U.S. 69

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U.S. 69 travels 350 miles (338.64 miles per the Texas Highway Designation Files) between Port Arthur and Oklahoma state line (Red River) north of Denison. The US Highway connects the cities of Sherman, Tyler, Lufkin and Beaumont. A long overlap joins US 69 with US 287 south from Woodville to Lumberton, where US 96 joins the pair southward to a joint terminus at SH 87 in Port Arthur.

U.S. 69 Highway Guides

U.S. 69 scenes
Woodworth Boulevard northbound at 7th Street, one third of a mile from Seawall Drive at Rose Hill Park along Sabine Neches Canal. Woodworth Boulevard becomes U.S. 69-96-287 in 0.75 miles at SH 87. Photo taken 11/21/10.
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These views look northwestward along Woodworth Blvd in Port Arthur, Texas. Three US Highways, numbered 69, 96, and 287 begin at the signalized intersection ahead. Woodworth Blvd is a divided esplanade named for a former city mayor, and is city-maintained. Photos taken 11/21/10.
US 69/96/287 all begin here at SH 87, locally signed as the intersection of Woodworth Blvd and Gulfway Drive in Port Arthur, Texas. Photo taken 11/21/10.
Loop 323 eastbound at U.S. 69 (Gentry Parkway) on the northwest side of Tyler. Interests to Interstate 20 are partitioned into U.S. 69 north for Dallas and Texas Loop 323 east for Longview. Photo taken 11/21/10.
SH 87 (Gulfway Drive / 16th Street) northbound at the southern terminus of U.S. 69, U.S. 96, and U.S. 287. Photo taken 11/21/10.



Photo Credits:

11/21/10 by Justin Cozart

Connect with:
State Highway 73

Page Updated 04-30-2012.