Orange County 423 - John Young Parkway North

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Orange County Road 423 / John Young Parkway - North
Hunters Creek Boulevard takes a winding course through southern areas of the Hunter's Creek area west to Town Center Boulevard and east to U.S. 17-92-441 (Orange Blossom Trail) at the Falcon Trace development. Photo taken 07/31/14.
John Young Parkway enters the commercial center of Hunter's Creek at Town Loop Boulevard. The arterial encircles retail areas north to Town Center Boulevard. Photo taken 07/31/14.
Town Center Boulevard constitutes the main east-west arterial across Hunter's Creek. The four-lane roadway extends to western reaches of the development beyond Shingle Creek and east across Florida's Turnpike to the Meadow Woods community. Photo taken 07/31/14.
Teal Point Drive follows at the ensuing signal northbound, joining John Young Parkway with adjacent retail and apartment complexes. Photo taken 07/31/14.
Continuing north from the commercial center of Hunter's Creek, John Young Parkway approaches SR 417 (Central Florida GreeneWay). Photo taken 07/31/14.
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SR 417 (Central Florida GreeneWay) generally travels east-west across southern Orange County. The toll road connects Celebration and Hunter's Creek with Orlando International Airport (MCO) and Lake Nona in southeast Orlando. Photo taken 10/01/15. Second photo taken 07/31/14.
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Passing below the SR 417 mainline, motorists on John Young Parkway north next intersect the southbound on-ramp to Walt Disney World and I-4 west to Lakeland and Tampa. Photo taken 10/01/15. Second photo taken 07/31/14.
Town Loop Boulevard returns to John Young Parkway at the succeeding signal north of the Central Florida GreeneWay. Substation Road extends east from the boulevard to Deputy Brandon Coates Community Park. Photo taken 07/27/16.
Deerfield Boulevard winds east from John Young Parkway through the Deerfield community to Orange Blossom Trail. Photo taken 07/31/14.
Menta Street connects John Young Parkway with the Pepper Mill development to the east, opposite Crystal Creek Boulevard west to the Crystal Creek subdivision. Photo taken 07/31/14.
Whisper Lakes Boulevard comprises a four-lane parkway arcing east through the Whisper Lakes community to U.S. 17-92-441 (OBT). Photo taken 07/31/14.
John Young Parkway advances north between the Grande Lakes Resort and the Sky Lake South community to Central Florida Parkway. Central Florida Parkway constitutes a four-lane arterial west to Williamsburg, Sea Word and I-4 west and east to OBT and Central Florida Industrial Park. Photo taken 07/31/14.
Taft-Vineland Road branches north from Central Florida Parkway to cross paths with CR 423 (John Young Parkway) at the ensuing northbound signal. The arterial continues east to Freedom High School and Orlando Central Park. Photo taken 07/31/14.
A six-ramp parclo interchange joins John Young Parkway with the Beachline Expressway (SR 528). Photo taken 07/31/14.
SR 528 curves northeast from John Young Parkway meet Florida's Turnpike nearby. The toll road continues east to Belle Isle, east Orlando and Orlando International Airport (MCO). Photo taken 07/31/14.
A loop ramp follows from CR 423 north for SR 528 (Beachline Expressway) west to Interstate 4 near Dr. Phillips. Photo taken 06/05/19.
The west end of the Beachline Expressway connects John Young Parkway and I-4 with the Orange County Convention Center and SeaWorld. Photo taken 06/05/19.
Advancing north from SR 528, CR 423 intersects Commerce Park Drive east to Southridge Commerce Park and Southpark Center Loop west. Photo taken 08/25/18.
Consulate Drive loops east from John Young Parkway and Southpark Center to SR 528 west and U.S. 17-92-441 (OBT) at Orlando Central Park. Photo taken 08/25/18.
Destination Parkway heads northeast from Universal Boulevard to meet John Young Parkway across from Southpark Circle at the Southpark business center. Photo taken 08/25/18.
Southpark Circle returns to John Young Parkway at the subsequent signal north. Commodity Circle extends west to additional offices, lodging and restaurants. Photo taken 08/25/18.
John Young Parkway (CR 423) next meets SR 482 (Sand Lake Road). Photo taken 04/26/15.
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A $39.9 million project underway through Spring 2020 upgrades the intersection with SR 482 into a single point urban interchange (SPUI).1 Photo taken 06/05/19. Second photo taken 06/04/19.
