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List of Park Roads in Texas

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Park Roads
Park Road 4 marker
Park Road 33 marker
Park Road 100 marker
Park Road 1836 marker
Park Road markers
System information
Maintained by TxDOT
FormedJune 22, 1937[1]
Highway names
InterstatesInterstate X (I-X)
Interstate Highway X (IH-X)
US HighwaysU.S. Highway X (US X)
StateState Highway X (SH X)
Loops:Loop X
Spurs:Spur X
Recreational:Recreational Road X (RE X)
Farm or Ranch
to Market Roads:
Farm to Market Road X (FM X)
Ranch to Market Road X (RM X)
Park Roads:Park Road X (PR X)
System links

Park Roads represent a subset of public roads designated and maintained by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT). Park Roads are intended to provide access to and connection within Texas state parks. The system of Park Roads was established in 1937 at the request of the state parks board to establish maintenance of eight roads within the state's parks. The network of Park Roads has grown incrementally over the years along with the growth of parks now under the authority of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Park Roads are marked with distinctive signage distinguishing them from other state-maintained highways.

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Hi there, Rick with Smart Drive Test talk to you today about the pre-trip inspection for the purposes of a road test. The first thing I want to say about a pre trip for the purposes of a road test: you are not determining if the vehicle is safe! Let me repeat that: you are not determining if the vehicle is safe. What you are doing is demonstrating a competency, and what I am going to explain to you is the fundamentals of the pre trip for the purposes of a road test. We'll be right back to talk to you about that. [INTRO & MUSIC] Hi there, Rick, welcome back, talking to you today about a pre trip for the purposes of a road test on a commercial vehicle. This is a class one vehicle and the first thing that we tell students is the sequence because you cannot have any paperwork with you for the pre trip inspection for the purposes of a road test. Most provinces on a class 1 allow 45 minutes for a pre trip, for class 2 and class 3 it's a half an hour, and for class 4— class E in Ontario and other places— small buses and ambulances they allow twenty minutes for a pre-trip inspection. So you need to have it down. The first thing we tell students is sequence: so underneath the hood here, for example, what you do is you start at the top, at the back and it's a zigzag pattern - go across, drop down six to eight inches, come back across the motor, 6 to eight inches, all the way down the wheel, the inside of the tire, over the top of the tire, and down and out to be outside of the tire. So that is the way that you remember: top to bottom, side to side, is your sequence for the purposes of a road test. For example this section of the truck at the passenger's door: you start at the top, there's no damage to the top of the cab, the mirror is not cracked or broken, it's secure on the truck, not cracked or broken, glass is not chipped cracked or broken. The MVI decal is valid until September 2016 - the end of the month. The door opens and closes, the light is working, hood is latched, step is secure - give it a kick with your foot. And we checked the fuel cap on the last section down there. Nothing hanging down on the fairing - it's not broken. So when you do a section of the truck break it down in the section start the top, work to the bottom. That way you're not going to forget anything. When you get finished the section take a breath—pause—just have a quick look make sure you didn't forget anything and then move on to the next section right here. Now the other thing that we tell students to do for the components of the vehicle because the purpose of the pre trip is to demonstrate a competency, to demonstrate to the examiner that you know the names of the major components of the vehicle - you know whether they're potentially damaged and what could be wrong with them. For example, glass could be chipped, cracked, or broken and you know that. What potentially could be wrong with it and you know that the component