U.S. 380

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U.S. 380 travels a fairly linear course across northern Texas, entering the state at Bronco in Yoakum County and ending in Greenville at IH 30 and U.S. 69. Totaling 437 miles (The Texas Highway Designation Files lists 382.98 miles) in the Lone Star State, U.S. 380 joins Plains, Brownfield, Tohoka, Post, Jayton, Aspermont, Haskell, Throckmorton, Graham, Jacksboro, Decatur, Denton and McKinney, all county seats. The route overlaps with U.S. 82 for 32 miles in West Texas, and constitutes a four-lane divided highway from Bridgeport east to Denton. Through the north Dallas metro area, U.S. 380 serves an array of subdivisions along an increasingly busy arterial route.

U.S. 380 Texas Guides

The 1980 Brazos River Bridge sits just to the north of the old U.S. 380 bridge. The first crossing here was a suspension bridge built in 1908, but it collapsed in a flood in 1930. The replacement span was constructed in 1933. It is still available for a stroll. Photos taken 01/25/08.

    Connect with:
    Interstate 35
    U.S. 82
    U.S. 281

    Page Updated 07-30-2019.