U.S. Route 90 in Texas
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U.S. Route 90 in Texas

US Highway 90 marker

US Highway 90
Route information
Maintained by TxDOT
Length607.861 mi[1] (978.257 km)
Major junctions
West end / in Van Horn
  / / in San Antonio

in San Antonio
in Seguin
in Houston

/ in Houston
East end / in Orange at Louisiana state line
CountiesCulberson, Jeff Davis, Presidio, Brewster, Pecos, Terrell, Val Verde, Kinney, Uvalde, Medina, Bexar, Guadalupe, Caldwell, Gonzales, Fayette, Colorado, Austin, Waller, Fort Bend, Harris, Liberty, Jefferson, Orange
Highway system

U.S. Route 90 is a major east-west highway in the U.S. state of Texas with large portions of it running concurrently with I-10. US 90 begins at I-10 in Van Horn, travels through San Antonio and Houston, and continues on into the state of Louisiana.

Route Description

Van Horn to San Antonio

US 90 begins in Van Horn at an intersection with I-10 and SH 54. US 90 travels in a southeastern direction towards Marfa where it starts an overlap with US 67. US 90 travels south and runs parallel to the US-Mexico Border near the Rio Grande. US 90 crosses the Amistad Reservoir then runs through Del Rio. US 90 turns right and runs east towards Brackettville. US 90 runs through Uvalde and Medina counties. US 90 then arrives in San Antonio where it serves as a major freeway. Multiple stack interchanges are under construction to gain access in and out of the freeway along the intersections at Loop 1604 and I-410. Further, the highway has a major junction with TX-151 as it continues eastward towards the city's inner Westside until its interchange with I-10 and I-35 at the southwest corner of Downtown.

San Antonio to Houston

East of Downtown San Antonio, US 90 multiplexes with I-10. This overlap ends in Seguin, and continues where the two highways continually cross each other en route to Houston. US 90 once again duplexes with I-10 east of Columbus briefly separating near Brookshire and continue overlapping from Katy all the way to Houston. At I-610 east of Houston, US 90 becomes independently known as the Crosby Freeway.

The Crosby Freeway from east of Beltway 8 to east of Runneburg Road in Crosby, was constructed in the early 1990s and opened to traffic in 1992. After several delays, construction work on the inner section of the freeway began in 2006 and was opened to traffic in January 2011.[1] The western terminus of the Crosby Freeway connects to the I-610 and I-10 interchange via two freeway ramps:

  • a ramp from westbound Crosby Freeway, joining an exit ramp from westbound I-10 to enter southbound I-610
  • a newly constructed two-lane exit ramp from eastbound I-10 connecting to eastbound Crosby Freeway.

The previous interchange was a four-level stack interchange though the new interchange is not a full five-level stack.

Because of funding constraints, two sections of the freeway inside Beltway 8 were not built to full freeway standards: a half-mile section over Greens Bayou and an approximately mile-long section east of Normandy Street. As of December 2012, only the feeder roads have been constructed, with space reserved in the median for future freeway mainlanes. Unlike most new freeway extensions in the Houston area built in recent decades, the Crosby Freeway is not tolled. Also unlike most of Houston's existing freeways and tollways, the Crosby Freeway does not have continuous feeder roads.

The Crosby Freeway has four to six mainlanes for its entire length.

Houston to Louisiana

The US 90 (Beaumont Highway when inside of Beltway 8 or Crosby Freeway when outside of Beltway 8) heads northeast leaving Houston and ends its freeway status in Crosby. US 90 then continues traveling east through Beaumont and once again duplexes with I-10. It then passes through Orange, until crossing the Sabine River into Louisiana towards Lake Charles. With the exception of a 13-mile-long section with only two lanes between Ames and Nome, US 90 has at least four lanes between Crosby and the Louisiana border.

