Interstate 369 Texas

Interstate 369

Routing

Proposed as a 118-mile spur from Interstate 69 near Tennaha to Texarkana, Interstate 369 was approved by AASHTO at the November 15, 2012 meeting. Currently only the freeway on the west side of Texarkana is signed as Interstate 369 with the remainder unbuilt, including the parent route in Shelby County.

History

Interstate 369 is Segment 29 of the proposed I-69 Route in Texas. The Alliance for I-69 Texas includes a number of projects slated for the eventual corridor of Interstate 369. These include intersections improvements between U.S. 59 and Texas FM 989, funded for construction in 2014 and completed widening of 13 miles of U.S. 59 between Linden and Jefferson to four lanes.1

Jarvis Parkway (U.S. 59) at Texarkana was unveiled as Interstate 369 by the Texas Highway and Transportation Department during a ceremony held on September 23, 2013. This added 3.5 miles of U.S. 59 to the Interstate system from SH 93 and 151 north to IH 30.3

Northern Terminus - Interstate 30 - Texarkana, Texas
A directional interchange (Exit 220A) facilitates the movements of the north end of Future Interstate 369 at Interstate 30 and U.S. 59.
Southern Terminus - Future Interstate 69 near Tennaha, Texas.
Many years in the future, the south end involves construction of new terrain routes for both Interstates 69 and 369.

Sources

  1. Alliance for I-69 Texas web site.
  2. SCOH Report from Special Committee on U.S. Route Numbering Annual Meeting, November 16, 2012.
  3. "I-369 unveiled as new spur of I-69." KSLA, September 24, 2013.

Page Updated October 25, 2013.