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Farm to Market Road 922

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Farm to Market Road 922

Farm to Market Road 922 marker

Farm to Market Road 922
Route information
Length: 40.3 mi[1] (64.9 km)
Existed: 1948 – present
Major junctions
West end: FM 455 at Forestburg
  I-35
East end: US 377 at Tioga
Highway system
FM 921 FM 923

Farm to Market Road 922 or FM 922 is a two-lane, state-maintained highway that connects the farming areas of Montague, Cooke, and Grayson Counties. FM 922 also crosses Lake Ray Roberts in Cooke County and intersects with other various county secondary roads.

History

FM 922 was designated in 1948 from FM 51 near Era to US 77 in Valley View. In 1949, FM 922 extended east 3.4 miles to what is now FM 2071. In 1953, FM 922 extended west 4.6 miles to a road intersection. In 1957, FM 922 extended west to FM 455. In 1965, FM 922 extended southeast 2.7 miles. In 1966, FM 922 extended east 2 miles to FM 372. In 1981, FM 922 extended east to US 377.

Termini

FM 922 terminates at FM 455 in Forestburg and at US 377 just north of Tioga in Grayson County.

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