Florida 417 Toll
Central Florida GreeneWay & Seminole Expressway
Encircling the greater Orlando metropolitan area to its south and east, Florida 417 Toll (Central Florida GreeneWay & Seminole Expressway) serves both as a bypass and limited-access commuting route through Osceola, Orange, and Seminole counties. The Central Florida GreeneWay portion of the 55-mile toll facility provides access to the southern and eastern suburbs of Orlando, including Lake Nona and Union Park, as well as serving as a southern connection with Orlando International Airport (MCO). The Seminole Expressway portion of Florida 417 Toll generally serves the areas of Oviedo, Lake Jesup, Sanford, and Lake Monroe. Constructed in phases between December 1988 and September 20021, the Central Florida GreeneWay and Seminole Expressway are operated jointly between the Central Florida Expressway Authority (CFX) and Florida's Turnpike Enterprise (FTE). Florida 417 Toll, in conjunction with Florida 429 Toll (and the future Wekiva Parkway) help form the greater Orlando beltway system.
Florida 417 Toll Highway Guides
- Florida 417 Toll North - Interstate 4 to Florida 408 Toll
- Florida 417 Toll North - Florida 408 Toll to Interstate 4
- Florida 417 Toll South - Interstate 4 to Florida 408 Toll
- Florida 417 Toll South - Florida 408 Toll to Interstate 4
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- SR 417 History - Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority.
2006-11-06, 2013-06-29 by AARoads
Page Updated 08-17-2013.