Major intersections

CulbersonVan Horn to  - Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Carlsbad Caverns National ParkAccess to Culberson Hospital
 - San Antonio, El PasoI-10 exit 140A
Jeff Davis north
 - Fort Davis National Historic Site, Davis Mountains State Park, McDonald Observatory & Visitor's Center
PresidioMarfa south (San Antonio Street)
south / north - Fort Davis, Fort Davis National Historic Site, McDonald Observatory and Visitor Center, Presidiowest end of US 67 overlap
Brewster north
Alpine north (5th Street) - Fort Davis, Fort Davis National Historic Site, McDonald Observatory and Visitor Centerwest end of SH 118 overlap
south (Cockrell Street) - Big Bend National Park Headquarters, Study Butteeast end of SH 118 overlap
north (North Harrison Street) - Fort Davis
Altuda north - Fort Stocktoneast end of US 67 overlap
Marathon south - Big Bend National Park Headquarterswest end of US 385 overlap
north - Fort Stocktoneast end of US 385 overlap
No major junctions
TerrellSanderson north - Fort Stockton
Dryden north - Sheffield, Iraan
north - Pumpville
Val Verde east - Langtry, Judge Roy Bean Museum
west - Langtry, Judge Roy Bean Museum
Pecos River Bridge over Pecos River
 - Seminole Canyon State Historical Park
Comstock north - Pandale
north - Ozona, Barnhart
 - Amistad National Recreation Area
 - Port of Entry, Amistad Dam, Amistad Reservoir, Amistad National Recreation Area Governors Landing
 - Amistad National Recreation Area
Del Rio south - Sonora, Junction, Uvalde
north / north - Rocksprings, Junction, Sonorawest end of US 277 / US 377 overlap
south (East Gibbs Street) / south (Veteran's Boulevard) - Ciudad Acuña, Business Districteast end of US 377 overlap
south (Bedell Avenue) - Eagle Pass, Laredoeast end of US 277 overlap
 - Carta Valley
 - Sonora, Junction, Eagle Passinterchange
Kinney north to  - Rocksprings
south - Quemado
east - Uvalde, San Antonio
south (Las Moras Road) - Fort Clark Springs
/  - Rocksprings, Kickapoo Cavern State Park
south - Spofford, Eagle Pass
west - Del Rio, Blew
west - Spofford
Uvalde south - Blewett
Nueces River Bridge over Nueces River
east (Dunbar Lane) to  - Rocksprings
Uvalde south - Eagle Pass
south (Evans Street)west end of FM 1435 overlap
north (Grove Street)east end of FM 1435 overlap
/ north (Getty Street) - Leakey, Junction, Rocksprings, Crystal City, Laredo
north (4th Street)west end of FM 1023 overlap
south (Garner Field Road) to  - Uvalde Garner Field Airporteast end of FM 1023 overlap
south to  - Airport
west - Uvalde
Knippa north - Concanwest end of FM 1049 overlap
south to east end of FM 1049 overlap
north to
Sabinal north /  - Utopia, Leakey, Concan, Garner State Park, Pearsall
MedinaD'Hanis north
south - Yancey
Hondo east to
north / Avenue M - Tarpleywest end of FM 462 overlap
south / Avenue E - Yanceyeast end of FM 462 overlap; access to Medina Community Hospital
 - Bandera, Devineinterchange
Castroville south to / County Road 4516 - Quihi
north - Rio Medinawest end of FM 471 overlap
south - Castroville Airport, La Coste, Nataliaeast end of FM 471 overlap
Montgomery Roadinterchange
San Antonio (Anderson Loop)interchange; west end of freeway
Hunt Lane / Ray Ellison Driveno direct eastbound exit
/  - AirportI-410 exit 6
(Military Drive) - Lackland AFB
Old Highway 90no direct westbound exit
Callaghan Road
Aceme Roadno direct eastbound exit (signed at Callaghan Road)
(Stotzer Freeway) - SeaWorldwestbound exit and eastbound entrance
36th Street - Port San Antonio
General McMullen Drive
Cupples Roadno direct eastbound exit (signed at General McMullen Drive)
(General Hudnell Drive) - Port San Antoniowestbound exit and eastbound entrance
Zarzamora Streeteastbound exit only
south (Nogalitos Street)eastbound exit and westbound entrance
west / / north - El Paso, Austin, Laredowest end of I-10 / US 87 overlap; signed as exit 572
see I-10
GuadalupeSeguin east - Houstoneast end of I-10 overlap; eastbound exit and westbound entrance; US 90 east follows exit 603
to  - McQueeney, Stockdale
east / west to  - McQueeney, Gonzales

(Sam Flores Drive) to to  - New Braunfels, Gonzales
west (Eighth Street) to  - Marion, Schertz

