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Texas 70.svg
State Highway 70
Length: 315.88[1] mi (508.35 km)
Formed: by 1933
North end: US 83.svgTexas 15.svg US 83/SH 15 at Perryton
South end: US 277.svg US 277
Highways in Texas
< SH 69 SH 71 >
InterstateU.S.T.X. (LoopsSpursRecFM)

State Highway 70 or SH 70 is a state highway that runs 315 miles (507 km) from Perryton to just south of Blackwell. SH 70 was originally designated by 1933 from Jayton to just northeast of San Angelo along a portion of SH 4, which had been shifted farther east. In 1938, the highway had been extended north from Jayton to Dickens, absorbing a portion of SH 18. Significant extension came in 1947, when SH 70 was extended to Perryton in the northern Panhandle, due to the rerouting of U.S. Highway 62 and the cancellation of SH 18. At the same time, the portion from just south of Blackwell to near San Angelo was transferred to U.S. Highway 277. This brought the route to its current designation.

Counties and junctions

County Junction Notes
Ochiltree US 83.svgTexas 15.svg US 83/SH 15Perryton
Roberts no intersections
Gray Texas 152.svg SH 152Pampa
US 60.svg US 60 – Pampa
I-40.svg I-40 – Jericho
Donley US 287.svg US 287Clarendon
Hall Texas 256.svg SH 256 – Brice briefly enters Briscoe County
Texas 86.svg SH 86Turkey
Motley US 62.svgUS 70.svg US 62/US 70Matador
Dickens US 82.svgTexas 114.svg US 82/SH 114Dickens
Texas 208.svg SH 208
Kent US 380.svg US 380Jayton
Fisher Texas 92.svg SH 92Rotan
US 180.svg US 180Roby
Nolan I-20.svgUS 84.svg I-20/US 84Sweetwater
Texas 153.svg SH 153
Coke US 277.svg US 277


  1. ^ Texas Department of Transportation, [1]


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