SR 482 (Sand Lake Road) is a 7.72 mile route west to Interstate 4 and east to SR 528 (Beachline Expressway) at Jetport Drive and Boggy Creek Road. Photo taken 07/31/14.
Sand Lake Road leads SR 482 east through Orlando Central Park to U.S. 17-92-441 (Orange Blossom Trail) by Florida Mall. Photo taken 07/31/14.
Sand Lake Road west connects with SR 435 (Kirkman Road) north to Universal Orlando and South Apopka-Vineland Road (CR 435) at Dr. Phillips. SR 482 follows McCoy Road east from SR 527 (Orange Avenue) to Belle Isle. Photo taken 07/31/14.
John Young Parkway shifts a half mile from SR 482 to Presidents Drive at Orlando Central Park. The arterial will be expanded to six lanes north to the bridges across Florida's Turnpike as part of the interchange project with Sand Lake Road.1 Photo taken 07/31/14.
Oak Ridge Road (CR 528A) runs east along the north side of Orlando Central Park to OBT and SR 527 (Orange Avenue) in Pine Castle. West from CR 423, the arterial continues through unincorporated Oak Ridge to the Orlando city limits and International Drive. Photo taken 10/20/18.
Progressing one mile north between the South Point and Winter Run subdivisions, the succeeding traffic light along John Young Parkway is with Americana Boulevard east and Conroy Road west. Conroy Road is a busy arterial west to the Mall at Millenia and the Turkey Lake area of Orlando. Photo taken 10/20/18.
John Young Parkway briefly enters the Orlando city limits by the Park Central community. Millenia Boulevard stems west to the Millenia retail area in Orlando at the next signal. Photo taken 10/20/18.
Northbound CR 423 (John Young Parkway) at the Orange County Public Works Complex ahead of the Woodhaven community outside Orlando. Photo taken 07/31/14.
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John Young Parkway reenters Orlando at the diamond interchange with Interstate 4. Photo taken 10/20/18. Second photo taken 07/31/14.
35th Street east from the Woodhaven neighborhood and 33rd Street west, the south side frontage road for I-4, come together at a traffic light with John Young Parkway just ahead of the freeway ramps. Photo taken 10/20/18.
Since CR 423 is within Orlando, the eastbound control city for I-4 is Daytona Beach instead of Downtown. Photo taken 10/20/18.
Back to back left turns follow along CR 423 north for I-4 west to Tampa and L.B. McLeoad Road west to Third Third Street Industrial Park and the Richmond Estates community. Photo taken 10/20/18.
L.B. McLeod Road forms a north side frontage street for Interstate 4 east to Rio Grande Avenue and the Rio Grande Terrace neighborhood. Photo taken 10/20/18.
Clear Way angles northeast from John Young Parkway into the Isle of Catalina subdivision off Clear Lake.
A flyover ties into the six-lane arterial from I-4 west nearby. Photo taken 10/20/18.
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John Young Parkway navigates through an S-curve across western reaches of Clear Lake ahead of Columbia Street west to Lake Mann Shores and Roosevelt Park. Photos taken 10/20/18.
Monte Carlo Trail links John Young Parkway with adjacent retail and Goldwyn Avenue at the Washington Shores neighborhood. Photo taken 10/20/18.
Orange Center Boulevard crosses John Young Parkway east from Goldwyn Avenue to Gore Street at the Orlando Sports Campus. Photo taken 10/20/18.
Goldwyn Avenue curves east to become C.R. Smith Street to its end at John Young Parkway by Lake Sunset. Photo taken 10/20/18.
Continuing beyond Sunset Lake, John Young Parkway north approaches Church Street and SR 408 (East-West Expressway). Photo taken 10/20/18.
John Young Parkway becomes State Road 423 north from Church Street. Church Street leads east below SR 408 to Camping World Stadium, Orlando City Stadium (home of Orlando SC) and Amway Center (home of the Orlando Magic). Photo taken 10/20/18.

  1. 407143-5 SR 482 (Sand Lake Road) from West of Universal Boulevard to West of SR 423 (John Young Parkway). CFLRoads, FDOT web site.

Photo Credits:

07/31/14, 04/26/15, 10/01/15, 07/27/16, 08/25/18, 10/20/18, 06/04/19, 06/05/19 by AARoads

Connect with:
Interstate 4
State Road 417 - Central Florida GreeneWay / Seminole Expressway
State Road 423 - John Young Parkway / Lee Road
State Road 482 - Sand Lake Road / McCoy Road
State Road 528 - Martin Andersen Beachline Expressway

Page Updated 06-06-2019.