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Texas State Highway Spur 330

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Texas State Highway Spur 330

State Highway Spur 330
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Existed: 1957 – present
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South end: I-10
North end: Garth Road in Baytown
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Spur 330 (also known as Decker Drive) is a freeway spur that connects Interstate 10 to Baytown, Texas, United States.

History

Spur 330 was designated in 1957 on a route from I-10 east of the San Jacinto River southeastward to at or near the intersection of Decker Drive and Airhardt Drive. In 1974, Spur 330 was extended to Garth Road. [1]

Exit list

The entire route is in Harris County.

Location Destinations Notes
I-10 west Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
Crosby-Lynchburg Road - Highlands Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
Baytown I-10 east Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
Baker Road, Wade Road
Rollingbrook Drive
Bayway Drive
SH 146 Partial interchange
Garth Road At-grade intersection, eastern terminus

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