County Road 92 - San Marco Road

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County Road 92 connects Marco Island with the Collier County mainland along San Marco Island. The 11.45 mile long highway provides one of two routes to the coastal community from the east. CR 92 also serves Goodland via CR 892 south.

San Marco Road was originally a part of State Road 27A, a spur southwest from U.S. 94 at Royal Palm Hammock to Goodland Bay. SR 27A was extended west to Collier City on Marco Island by 1945. The 1946 statewide renumbering of Florida State Roads changed SR 27A to SR 92. SR 92 was downgraded to County Road 92 by August 1987.

Collier County Road 92 North
CR 92 is umarked along San Marco Road across the city of Marco Island. San Marco Island stems east from Collier Boulevard (CR 951) t0 Heathwood Drive. Photo taken 05/01/16.
CR 92 (San Marco Road) continues east to the commercialized intersection with Barfield Drive. Photo taken 05/01/16.
San Marco Road encircles northern reaches of Barfield Bay en route to Goodland. Photo taken 05/01/16.
CR 892 (Goodland Drive) branches south from CR 92 to the coastal community of Goodland. Photo taken 05/01/16.
CR 92 ascends onto the Stan Gober Memorial Bridge across the Big Marco River and Goodland Bay. Photo taken 05/01/16.
CR 92 curves northward from Goodland Bay alongside Ten Thousand Islands National Wildlife Refuge. Photo taken 05/01/16.
Beyond the Goodland Bridge across the Big Marco River, CR 92 travels northeast across the mainland toward U.S. 41. Canals and other waterways permeate the area as the gulf gradually gives way to swamp land. Photo taken 05/01/16.
These power lines parallel Collier County Road 92 for its entire length. Through the estuaries, there are several poles that are higher than the others. These support nesting areas for birds, including the occasional bald eagle. Photo taken 05/01/16.
One of the last orange U.S. 41 shields was located just ahead of Tamiami Trail on CR 92 north. Photo taken 12/31/03.
CR 92 (San Marco Road) concludes at U.S. 41. U.S. 41 south traverses the Everglades east across Big Cypress National Preserve and Everglades National Park to South Florida and Miami. Photo taken 05/01/16.
U.S. 41 northwest leads to suburban areas on the outskirts of Naples to CR 951. Photo taken 05/01/16.
Collier County Road 92 South
The Stan Gober Memorial Bridge spanning Goodland Bay and the Big Marco River was built in 1975.1 Photo taken 05/01/16.
CR 92 (San Marco Road) enters the Marco Island city limits midway across the Goodland Bridge. Photo taken 05/01/16.
The 1,840.6 foot long Goodland Bridge crests at 52.5 feet above the Big Marco River.1 Photo taken 05/01/16.
Lowering from the Goodland Bridge, CR 92 (San Marco Road) intersects the west end of CR 892 (Goodland Drive). Photo taken 05/01/16.
CR 892 spurs 0.8 miles south to the intersection of Goodland Drive and Harbor Place in Goodland. Photo taken 05/01/16.
Long since replaced, a Florida Keys shield for CR 892 south dated from when Goodland Drive was a state secondary road. Photo taken November 1999.
SR 951 shield posted ahead of the CR 92 (San Marco Road) western terminus on Marco Island. Collier Boulevard south from the Judge Jolly Bridge to San Marco Road was turned back from state maintenance. Photo taken 12/30/03.
Collier Boulevard (CR 951) leads north to the Collier County mainline, doubling as SR 951 from Big Marco Pass to U.S. 41 (Tamiami Trail). The four lane arterial parallels the Gulf of Mexico and a number of high rise condominiums southward to the southern tip of Marco Island. Photo taken 12/30/03.



Photo Credits:

November 1999, 12/30/03, 12/31/03, 05/01/16 by AARoads

Connect with:
U.S. 41
State Road 951 / County Road 951 - Collier Boulevard

Page Updated 10-07-2020.

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