM 1773 became a portion of FM 1485 on September 27, 1951.

FM 1774

Farm to Market Road 1774
Location Grimes, Waller and Montgomery counties
Length 32.208 mi[110] (51.834 km)
Existed 1951[110]–present

FM 1775

Farm to Market Road 1775
Location Hansford County
Length 1.019 mi[111] (1.640 km)
Existed 1951[111]–present

FM 1776

Farm to Market Road 1776
Location Ward and Pecos counties
Length 43.906 mi[112] (70.660 km)
Existed February 24, 1956[112]–present

FM 1776 (1951)

Farm to Market Road 1776
Location San Augustine and Sabine counties
Existed September 19, 1951–October 14, 1954

The first use of FM 1776 was in San Augustine and Sabine counties, from SH 21 at Ford's Corner south to SH 184 at Bronson. This was formerly a section of US 96. On October 14, 1954, FM 1776 was cancelled and became a portion of FM 1.

FM 1776 (1955)

Farm to Market Road 1776
Location Grimes County
Existed February 17, 1955–November 2, 1955

The next use of FM 1776 was in Grimes County, from FM 149 at Richards, southeast via Dacus to the Montgomery County line. FM 1776 was cancelled ten months later and transferred to FM 1486.

FM 1777

Farm to Market Road 1777
Location Collin County
Length 6.025 mi[113] (9.696 km)
Existed September 19, 1951[113]–present

Farm to Market Road 1777 (FM 1777) connects the towns of Royse City and Josephine in southeastern Collin County.

FM 1777 begins at an intersection with SH 66 in Royse City and runs through mostly rural farm land before ending at an intersection with FM 6 in Josephine.

FM 1777 was designated on September 19, 1951, running from US 67 (now SH 66) near Royse City northward at a distance of 3.1 miles (5.0 km). The highway was extended 3.3 miles (5.3 km) to FM 6 on April 29, 1952.

Junction list

The entire route is in Collin County.

Location mi[114] km Destinations Notes
Royse City 0.0 0.0 SH 66 – Royse City, Caddo Mills
Josephine 6.0 9.7 FM 6 (Cook Street) – Nevada, Caddo Mills
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1778

Farm to Market Road 1778
Location Collin County
Length 4.676 mi[115] (7.525 km)
Existed 1951[115]–present

Farm to Market Road 1778 (FM 1778) runs through rural farm areas of Collin County.

FM 1778 begins at an intersection with Bus. SH 78 in Copeville near Lavon Lake. The highway runs in an eastern direction and runs along the northern boundary of Nevada where it intersects FM 1138. FM 1778 continues to run east before ending at an intersection with FM 547 near Josephine.

FM 1778 was designated on September 19, 1951, running from SH 78 (now Bus. SH 78) in Copeville to a road intersection at a distance of 3.3 miles (5.3 km). The highway was extended 1.6 miles (2.6 km) to FM 547 on October 31, 1957.

Junction list

The entire route is in Collin County.

Location mi[116] km Destinations Notes
Copeville 0.0 0.0
Bus. SH 78 – Farmersville, Lavon
Nevada 3.1 5.0 FM 1138 south – Nevada
4.7 7.6 FM 547 – Farmersville, Josephine
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1779

Farm to Market Road 1779
Location Cochran County
Length 4.178 mi[117] (6.724 km)
Existed 1951[117]–present

FM 1780

Farm to Market Road 1780
Location Gaines, Yoakum and Cochran counties
Length 62.203 mi[118][nb 4] (100.106 km)
Existed 1951[118]–present

Farm to Market Road 1780 (FM 1780) is a farm-to-market road located in the South Plains region of West Texas. The highway begins at an intersection with State Highway 83 (SH 83) just west of Seagraves and runs in a generally north direction, ending at SH 214 in Morton. The highway runs parallel to SH 214, acting as an alternate route to that highway between Denver City and Morton.

The route of FM 1780 is mostly rural, with Whiteface and Morton as the only towns along the highway's route.

FM 1780 begins at an intersection with SH 83 approximately five miles (8.0 km) west of Seagraves. The highway enters Yoakum County just north of here and has intersections with FM 1939 and FM 213. FM 1780 meets U.S. Highway 82/U.S. Route 380 (US 82/US 380) at a stop sign approximately 12 miles (19 km) east of Plains. The highway's next intersection is with FM 2196, entering Cochran County north of here. FM 1780 has an intersection with FM 301 west of Sundown before sharing a brief overlap with FM 1585. The highway meets FM 300 before entering the town of Whiteface. In Morton, FM 1780 serves as the eastern terminus for SH 125 and has a brief overlap with SH 114 along the town's northern boundary. The highway continues to run north before turning west at County Road 245. FM 1780 continues to run in a generally west direction before reaching its northern terminus at SH 214 in Morton.

