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Texas State Highway Spur 537


Texas State Highway Spur 537

State Highway Spur 537 marker

State Highway Spur 537
San Pedro Avenue
Route information
Length: 1.548 mi[1] (2.491 km)
Existed: 1978[1] – 2014[2]
Major junctions
South end: I-410
North end: US 281
Counties: Bexar
Highway system
Spur 536 Loop 538

Spur 537 was a state highway spur in San Antonio, Texas.[1]


  • Route description 1
  • History 2
  • Major intersections 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5

Route description

Spur 537 began at an intersection with Loop 410 and San Pedro Avenue in Uptown San Antonio, near North Star Mall.[3] It followed San Pedro Avenue northbound until its terminus at the US 281 freeway, just west of the runways of San Antonio International Airport.[1]

The junction with US 281 is incomplete by design: northbound San Pedro Avenue merges onto the northbound lanes of US 281, while the beginning of southbound San Pedro Avenue is only accessible via an exit from southbound US 281.


Spur 537 was designated in 1978 after US 281 was rerouted along the McAllister Freeway through the north side of San Antonio.[1] The Spur 537 designation, along with those of several other routes in Bexar County, was cancelled on December 18, 2014; control was returned to the city of San Antonio.[2]

Major intersections

The entire route was in San Antonio, Bexar County.
mi[4] km Destinations Notes
0.0 0.0 I-410 (Connally Loop) Southern terminus, continues as San Pedro Ave.
0.2 0.3 Isom Rd. / Lockhill-Selma Rd
0.6 1.0 McCarty Rd.
0.8 1.3 Ramsey Rd.
1.5 2.4 Nakoma Dr. Northbound exit
US 281 north – Johnson City Northern terminus, traffic merges onto US 281 northbound
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also


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