State Road 436 East - Seminole County

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Florida State Road 436 East
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SR 436 separates from U.S. 441 (Orange Blossom Trail) southbound at a wye interchange in Apopka. Photos taken 04/26/15.
Semoran Boulevard bee lines eastward from Orange Blossom Trail to Forest City in Seminole County. SR 436 intersects Sheeler Road at the ensuing traffic light. Sheeler Road, a north-south road between Monroe Avenue and Keene Road, links SR 436 west with U.S. 441 south. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Thompson Road stems north from Semoran Boulevard to Welch Road at Wekiwa Springs State Park. Photo taken 04/26/15.
McVilla Avenue and Semoran Commerce Place come together at the succeeding traffic light eastbound from adjacent business parks. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Piedmont Wekiwa Road extends south from Wekiwa Springs Road and SR 436 to U.S. 441 in southeast Apopka. Hiawassee Road continues the boulevard south along a four-lane, divided arterial to Piedmont and Pine Hills west of Orlando. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Line Drive separates Orange and Seminole County lines northward from SR 436 to Lake Mendelin Estates and Sand Lake Road. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Balmy Beach Drive ties into SR 436 from the Bel Aire Hills, Paradise Point and other subdivisions south by Bear Lake. Photo taken 04/26/15.
SR 436 continues through a broad S-curve southward and next intersects South Hunt Club Boulevard north to the Wekiva Club Estates golf course community. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Bear Lake Road runs through residential areas along the east side of Bear Lake southward to SR 414 (Maitland Boulevard) at the southwest corner of Altamonte Springs. Photo taken 04/26/15.
East from Bear Lake Road, SR 436 passes between Forest Lake Academy and Mirror Lake. Post Lake Place intersects the six-lane arterial from Barrington at Mirror Lake apartments across from the school entrance. Photo taken 04/26/15.
West Lake Brantley Road intersects SR 436 south from Sand Lake Road and unincorporated subdivisions across from Academy Drive south to the Pearl Lake Heights neighborhood. Photo taken 04/26/15.
North Pearl Lake Causeway heads north along the Altamonte Springs city line by Pearl Lake to intersect SR 436 across from Willow Avenue. Photo taken 04/26/15.
SR 436 eastbound enters the commercialized area surrounding the intersection with SR 434 at Maple Street. An array of big box retail stores populate the vicinity. Photo taken 04/26/15.
SR 436 east next approaches SR 434 in Altamonte Springs. SR 434 is similar to SR 436, constitutes a circuitous arterial route across the north side of the Orlando metropolitan area. Photo taken 04/26/15.
The western leg of SR 434 leads south from Altamonte Springs to Forest City and John Young Parkway south from Fairview Shores in Orange County. The state road curves northeast by Wekiva Springs to Longwood and Winter Springs, eventually turning back south through Oviedo. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Confirming marker posted east of SR 434 beside Altamonte Crossing shopping center. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Laurel Street runs along the east side of Altamonte Crossing southward to Orange Avenue and West Town Parkway. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Orange Avenue stems east from SR 434 and West Town Corners shopping center to link with SR 436 by the Little Wekiva River. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Weathersfield Avenue connects SR 436 with the Weathersfield community south of the Altamonte Springs city limits. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Montgomery Road comprises a four-lane, divided boulevard north from SR 436 to SR 434 at Wekiva Springs Road. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Lynchfield Avenue intersects SR 436 at the second traffic light for the adjacent Weathersfield community. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Grace Boulevard spurs north from the commercial strip along SR 436 to the Shady Oaks subdivision. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Overheads precede the diamond interchange joining SR 436 with Interstate 4. I-4 Ultimate construction reconfigures the upcoming exchange into a SPUI. Photo taken 04/26/15.
I-4 Ultimate construction along SR 436 elimated the traffic light with Douglas Avenue north and Wymore Road south east of Westmonte Drive. Through traffic on the north-south frontage roads alongside I-4 will be redirected onto Westmonte Drive. Improvements to the intersection with Westmonte Drive started in 2017 include additional turn lanes and capacity. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Improving traffic flow on SR 436, the approaching intersection with Wymore Road south and Douglas Avenue north was reconfigured to use right in, right out (RIRO) movements. The RIRO conversion at Wymore Road-Douglas Avenue took place on July 29, 2018. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Interstate 4 travels south from SR 436 and Altamonte Springs to Maitland, west Winter Park and Downtown Orlando. Photo taken 04/26/15.
SR 436 spans Interstate 4 with eight overall lanes. The freeway north continues from Altamonte Springs to Lake Mary, Sanford and the Volusia County communities of DeBary, Deltona and DeLand. Photo taken 04/26/15.
