Farm to Market Road 1960, or FM 1960, is a state highway in the U.S. state of Texas. Its western terminus is at an intersection with U.S. Highway 290 and State Highway 6 in northwestern Harris County and travels generally to the east, ending at State Highway 321 in Dayton in western Liberty County.
FM 1960 has long been an artery around Houston, though it has been shortened and re-routed over the years. Once consisting of most of the current State Highway 6 in West Houston as well as its current northern route, it still serves many residents north of the Houston city limits, bordering 26 zip codes.
In 1995, FM 1960 was divided into two sections - the more rural part remaining with the Farm to Market designation and the one closer to the city was given the new Urban Road designation. This is mainly a Texas Department of Transportation convention, as all of the signage on the complete road retains its FM roots.
FM 1960 is also one of the very few FM roads with a "business" segment, running through the middle of Humble, Texas.
|Harris||SH 6 – Unincorporated area|
|U.S. Highway 290 – Unincorporated area|
|SH 249 – Unincorporated area|
|I-45 – Unincorporated area|
|Hardy Toll Road|
|US 59 – Humble|
|FM 2100 – Unincorporated area|
|Liberty||FM 686 – Dayton|
|SH 321 – Dayton|
|FM 1008 – Dayton|