State Road 472

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Florida State Road 472 constitutes a 3.41 mile multilane connector from U.S. 17 & 92 (Woodland Boulevard) south of DeLand to Interstate 4 and County Road 4145 (Howland Boulevard) at northwest Deltona. The state road was slightly extended with the conversion of the trumpet interchange at I-4 to connect with Howland Boulevard to the east.

SR 472 east
SR 472 begins at a trumpet interchange midway between Orange City and DeLand along U.S. 17/92 (Woodland Boulevard). Photo taken 05/15/08.
Drivers along SR 472 quickly turn easterly and pass over U.S. 17/92 (Woodland Boulevard). Photo taken 05/15/08.
The state road widens to a four-lane, controlled access expressway with a grassy median. Photo taken 05/15/08.
A handful of at-grade intersections lie along SR 472, including ones with Minnesota Avenue and Durfey Avenue south. Photo taken 05/15/08.
Volusia County Road 4101 (Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Beltway) ties into SR 472 as the DeLand bypass. The county road provides connections to Volusia County Road 4139 one half mile to the north for Cassadaga. Photo taken 05/15/08.
Kentucky Avenue extends CR 4101 south from SR 472 to CR 4145 (Graves Avenue) east of Orange City. Photo taken 05/15/08.
A parclo interchange joins SR 472 with Interstate 4, one half mile east of CR 4101. Photo taken 05/15/08.
Interstate 4 enters the Deltona and Orange City area from Daytona Beach to the north and Sanford to the south. Photo taken 05/15/08.
Prior to 2006, SR 472 ended at a trumpet interchange with Interstate 4. The state road continues south onto Howland Boulevard to conclude nearby at CR 4145 (Graves Avenue) in northwest Deltona. Photo taken 05/15/08.
SR 472 west
The first reassurance marker for SR 472 west stands beyond the turn of CR 4145 west onto Graves Avenue. Photo taken 12/30/06.
Howland Boulevard extends north from CR 4145 (Graves Avenue) to a parclo interchange with Interstate 4. Photo taken 12/30/06.
Construction to reconfigure the trumpet interchange at the east end of SR 472 wrapped up in 2007. Photo taken 12/30/06.
Interstate 4 heads northeast from Deltona between DeLand and Lake Helen en route to I-95 at Daytona Beach. Photo taken 12/30/06.
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Spanning Interstate 4, motorists along SR 472 west approach the left turn for Interstate 4 west to Sanford and Orlando. Photos taken 12/30/06.
Reassurance marker for SR 472 west posted beyond the exchange with I-4. Photo taken 12/30/06.
The initial stretch of SR 472 beyond I-4 is rural. Trailblazers appear for U.S. 17/92, which lead north from Orange City to Downtown DeLand. Photo taken 12/30/06.
SR 472 next approaches Volusia County Road 4101 (Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard). A guide sign for the arterial beltway references the connection with CR 4139 (old SR 430A) east to Cassadaga. Photo taken 12/30/06.
County Road 4101 travels 0.75 miles south from SR 472 along Kentucky Avenue to County Road 4145 (Graves Avenue). Photo taken 12/30/06.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard passes through southeast DeLand to Kepler Road and SR 44 near Lake Winnemisett. Kepler Road extends CR 4101 north to U.S. 92 (International Speedway Boulevard) near DeLand Municipal Airport (DED). Photo taken 12/30/06.
SR 472 advances northwest uninterrupted from CR 4101 to Minnesota Avenue. Photo taken 02/17/08.
Turning west after Minnesota Avenue, SR 472 approaches the trumpet interchange with U.S. 17/92 (Woodland Boulevard). Photo taken 02/17/08.
Traffic separates into single lane ramps for U.S. 17/92 (Woodland Boulevard) north into DeLand and south to Orange City and French Avenue west to Blue Springs State Park. Photo taken 02/17/08.

Photo Credits:

12/30/06, 02/17/08, 05/15/08 by AARoads

Connect with:
Interstate 4
U.S. 17
U.S. 92
Volusia County Road 4101
Volusia County Road 4139
County Road 4145 - Graves Avenue / Howland Boulevard

Page Updated 10-05-2017.

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