The southern terminus of FM 2809 is at FM 2185, approximately 10.7 miles northeast of Van Horn. The route travels north for approximately 4.9 miles before ending at Whitehead Rd in unincorporated Culberson County.
FM 2809 was established along its current routing on May 2, 1962.
The southern terminus of RM 2810 is at a point 32.0 miles (51.5 km) southwest of Marfa along the Pinto Canyon Road where pavement and state maintenance begins in Cleveland Flat near Wild Horse Draw. The 32.0-mile (51.5 km), two-lane road proceeds to the northwest along the northern fringe of the Cuesta del Burro range of the Chinati Mountains. The road then emerges onto Ryan Flat approaching Marfa. In town, the road turns north along S. Hoover St. to its terminus at US 90.
RM 2810 had been designated on May 2, 1962 as a 10.0-mile (16.1 km) route extending southwest from US 90 in Marfa. The route was extended an additional 8.0 miles (12.9 km) on June 26, 1963, and 14.0 miles (22.5 km) further to its present length on June 1, 1965.
Farm to Market Road 2813 (or FM 2813) is located entirely in Smith County, running near southern Tyler.
FM 2813 begins at an intersection with FM 2493 in Gresham south of Tyler and east of Noonday. The highway runs east through unincorporated Smith County before entering the Tyler city limits near County Roads 128/134. FM 2813 ends at an intersection with US 69 in southern central Tyler, with the road continuing east as Marsh Farm Road. For its entire length, FM 2813 runs closely parallel to Loop 49.
FM 2813 was designated on May 2, 1962 along the current route. There have been no changes to the highway since then.
FM 2818 was designated on June 28, 1963 from SH 21 southwest to FM 2513 (now Turkey Creek Rd., as the route was turned over to city of Bryan in 1989). On June 1, 1965, it was extended south to SH 6, replacing the section of FM 2513 from FM 2818 and Turkey Creek Road to FM 60 and Spur 135 from FM 60 south to the center of the Texas A&M airport. On August 31, 1967, it was extended north to SH 6. On January 27, 1988, it was extended from former SH 6 (former Loop 507, now Business SH 6) to new SH 6. On June 27, 1995, it became an urban road.
The original FM 2820 was designated on June 28, 1963 from FM 486, 1 mile south of San Gabriel, to a point 3 miles west. On May 6, 1964 the road was extended west 2.2 miles to FM 1331 at Hare. FM 2820 was cancelled on July 27, 1964 and transferred to FM 1331.
The original FM 2825 was designated on June 28, 1963 from US 183, 2.8 miles south of Goliad, south 8.2 miles to a road intersection. On November 5, 1971 the road was extended south 5.2 miles. FM 2825 was cancelled on November 17, 1972 and became a portion of FM 2441.
RM 2828 begins at an intersection with SH 16 near Medina. The highway runs in a northeast direction before turning in a generally eastward direction. Just after an intersection with FM 3240, RM 2828 turns northeast before turning in a more northward direction. The highway turns back to the northeast before ending at an intersection with SH 173 just south of the Bandera–Kerr county line.
RM 2828 was designated on November 19, 1964, running from SH 16 to FM 689 (current SH 173). There have been no changes to the route since then.
FM 2831 was designated on June 28, 1963 from FM 1013 at Kirbyville to a point 7 miles northwest. On May 6, 1964 the road was extended northwest 3 miles to FM 1005 at Erin. On June 12, 1974 FM 2831 was cancelled and became a portion of FM 252.
Farm to Market Road 2833 (or FM 2833) is located in Taylor and Jones counties that runs through northern Abilene. The highway runs near the eastern shore of Fort Phantom Hill Lake. FM 2833 is known locally as East Lake Road.