FM 1780 was first designated on July 25, 1951, running from SH 290 (current SH 114) in Morton to SH 290 (current SH 114) in Whiteface. On October 16, 1951, the west end was changed to SH 214 in Morton. The highway was extended further south along the old route of FM 769 from SH 116 (current SH 114) to FM 301, and on a new route south to FM 2196 on September 21, 1955.[119] On September 27, 1960, FM 1780 was extended south to US 380. On May 25, 1976, FM 1780 was extended further south to its current southern terminus at SH 83, absorbing FM 1544 and parts of FM 1939.[120][121]

Junction list
County Location mi[122] km Destinations Notes
Gaines 0.0 0.0 SH 83 – Seagraves, Denver City
Yoakum 3.5 5.6 FM 1933 west – Denver City
5.5 8.9 FM 330 west
7.5 12.1 FM 213 – Wellman
16.6 26.7 US 82 / US 380 – Plains, Brownfield
22.6 36.4 FM 2196
Cochran 35.7 57.5 FM 301 – Sundown
37.9 61.0 FM 1585 west South end of FM 1585 overlap
38.6 62.1 FM 1585 east North end of FM 1585 overlap
43.3 69.7 FM 300 east – Levelland
Whiteface 45.5 73.2 SH 125 west – Bledsoe
45.8 73.7 SH 114 east – Levelland South end of SH 114 overlap
46.1 74.2 SH 114 west – Morton North end of SH 114 overlap
Morton 62.6 100.7 SH 214 – Plains, Muleshoe
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1781

Farm to Market Road 1781
Location Aransas County
Length 8.96 mi[123] (14.42 km)
Existed 1951[123]–present

FM 1782

Farm to Market Road 1782
Location Floyd County
Length 2.004 mi[124] (3.225 km)
Existed September 27, 1960[124]–present

FM 1782 (1951)

Farm to Market Road 1782
Location Navarro County
Existed July 25, 1951–November 28, 1958

The original FM 1782 was designated on July 25, 1951 from SH 22 in Blooming Grove northwest to a road intersection. FM 1782 was cancelled on November 28, 1958 and transferred to FM 55.

FM 1783

Farm to Market Road 1783
Location Coryell County
Length 12.019 mi[125] (19.343 km)
Existed November 20, 1951[125]–present

FM 1783 (May 1951)

Farm to Market Road 1783
Location Archer County
Existed May 23, 1951–November 20, 1951

The original FM 1783 was designated on May 23, 1951 from US 281 at Scotland east to the Clay County line. FM 1783 was cancelled on November 20, 1951 and transferred to FM 172.

FM 1784

Farm to Market Road 1784
Location Atascosa County
Length 7.359 mi[126] (11.843 km)
Existed 1951[126]–present

FM 1785

Farm to Market Road 1785
Location Howard and Borden counties
Length 23.353 mi[127] (37.583 km)
Existed October 30, 1953[127]–present

FM 1785 (1951)

Farm to Market Road 1785
Location Atascosa County
Existed September 19, 1951–October 28, 1953

The original FM 1785 was designated on September 19, 1951 from US 281 at Campbellton northeast to a road intersection. FM 1785 was cancelled on November 27, 1953 and transferred to FM 791.

FM 1786

Farm to Market Road 1786
Location Milam County
Length 1.758 mi[128] (2.829 km)
Existed January 18, 1952[128]–present

FM 1786 (1951)

Farm to Market Road 1786
Location Atascosa County
Existed September 19, 1951–January 31, 1952

The original FM 1786 was designated on September 19, 1951 from FM 140 in Charlotte north to SH 173. FM 1786 was cancelled on January 31, 1952 and transferred to FM 1333.

FM 1787

Farm to Market Road 1787
Location Ector and Midland counties
Length 22.033 mi[129] (35.459 km)
Existed 1951[129]–present

Farm to Market Road 1787 (FM 1787) is a highway that is located in rural parts of southern Ector and Midland counties.

FM 1787 begins at an intersection with US 385 near the Pleasant Farms and Nolan Acres subdivisions. The highway travels in a predominately northeast direction and ends at an intersection with SH 349.

FM 1787 was designated on July 25, 1951, running from SH 51 (now US 385) eastward to SH 349 at a distance of 22.0 miles (35.4 km).

Junction list
County Location mi[130] km Destinations Notes
Ector 0.0 0.0 US 385 – Odessa, Crane
Midland 9.9 15.9 RM 1492 south
14.0 22.5 FM 1788
22.1 35.6 SH 349 – Midland, Rankin
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1788

Farm to Market Road 1788
Location Gaines, Andrews, Midland, Ector and Upton counties
Length 74.528 mi[131][nb 5] (119.941 km)
Existed 1951[131]–present

Farm to Market Road 1788 (FM 1788) is a Farm to Market Road in West Texas. It runs from 4.2 miles (6.8 km) south of FM 1787 in Upton County between Midland and Odessa near the Midland International Airport, to US Highway 385 (US 285). FM 1788 carries the La Entrada al Pacifico Corridor from its intersection with Interstate 20 (I-20) to State Highway 349 (SH 349). FM 1788 is locally known as Telephone Road in Andrews and Gaines counties.

