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Texas 96.svg
State Highway 96
Length: 6.45[1] mi (10.38 km)
Formed: 1994
West end: I-45.svg I-45 at League City
Major
junctions:
Texas 3.svg SH 3
East end: Texas 146.svg SH 146 at Kemah
Highways in Texas
< SH 95 SH 97 >
InterstateU.S.T.X. (LoopsSpursRecFM)

State Highway 96 or SH 96 (now renamed to League City Parkway) is a state highway that runs 6 miles (9.7 km) between Interstate 45 and SH 146 in Galveston County. This highway runs between Kemah and League City. It runs past what used to be the Houston Gulf Airport.

Previous routes

SH 96 was previously designated by 1933 on a route from Corpus Christi to Harlingen, mainly along the Gulf Coast. By 1939, the routed was truncated to start in Sinton, with an already constructed section between Corpus Christi and Chapman Ranch transferred to SH 286. The remaining route was redesignated as U.S. Highway 77 in 1943 when it was extended south.

References

  1. ^ Texas Department of Transportation "STATE HIGHWAY NO. 96." Retrieved on November 19, 2008.

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