(North Austin Street) to  - San Marcos, Stockdale
east (North King Street) - Cost
to  - San Marcos, Stockdale
 - San Antonio, HoustonI-10 exit 612
north to  - Austin, San AntonioSH 130 exit 496
south to to
east to
CaldwellLuling north / to  - Lockhart, San Marcos, Nixonwest end of US 183 overlap
south to  - Gonzaleseast end of US 183 overlap
GonzalesHarwood south to  - Gonzales
to  - Bastrop, Gonzales
Waelder west / north to to  - Smithville, Gonzales
south - Moulton
 - Houston, San AntonioI-10 exit 653
FayetteFlatonia west to  - Cistern
south - Moulton, Shinerwest end of SH 95 overlap
north to  - Smithville, Bastrop, Komenskyeast end of SH 95 overlap
north to  - La Grange
south - Praha, Komensky
Engle north to  - Freyburg
Schulenburg north - High Hill
south - Hallettsville
(Lyons Avenue) to  - Hallettsville
to  - La Grange, Hallettsville
 - San Antonio, HoustonI-10 exit 677
north - Dubina, Ammannsville
ColoradoWeimar north - La Grangewest end of FM 155 overlap
south to  - Sublimeeast end of FM 155 overlap
/ Hattermann Lane - Houston, San AntonioI-10 exit 689
Glidden west to  - Oakland
to  - La Grange, Austin, El Campointerchange
Columbus south (Cardinal Lane) - Rock Island

(Fannin Street) to  - La Grange, El Campo
(Milam Street)
Colorado River Bridge over Colorado River
west - San Antoniowest end of I-10 overlap; US 90 west follows exit 698
see I-10
AustinSealy east / south - Houstoneast end of I-10 overlap; US 90 east follows exit 718
to to to  - Bellville, Wallis, Wharton, Rosenberg
west / Outlet Center Drive - San Antoniowest end of I-10 overlap; westbound exit and eastbound entrance; US 90 west follows exit 721
see I-10
Waller east / Peach Ridge Road / Donigan Road - Houstoneast end of I-10 overlap; US 90 east follows exit 729
Brookshire south to  - Simonton, Orchard
north / north - Pattison, Hempstead, Wallerwest end of FM 359 overlap
south to  - Fulshear, Pecan Groveeast end of FM 359 overlap
Fort BendKaty south to  - Richmond, Pecan Grove
Harris west / Katy Mills Boulevard - San Antoniowest end of I-10 overlap; US 90 west follows exit 741
see I-10
HarrisHouston east - Beaumonteast end of I-10 overlap; eastbound exit and westbound entrance; US 90 east follows exit 775B
 - Pasadena, Galveston, LufkinI-10 exit 775A; I-610 exit 26A; no access from I-610 south to US 90 east
Mercury Drive
south (Maxey Road) to / Wallisville Road - Galena Parkwest end of FM 526 overlap
north (Normandy Street) to  - Galena Parkeast end of FM 526 overlap
(Sam Houston Parkway) to / Uvalde Road - Beaumont, Lufkin
Miller Road No. 3
Miller Road No. 2
SheldonSheldon Road
Frontage Roadeastbound exit and westbound entrance
Barrett-Crosby lineCounty Road
/ (US 90 Bus. west) - Huffman, Monte Belvieuno direct westbound exit (signed at Runneburg Road)
Krenek Road / Runneburg Roadinterchange; east end of freeway
Liberty south
Dayton south to  - Mont Belvieu, Baytownwest end of SH 146 overlap
north to  - Cleveland, Humble
south - Old River-Winfree
Liberty north / south to  - Rye, Livingston
south to  - Anahuac, Wallisville
north - Hardin, Rye, Livingstoneast end of SH 146 overlap
Ames (MLK Road)
north to
north to
Raywood south to to  - Anahuac, Wallisvillewest end of FM 770 overlap
north - Daisetta, Saratoga, Kountzeeast end of FM 770 overlap
Devers south to to  - Anahuac, Hankamer, Winnie
east - Nome
JeffersonNome west - Liberty
north / east to to  - Sour Lake, Fannett, Winnie
Beaumont (Major Drive) to to
/ / /  - Lake Charles, Lufkin, Jasper, Houston, Port ArthurI-10 exit 851
(M.L. King Parkway) to  - Nederland, Port Arthur
west - Houstonwest end of I-10 overlap; US 90 west follows exit 855A
see I-10
OrangeOrange east / east - Lake Charles, LafayetteLouisiana state line
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also


  1. ^ a b Transportation Planning and Programming Division (n.d.). "U.S. Highway No. 90". Highway Designation Files. Texas Department of Transportation. Retrieved 2011.

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