The original FM 3211 was designated on November 5, 1971 from IH 35W in Alvarado west 3 miles to a road intersection at Lake Alvarado. FM 3211 was cancelled on January 2, 1976 and became a portion of FM 3136.
Farm to Market Road 3219 (or FM 3219) is located entirely in Bell County.
FM 3219 begins at an intersection with Bus. US 190 in Harker Heights, with the road continuing south as Lookout Ridge Boulevard. The highway crosses over the South Nolan Creek before leaving Harker Heights. FM 3219 travels in a northeast direction before ending at an intersection with FM 439 just east of Killeen.
FM 3219 was designated on November 5, 1971, running northward from US 190 (current Bus. US 190) to FM 439. On June 27, 1995, the entire route was eternally designated as Urban Road 3219 by TxDOT.
Farm to Market Road 3223 (FM 3223) is a short highway that is located entirely in Waco. The highway is known locally as Imperial Drive.
FM 3223 begins at an intersection with FM 1695 (Hewitt Drive) and travels through an industrialized area on the city's south side. The highway ends at an intersection with the southbound frontage road of SH 6.
FM 3223 was designated in 1971 along the current route. The entire highway was internally re-designated as Urban Road 3223 by TxDOT in 1995.
FM 3231 was first designated on November 5, 1971, running from FM 138 at Arcadia southward at a distance of 1.7 miles (2.7 km). The highway was cancelled on November 8, 1977, with the highway being combined with FM 1645.
Ranch to Market Road 3238 (RM 3238) is a 6.847-mile (11.019 km) roadway located in Travis County, Texas. It is known locally as Hamilton Pool Road. Hamilton Pool Road straddles Hamilton Creek, near the Hays County line. State maintenance and the RM 3238 designation begin at a point approximately 0.2 mi (0.32 km) west of the intersection with RM 12 north of Fitzhugh. The route travels east and northeast before ending at a junction with SH 71 in Bee Cave.
RM 3238 was designated in 1971; its eastern terminus has always been SH 71. It originally went west 5.5 miles from SH 71. The route was extended to the west 1.5 miles in 1977, and again in 1987 to include the intersection with RM 12.
FM 3240 begins at an intersection with RM 2828 northwest of Peaceful Valley Road. The highway travels in a generally southeast direction through hilly terrain and turns more in a southward direction at Sparrow Hawk Lane. FM 3240 turns to the south at Timber Lane before turning back at Dallas Street. The highway passes near a subdivision before ending at an intersection with SH 173 just north of Bandera; the road continues east past SH 173 as Bandera Boulevard.
FM 3240 was designated on July 31, 1972 from FM 689 (now SH 173) to a point 2.5 miles to the northwest. On September 5, 1973, the highway was extended further northwest to RM 2828, bringing FM 3240 to its current route.
Farm to Market Road 3241 (FM 3241) is a former highway that was located in Jim Wells County. No highway currently uses the FM 3241 designation.
The highway was designated on November 5, 1971, running from a county road to SH 359 at a distance of 2.2 miles (3.5 km). The highway was cancelled on March 30, 1987, with most of the mileage being transferred to FM 3376.
Farm to Market Road 3248 or FM 3248 is a farm to market route around the western and northern portions of Brownsville, Texas. FM 3248 begins at an intersection with US 281 in Brownsville, Cameron County, heading north on West Alton Gloor Boulevard, a five-lane road with a center left-turn lane. The road heads through residential neighborhoods before becoming a two-lane road and running between woodland within the Lower Rio Grande Valley National Wildlife Refuge to the west and businesses to the east. The highway turns east-northeast and runs through more residential and commercial areas, crossing a Union Pacific railroad line. FM 3248 heads into commercial areas as a five-lane road with a center left-turn lane and comes to an interchange with I-69E/US 77/US 83. Past this interchange, the road becomes East Alton Gloor Boulevard and continues into areas of residential neighborhoods and businesses. The highway intersects FM 1847 and becomes two-lane Dr. Hugh Emerson Boulevard, heading into unincorporated areas and passing through farmland with some homes. FM 3248 crosses back into Brownsville and comes to its eastern terminus at FM 511.
