State Road 429 South - Mt. Plymouth to Ocoee

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Florida State Road 429 South
SR 429 south begins along Wekiva Parkway Section 4B from an at-grade intersection with SR 46 near Mt. Plymouth. Photo taken 09/02/19.
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A diamond interchange will be completed as part of Section 5 to realign County Road 46A south to SR 429 at Exit 44. Work on the Florida's Turnpike Enterprise (FTE) project started on June 5, 2017 and runs through late 2019. Photos taken 02/27/16.
Speed limits increase to 65 miles per hour as SR 429 leaves the future ramps with CR 46A west. Photo taken 02/27/16.
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Tolls along Wekiva Parkway are collected electronically through EPass, Sunpass and Toll-by-plate. This AET gantry south of SR 46 is operated by Florida's Turnpike Enterprise. Photos taken 09/02/19.
Continuing south from the toll collection point, SR 429 spans an area of wetlands. Photo taken 02/27/16.
Wekiva Parkway curves southwest into northern Orange County. Photo taken 09/02/19.
Prior to March 31, 2018, a temporary ramp joined Wekiva Parkway Section 4A with County Road 435 (Mount Plymouth Road). This connection was removed after the Central Florida Expressway Authority (CFX) maintained Section 2A opened west to SR 453 (Exit 39). Photo taken 09/02/19.
The Central Florida Expressway Authority joined the E-ZPass toll collection network on September 1, 2018. Georgia Peach Pass and NC Quick Pass were previously accepted on CFX maintained toll roads. Photo taken 09/02/19.
Progressing west from the CR 435 (Mt. Plymouth Road) underpass, motorists on SR 429 (Wekiva Parkway) enter a systems interchange (Exit 39) with SR 453 (Mt. Dora Connector) north in 1.75 miles. Photo taken 09/02/19.
SR 453 comprises a three-mile freeway spur linking SR 429 with SR 46 west to U.S. 441 in Mt. Dora. U.S. 441 encircles Mt. Dora north and west to Eustis and Tavares. Photo taken 09/02/19.
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The first of two CFX toll collection points along Wekiva Parkway southbound precedes Exit 39. Photos taken 09/02/19.
The Mt. Dora Connector was constructed as part of Sections 2A, 2B, and 2C of Wekiva Parkway. It opened on March 31, 2018 at 2 PM along with SR 429 south to Kelly Park Road (Exit 38). Photo taken 09/02/19.
SR 429 south partitions with the two-lane ramp (Exit 39) for SR 453 north to Mt. Dora and Sorrento as Wekiva Parkway turns southward to parallel CR 437 (Plymouth Sorrento Road). Photo taken 09/02/19.
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Navigating through the three-wye interchange (Exit 39) with SR 453, motorists on SR 429 advance one mile south to Kelly Park Road. Photos taken 09/02/19.
The entrance ramp from SR 453 expands SR 429 to four southbound lanes to the parclo interchange (Exit 38) with Kelly Park Road. Photo taken 09/02/19.
Kelly Park Road extends west from Exit 38 to Round Lake Road and east across north Apopka to CR 435 (Mt. Plymouth Road) and Kelly Park / Rock Springs. Photo taken 09/02/19.
CR 437 (Plymouth Sorrento Road) intersects Kelly Park Road just east of Wekiva Parkway. The CR 437 trailblazer posted at the Exit 38 ramp end previously referenced Kelly Park Road westbound incorrectly. Photo taken 09/02/19.
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Wekiva Parkway Sections 1B and 1A extend south from Kelly Park Road to U.S. 441 and CR 437 in Apopka. These segments opened simultaneously on July 27, 2017. Photo taken 09/02/19. Second photo taken 09/03/17.
Progressing south Wekiva Parkway passes through portions of the Apopka city limits. Photo taken 09/03/17.
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The Ponkan Mainline Toll collection point lies south of the Ponkan Road underpass along SR 429. Photo taken 09/03/17. Second photo taken 09/02/19. Third photo taken 09/02/19.
SR 429 Connector Road joins the south end of Wekiva Parkway with U.S. 441 (Orange Blossom Trail) and Orange County Road 437 (Plymouth Sorrento Road) in one mile. Photo taken 09/02/19.
Orange Blossom Trail (OBT) leads southeast from Exit 34 to Plymouth and Downtown Apopka. Photo taken 09/03/17.
One half mile north of Exit 34 at the Belgian Street overpass on SR 429 south. U.S. 441 (OBT) travels southeast from Mt. Dora and Zellwood to Hiawassee and Orlando. Photo taken 09/02/19.
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Entering the single point urban interchange (SPUI) with SR 429 Connector Road on SR 429 (Wekiva Parkway) south. Photo taken 09/02/19. Second photo taken 09/03/17.
Florida State Road 414 East Florida State Road 429 South
Wekiva Parkway ends as SR 414 / John Land Apopka Expressway begins across U.S. 441 (OBT). Photo taken 09/02/19.
SR 414 east accompanies SR 429 south along the Apopka Expressway for three miles. Photo taken 09/02/19.
SR 429 branches south from the Apopka Expressway (SR 414) two miles from the Lust Road underpass. Photo taken 09/02/19.
The first in a series of Arrow-Per-Lane (APL) signs outlines the forthcoming three-wye interchange (Exit 30) with the Daniel Webster Western Beltway south. Photo taken 09/02/19.
