Where can I buy Texas Highway magazine?

Where can I buy Texas Highway magazine?

Texas Highways is available at retailers across Texas. The magazine can be purchased at H-E-B, Kroger, Barnes & Noble, Walmart, Target, Walgreens, and Albertsons, amongst other retailers.

Does Texas have a state magazine?

Texas Highways magazine is the official travel magazine of Texas.

How are Texas highways numbered?

State Highway Loops and Spurs They are generally numbered chronologically, and the lower numbers are older routes. Thus spurs and loops are not related to similarly numbered main state highways.

How do I cancel my Texas Monthly service?

Please call 1-800-759-2000 (U.S. only) or send an email to subscripti[email protected] to cancel.

Where is Texas Monthly sold?

Genesis Park
Two and a half years after the award-winning publication was sold to Genesis Park, the Houston-based private equity firm founded by Paul Hobby, it has been purchased by Texas Monthly, LLC, a newly formed affiliate of Enterprise Products Company (EPCO), a privately held firm also based in Houston.

What does FM mean on Texas highways?

Farm to Market Road
Farm to Market Road (FM) A roadway generally in rural areas, so designated by the Texas Transportation Commission. Farm to Market Road Spurs (FS) Begins on a Farm to Market Road and usually ends without connecting to an on-system road, so designated by the Texas Transportation Commission.

What is the longest highway in Texas?

U. S. 83
The longest highway in Texas is U. S. 83, which extends from the Oklahoma state line near Perryton, to the Mexico border at Brownsville.

Who is the editor of Texas Monthly?

Dan Goodgame
Dan Goodgame was named editor-in-chief of Texas Monthly January 2019. He replaced interim editor-in-chief Rich Oppel.

How do I contact Texas Monthly?

If you are still having issues, please contact us at 1-800-759-2000 (U.S. only) or send an email to [email protected]

Who owns the Texas Monthly?

Texas Monthly (stylized as TexasMonthly) is a monthly American magazine headquartered in Downtown Austin, Texas. Texas Monthly was founded in 1973 by Michael R. Levy and has been published by Emmis Publishing, L.P. since 1998 and is now owned by Genesis Park, LP.

What is the longest FM Road in Texas?

FM 168
The longest Farm to Market Road is FM 168 at 139.421 miles.

What are the major highways in Texas?

Primary Interstate Highways

Number Length (mi) Northern or eastern terminus
I-35W 85.283 I-35 & I-35E in Denton
I-37 142.787 I-35/US 281 in San Antonio
I-40 177.139 I-40 at Oklahoma state line east of Shamrock
I-44 15.398 I-44/US 277/US 281 at Oklahoma state line north of Burkburnett

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Where to find back issues of Texas Highways magazine?

Simply follow the ‘Magazine Back-Issue’ link above for available back issues of Texas Highways. If you would like to review Texas Highways magazine or write a complaint about the magazine, delivery issues, auto-renewals or report about a subscription you did not order, simple go to the last tab under ‘Write Review.’

What do you need to know about Texas Highways?

As the authority on Texas travel since 1974, Texas Highways provides readers with a curated guide to the state’s cities, small towns, hidden gems, and natural wonders. Stories focus on Texas’ scenic, recreational, historical, cultural, and ethnic treasures accompanied by strong photography highlighting the state’s natural beauty.

How to renew your subscription to Texas Highways magazine?

To buy a new subscription or renew your current subscription to Texas Highways magazine, please follow the ‘Subscribe/Renew’ link above. If you would like to order a gift subscription to Texas Highways this simply follow the ‘Give a Gift Subscription’ link above to order a gift subscription.

Which is the official travel magazine of Texas?

Published monthly by the Texas Department of Transportation, Texas Highways, the official travel magazine of Texas, encourages travel to and within the Lone Star State and tells the Texas story to readers around the world.

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