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Texas State Highway Spur 280

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Texas State Highway Spur 280

State Highway Spur 280 marker

State Highway Spur 280
Route information
Length: 0.567 mi[1] (0.912 km)
Existed: 1955 – present
Major junctions
South end: I-35W / US 287 / US 377
North end: 4th-7th Streets
Highway system
Spur 278 Spur 290

Spur 280 is a short freeway located entirely in Downtown Fort Worth. The route connects the eastern part of Downtown with I-35W and runs as a continuation of the Martin Luther King Jr. Freeway (US 287).

Exit list

The entire highway is in Fort Worth, Tarrant County.
mi km Destinations Notes
0.000 0.000 I-35W / US 287 north / US 377 (North Freeway) – Denton, Waco, Decatur
US 287 south to I-30 east – Waxahachie, Dallas
Northbound exit and southbound entrance; roadway continues south as US 287
0.567 0.912 East 4th Street – Sundance Square
East 6th Street – Bass Performance Hall
Northern terminus; northbound exit and southbound entrance; northbound traffic merges to either 4th or 6th Streets and southbound traffic flows onto Spur 280 from 5th and 7th Streets, access to Fort Worth Intermodal Transportation Center
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

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