Traveling south from Apopka, the Western Beltway heads to Ocoee and Winter Garden. Photo taken 02/27/16.
SR 414 continues east along the tolled John Land Apopka Expressway through south Apopka to Piedmont, Hiawassee and U.S. 441. Photo taken 09/02/19.
Southbound at the Exit 30 split with SR 414 east. SR 414 extends east from U.S. 441 (OBT) along Maitland Boulevard, a varying arterial and expressway to I-4 and U.S. 17/92 in Maitland. Photo taken 09/02/19.
Florida State Road 429 South
County Road 437A (Ocoee Apopka Road) heads south from central Apopka to cross paths with SR 429 (Western Beltway) at Exit 29. Photo taken 02/27/16.
A flyover ramp connects SR 414 west and SR 451, the northern spur of the Western Beltway, with SR 429 south just ahead of the diamond interchange (Exit 29) with CR 437A (Ocoee-Apopka Road). Photo taken 02/27/16.
Back to back lane drops take place along SR 429 south at Exit 29. Photo taken 09/02/19.
Construction for the Apopka Expressway included realigning the Western Beltway to their exchange at Harmon Road. A portion of the original Western Beltway, including a diamond interchange with CR 437A, was demolished during construction. Photo taken 09/02/19.
CR 437A (Ocoee-Apopka Road) travels west from Exit 29 to the Paradise Heights community and suburban areas of north Ocoee. Photo taken 09/02/19.
Ocoee and Winter Garden lie opposite one another along SR 50 (West Colonial Drive) within the next seven miles. The 18 miles to Downtown Orlando references Florida's Turnpike south to SR 408 east. Photo taken 09/02/19.
The Western Beltway continues another 23 miles within Orange County to U.S. 192. Photo taken 09/02/19.
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Approaching the Forest Lake Mainline Toll Plaza along SR 429 south. Photos taken 09/02/19.
SR 429 crosses over McCormick Road one mile ahead of the diamond interchange (Exit 26) with West and Clarcona-Ocoee Roads. Photo taken 09/02/19.
Two lanes partition at the Forest Lake Mainline Toll Plaza for both the EPass / Sunpass lanes and toll booths offering cash transactions. Photo taken 09/02/19.
Crossing into the Ocoee city limits, SR 429 advances south through the Forest Lake Golf Course to Exit 26. Photo taken 09/02/19.
West Road links SR 429 with County Road 437A (Ocoee-Apopka Road) at Ocoee Crown Point Parkway. The county road switches sides with the Western Beltway south to the Ocoee city center. Photo taken 09/02/19.
Construction in 2010-13 both realigned and expanded Clarcona Ocoee Road into a multi-lane arterial east from SR 429 to Clarcona and Hiawassee. Photo taken 09/02/19.
Mileage sign posted 87 miles from Tampa via SR 429 south and Interstate 4 west. Photo taken 09/02/19.
Confirming marker for SR 429 south posted at the Ocoee-Apopka Road underpass. Photo taken 09/02/19.
Turning south, the Western Beltway parallels the Winter Garden city line to a parclo interchange (Exit 24) with SR 438 (Plant / Franklin Streets). Photo taken 09/02/19.
Three successive off-ramps depart over the course of 1.5 miles starting with Exit 24 for SR 438 (Franklin Street) east into Ocoee. Development of Park @ 429 broke ground in May 2017 on a 45.5 acre vacant site between SR 429 and Crown Point Road. The industrial park houses five warehouse / distribution buildings with 613,400 square feet of space.1 Photo taken 09/02/19.
SR 438 (Plant Street) west to Downtown Winter Garden and the town of Oakland was turned over from state maintenance. The state road remains posted east to U.S. 441 (OBT) through Ocoee, Pine Hills and northwest Orlando. Photo taken 09/02/19.
Continuing south, SR 429 (Western Beltway) separates Ocoee and Winter Garden to the diamond interchange (Exit 23) with SR 50 (West Colonial Drive). Visible along the east side of SR 429 here is the 652,696 square foot, Distribution 429 industrial park. Construction at the 43.9 acre site got underway in May 2018.2 Photo taken 09/02/19.
SR 50 represents a cross-peninsula route between Weeki Wachee and Brooksville to the west and Orlando and Titusville to the east. Through Orlando, the state road follows Colonial Drive, a slow moving commercial arterial. Florida's Turnpike parallels SR 50 west to Oakland and east Clermont. Photo taken 09/02/19.
The Western Beltway navigates through an S-curve south from a railroad underpass to Story Road. Photo taken 09/02/19.
Florida's Turnpike south connects the Western Beltway with SR 408 (East-West Expressway) across the city of Orlando. Photo taken 09/02/19.
Exit 22 departs from SR 429 south for SR 50 (West Colonial Drive) to Winter Garden, Ocoee and Pine Hills. Photo taken 09/02/19.

  1. "Construction to start on Ocoee industrial park." Orlando Business Journal (FL), April 25, 2017.
  2. "McCraney plans large industrial park in Ocoee." West Orange Times & Observer (Winter Garden, FL), May 16, 2018.

Photo Credits:

02/27/16, 09/03/17, 09/02/19 by AARoads

Connect with:
U.S. 441
State Road 50
State Road 414 - Apopka Expressway / Maitland Boulevard
State Road 453 - Mount Dora Connector

Page Updated 09-05-2019.

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