FM 2833 begins at an intersection with SH 351 approximately 0.5 miles northeast of I-20 in Abilene. The highway travels in a northward direction and passes by a housing development before leaving the Abilene city limits. FM 2833 passes by the Abilene Water Treatment Plant and the Abilene Police Training Center before re-entering Abilene near the FM 3308 intersection. A couple of miles north of FM 3308, FM 2833 runs near the eastern shore of Fort Phantom Hill Lake, passing by the Fort Phantom Marina and lakeside subdivisions before ending at an intersection with FM 1082.
FM 2833 was first designated on June 29, 1963, running from SH 351 to Fishing Village at Fort Phantom Hill at a distance of 6.1 miles. On May 6, 1964, the highway was extended further north to its current terminus at FM 1082. On June 27, 1995, the section of FM 2833 from SH 351 to FM 3208 was internally re-designated as Urban Road 2833 by TxDOT.
Farm to Market Road 2847 (FM 2847) is located in Clay County.
FM 2847 is a shoulderless two-lane route for its entire length. State maintenance of the roadway begins south of an intersection with FM 2606, which provides access westward to Lake Arrowhead, at an intersection with Gas Plant Road. The route continues northward and then eastward through unincorporated Clay County before ending at a junction with SH 148 south of the Henrietta city limits.
FM 2847 was designated on June 28, 1963. The routing has remained unchanged. The junction with FM 2606 was designated on November 16, 1968, when that route was added to the state highway system.
RM 2871 begins at an intersection with US 377 in Benbrook near Lake Benbrook. The highway runs in a generally northwest direction through eastern Benbrook, passing by several housing developments before leaving the town near Aledo Road. RM 2871 is known as Chapin School Road in Benbrook. The highway runs through less developed areas of Tarrant County, passing under I-20 before entering into Fort Worth near Mary's Creek. RM 2871 runs as a two lane road in Fort Worth, intersecting with Spur 580 and passing near the All Saint's Episcopal School before ending at I-30. The highway is known locally as Longvue Avenue in Fort Worth.
RM 2871 was designated on June 28, 1963, running from US 377 northward to White Settlement Road, at a distance of approximately 7.1 miles (11.4 km). On September 29, 1977, the section of highway between I-30 and White Settlement Road was cancelled. On June 27, 1995, all of RM 2871 was internally re-designated as Urban Road 2871 by TxDOT.
The original FM 2874 was designated on June 28, 1963 from RM 33, 9.9 miles south of Garden City, via St. Lawrence to a point 5 miles west of RM 33. On May 5, 1966 the road was extended west 5.5 miles to RM 1800 (now SH 137). FM 2874 was cancelled on September 20, 1973 and transferred to RM 2401.
Farm to Market Road 2878 (or FM 2878) is located entirely in Bowie County. The highway is known locally as Pleasant Grove Road in Texarkana.
FM 2878 begins at an intersection with the westbound frontage road of I-30 near Nash and Texarkana. The highway travels in a generally northward direction and enters the city limits of Texarkana before turning east at Cooper Lane and runs eastward before turning back north at FM 1297 (McKnight Road)/University Avenue. FM 2878 resumes its northward direction, briefly running east between Chaparral Street and Constitution Drive. The highway runs north through the Pleasant Grove area of the city before ending at an intersection with FM 559, just south of Texas A&M University Texarkana.
FM 2878 was designated on June 28, 1963, running from I-30 to FM 559 along the current route. On June 27, 1995, the entire highway was internally re-designated as Urban Road 2878 by TxDOT.
The original FM 2880 was designated on June 28, 1963 from US 259, 4 miles south of Omaha, southeast 4.4 miles to the terminus of then-proposed SH 77 in Naples. FM 2880 was cancelled on February 28, 1966 and transferred to SH 77.
Farm to Market Road 2884 (or FM 2884) is located in Childress County.
FM 2884 begins at an intersection with FM 268 northeast of Childress. The highway runs north through unincorporated Childress County and turns northeast at County Road V. FM 2884 runs for approximately 3.6 miles before state maintenance ends and becomes County Road 19.