is working. So you have lights - the lights are working. Now it's a visual inspection or you're grabbing something giving it a shake to make sure it's secure. Now what we tell students is to say: "secure, not damaged, not leaking." If you have a brain cramp during your examination and you forget what something is, just lightly touch, point to the component: "secure, not damage, not leaking." They're not going to ding you or give you demerit points because you don't remember the name of something, but you did check it. Now the reason we say "not damaged... secure, not damaged," secure on the vehicle. It's not damaged - a rock didn't fly up and put a big ding in the side or something smacked into it and hit it. Not leaking - 75% percent - approximately 75% of the components on the vehicle are either have fluid or air in them. That's why we say "secure, not damaged, not leaking." Now the purposes of the pre-trip inspection - most of it is a visual inspection. The air brake pre trip inspection which is required for commercial vehicles equipped with air brakes is probably the most difficult and has to be the most specific for students. It has to be spot on, the rest of it can be kind of a little bit loosey-goosey, but the air brake pre-trip inspection has to be spot-on! And the difficulty with the pre-trip inspection is is that its memorization. You have to memorize the air brake pre-trip inspection. You are looking for a symptom and because you got that symptom the component in the air brake system is either working or not working. For example, maximum pressure of the air brake system: "I hear, I see" I hear the air dryer purge, I see that the needles have stopped climbing between 105 psi and 135 psi in British Columbia - thats the air pressure. In Ontario, it's between 80 psi and 135 psi. So the needles have stopped climbing between 80 and 135 psi because the system's full, the needles are no longer going up. Therefore, I know that the governor has put the compressor into the unload phase. You're looking for a symptom and because of that symptom a component of the air brake system is working. That is why it's difficult for students more difficult than it is to do the rest of the pre-trip inspection. So if you're struggling a little bit with your pre trip inspection for the purposes of your road test, practice the air brake portion of it. The in-cab, because that is the most difficult because it straight memorization. The other thing that I tell students when they do they're pre-trip inspection: you're going to do the sequence - top to bottom - side to side. After you finish the sequence, take a breath, just quick check -make sure you got everything, take a breath. [BREATH] and then carry on to the next piece. That way you're less likely to forget stuff because if you get hurried and you get moving through it you're going to forget pieces of the pre-trip inspection for the purposes of road test. Because for the road test the road test you're gonna be nervous, the adrenaline's flowing, so slow yourself dow,n take a moment. In conclusion, the pre-trip inspection for the purposes of a road test: you are not checking the vehicle to ensure its safe; you are demonstrating a competency to the examiners and to the authorities who are testing you to get your license. You're demonstrating that you know the names of the major components of the vehicle, you know whether they're working, they're not damaged, and it is a visual inspection. 45 minutes for a class one, half an hour for class 2— bus more than 25 passengers—and a class 3 vehicle—tandem axle— You have 20 minutes for a class 4. Pre trip inspection: section it up sequence - stick to your sequence so that you know the whole pre-trip inspection. The air brake component is the most difficult because you have to memorize numbers. You're looking for a symptom and because you got that symptom the component is working. The rest of the outside of the truck is a visual inspection. It's fairly straight forward as long as you stick to your sequence. I'm Rick with Smart Drive Test. Thanks for watching. If you like the channel subscribe below, hit that like button and remember: pick the best answer not necessarily the right answer! Have a great day, bye now! [CLOSING CREDITS & MUSIC]

