SR 482 (Sand Lake Road) east at SR 527 north / CR 527 (Orange Avenue) south at Pine Castle. Photo taken May 5, 2018.

Florida 482 follows Sand Lake Road east from Interstate 4 at Dr. Phillips to Florida 527 (Orange Avenue) at Pine Castle. McCoy Road continues the state road east to Belle Isle and Florida 528 (Beachline Expressway) at Boggy Creek Road. Sand Lake Road represents the original alignment of Florida 528 before construction of the western extension of the Bee Line Expressway to I-4.

Florida 482 Highway Guides

Construction underway in fall 2016 widens four miles of SR 482 from four to six lanes. The $75.8 million project upgrades Sand Lake Road east from International Drive to the overpasses across Florida's Turnpike. Split into three sections, work adds a grade separation with John Young Parkway and ramps to replace the current signalized intersection between the two arterials. Estimated completion for the overall project is spring 2020.1

I-4 / SR 482 DDI Rendering

The I-4 Beyond the Ultimate Project will extend the tolled Express Lanes southward from Kirkman Road to SR 528 (Beachline Expressway). Included in the $800 million project is conversion of the parclo with Sand Lake Road into a diverging diamond interchange (DDI), with the loop ramp from SR 482 west to I-4 west realigned to instead connect with Turkey Lake Road. Project letting is anticipated for July 8, 2019.



Sources:

  1. Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) Sand Lake Road (SR 482) Widening Project. FDOT Project Flier, October 4, 2016.

    Connect with:
    Interstate 4
    U.S. 17
    U.S. 92
    U.S. 441
    Florida 435 - Kirkman Road
    Florida 527
    Florida 528 - Martin Andersen Beachline Expressway
    Orange County 423 - John Young Parkway

    Page Updated 06-02-2018.