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Texas - Statewide

Population (2000) 20,852,000
Rank 2
Average annual precipitation  
Orange, TX 56.0 inches (142 cm)
El Paso, TX 8.8 inches (22.3 cm)
Maximum Elevation Guadalupe Peak
8749 ft (2667m)
Special Subjects
 
SE Texas Swingbridges See four unique swingbridges around southeast Texas..
I-69 See the statewide routing, the routing for the Lufkin-Nacogdoches bypass, and the feasible options for Houston.
Texas TGV In 1993, a major study identified a route for high speed rail service in Texas.
Historic Information
A facinating collection of photos and maps looking into the history of Texas' highway system. Including abandoned and realigned roads, old highway maps and old highway signs.
Rural Interstates, Highways, and Roads
Photos from other locations around the state.
Texas 87 Between High Island and Sabine Pass
Texas 87 - (added-12-September-2001) See dramatic views of the remains of this highway
Texas 87 suffered severe erosion during Hurricane Allen in 1980, and was closed around 1990. There are no imminent plans to rebuild the highway as of September 2001.
Wichita Falls Overhead Expressway
Photo Collage of Elevated Freeway (950k) - contributed by Bobby Henderson
This elevated structure completed the missing link of IH-44 through Wichita Falls, TX, in the summer of 2001.
Thanks to Bobby Henderson for contributing these great views.
Brazosport Area (50 miles south of downtown Houston)
Quintana Swing Bridge - see the fascinating bridge, which should be gone by the end of 2002.
Views around the Brazosport Area - includes the 332 Intracoastal bridge.
 
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