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Florida State Road 666

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Florida State Road 666

State Road 666
Tom Stuart Causeway
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East end: Seminole
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State Road 666 is a short Florida State Road in Pinellas County. Locally known as Tom Stuart Causeway, it crosses a lagoon from Seminole to Madeira Beach. The bridge has 11 spans, the longest span is in the middle, where the boats go across. It is called a bascule bridge, carrying 4 lanes of SR 666. As a Directional T interchange, its northeastern terminus is Alternate US 19 in Bay Pines(originally built for the formerly proposed Pinellas Belt Expressway), and with a regular intersection, its southwestern terminus is at State Road 699 in Madeira Beach, in front of the Ocean Sands hotel.

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