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Description

History

On September 22, 1936, the state highway commission initiated an investigation at the request of the state's parks board into the incorporation of certain park roads as part of the state highway system after which the highway commission would assume maintenance of these roads. The highway commission accepted routes in eight parks as the original Park Roads in the state system on June 22, 1937. The charter routes of the system were located in the following parks:[1]

  1. Bastrop State Park
  2. Caddo Lake State Park
  3. Davis Mountains State Park
  4. Longhorn Caverns State Park
  5. Palo Duro Canyon State Park
  6. Big Bend State Park, now a national park: PR 6 designation later reassigned to Goliad State Park and Historic Site
  7. Meridian State Park
  8. Big Spring State Park

List

Number Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Formed Removed Notes
PR 1A 3.988[2] 6.418 SH 21 near Bastrop State Park PR 1A in Bastrop State Park 01937-06-221937[1] current Loops back onto itself
PR 1B 0.483[2] 0.777 PR 1A in Bastrop State Park Dead end at park cabins in Bastrop State Park 01937-06-221937[1] current
PR 1C 11.196[2] 18.018 PR 1A in Bastrop State Park FM 153 in Buescher State Park 01937-06-221937[1] current
PR 1D 0.106[2] 0.171 PR 1A in Bastrop State Park Bastrop State Park dining hall 01937-06-221937[1] current
PR 1E 0.948[2] 1.526 PR 1C in Buescher State Park PR 1C at Buescher State Park Headquarters 01940-05-091940[3] current
PR 2 1.110[4] 1.786 FM 2198 in Caddo Lake State Park Numerous small in-park roads 01937-06-221937[1] current
PR 3 1.160[5] 1.867 SH 118 in Davis Mountains State Park Indian Lodge in Davis Mountains State Park 01937-06-221937[1] current
PR 3A 2.529[2] 4.070 PR 3 in Davis Mountains State Park Davis Mountains State Park–Fort Davis National Historic Site boundary 01965-01-011965[5] current
PR 4 15.500[6] 24.945 SH 29 near Buchanan Dam and Inks Lake State Park US 281 south of Burnet near Longhorn Caverns State Park 01937-06-221937[1] current Listed on National Register of Historic Places
PR 5 8.0[7] 12.9 SH 217 at Palo Duro Canyon State Park Palo Duro Canyon State Park 01937-06-221937[1] 01949-07-141949[7] Although officially assigned anew in 1949, this is essentially the same as the latter route as originally described
PR 5 10.239[7] 16.478 SH 217 at Palo Duro Canyon State Park Maintenance building inside park 01949-07-141949[7] current Loops back onto itself
PR 6 7[8] 11 SH 227 (now US 385) Big Bend National Park 01937-06-221937[1] 01946-02-021946[8] Taken over by the National Park Service[9]
PR 6 1.110[8] 1.786 US 183 south of Goliad Goliad State Park and Historic Site 01958-02-151958[8] current
PR 7 3.940[10] 6.341 SH 22 Meridian State Park 01937-06-221937[1] current Loops back onto itself
PR 8 2.405[11] 3.870 FM 700 in Big Spring State Park FM 700 in Big Spring State Park 01937-06-221937[1] current Loops back onto itself
PR 9 6.5[12] 10.5 SH 134 in Houston San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site 01939-09-261939[12] 01960-06-021960[12] Now PR 1836
PR 10 1.193[13] 1.920 Recreation center in Lockhart State Park FM 20 01939-09-261939[13] current Former SH 310
PR 11 3.081[14] 4.958 US 183 Palmetto State Park 01939-09-261939[14] current
PR 12 0.275[15] 0.443 FM 1155 in Washington-on-the-Brazos Park road in Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historic Site 01939-09-261939[15] current Former SH 229
PR 13 4.170[16] 6.711 SH 35 Goose Island in Goose Island State Park 01939-09-261939[16] current
