State Road 414 - Apopka Expwy / Maitland Blvd - East

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Florida State Road 414 East
Continuing east through the semi-directional T interchange with SR 451 (Western Beltway) north on SR 414 (Apopka Expressway) east. Photo taken 02/25/17.
The half dumbbell interchange with Marden Road opened to traffic on June 10, 2017. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Reassurance marker posted where the Marden Road on-ramp merges onto eastbound now. Photo taken 02/25/17.
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SR 414 (John Land Apopka Expressway) passes through portions of the Apopka city limits to the Coral Hills Mainline Toll Plaza. Photos taken 02/25/17.
The lone mileage sign for SR 414 stands 11 miles from Maitland and 14 miles from Winter Park (via U.S. 17-92 south). Photo taken 02/25/17.
The Coral Hills Main Plaza partitions traffic into six express toll lanes and three booths for cash collection in each direction. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Interchange sequence sign posted at the Clarcona Road (CR 435) underpass. SR 414 transitions into a controlled access arterial prior to meeting SR 434. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Eastbound reassurance shield posted after the Apopka Expressway toll plaza. Photo taken 12/21/11.
Curving southeast, SR 414 next approaches a single point urban interchange split diamond interchange (Exit 8) with Hiawassee Road. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Lakeville and Hiawassee Roads parallel each north to CR 424 (Apopka Boulevard) in southeast Apopka and south to Clarcona Ocoee Road at Hiawassee. Photo taken 02/25/17.
The wye interchange (Exit 6 westbound) with Keene Road precedes this confirming marker. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Exit 8 leaves SR 414 (Apopka Expressway) east for Hiawassee Road. An arterial route, Hiawassee Road extends south from U.S. 441 (Orange Blossom Trail) through Pine Hills to western areas of Orlando and Conroy Windermere Road. Photo taken 02/25/17.
U.S. 441 (Orange Blossom Trail) angles southeast from Apopka to converge with SR 414 again at Exit 9. Photo taken 02/25/17.
A lengthy viaduct takes the Apopke Expressway a half mile east across two railroad lines and Oakland Road to Exit 9 with U.S. 441. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Orange Blossom Trail advances southeast from SR 414 through unincorporated Lockhart to northwest Orlando. A mix of retail and industrial businesses line the arterial. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Two lanes part ways with the Apopka Expressway east at the parclo interchange (Exit 9) with U.S. 441 (Orange Blossom Trail). Photo taken 02/25/17.
SR 414 transitions into Maitland Boulevard, a controlled access arterial, as it bends back to the northeast to the Seminole County line. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Aesthetic arches accompany both sides of SR 414 across Orange Blossom Trail. Photo taken 12/21/11.
Central Florida Expressway Authority (CFX) maintenance concludes just beyond U.S. 441 as SR 414 shifts to Maitland Boulevard. Photo taken 12/21/11.
This reassurance marker along Maitland Boulevard east stands by the Rose Pointe subdivision across from Lake Betty. Photo taken 02/25/17.
A short distance east of U.S. 441 (Orange Blossom Trail), SR 414 intersects Rose Avenue. Maitland Boulevard straddles the Orange County line east from here. Rose Avenue north becomes Bear Lake Road through Forest City in Seminole County. Photo taken 12/21/11.
SR 414 shield posted after Rose Avenue. Photo taken 02/25/17.
SR 414 (Maitland Boulevard) next intersects Eden Park Avenue. Eden Park Road travels north from Lockhart to Forest City. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Sound walls separate Maitland Boulevard from adjacent subdivisions to Lake Bosse. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Traveling by Lake Bosse, motorists along SR 414 east see the first guide sign for SR 434 (Forest City Road). SR 434 follows a circuitous route from Edgewater Drive (CR 424) at Fairview Shores to Forest City, Longwood and Winter Springs before curving southward through Oviedo to its end at University Park (SR 50). Photo taken 02/25/17.