FM 1788 was designated on July 25, 1951 from FM 1787 southward 4.2 miles (6.8 km). On February 24, 1953, FM 1788 was extended north 17.1 miles (27.5 km) to US 80 (now supplanted by I-20). On September 20, 1961, FM 1788 was extended north to SH 158. On May 2, 1962, FM 1788 was extended north to FM 87 (now SH 176. On June 2, 1967, FM 1788 was extended north 13 miles (21 km) to a road intersection. On January 31, 2008, FM 1788 was extended north along Telephone Road to the Andrews-Gaines county line. On March 25, 2010, FM 1788 was extended north along Telephone Road and west along CR 402 to US 385.

Junction list
County Location mi[132] km Destinations Notes
Upton 0.0 0.0 County Road 308
Midland 4.1 6.6 FM 1787
12.2 19.6 FM 3503 west
20.3 32.7 I-20 / SH 349 south – Odessa, Midland I-20 exit 126; south end of SH 349 overlap
21.4 34.4 BL I-20 – Odessa, Midland Interchange
21.9 35.2 Loop 40 north – Midland International Air and Space Port
22.2 35.7 Loop 40 south – Midland International Air and Space Port
25.2 40.6 SH 191 – Odessa, Midland
27.5 44.3 SH 349 north – Lamesa North end of SH 349 overlap
30.8 49.6 SH 158 – Kermit, Midland
Ector
No major junctions
Andrews 51.4 82.7 SH 176 – Andrews, Big Spring
55.7 89.6 SH 115 – Andrews, Patricia Interchange
Gaines 81.8 131.6 US 385 – Andrews, Seminole
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 1789

Farm to Market Road 1789
Location Baylor County
Length 3.043 mi[133] (4.897 km)
Existed 1951[133]–present

FM 1790

Farm to Market Road 1790
Location Baylor County
Length 10.76 mi[134] (17.32 km)
Existed 1951[134]–present

FM 1791

Farm to Market Road 1791
Location Walker and Montgomery counties
Length 18.142 mi[135] (29.197 km)
Existed 1951[135]–present

FM 1792

Farm to Market Road 1792
Location Cameron County
Existed May 22, 1951–August 29, 1990[136]

Farm to Market Road 1792 (FM 1792) is a former highway that was located in Cameron County. No highway currently uses the FM 1792 designation.

FM 1792 was designated on May 22, 1951, running from SH 48 northeast of Brownsville to a road intersection at a distance of 1.92 miles (3.09 km). The highway was extended 13.9 miles (22.4 km) to SH 100 at Port Isabel on November 20, 1951. On February 28, 1973, FM 1792 was signed (but not designated) as SH 48.[137] FM 1792 was cancelled on August 29, 1990, with the mileage being officially transferred to SH 48.[138]

FM 1793

Farm to Market Road 1793
Location Harrison County
Length 10.126 mi[139] (16.296 km)
Existed 1951[139]–present

FM 1794

Farm to Market Road 1794
Location Panola County
Length 18.806 mi[140] (30.265 km)
Existed 1951[140]–present

FM 1795

Farm to Market Road 1795
Location Wood and Upshur counties
Length 15.068 mi[141] (24.250 km)
Existed 1951[141]–present

FM 1796

Farm to Market Road 1796
Location Uvalde and Medina counties
Length 21.521 mi[142] (34.635 km)
Existed December 18, 1951[142]–present

FM 1796 (November 1951)

Farm to Market Road 1796
Location Parmer County
Existed November 20, 1951–January 14, 1952

The original FM 1796 was designated on November 20, 1951 from US 60 at Bovina north to a road intersection. FM 1796 was cancelled on January 14, 1952 and transferred to FM 1731.

FM 1797

Farm to Market Road 1797
Location Rusk County
Length 6.656 mi[143] (10.712 km)
Existed 1951[143]–present

FM 1798

Farm to Market Road 1798
Location Rusk County
Length 31.331 mi[144] (50.422 km)
Existed 1951[144]–present

FM 1799

Farm to Market Road 1799
Location Wood County
Length 4.464 mi[145] (7.184 km)
Existed 1951[145]–present

Notes

  1. ^ The certified length given is shorter than the actual mileage, as the TxDOT description of FM 1711 considers it to be discontinuous at rather than concurrent with SH 79.
  2. ^ RM 1723 was previously designated as FM 1723 from 1951 to 1956.
  3. ^ RM 1773 was previously designated as FM 1773 from 1951 to 1959.
  4. ^ The certified length given is shorter than the actual mileage, as the TxDOT description of FM 1780 considers it to be discontinuous at rather than concurrent with SH 114.
  5. ^ The certified length given is shorter than the actual mileage as the TxDOT description of FM 1788 considers to be discontinuous at rather than concurrent with SH 349.

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