The current FM 2884 was designated on June 4, 1964 along the current route. There have been no changes to the highway since then.
RM 2886 was established on June 28, 1963 with its current northern terminus (though at the time, this was signed as US 290) and southward 7.8 miles. On June 2, 1967, this route was extended south another 10.4 miles, and on July 11, 1968, it was extended another 3.0 miles south to an intersection with Harral Rd. It was extended southward 6.0 miles on September 5, 1973, southward 3.4 miles on October 21, 1981, southward 2.7 miles on April 28, 1983, southward 6.3 miles on April 30, 1987, and southward 5.6 miles to its current southern terminus on October 29, 1992.
The original FM 2889 was designated on November 20, 1963 from SH 7 near the Robertson County line north 1.9 miles to the Magnet Cove Barium Corporation plant site. FM 2889 was cancelled on August 2, 1968 and became a portion of FM 2749.
Farm to Market Road 2890 (FM 2890) is located in the western and central portions of Delta County. The highway is approximately 1.5 miles (2.4 km) in length, and travels through mainly rural areas between the communities of West Delta and Klondike.
FM 2890 begins at an at-grade intersection with State Highway 24 (SH 24) in the small unincorporated community of West Delta. The highway intersects several small roads and passes many houses, as it exits West Delta. The road continues eastward, passing through rural areas and continuing past several houses and small roads. The roadway proceeds eastward, bending slightly southward and passing a small, unnamed cemetery. As it bends northeast, the highway passes a few small houses before entering the community of Klondike, where it terminates at an intersection with FM 1528.
In 2011, the highest traveled point along FM 2890 was at the intersection with FM 1528, with a count of 310 vehicles. The lowest traveled point was at an intersection with SH 24, with a count of 260 vehicles. The highest count was a slight increase from the previous year, when the measure was 290 vehicles.
The first road appeared in the location of FM 2890 between the years of 1936 and 1940. This road followed the approximate route of FM 2890, and had a graded and drained gravel surface. The road was approximately 1.6 miles (2.6 km) in length. By 1951, a small bridge had been constructed over a creek in Klondike, and the highway had been slightly straightened, at a length of 1.5 miles (2.4 km). By 1956 the road's surface had been improved to crushed stone. By 1964, the highway's surface had been improved to bituminous, a combination of crushed rock and asphalt. The route had also been minorly straightened. On May 6, 1964, FM 2890 was designated by Texas Transportation Commission along its present route. The designation was approved by the TxDOT's Administration Circle on June 1, 1964. The entire length of the highway was paved by 1987.
The first use of the FM 2891 designation was in Wichita and Archer counties, from FM 1180 south and southwest 2.2 miles to a road intersection. FM 2891 was cancelled on June 14, 1965 and became a portion of FM 2846.
The next use of the FM 2891 designation was in Morris and Cass counties, from FM 1400 (now FM 130) near Daingerfield northeast 3.3 miles to the Cass County line. On February 3, 1972 the road was extended east 1.8 miles to FM 161. FM 2891 was cancelled on September 21, 1973 and became a portion of FM 130.
The original FM 2892 was designated on May 6, 1964 from US 281 east of Los Indios south 1.5 miles to proposed New International Bridge across the Rio Grande. FM 2892 was cancelled on March 7, 1969 and removed from the highway system.
FM 2895 begins at SH 359 in the unincorporated community of Aguilares. It runs northward through rural areas of Webb County before ending at US 59 (Future I-69W). The route has no major intersections between its termini and is two-laned for its entire length.
FM 2895 was designated on May 6, 1964, and it has always ended at SH 359 in Aguilares. Its original northern terminus was at a point approximately 7.0 miles (11.3 km) north of Aguilares. On May 5, 1966, it was extended to a total length of 13.1 miles (21.1 km). The route reached its current length on June 2, 1967 when it was extended to US 59.