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Volusia County Road 415 South
Confirming marker posted along CR 415 (Tomoka Farms Road) south after U.S. 92 (International Speedway Boulevard) and Bellevue Avenue (CR 4068) outside Daytona Beach. Photo taken 06/19/08.
Tomoka Farms travels through a relatively rural area on its southward approach to western Port Orange. Volusia County Road 415 passes over Interstate 4 along the drive. Photo taken 06/19/08.
CR 421 extends southwest along Taylor Road from SR 421 and Interstate 95 in Port Orange to a rural end at Tomoka Farms Road. Photo taken 06/19/08.
Taylor Road continues west to Guava Drive while CR 421 begins its 2.89-mile drive to CR 4009 (Williamson Boulevard) and SR 421. SR 421 (Dunlawton Avenue) connects Interstate 95 with U.S. 1 and SR A1A. Photo taken 06/19/08.
Volusia County Road 415 continues south along Tomoka Farms Road through the rural outskirts of Port Orange. Photo taken 08/25/18.
Nearing the intersection with CR 4118 (Pioneer Trail) on CR 415 south. Photo taken 08/25/18.
Volusia County Road 4118 (Pioneer Trail) meanders west to SR 44 toward DeLand and east into New Smyrna Beach, ending at SR 44 Business (Canal Street). Photo taken 08/25/18.
Leaving the intersection with Pioneer Trail on Tomoka Farms Road south, another CR 415 pentagon is posted. Photo taken 08/25/18.
10.9 miles south of U.S. 92, CR 415 (Tomoka Farms Road) intersects SR 44 by New Smyrna Speedway. Photo taken 08/25/18.
SR 44 represents the main route between New Smyrna Beach and the coast and the Volusia County seat of DeLand. Photo taken 08/25/18.
SR 44 ends in Downtown New Smyrna Beach at U.S. 1 & SR A1A (South Causeway) to the east and at U.S. 19 & 98 in Crystal River to the west. Photo taken 08/25/18.
SR 44 also has interchanges with Interstate 95 and 4 within Volusia County. Photo taken 08/25/18.
Florida State Road 415 South
Volusia County Road 415 upgrades to SR 415, an 18.6 mile route south from SR 44 to 46. Photo taken 08/25/18.
The SR 415 destinations of Osteen and Sanford are highlighted on this freeway style mileage sign south of SR 44 and CR 415. Photo taken 08/25/18.
SR 415 traverses rural woodland leading southwest from SR 44 and County Road 415. Photo taken 08/25/18.
Lake Ashby Road loops south and east from SR 415 to the Lake Ashby area at Alamana. Photo taken 08/25/18.
SR 415 crosses a mix of ranch and timberland southwest of Deep Creek. Photo taken 08/25/18.
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A three section project expanded SR 415 to a four-lane, urban arterial from Acorn Lake Road south to SR 46 in Seminole County. The project ran from July 2012 to Spring 2016. Photos taken 08/25/18.
SR 415 skims the eastern reaches of incorporated Deltona. Photo taken 08/25/18.
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Volusia County Road 4145 (Howland Boulevard) provides the second of three routes into Deltona from SR 415 south. Fort Smith Boulevard is the first. Photos taken 08/25/18.
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SR 415 south at CR 4145 (Howland Boulevard) north. Howland Boulevard weaves northwest 8.6 miles to SR 472 at Interstate 4. Photos taken 08/25/18.
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SR 415 continues south two miles to Osteen and Volusia County Road 4162. Photos taken 08/25/18.
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County Road 4162 spurs west from SR 415 through south Deltona along Doyle Road. Photos taken 08/25/18.
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Doyle Road (CR 4162) west becomes DeBary Avenue through the Lake Monroe community of Enterprise. County Road 4162 also meets Interstate 4 (Exit 108) along its 10.2-mile course. Photos taken 08/25/18.
The East Central Regional Rail Trail spans SR 415 south of Doyle Road. Built by Volusia County, the multi use path extends west to Green Springs Park and the Spring-to-Spring Trail and east 2.74 miles to Guise Road. Long range plans outline extending the trail system to Edgewater and Titusville. Photo taken 08/25/18.
The River of Lakes Heritage Corridor scenic byway both crosses SR 415 along Railroad Avenue and Enterprise Osteen Road, and overlays the state road southwest to CR 415 in Sanford. Comprising a system of 156 miles of roadways, the scenic highway extends east along Osteen Maytown Road to Maytown and ultimately Oak Hill. Photo taken 08/25/18.
Sanford is now eight miles south via SR 415 to SR 46 west. Much of the road to the Sanford County line is surrounded by wetlands associated with the St. Johns River. Photo taken 08/25/18.
Reassurance marker along SR 415 south at Thompson Avenue in Osteen. Photo taken 08/25/18.
A freeway style sound wall lines the west side of SR 415 at the Kove Estates Mobile Home Community. This was added by 2013 during expansion of the state road. Photo taken 08/25/18.
Advancing southwest, SR 415 approaches Beck Ranch Park and Reed Ellis Road northwest toward Enterprise. Photo taken 08/25/18.
SR 415 transitions into a rural highway beyond Reed Ellis Road. Photo taken 08/25/18.
SR 415 spans a flood relief bridge across wetland areas between the Brickyard Slough and Kratzert Tracts in Lake Monroe Conservation Area. Photo taken 08/25/18.
The speed limit reduces to 45 miles per hour as SR 415 curves southwest to cross the St. Johns River. Photo taken 08/25/18.
A new southbound span across the St. Johns River for SR 415 was completed in 2015 and built along the west side of the 1977-built Douglas Stenstrom Bridge. The old bridge now carries northbound traffic. Photo taken 08/25/18.
The St. Johns River separates Volusia and Seminole Counties as it flows northwesterly from Lake Harney to Lake Monroe. Photo taken 08/25/18.
Crossing the St. Johns River and its associated bayou on the Douglas Stenstrom Bridge southbound. The span measures 2,231 feet in length. It provides 27.9 feet of vertical clearance above the navigation channel.1 Photo taken 08/25/18.
Immediately south of the St. Johns River is the east end of Seminole County Road 415 (Celery Avenue). Heading westward to Sanford Avenue in central Sanford, Celery Avenue is the historic alignment of SR 415. Photo taken 08/25/18.
Construction of the new southbound span across the St. Johns River included a realignment of CR 415 further away from the Douglas Stenstrom Bridge. CR 415 stretches four miles across Sanford, linking with U.S. 17/92 & SR 46 along French Avenue at its west end. Photo taken 08/25/18.
The last confirming marker for SR 415 south stands along the 0.75 mile stretch between CR 415 (Celery Avenue) and SR 46. Suburban development lines both sides of the arterial. Photo taken 08/25/18.
Upcoming State Road 46 represents the primary route between Sanford and Seminole County east to Brevard County and the Space Coast. Photo taken 08/25/18.
SR 46 ventures 23.6 miles east from SR 415 to meet Interstate 95 at the unincorporated community of Mims. Photo taken 08/25/18.
Construction underway from May 2016 to Summer 2019 widens SR 46 west from SR 415 to Mellonville Road. This project completes four-laning along the state road west to U.S. 17/92 (French Avenue) in Sanford. Extending south from SR 415 is Lake Mary Boulevard, a four-lane parkway encircling Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB) to south Sanford. Photo taken 08/25/18.

Photo Credits:

06/19/08, 08/25/18 by AARoads

Connect with:
State Road 44
State Road 46
Seminole County Road 415 - 13th St / Celery Ave

Page Updated 10-26-2018.

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