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Texas Transportation Code - TRANSP § 225.054. Tom Landry Highway

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(a) Interstate Highway 30 between Interstate 35E in Dallas and Interstate 35W in Fort Worth is designated as the Tom Landry Highway.

(b) The department shall design and construct memorial markers indicating the highway number, the designation as the Tom Landry Highway, and any other appropriate information.  The department shall include a depiction of a fedora on each marker designed and constructed under this section.

(c) The department shall erect a marker at each end of the highway and at appropriate intermediate sites along the highway.

Cite this article: - Texas Transportation Code - TRANSP § 225.054. Tom Landry Highway - last updated April 14, 2021 |

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