County Road 4145 stems east from U.S. 17 & 92 (Volusia Avenue) along Graves Avenue in Orange City to cross Interstate 4 at the Deltona city line. Howland Boulevard arcs the suburban route southeast between Three Island Lakes and Dupont Lake through Deltona. The south end connects with Florida 415 near Osteen.
Howland Boulevard was widened to four lanes from Courtland Boulevard southeast to SR 415 during a $11.1-million project underway from January 2015 to September 2016.1 That leaves just a 2.1-mile segment of Howland Boulevard, from Elkcam Boulevard northwest to Providence Boulevard, with two lanes.
Historically Graves Avenue east to Kentucky Avenue was a part of Florida 430A. Redesign of the trumpet interchange joining Interstate 4 with Florida 472 in the mid 2000s realigned Howland Boulevard to directly tie into the exchange. This also slightly shifted CR 4145 so that its navigate through a signalized intersection at the east end of Graves Avenue.
|County Road 4145 west|
|Howland Boulevard (CR 4145) west at Catalina Boulevard. Catalina Boulevard curves southwest from Lake Helen-Osteen Road to the Pinewood community of north Deltona. Photo taken 12/30/06.|
|Leading away from Catalina Boulevard, Howland Boulevard curves west ahead of the Timbercrest neighborhood and Florida 472. Photo taken 12/30/06.|
|County Road 4145 west at Forest Edge Drive north to Timbercrest and the west entrance to Deltona High School. Photo taken 12/30/06.|
|Howland Boulevard was extended west in 2006 to directly transition into Florida 472 at the parclo interchange with Interstate 4. County Road 4145 extends west along Graves Avenue, spanning I-4 into Orange City. Photo taken 12/30/06.|
|The expanded interchange with Interstate 4 at SR 472 and Howland Boulevard opened up areas of northwest Deltona for additional development. A commercial area broke ground on the south side of CR 4145 (Graves Avenue) in 2008. Photo taken 12/30/06.|
|Florida 472 angles northwest from the turn of CR 4145 onto Graves Avenue to U.S. 17 & 92 (Woodland Boulevard) at south DeLand. Photo taken 12/30/06.|
- "One end of Howland Blvd. work winds down, another begins." Daytona Beach News-Journal, The (FL), - August 7, 2016.
12/30/06 by AARoads
Page Updated 03-14-2018.