Orange County Road 423 - John Young Parkway South

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Orange County Road 423 / John Young Parkway - South
John Young Parkway (CR 423) south at Oak Ridge Road. Oak Ridge Road is an arterial leading west to unincorporated Oak Ridge and International Drive in Orlando and east to Pine Castle and the city of Belle Isle. Photo taken 05/05/18.
John Young Parkway angles westward to intersect Presidents Drive through northwestern areas of Orlando Central Park. Photo taken 05/05/18.
CR 423 spans Florida's Turnpike with four overall lanes. Widening through 2020 will add an additional lane to John Young Parkway from here to SR 482. Photo taken 12/21/11.
SR 482 (Sand Lake Road) crosses paths with County Road 423 (John Young Parkway) next. The state road heads west to I-4 at Dr. Phillips and east to the Beachline Expressway at Belle Isle. Photo taken 12/21/11.
Work through Spring 2020 upgrades the intersection with SR 482 (Sand Lake Road) into single point urban interchange, with John Young Parkway eventually passing over Sand Lake Road with six overall lanes. Photo taken 05/05/18.
Allowing for construction on the new John Young Parkway overpasses above Sand Lake Road, traffic along John Young Parkway shifted onto the future concrete off-ramps for SR 482 during the first week of May 2018. Photo taken 05/05/18.
South from SR 482 (Sand Lake Road), John Young Parkway travels through the Southpark business and retail area. Photo taken 05/05/18.
Destination Parkway and Southpark Circle meet at the second of four signals along CR 423 south for the Southpark commerce center. Photo taken 05/05/18.
Southpark Center Loop east and Consulate Drive north tie into John Young Parkway at the ensuing signal southbound. Photo taken 05/05/18.
Southpark Center Loop returns to CR 423 across from Commerce Park Drive east into Southbridge Commerce Park. Photo taken 04/26/15.
A brief reprieve from development to the west precedes the six-ramp parclo interchange connecting John Young Parkway south with the Beachline Expressway (SR 528). Photo taken 05/05/18.
SR 528 travels 54 miles from I-4 near Dr. Phillips to Orlando International Airport (MCO) in Orlando, Cocoa, Merritt Island and Cape Canaveral. Photo taken 11/03/19.
Construction through July 2019 expanded the Beachline Expressway with two Express toll lanes in each direction. Work included building two additional bridges for distributor roads connecting John Young Parkway with SR 528. Photo taken 05/05/18.
A sign bridge stretches across the intersection of John Young Parkway and Taft-Vineland Road, supporting traffic lights above the two arterial routes. Photo taken 05/05/18.
Central Florida Parkway heads west from Central Florida Industrial Park and Orange Blossom Trail to intersect John Young Parkway ahead of Lake Ridge Village and Sea World. Photo taken 05/05/18.
John Young Parkway passes between the Sky Lake South community and the J.W. Marriott resort ahead of Whisper Lakes Boulevard. Whisper Lakes Boulevard winds east through the Whisper Lakes subdivision to Orange Blossom Trail. Photo taken 05/05/18.
Crystal Creek Boulevard east and Menta Street west come together at the succeeding traffic light along John Young Parkway southbound. The two residential streets lead to the Crystal Creek and Pepper Mill subdivisions respectively. Photo taken 05/05/18.
Deerfield Boulevard connects the Deerfield community with John Young Parkway to the west at Battles Boulevard, and U.S. 17-92-441 (Orange Blossom Trail) to the east. Photo taken 05/05/18.
John Young Parkway (CR 423) and SR 417 (Central Florida GreeneWay) meet at a parclo interchange at the Hunter's Creek community. Photo taken 05/05/18.
Town Loop Boulevard circles west around the forthcoming exchange with SR 417 to a number of apartment complexes in the Hunter's Creek community. Photo taken 05/05/18.
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SR 417 (Central Florida GreeneWay) travels west from Hunter's Creek toward Walt Disney World and south through Celebration to Interstate 4 in Osceola County. Photos taken 05/05/18.
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The Central Florida GreeneWay toll road encircles southeastern Orlando east from Hunter's Creek to Orlando International Airport (MCO) and the Beachline Expressway (SR 528). Photos taken 05/05/18.
South from SR 417, John Young Parkway enters the commercial center of Hunter's Park. Photo taken 09/07/16.
Town Center Boulevard is the one of two arterials linking John Young Parkway and parallel Orange Blossom Trail (U.S. 17-92-441) through Hunter's Creek. The boulevard spurs west across Shingle Creek to the Hunter's Creek Vistas and Braddock Oaks neighborhoods. Photo taken 09/07/16.
Town Loop Boulevard loops west from John Young Parkway ahead of SR 417 and returns at the East Village Town Center. Photo taken 09/07/16.
Hunters Creek Boulevard arcs south from Town Center Boulevard to cross John Young Parkway east to Hunter's Creek Golf Course and U.S. 17-92-441 at the Falcon Trace neighborhood. Photo taken 09/07/16.
Three lanes continue south toward the single point urban interchange (SPUI) with Osceola Parkway. The forthcoming exchange was constructed in 2009-10. Photo taken 07/31/14.
John Young Parkway southbound transitions from unsigned Orange County Road 423 to unsigned Osceola County Road 525. Photo taken 07/31/14.


Photo Credits:

12/21/11, 07/31/14, 04/26/15, 09/07/16, 05/05/18, 11/03/19 by AARoads

Connect with:
Interstate 4
State Road 417 - Central Florida GreeneWay / Seminole Expressway
State Road 482 - Sand Lake Road / McCoy Road
State Road 528 - Martin Andersen Beachline Expressway
Osceola County Road 525 - John Young Parkway

Page Updated 11-03-2019.