State Road 15A / Volusia County Road 15A - DeLand

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Florida State Road 15A is the 6.90-mile western bypass of DeLand, connecting with U.S. 17/92 (Woodland Boulevard) at both ends. The state road also comprises the primary truck route around the Volusia County seat. Beginning at Woodland Boulevard and Taylor Road in south DeLand, SR 15 travels from northwest to north, following Spring Garden Avenue for the majority of its route. Volusia County Road 15A continues north and east from U.S. 17/92 on the north side of DeLand to provide a connection with SR 11 near Lake Daugharty.

Florida State Road 15A North
SR 15A shield posted after SR 44 (New York Avenue) west of Downtown DeLand. Photo taken 05/12/08.
Plymouth Avenue leads west to CR 4153 (Grand Avenue) and east as unsigned CR 4094 to U.S. 17/92 (Woodland Boulevard) north of Downtown DeLand. Photo taken 05/12/08.
In addition to acting as a truck bypass for U.S. 17/92, SR 15A provides a direct route to SR 11 leading north to Bunnell from DeLand. Photo taken 05/12/08.
Guide sign posted for the SR 15A northbound intersection with CR 92 (International Speedway Boulevard). Although outside of the numbering convention, CR 92 continues the U.S. 92 routing from U.S. 17 (Woodland Boulevard) to the truck bypass. Photo taken 05/12/08.
Volusia County Road 15A South
County Road 15A extends Spring Garden Avenue north from U.S. 17 to SR 11. Pictured here is the first southbound reassurance marker. Photo taken 06/14/08.
2.14 miles from its beginning, CR 15A meets U.S. 17 and its unsigned parent (SR 15) at this signalized intersection. The U.S. highway enters the scene from DeLeon Springs to the northwest en route to central DeLand to the south. Photo taken 06/14/08.
Florida State Road 15A South
SR 15A overtakes CR 15A along Spring Garden Avenue south from U.S. 17. The route widens to four lanes and is the default truck bypass around central DeLand. Photo taken 06/14/08.
This mileage sign references the U.S. 17 south & 92 westbound control cities of Sanford and Orlando for their continuation south of DeLand. Photo taken 06/14/08.
Glenwood Road (unsigned CR 4088) crosses paths with SR 15A at this traffic light. The east-west route joins DeLand with the community of Glenwood to the west. Photo taken 06/14/08.
SR 15A reassurance marker posted south of Glenwood Road. Much of the route outside of DeLand remains somewhat rural. Photo taken 06/14/08.
Nearing the intersection with CR 92 (International Speedway Boulevard) on SR 15A south. CR 92 carries the initial segment of the boulevard and the U.S. 92 numbering convention east to the U.S. 17/92 split. Photo taken 06/14/08.
SR 15A south at the intersection with CR 92 east and Grantham Way west, a subdivision entrance. County Road 92 is well outside the Florida State Road numbering convention, as the other 92 designation is located in Collier County, between Goodland and Marco Island. Photo taken 06/14/08.
SR 15A southbound reassurance marker posted on Spring Garden Avenue after the west end of CR 92 (International Speedway Boulevard). The arterial expands with a grassy median southward to Plymouth Avenue. Photo taken 10/19/17.
Plymouth Avenue (unsigned CR 4092) travels west to Grand Avenue (CR 4053) and east to Florida Hospital - Deland. Photo taken 10/19/17.
Continuing south from Plymouth Avenue, motorists see another SR 15A (Spring Garden Avenue) reassurance marker. Photo taken 10/19/17.
A set of traffic lights operate along SR 15A (Spring Garden Avenue) south at Minnesota Avenue in west DeLand. Minnesota Avenue (unsigned CR 4094 leading east) travels east to Stetson University and west to CR 4053 (Grand Avenue). Photo taken 10/19/17.
One half mile south of Minnesota Avenue, SR 15A approaches SR 44 (West New York Avenue). SR 44 leads directly into Downtown to the east and joins DeLand with Eustis and Lake County to the west. Photo taken 10/19/17.
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SR 44 travels overall between New Smyrna Beach and Crystal River in segments. West New York Avenue carries the road through the central business district en route to Interstate 4 (Exit 118). Westward, the state road spans the St. Johns River into rural eastern Lake County. Photos taken 10/19/17.
Confirming marker posted south of SR 44 as SR 15A continues south to U.S. 17/92 (Woodland Avenue) at Taylor Road. Photo taken 12/30/06.
The succeeding traffic light along SR 15A (Spring Garden Avenue) south is with Euclid Avenue. Photo taken 12/30/06.
SR 15A begins its southeastern turn through DeLand Southwest and intersects Beresford Avenue. Photo taken 12/30/06.
The last southbound confirming marker stands along State Road 15A by Oaktree Lane. Photo taken 12/30/06.
The rural stretch of SR 15A reenters the DeLand city limits at the approaching intersection with Adelle Avenue. Photo taken 12/30/06.
East from Adelle Avenue, SR 15A overtakes Taylor Road to U.S. 17/92 (Woodland Boulevard). An I-4 references SR 472, which begins 1.4 miles to the south. Photo taken 12/30/06.
U.S. 17/92 combine through DeLand and lead south through Orange City and DeBary, eventually converging with Interstate 4 at Lake Monroe in Seminole County. Photo taken 12/30/06.
SR 15A ends at U.S. 17-92 (Woodland Avenue), with Taylor Road extending another 2.5 miles east to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Beltway (CR 4101) at Victoria Gardens Drive. Photo taken 12/30/06.

Photo Credits:

12/30/06, 05/12/08, 06/14/08, 10/19/17 by AARoads

Connect with:
U.S. 17
U.S. 92
State Road 11
State Road 44

Page Updated 04-19-2018.

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