State Road 436 West - Seminole County

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Florida State Road 436 West
Lake Howell Road converges with SR 436 (Semoran Boulevard) north near Lake Howell in the city of Casselberry. Photo taken 07/13/13.
Sausalito Boulevard connects Semoran Boulevard with the Sausalito neighborhood on Lake Howell from this signal on SR 436. Photo taken 07/13/13.
SR 436 starts its northwestern turn to Altamonte Springs ahead of Red Bug Lake Road. Red Bug Lake Road leads east from Semoran Boulevard to connect Casselberry with the city of Oviedo at SR 417 (Seminole Expressway). Photo taken 07/13/13.
A two-lane flyover provides free flowing access from SR 436 (Semoran Boulevard) south to Red Bug Lake Road east. Costing $24.5 million, construction on the overpass and adjacent widening of SR 436, Red Bug Lake Road and Winter Park Drive, ran from October 2011 to February 5, 2014.1 Photo taken 07/13/13.
Winter Park Drive branches north from Semoran Boulevard and Red Bug Lake Road through Castleberry to SR 434 on the Winter Springs city line. Photo taken 07/13/13.
SR 436 continues with four northbound lanes from Red Bug Lake Road to Wilshire Drive. Kewannee Trail ties into the commercial arterial from the Indian Hills community to the southwest. Photo taken 07/13/13.
Wilshire Drive west and Wilshire Boulevard east come together from residential areas at SR 436 (Semoran Boulevard). Photo taken 07/13/13.
Oxford Road stems north from Derbyshire Road in unincorporated Seminole County to enter Casselberry amid several shopping centers at SR 436 (Semoran Boulevard). Photo taken 07/13/13.
SR 436 (Semoran Boulevard) meets U.S. 17/92 at a grade separated interchange just beyond the Shoppes at Fern Park and the Casselberry Exchange retail centers. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Construction of the $21 million flyover and single point urban interchange with U.S. 17-92 and SR 436 was completed in spring 2015. A ribbon cutting ceremony for the project was held on April 6.2
U.S. 17/92 combine northward as the main arterial route from SR 436 to Winter Springs, Lake Mary and Sanford. Angling southwest from Casselberry, U.S. 17/92 pass through unincorporated Fern Park to Maitland in Orange County. Photo taken 04/26/15.
West from U.S. 17/92, SR 436 (Altamonte Drive) leaves the city of Casselberry and enters the city of Altamonte Springs en route to Interstate 4. Photo taken 04/26/15.
SR 436 makes a subtle S-curve between Pearl and Grassy Lakes as it turns westward with six overall lanes. Photo taken 03/22/14.
Anchor Road heads north from the succeeding westbound signal on SR 436 to Sunnytown Park, industrial areas in west Casselberry and Plumosa Avenue west to CR 427 (Ronald Reagan Boulevard). Photo taken 04/26/15.
County Road 427 follows Ronald Reagan Boulevard, a four-lane parkway, north from SR 436 (Altamonte Drive) to Longwood, Lake Mary and Sanford. Photo taken 03/13/08.
CR 427 dog legs a half mile west along Altamonte Drive to connect with Maitland Avenue south. Photo taken 03/13/08.
Maitland Avenue extends CR 427 south from SR 436 and Altamonte Springs to SR 414 and Downtown Maitland. Photo taken 03/13/08.
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Altamonte Drive shifts slightly northward from Maitland Avenue to Florida Hospital Altamonte and Altamonte Mall. Photos taken 03/13/08.
Palm Springs Drive runs along the east side of Altamonte Mall as a through road north from SR 436 to Sanlando Springs and SR 434 at Longwood. Photo taken 03/13/08.
Succeeding traffic lights connect SR 436 (Altamonte Drive) with Altamonte Mall west of Palm Springs Drive. Photo taken 03/13/08.
SR 436 shifts southward by the Renaissance Centre retail area and intersects Festival Drive north and Hattaway Drive south. Photo taken 03/13/08.
Overheads for the upcoming exchange with Interstate 4 precede the intersection with Cranes Roose Boulevard north and Northlake Boulevard south to additional retail plazas. Photo taken 03/13/08.
Westbound SR 436 (Altamonte Drive) reaches the on-ramp for Interstate 4 east to Lake Mary, Sanford, DeLand and Daytona Beach. Photo taken 03/13/08.
The I-4 Ultimate construction project converts the congested exchange with SR 436 into a single point urban interchange. Work also adds a fourth westbound lane for Altamonte Drive. Photo taken 03/13/08.
SR 436 (Semoran Boulevard) travels west of Interstate 4 to SR 434 with eight overall lanes. Pictured here are signalized intersections with Grace Boulevard, Lynchfield Avenue south and Frances Drive north. Photo taken 04/29/08.
SR 436 (Semoran Boulevard) curves northwest from Orange Avenue through the intersection with Laurel Street south and San Sebastian Prado north. Photo taken 07/13/13.
SR 434 is a 28.5 mile long circuitous route arcing northeast from Altamonte Springs to Wekiva, Longwood and Winter Springs. Photo taken 07/13/13.
SR 434 travels south as a six-lane arterial to SR 414 (Maitland Boulevard) on the Orange County line. Forest City Road extends the state road to Fairview Shores and John Young Parkway in north Orlando. Photo taken 07/13/13.

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

Photo Credits:

03/13/08, 04/29/08, 07/13/13, 03/22/14, 04/26/15 by AARoads

Connect with:
Interstate 4
U.S. 17
U.S. 92
U.S. 441
State Road 434

Page Updated 03-23-2018.