SR 436 (Altamonte Drive) travels east along a heavily developed commercial corridor three miles to U.S. 17/92 in the city of Casselberry. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Northlake Boulevard intersects SR 436 from the Altamonte Town Center retail area to the north. The boulevard serves an array of offices and apartments to the south along the east side of Interstate 4. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Hattaway Drive north and Festival Drive south come together at the succeeding eastbound signal by the Renaissance Centre retail complex and the Orienta Gardens community along Lake Orienta. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Span-wire signal assemblies were replaced with mast-arms at both Hattaway Drive and Essex Avenue in 2014. Essex Avenue provides the first of two signalized entrances to Altamonte Mall. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Span wire signals remain in operation at the main entrance to Altamonte Mall. The two-story retail center opened on August 1, 1974. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Palm Springs Drive heads north from SR 436 (Altamonte Drive) along the east side of Altamonte Mall to unincorporated areas of Sanlando Springs. The signal mast-arm assemblies here were installed in 2014. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Boston Avenue intersects SR 436 (Altamonte Drive) across from Florida Hospital Altamonte. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Altamonte Drive shifts southward between Lake Adelaide and Orienta and next intersects CR 427 (Maitland Avenue) south. Photo taken 04/26/15.
The southern branch of CR 427 follows Maitland Avenue south 2.9 miles to Downtown Maitland and U.S. 17/92 by Lake Lily Park. Photo taken 04/26/15.
An implied overlap takes CR 427 a half mile east along SR 436 (Altamonte Drive) to Ronald Reagan Boulevard. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Ronald Reagan Boulevard starts as a local road north from Ballard Street at the Altamonte Springs neighborhood southwest of Prairie Lake. North from SR 436, CR 427 overlays the four-lane, divided parkway through Longwood. CR 427 is fairly well marked on the ten-mile course of Ronald Reagan Boulevard north to Sanford Avenue at Sanford. Photo taken 04/26/15.
The signal at Anchor Road represents the western extent of the Casselberry city limits along SR 436. Anchor Road leads north to a pair of commerce parks and the Fern Park Estates community. Photo taken 04/26/15.
SR 436 commences its southeastern turn between Grassy and Pearl Lake. The six-lane arterial enters Casselberry ahead of a single point interchange with U.S. 17 & 92. U.S. 17 & 92 overlap along an equally busy arterial route to SR 436, joining Casselberry with Maitland and Winter Park to the south and Winter Springs and Sanford to the north. Photo taken 04/26/15.
The SPUI with U.S. 17/92 cost $21 million to build and opened to traffic in stages on April 2 and 3, 2015.1 Photo taken 04/26/15.
Continuing southeast from U.S. 17 & 92, SR 436 (Semoran Boulevard) navigates through a commercial strip between Oxford Commons and Casselberry Exchange retail plazas. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Oxford Road intersects Semoran Boulevard by additional retail areas southwest from Sunset Drive and the Casselberry Golf Club community. Photo taken 03/22/14.
Fern Park Boulevard angles southwest to apartments and Oxford Road from the succeeding signal on SR 436 east. Photo taken 03/22/14.
Wilshire Boulevard east and Wilshire Drive come together at this signal with SR 436 from the Coach Light Estates subdivision and other neighborhoods in south Casselberry. Photo taken 03/22/14.
Curving southward, SR 436 (Semoran Boulevard) next approaches the two-lane flyover to Red Bug Lake Road east. Photo taken 03/22/14.
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Traffic for Red Bug Lake Road east separates ahead of the signal with Kewannee Trail south and Casselberry Square Shopping Center. Photo taken 04/26/15. Second photo taken 03/22/14.
Construction for the Red Bug Lake Road flyover took place from October 2011 to February 5, 2014. Widening of SR 436 (Semoran Boulevard) here and the new span cost $24.5 million.2 Photo taken 03/22/14.
A second access point for Red Bug Lake Road follows at a protected left-turn for adjacent businesses and Kewannee Trail. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Heading south from Red Bug Lake Road, SR 436 (Semoran Boulevard) intersects Sausalito Boulevard east to the Sausalito subdivisions on Lake Howell. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Lake Howell Road branches southward from Semoran Boulevard to the Forest Brook neighborhoods and Brittany Gardens in south Casselberry. The through road extends south to Lakemont Avenue in Winter Park. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Advancing southeast through Casselberry with six overall lanes, the next signal along Semoran Boulevard is with Lake Howell Lane. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Howell Branch Road constitutes a major arterial route winding east from SR 436 in Casselberry to Goldenrod and SR 426 (Aloma Avenue). Howell Branch Road west leads to Horatio Avenue and Downtown Maitland. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Winter Woods Boulevard ties into Semoran Boulevard from the Winter Woods subdivisions to the west. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Casselton Drive wraps around the back side of commercial centers along SR 436 east from the Villas of Casselberry town home community. Photo taken 04/26/15.
SR 436 (Semoran Boulevard) reenters Orange County just south of Casselton Drive. Photo taken 04/26/15.


 

Sources:

  1. "Ribbon Cutting Monday for New US 17-92 Flyover." WMFE, April 6, 2015.
  2. "$25 million Casselberry flyover opens at S.R. 436, Red Bug Lake Road." Orlando Sentinel (FL), February 5, 2014.


Photo Credits:

03/22/14, 04/26/15 by AARoads

Connect with:
Interstate 4
U.S. 17
U.S. 92
State Road 434

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