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Sr 500 (fl)

State Road 500
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West end: US 19 / US 98 / US 27 Alt. / SR 55 in Chiefland
  US 41 / SR 45 / SR 121 in Williston
I-75 / SR 93 in Ocala
SR 429 in Apopka
SR 408 in Orlando
I-4 / SR 400 in Orlando
Florida's Turnpike / SR 91 / SR 528 near Taft
I-95 / SR 9 in June Park
US 1 / SR 5 in Melbourne
East end: US 192 / SR A1A in Indialantic
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State Road 500 is a major state highway running through Florida as a mostly unsigned route under several US Highways. From Chiefland to Williston it is U.S. Highway 27 Alternate. From Williston to Ocala, it is U.S. Highway 27. From Ocala to Kissimmee, it is U.S. Highway 441. From Kissimmee to Indialantic it is U.S. Highway 192.


Names for Florida State Road 500 include Young Boulevard, 100th Street, Hathaway Avenue, Noble Avenue, Blichton Road, 10th Street, Pine Street, Abshier Boulevard, North Boulevard, Main Street, Burleigh Boulevard, Orange Blossom Trail, East Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway, Space Coast Parkway, New Haven Avenue the Melbourne Causeway and Fifth Avenue.


Major intersections

Related route

County Location Mile Destination Notes
Levy Chiefland 0.00 US 19 / US 98 / US 27 Alt. / SR 55 Western terminus, ALT US 27 joins US 19-98 northbound
Bronson SR 24
Williston US 41 / SR 45 / SR 121 Western end of US 41/SR 121 concurrency
US 27 / US 41 / SR 45 / SR 121 Eastern end of US ALT 27/US 41/SR 121 concurrency, Western end of US 27 concurrency
Marion Ocala I-75 / SR 93 Exit 354 (I-75)
US 301 / US 441 / SR 25 / SR 200 Western end of US 301/441 concurrency
SR 40
SR 200
Belleview US 301 / SR 35 Eastern end of US 301 concurrency
Lake Leesburg US 27 / SR 25 Eastern end of US 27 concurrency
SR 44 Western end of SR 44 concurrency
Silver Lake CR 44 Eastern end of SR 44 concurrency
Tavares SR 19 Western end of SR 19 concurrency
Eustis SR 19 / CR 19A Eastern end of SR 19 concurrency
Mount Dora SR 46
Orange Apopka SR 429 Exit 33 (SR 429)
SR 436
Orlando US 17 / US 92 / SR 50 Western end of US 17/92 concurrency
SR 408 Exit 9 (SR 408)
I-4 / SR 400 Exits 80A-B (I-4)
Taft Florida's Turnpike / SR 91 / SR 528 Exits 254 and 255 (Turnpike), Exit 4 (SR 528/Beachline)
Osceola Kissimmee US 17 / US 92 / US 192 / SR 530 Western end of US 192(SR 530) concurrency, Eastern End of US 17/92 concurrency
SR 530 / CR 530 Eastern end of SR 530 concurrency, County extension of SR 530
Florida's Turnpike / SR 91 Exits 242 NB & 244 SB (Florida's Turnpike)
St. Cloud SR 15 / CR 15 Northern end of SR 15 concurrency, County extension of SR 15
Holopaw US 441 / SR 15 Eastern end of US 441 (SR 15) concurrency
Brevard June Park I-95 / SR 9 Exit 180 (I-95)
Melbourne US 1 / SR 5
Indialantic SR A1A Eastern terminus

State Road 500A
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Location: Tavares

State Road 500A is a short signed state highway in Tavares, Florida, United States, connecting U.S. Highway 441 (SR 500) with State Road 19.[1][2] Other alignments have existed, including Lake County's "Old 441" / Orange County Road 500A, between SR 19 and US 441 through Tavares, Eustis and Mount Dora; and a former section of U.S. Route 192 in eastern Osceola County.[3] Old USGS maps show the abandoned section of the Kissimmee Highway between Lake X and Deer Park having been FL 500A at some point.


References

External links

  • Florida Route Log (SR 500)
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