County Road 382 provides a bypass and truck route across the north side of Port St. Joe between U.S. 98 and SR 71. A fairly linear route, CR 382 travels 4.14 miles along Industrial Road, paralleling the St. Joe Paper Company Fresh Water Canal.
Florida Secondary 382 was initially designated along Kenny Mill Road east from U.S. 98 to Water Plant Road by 1948. S-382 was realigned onto Industrial Road and extended east to Milltown and SR 71 by 1973.
|CR 382 (Industrial Road) east of Port Townsend Road and Milltown. The transmission pylon pictured here was replaced with a single pole structure. Photo taken 06/27/09.|
|CR 382 (Industrial Drive) merges with SR 71 north at an unmarked wye intersection northeast of Port St. Joe. Photo taken 06/27/09.|
06/27/09 by AARoads
Page Updated 04-23-2020.