There are four branches of County Road 158 across North Florida. The western segment is an urban boulevard between SR 263 (Capital Circle NW) and U.S. 27 (N Monroe Street) in Tallahassee. Totaling 4.74 miles, CR 158 in the capital city lines Tharpe Street.
The first of two sections of CR 158 in Jefferson County extends east from CR 1540 (Capitola Road) and the Leon County line to Lloyd and CR 259 (Waukeenah Highway). The 8.80 mile route follows Old Lloyd Road east to CR 158A where it splits for Rabon Road.
County Road 1540 was designated by 1991 along Capitola Road southwest from CR 158 in Jefferson County. The 5.75 mile long highway connects Lloyd with Capitola and CR 1543 (Chaires Cross Road) at Chaires. Prior to a Leon Countywide renumber of highways, CR 158 was also assigned to Buck Lake Road west from Baum Road (CR 1541) to U.S. 90 at the east Tallahassee city line. A second branch of CR 158 linked Buck Lake Road with U.S. 90 along Pedrick Road. Buck Lake Road was subsequently reassigned as CR 1568 and Pedrick Road as CR 1553.
The succeeding segment of County Road 158 travels 8.13 miles east from U.S. 19 at Drifton to CR 257 at Aucilla. Running along Aucilla Road, CR 158 parallels a CSX Railroad line across a mix of wetland areas and ranchland. The eastern leg of CR 158 (Sundown Creek Road) measures 10.08 miles from U.S. 221 to CR 14 south of Interstate 10 and Hixtown Swamp in Madison County.
CR 158 overtakes Old Lloyd Road from CR 158B and Rabon Road ahead of this confirming marker.
CR 1540 (Capitola Road) parallels a CSX Railroad line west tom Farms Road to CR 1568 (Buck Lake Road).
County Road 158 stems east from U.S. 221 just south of a diamond interchange (Exit 241) with Interstate 10.
The lone confirming marker for CR 158 west along Sundown Creek Road stands just beyond CR 14.
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Page Updated 04-24-2020.