Highway Designation File
Transportation Planning and Programming Division
Current Description-Effective Date-Authority
U. S. HIGHWAY NO. 385
Original Description per Administrative Circular 16-1944
1927 - Beginning at the Texas/New Mexico State Line at Texline via Dalhart, Amarillo Canyon, Plainview, Lubbock, Big Spring, San Angelo, Brady to Comfort.
1929 - Texline 35, Dalhart 90, Amarillo 18, Canyon 59, Plainview 48, Lubbock 122, Big Springs 96, San Angelo 80, Brady 102, Comfort.
From the north boundary of Big Bend National Park at or near Persimmon Gap, northward via Marathon, Ft. Stockton, McCamey, Odessa, Seminole, Brownfield, Littlefield, Hereford, Vega, and Dalhart to Texas/Oklahoma S/L south of Boise City, Oklahoma. (Brewster, Pecos, Crane, Upton, Crane, Ector, Andrews, Gaines, Terry, Hockley, Lamb, Castro, Deaf Smith, Oldham, Hartley, and Dallam Counties) SH 51 cancelled and made a part of this route to become effective the date the 1959 Official Highway Travel Map is released to the public.
[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]