Texas Sponsor A Highway® Program

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For each segment sponsored, one litter removal sign with the sponsor recognition panel is placed on the shoulder of the highway, facing traffic within each one-mile segment. Signs are blue with white reflective letters. The Texas Sponsor A Highway® signs are unique because they represent our partnership with Don't mess with Texas® showing the logo and Texas flag.

The sponsor recognition panel measures 56" x 20". AHMC's art department will work with you to design your sponsor panel for the best visibility and exposure.

Signs are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

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The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and Texas Sponsor A Highway® (TSAH) have recently partnered to develop the start of a brand new corporate Sponsor A Highway Program® that is now open and available for sponsorship in the state of Texas!

After months of hard work and collaboration by both TSAH and TxDOT, a brand new corporate Sponsor A Highway® program and Wildflower Reserve Sponsorship Program have emerged and are available for immediate sponsorship!

Not to be confused with the Texas “Adopt-A-Highway” volunteer program, Sponsor A Highway® gives businesses and organizations the opportunity to sponsor roadside maintenance in exchange for a monthly fee.  A businesses’ sponsorship will include a recognition panel on a Sponsor A Highway® sign with their company name and logo that is placed directly alongside some of Texas’ busiest roadways in one-mile increments.

Sign locations will be available in five major metropolitan cities including Austin, Fort Worth, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio where the demand is high and availability won’t last long! Signs are available on a first come, first-served basis.


Looking for information or pricing in a specific area?

Reach out directly to our Account Manager below:

Vince Nguyen

Dallas/Ft. Worth Account Manager
Phone: 800-200-0003 or 714-689-9372


*Don’t mess with Texas® is a registered trademark and service mark owned by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT). Don’t mess with Texas® may not be used without permission from TxDOT.