PR 14 1.56[17] 2.51 SH 236 Mother Neff State Park 01940-05-091940[17] current
PR 15 7.227[18] 11.631 SH 279 Lake Brownwood State Park 01940-05-091940[18] current
PR 16 2.932[19] 4.719 FM 14 at Tyler State Park CR 313 01940-05-091940[19] current Loops back onto itself, connection to county road
PR 17 1.272[20] 2.047 SH 49 Daingerfield State Park 01940-05-091940[20] current
PR 18 2.4[21] 3.9 I-27 in Lubbock MacKenzie State Park 01940-05-091940[21] 01993-11-301993[21] Cancelled because it is no longer a state park.
PR 19 3.5[22] 5.6 Kerrville State Park SH 173 in Kerrville 01940-05-091940[22] 02006-02-232006[22] Cancelled because it is no longer a state park.
PR 20 1.75[23] 2.82 US 281 Stephenville State Park 01940-05-091940[23] 01946-04-161946[23] Cancelled because it is no longer a state park
PR 20 4.296[23] 6.914 Entrance to Eisenhower State Park Marina inside park 01960-06-011960[23] current Loops back onto itself
PR 21 9.295[24] 14.959 FM 200 / FM 1434 / Entrance to Cleburne State Park US 67 01940-05-091940[24] current
PR 22 0.80[25] 1.29 US 281 Mineral Wells State Park 01940-07-011940[26] [27] cancelled when no longer a state park
PR 22 15.59[27] 25.09 Padre Island National Seashore SH 358 01967-01-171967[27] current
PR 23 1.1[28] 1.8 US 281 Blanco State Park 01940-07-011940[28] current
PR 24 1.62[29] 2.61 FM 271 Bonham State Park 01943-06-031943[29] current Loops back onto itself
PR 25 3.392[30] 5.459 SH 359 southwest of Mathis Lake Corpus Christi State Park 01940-07-011940[30] current
PR 26 1.2[31] 1.9 01940-07-011940 01972-10-051972[31] Now part of PR 10
PR 27 1.033[32] 1.662 Fannin Battleground State Historic Site US 59/FM 2987 in Fannin 01940-07-011940[32] current Former SH 162 and Spur 91
PR 28 2.307[33] 3.713 SH 14 Fort Parker State Park 01941-04-221941[33] current
PR 29 4.10[34] 6.60 US 83 Garner State Park 01941-04-221941[34] current
PR 30 0.277[35] 0.446 Balmorhea State Park SH 17 in Toyahvale 01941-04-231941[35] current
PR 31 [36] Lake Sweetwater Park US 80 east of Sweetwater 01943-06-101943[36] 01951-12-141951 Now FM 1856
PR 31 2.786[36] 4.484 SH 46 Guadalupe River State Park 01981-12-101981[36] current
PR 32 0.64[37] 1.03 FM 89 Abilene State Park 01943-12-161943[37] current
PR 33 17.28[38] 27.81 US 180 near Caddo Possum Kingdom State Park 01944-09-141944[38] current
PR 34 0.457[39] 0.735 FM 273 Lake Fannin State Park 01946-01-181946[39] current
PR 35 1.65[40] 2.66 Fort Parker State Park SH 14 01946-05-041946[40] current
PR 36 5.606[41] 9.022 Camp Constantin BSA/Camp Grady Spruce YMCA SH 16 in Palo Pinto County 01945-11-281945[41] current
PR 37 14.191[42] 22.838 Bandera County Park in Lakehills SH 16 near Helotes 01947-07-021947[42] current
PR 38 2.33[43] 3.75 FM 1458 in San Felipe Stephen F. Austin State Park 01949-12-131949[43] current Loops back onto itself
PR 39 0.6[44] 1.0 Mission Parkway near Mission San José Spur 536 01953-09-231953[44] 01993-09-281993[44] cancelled for further development of the site
PR 40 3.528[45] 5.678 Huntsville State Park SH 75 southeast of Huntsville 01955-11-301955[45] current
PR 41 1.673[46] 2.692 I-20 Monahans Sandhills State Park 01957-03-291957[46] current
PR 42 1.373[47] 2.210 FM 1154 – Beltway around Atlanta State Park 01960-10-281960[47] current
PR 43 2.497[48] 4.019 FM 2062 – Beltway around northwest Bentsen Rio Grande Valley State Park 01961-03-221961[48] current
PR 44 0.943[49] 1.518 SH 21 Mission Tejas State Park 01962-03-291962[49] current
PR 45 0.208[50] 0.335 01962-03-291962[50] 02004-11-182004[50]
PR 46 3.259[51] 5.245 FM 2098 Falcon State Park 01963-11-201963[51] current
