Highway Designation File

Transportation Planning and Programming Division
Current Description-Effective Date-Authority


Certified Mileage (Open to Traffic)
637.587 2010

U. S. HIGHWAY NO. 67

Original Description per Administrative Circular No. 016-1944

1927 - Beginning at the Arkansas/Texas State Line at Texarkana via Mt. Pleasant, Greenville to Dallas.

1929 - Mt. Pleasant 72, Greenville 55, Dallas.

07/01/1932 - Mount Pleasant 72, Greenville 55, Dallas 47, Alvarado 12, Cleburne 26J. Glen Rose 30, Stephenville 14, Dublin 20, Comanche 31, Brownwood 24, Santa Anna 9, Coleman 39, Ballinger 37, San Angelo 64, Big Lake 30, Rankin 65, Fort Stockton 61, Alpine 28, Marfa 56, Presidio.

03/01/1935 - Mt. Pleasant 72, Greenville 55, Dallas 47, Alvarado 12, Cleburne 26, Glen Rose 30, Stephenville 14, Dublin 20, Comanche 31, Brownwood 24, Santa Anne 9, Coleman 39, Ballinger 37, San Angelo 64, Big Lake 30, Rankin 65, Fort Stockton 61, Alpine 28, Marfa 56, Presidio.

01/01/1939 - Mt. Pleasant 72, Greenville 55, Dallas 47, Alvarado 12., Cleburne 26, Glen Rose 30, Stephenville 14, Dublin 20, Comanche 31, Brownwood 24, Santa Anna 9, Coleman 39,Ballinger 37, San Angelo 64, Big Lake 30, Rankin 65, Fort Stockton 61, Alpine 28, Marfa 56, Presidio.

05/01/1942 - Mt. Pleasant 69, Greenville 53, Dallas 39, Alvarado 12., Cleburne 24, Brownwood 21, Santa Anna 8, Coleman 37, Ballinger 36, San Angelo 71, Big Lake 29, Rankin 64, Fort Stockton 62, Alpine 26, Marfa 9 63, Presidio.



Minute Order 016701, dated 09/26/1939

From the Texas/Arkansas State Line at Texarkana via Maud, Mt. Pleasant, Mt. Vernon, Sulphur Springs, Greenville, Rockwall, Dallas, Alvarado, Cleburne, Glen Rose, Stephenville, Dublin, Comanche, Brownwood, Coleman, Ballinger, San Angelo, Mertzon, Barnhart, Big Lake, Rankin, McCamey, Ft. Stockton, Alpine, and Marfa to Presidio. General Re-description of Highway System.



Minute Order 038935, dated 10/24/1955; AASHTO Letter, dated 12/04/1955; Cir. 004-1956, dated 01/01/1956

From the Texas/Arkansas State Line at Texarkana via Maud, Mt. Pleasant, Greenville, Dallas, Midlothian, Alvarado, Cleburne, Stephenville, Brownwood, Santa Anna, Ballinger, San Angelo, Big Lake, Rankin, Fort Stockton, Strobel, Alpine, and Marfa to the International Boundary at Presidio.  Revised to omit Coleman as control point due to relocation south of Coleman.



Minute Order 107049, 12/19/1996; DesLtr 05-1996, 12/10/96

From the Texas/Arkansas S/L at Texarkana via Maud, Mt. Pleasant, Greenville, Dallas, Midlothian, Alvarado, Stephenville, Brownwood, Santa Anna, Ballinger, San Angelo, Big Lake, Rankin, Fort Stockton, Strobel, Alpine, and Marfa to the International Boundary at Presidio. (Bowie, Morris, Titus, Franklin, Hopkins, Hunt, Rockwall, Dallas, Ellis, Johnson, Somervell, Erath Comanche, Brown, Coleman, Runnels, Tom Green, Irion, Reagan, Upton, Crane, Crockett, Pecos, Brewster, and Presidio Counties)  Description changed to remove Cleburne as a control point.


 

[La Entrada al Pacifico Corridor--The following highways and any portion of a highway in a corridor on two miles of either side of the center line of the highway:

SH 349 from Lamesa to the point on that highway that is closest to 32 degrees, 7 minutes, north latitude, by 102 degrees, 6 minutes, west longitude;

The segment or any roadway extending from the point described by Subdivision (1) to the point on FM 1788 closest to 32 degrees, 0 minutes, north latitude, by 102 degrees, 16 minutes, west longitude;

FM 1788 from the point described by Subdivision (2) to its intersection with IH 20;

IH 20 from its intersection with FM 1788 to its intersection with US 385;

US 385 from Odessa to Fort Stockton, including those portions that parallel US 67 and IH 10; and

US 67 from Fort Stockton to Presidio, including those portions that parallel IH 10 and US 90.  Acts 1997, 75th Leg., ch. 595, � 1, eff. June 9, 1997]


Minute Order 113539, dated 3/28/2013; DesLtr 1-2013, dated 5/09/2013

No change to description. Segment of route concurrent with US 377 in Erath County was realigned along a new location around Dublin, the old alignment was redesignated as BU 67-K.