Magnolia Homes Road north intersects Maitland Boulevard opposite the entrance to Lake Lotus Park. Magnolia Homes Road is a north-south arterial between SR 414 (Maitland Boulevard) and Edgewater Drive (Orange County Road 424). Photo taken 02/25/17.
Leaving the intersection with Magnolia Homes Road on SR 414 (Maitland Boulevard) eastbound. Photo taken 02/25/17.
The intersection between SR 414 (Maitland Boulevard) and SR 434 (Forest City Road) was upgraded to a single point urban interchange (SPUI) in 2000. Photo taken 02/25/17.
SR 434 north heads two miles to SR 436 (Semoran Boulevard) in Forest City and southward two miles to Edgewater Drive. Forest City Road was extended south to a flyover linking with SR 423 (John Young Parkway) by 2013. Photo taken 02/25/17.
SR 414 angles southeast from Forest City Road back into Orange County and the city of Maitland. Photo taken 12/21/11.
Maitland Boulevard east to Interstate 4 serves a number of business parks including Maitland Summit Park Place and The Summit. Construction underway through 2018 elevates SR 414 along this stretch to a freeway. Photo taken 02/25/17.
The ensuing signal eastbound on SR 414 is with Keller Road. Keller Road joins Maitland Boulevard with parallel Pembrook Drive west back to SR 434 and south to Kennedy Boulevard and Eatonville. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Approaching Lake Destiny Road and the ramp for Interstate 4 west to Orlando on SR 414 east. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Lake Destiny Road constitutes a west side frontage road for Interstate 4 between Wymore Road in Seminole County and Kennedy Boulevard in Eatonville. Photo taken 02/25/17.
A directional cloverleaf interchange previously joined SR 414 with Interstate 4 near Lake Lucein in Maitland. Ultimate I-4 construction reconfigures the exchange with additional ramps to eliminate traffic signals along Maitland Boulevard. Photo taken 02/25/17.
The signalized left turn for I-4 east to Lake Mary, Sanford and Daytona Beach will be replaced by a left side ramp passing under SR 414 west. Photo taken 02/25/17.
A set of right in right out (RIRO) ramps link Maitland Boulevard east with Sandspur Road. Sandspur Road leads back to Wymore Road, the east side frontage road of I-4. Photo taken 07/13/13.
SR 414 reverts into a controlled access arterial east from the RIRO with Sandspur Road. Photo taken 07/13/13.
The signalized entrance to Maitland Concourse, a retail and office park on the south side of SR 414, follows at Concourse Parkway. Photo taken 07/13/13.
Trailblazers direct motorists east toward U.S. 17/92 on SR 414 between Maitland Concourse and Lake Charity. Photo taken 03/20/08.
County Road 427 (Maitland Avenue) crosses paths with SR 414 (Maitland Boulevard) at the subsequent intersection eastbound. Photo taken 07/13/13.
CR 427 originates from U.S. 17/92 and Downtown Maitland to the south. The route is unmarked south of SR 414. Photo taken 07/13/13.
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Maitland Avenue continues north to Altamonte Springs as Seminole County Road 427. A second branch of CR 427 stems north from SR 436 along Ronald Reagan Boulevard. Photos taken 07/13/13.
SR 414 east ends at a trumpet style interchange with U.S. 17/92 (Orlando Avenue). Photo taken 07/13/13.
The ramp for U.S. 17 south & 92 west to Winter Park becomes Greenwood Drive at Mechanic Street and an at-grade crossing with Sunrail. Photo taken 03/20/08.
Greenwood Drive continues east to a signalized intersection with U.S. 17/92 (Orlando Avenue). Photo taken 03/20/08.
A free flowing ramp shuttles eastbound motorists from SR 414 onto U.S. 17 north & 92 east ahead of Fern Park. Photo taken 07/13/13.
U.S. 17/92 overlap northward from Downtown Orlando and Maitland to Casselberry and Sanford. Photo taken 07/13/13.

Photo Credits:

03/20/08, 12/21/11, 07/13/13, 02/25/17 by AARoads

Connect with:
Interstate 4
U.S. 17
U.S. 92
U.S. 441
State Road 429 - Western Beltway / Apopka Expwy / Wekiva Pkwy
State Road 434

Page Updated 03-05-2018.