FM 3248 was designated in 1971 from what is now Interstate 69E/U.S. Highways 77 and 83 southwestward to U.S. Highway 281. In 1973 it was extended eastward to its intersection with FM 1847, and again extended eastward in 1979 to its intersection with FM 511. This is its current designation, although the portion west of FM 1847 was designated an Urban Road in 1995.
Farm to Market Road 3255 (FM 3255) is located entirely in the city of El Paso. The highway runs parallel to Franklin Mountains State Park for its entire length. FM 3255 is known locally as Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.
FM 3255 begins at a junction with US 54 near a retail center and runs near a large subdivision before the route becomes more rural. The highway runs near the Franklin Mountains before ending at the New Mexico state line.
FM 3255 was designated in 1971 along the current route. The section of highway between US 54 and FM 2529 was internally re-designated as Urban Road 3255 by TxDOT.
Farm to Market Road 3261 (FM 3261) is located in the South Plains region, traveling through Terry and Hockley counties.
FM 3261 begins at an intersection with US 385 between Brownfield and Levelland in rural Terry County. The highway starts out traveling in a northeast direction before turning north at a county road. FM 3261 enters into Hockley County and has an overlap with FM 41 then has an overlap with FM 1585. The highway travels through mostly rural areas, with the northern section seeing some development near the town of Levelland. FM 3261 ends at an intersection with SH 114 between Levelland and Opdyke West. Despite not running inside the city limits, FM 3261 near Levelland is locally known as H. Moreland Road.
FM 3261 was designated in 1972, running from FM 1585 southward to US 385 at a distance of 8.0 miles (12.9 km). The highway was extended 6.4 miles (10.3 km) northward to SH 116 (now SH 114) in 1975.
The original FM 3264 was designated on November 3, 1972 from US 190, 1.5 miles west of FM 1670, southeast 3.1 miles to FM 594. FM 3264 was cancelled on August 18, 1975 and removed from the highway system.
Farm to Market Road 3272 (FM 3272), or White Oak Road, is a Farm to Market Road in Texas, running from US 80 north to FM 2275 in White Oak. FM 3272 was designated in 1972 from US 80 north 1.4 miles. In 1981, it extended north to FM 2275. In 1995, it became an urban road.
The original FM 3274 was designated on November 3, 1972 from FM 2088, 4.4 miles east of FM 312, southeast 2 miles to a road intersection. FM 3274 was cancelled on June 7, 1974 and became a portion of FM 2910.
The first use of the FM 3281 designation was in Fayette County, from FM 954 northeast 3.5 miles to the Austin County line, 0.5 mile southwest of Shelby. FM 3281 was cancelled on September 21, 1973 and became a portion of FM 389.
The next use of the FM 3281 designation was in Van Zandt County, from US 80 southeast 1.1 miles to FM 47, 1.1 miles southwest of Wills Point. FM 3281 was cancelled on February 27, 1979 by request of county officials.
Farm to Market Road 3288, or FM 3288, in eastern Texas (USA), runs about 2.95 miles (4.75 km) from an intersection with FM 2274 east, then south, to an intersection with a county road west of Lake Striker. The road is in far east-central Cherokee County.
FM 3288 begins at an intersection with FM 2274 in Cherokee County, heading east on a two-lane undivided road. The road heads through rolling hills of alternating open pastures and trees, turning to the south. FM 3288 runs along the western shore of Lake Striker, turning into CR 4413 farther to the south.
FM 3288 has no local street names. Rural for the most part, the landscape along the road includes rolling hills of alternating open pastures and trees. Parts of the west shore of Lake Striker can be seen to the east of FM 3288. The road has two lanes and no shoulders for its entire length. FM 3288 serves no towns, just rural residents living at or near Lake Striker. The road connects the rural area to FM 2274, which leads north to US 79 (which goes south (in a westerly direction) to Jacksonville, and north (in a northeasterly direction) to Henderson). FM 3288 only intersects with local county roads besides that of FM 2274, its west terminus.
Previously, the FM 3288 designation belonged to a roadway in Titus County that spanned 2.5 miles (4.0 km) from Hickory Hill to SH 11. This previous designation was effective from late 1972 to late 1973; this road was transferred to FM 1735. The current road was commissioned in 1974, though it is unclear when FM 3288 was completed.