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Texas State Highway 142

State Highway 142 marker

State Highway 142
Route information
Maintained by TxDOT
Length: 11.15 mi[1] (17.94 km)
Existed: before 1933 – present
Major junctions
West end: I-35 in San Marcos
  SH 130 Toll in Lockhart
East end: US 183 in Lockhart
Location
Counties: Hays, Caldwell
Highway system
SH 141 SH 143

State Highway 142 (SH 142) is a short Texas state highway that runs from San Marcos to Lockhart.[1][2][3]

History

The route was designated by 1933 along its current route.[1] Prior to 2009, the route was located entirely within Caldwell County. In that year, the SH 142 designation was extended into Hays County, concurrent with SH 80, to a junction with Interstate 35.[4]

Major intersections

County Location mi km Destinations Notes
Hays San Marcos I-35 – San Antonio, Austin Western terminus; west end of SH 21 / SH 80 concurrency
SH 21 east (Airport Hwy.) – Bastrop East end of SH 21 concurrency
Caldwell Martindale FM 1984
SH 80 south – Luling East end of SH 80 concurrency
Maxwell FM 1966
Lockhart FM 2720
SH 130 Toll – Seguin, Austin
US 183 – Luling, Austin Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


References

  1. ^ a b c Transportation Planning and Programming Division. "State Highway No. 142". Highway Designation Files.  
  2. ^ Transportation Planning and Programming Division (2014). Texas County Map Book (PDF) (Map) (2014 ed.). 1:120,000.  
  3. ^ Transportation Planning and Programming Division (2014). Texas County Map Book (PDF) (Map) (2014 ed.). 1:120,000.  
  4. ^ "Minute Order 111829" (PDF). Texas Transportation Commission. May 28, 2009. Retrieved August 30, 2013. 
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