PR 47 1.775[52] 2.857 FM 1244 – Beltway around Lake Whitney State Park 01964-06-041964[52] current
PR 48 4.488[53] 7.223 Martin Dies Jr. State Park south area Martin Dies Jr. State Park north area 01961-06-041961[53] current US 190 connects both ends of the park road
PR 49 0.134[54] 0.216 Hodges Ranch Road Kline Road / Redstone Ranch Road to RR 1 01965-12-091965[54] current Unsigned throughout most of its length
PR 50 0.4[55] 0.6 Jim Hogg State Park Firetower Road 01966-06-101966[55] current
PR 51 0.376[56] 0.605 FM 2852 Varner-Hogg Plantation State Historic Site 01967-03-021967[56] current
PR 52 0.781[57] 1.257 US 290 Lyndon B. Johnson State Park 01967-11-281967[57] current
PR 53 17.5[58] 28.2 PR 22 SH 361 in Port Aransas 01967-11-281967[58] 01988-11-291988[58] Now SH 361
PR 54 1.047[59] 1.685 US 283 Fort Griffin Campsite 01968-07-101968[59] current
PR 55 4.156[60] 6.688 Wind Point Park FM 1571 01968-08-011968[60] current
PR 56 2.666[61] 4.291 Alabama-Coushatta Indian Reservation US 190 01970-02-231970[61] current Replaced FM 2865
PR 57 5.8[62] 9.3 Boat ramp in Lake Somerville State Park FM 60 01970-09-011970[62] current
PR 58 0.63[63] 1.01 US 283 Fort Griffin State Historic Site 01970-10-021970[63] current
PR 59 1.409[64] 2.268 FM 205 Dinosaur Valley State Park 01971-06-301971[64] current Loops back onto itself
PR 60 1.124[65] 1.809 FM 224 Trinity River Authority of Lake Livingston 01971-08-311971[65] current Loops back onto itself
PR 61 1.785[66] 2.873 Fort Richardson State Park US 281 / US 380 / SH 114 01971-12-011971[66] current
PR 62 1.381[67] 2.223 Copper Breaks State Park SH 6 01972-07-311972[67] current
PR 63 1.018[68] 1.638 FM 1954 Lake Arrowhead State Park 01973-01-311973[68] current
PR 64 1.419[69] 2.284 FM 3285 Fairfield Lake State Park 01973-04-031973[69] current
PR 65 0.818[70] 1.316 Lake Livingston State Park FM 3126 01973-04-031973[70] current
PR 66 1.365[71] 2.197 FM 3005 at entrance to Galveston Island State Park Boat ramp inside park 01973-07-311973[71] current
PR 67 0.56[72] 0.90 Depot inside State Railroad Park US 84 at park entrance 01974-02-211974[72] 01975-02-011975[72] Now PR 76
PR 67 0.451[72] 0.726 Seminole Canyon State Historical Park headquarters US 90 at park entrance 01975-01-101975[72] current
PR 68 2.06[73] 3.32 RM 2775 in the Hueco Tanks State Historic Site Hueco Tanks State Historic Site 01974-03-151974[73] current
PR 69 0.283[74] 0.455 SH 87 Sea Rim State Park southeast end 01974-12-171974[74] current
PR 70 0.82[75] 1.32 Texas State Railroad History Museum US 84 01976-05-041976[75] current
PR 71 0.743[76] 1.196 US 180 Lake Mineral Wells State Park east end 01977-05-231977[76] current
PR 72 4.346[77] 6.994 FM 762 near Long Point Brazos Bend State Park 01978-09-151978[77] current
PR 73 1.888[78] 3.038 South Llano River State Park US 377 01982-01-271982[78] current
PR 74 0.918[79] 1.477 Alma Drive in Lumberton Village Creek State Park 01994-07-281994[79] current
PR 76 0.401[80] 0.645 Depot inside State Railroad Park US 84 at park entrance 01975-01-101975[80] current Former PR 67
PR 100 13.198[81] 21.240 SH 100 at the Queen Isabella Causeway Padre Island National Seashore 01968-02-291968[81] current
PR 138 2.25[82] 3.62 Business US 90-U Garrett Road 02014-05-292014[82] current
PR 1836 7.234[83] 11.642 Battleground Road (former SH 134) in Houston San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site 01960-06-021960[83] current Replaced PR 9; number chosen to commemorate the date that Texas won its independence from Mexico[83]
  •       Former

See also

References

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