Golden Gate Parkway

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Collier County Road 886 overlays 7.1 miles of Golden Gate Parkway, connecting northern reaches of Naples with the Golden Gate community. The county road begins at U.S. 41 (Tamiami Trail) near Coastland Center mall and heads east along a six lane arterial to a single point urban interchange with CR 31 (Airport-Pulling Road). CR 886 continues east to meet Interstate 75 ahead of Santa Barbara Boulevard in west Golden Gate. Beyond Santa Barbara Boulevard, CR 886 reduces to four overall lanes to its end at CR 951 (Collier Boulevard).
Collier County Road 886 East
A two lane ramp leaves CR 886 for the single point urban interchange (SPUI) with CR 31 (Airport-Pulling Road) east of Estuary Boulevard. CR 31 travels along Airport-Pulling Road from U.S. 41 east of Downtown Naples north to CR 846 (Immokalee Road). Naples Municipal Airport (APF) is located along Airport-Pulling Road south opposite of Radio Road. Photo taken 11/24/12.
Decorative lighting lines CR 886 across the SPUI with Airport-Pulling Road (CR 31). The grade separated interchange opened to traffic by July 2007. Photo taken 11/24/12.
This confirming marker stands along CR 886 (Golden Gate Parkway) east of CR 31. Golden Gate Parkway otherwise passes north of the Naples Grande Golf Club. Photo taken 11/24/12.
Eastbound motorists pass by this I-75 trailblazer ahead of the signalized intersection with CR 881 (Livingston Road). Livingston Road extends north to CR 846 (Immokalee Road) and south to CR 856 (Radio Road). Photo taken 11/24/12.
Collier County Road 881 follows Livingston Road along a divided arterial to Bonita Springs in southern Lee County. Livingston Road ends at Bonita Beach Road (Lee County Road 865) opposite Imperial Parkway. Photo taken 11/24/12.
Residential dwellings and businesses sporadically line CR 886 (Golden Gate Parkway) between CR 881 (Livingston Road) and Interstate 75. Photo taken 11/24/12.
Golden Gate Parkway nears the exchange with Interstate 75 beyond 66th Street SW. The upcoming interchange opened to traffic by March 2007. Photo taken 11/24/12.
I-75 generally travels east from Golden Gate Parkway (CR 886) across the Everglades to the southeast coast. The freeway ends northwest of Miami at SR 826 (Palmetto Expressway). Photo taken 11/24/12.
A separate loop ramp directs motorists to Interstate 75 north ahead. Photo taken 11/24/12.
I-75 travels north from Collier County Road 886 (Golden Gate Parkway) through several Southwest Florida cities, including Fort Myers and Sarasota, en route to Tampa. Photo taken 11/24/12.
CR 886 continues east an additional 3.1 miles to CR 951 (Collier Boulevard) near Golden Gate. Photo taken 11/24/12.
Collier County Road 886 West
CR 886 (Golden Gate Parkway) meets CR 881 (Livingston Road) west of 70th Street SW. CR 881 overlays Livingston Road from Radio Road (CR 856) northward into Lee County. Photo taken 11/24/12.
Livingston Road (CR 881) was built in phases through Collier County, with the final segment opening by 2004. CR 881 extends north along Livingston Road to CR 865 (Bonita Springs Road) in Bonita Springs. Otherwise, CR 881 continues 1.4 miles south to Radio Road. Photo taken 11/24/12.
Opened by July 2007, a single point urban interchange (SPUI) separates CR 886 (Golden Gate Parkway) and CR 31 (Airport-Pulling Road) beyond the entrance to Naples Grande Golf Club. Photo taken 11/24/12.
Collier County Road 31 follows Airport-Pulling Road along a four and six lane arterial 10 miles between U.S. 41 (Tamiami Trail) and Collier County Road 846 (Immokalee Road) in Naples Park. Photo taken 11/24/12.
Westbound motorists along CR 886 (Golden Gate Parkway) enter the urban limits of Naples beyond CR 31. The city is named after the famous Italian city of the same name and was established by the late 1880s. Photo taken 11/24/12.
Estuary Boulevard leads north from Golden Gate Parkway at the ensuing signal into the Estuary at Grey Oaks subdivision. Photo taken 11/24/12.

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11/24/12 by AARoads

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Page Updated 08-10-2018.

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