|Length:||366 mi / 590 km|
The Interstate 30 , just I-30 , is an interstate highway in the southern United States . It begins on Interstate 20 west of Fort Worth , Texas and ends after 350 miles on Interstate 40 near Little Rock , Arkansas . In Dallas, the interstate runs parallel to US Highway 67 , which was once part of I-20.
- There is an option to extend Interstate 30 along US Highway 67 from Little Rock. There are also plans for an Interstate 730 along Arkansas State Route 226 Jonesboro following a possible expansion .
- The section of I-30 between Dallas and Fort Worth is named the Tom Landry Freeway in honor of the long-time coach of the Dallas Cowboys . Although Interstate 30 runs south of Texas Stadium , the previous stadium for the Cowboys. The new stadium will be in Arlington , closer to I-30.
- In Dallas, Interstate 30 is known as the RL Thornton Freeway between downtown and the suburb of Mesquite . The name was taken from the I-35E at the Mixmaster hub.
- The I-30 is the shortest two-digit interstate that ends in a zero. In general, these are the longest east-west highways. This is also the second shortest major interstate , where the last digit is a 0 or 5, after Interstate 45 .
Feeders and bypasses
- Interstate 130 (future expansion of Texas State Highway 151 and Arkansas State Route 245 )
- Interstate 430 , Interstate 630 at Little Rock
- Interstate 530 from Little Rock to Pine Bluff
- Interstate Guide (English)