State Road 580 West - Pinellas County

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Florida State Road 580 West
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SR 580 crosses both the Pinellas County and Oldsmar city line at Race Track Road. Photos taken 01/14/16.
A former alignment of SR 580, St. Petersburg Drive loops south of SR 580 through Oldsmar. Photo taken 01/14/16.
Reassurance marker posted west of St. Petersburg Drive. St. Petersburg Drive was redesignated as SR 580A for a period time after the arterial bypass for SR 580 opened to the north. Photo taken 04/14/20.
SR 580 splits with SR 584 (Tampa Road) west to Safety Harbor. Tampa Road extends the six lane arterial west to Curlew Road (SR 586) in north Oldsmar. Photo taken 04/14/20.
SR 584 lines Tampa Road for 2.08 miles between SR 580 and SR 586 (Curlew Road) at CR 752. CR 752 continues Tampa Road west to Palm Harbor while Curley Road leads into northern reaches of Dunedin. Photo taken 04/14/20.
A CSX Railroad line crosses Tampa Road at the wye intersection of SR 580/584. Photo taken 01/14/16.
Overtaking State Street west from Oldsmar city hall, SR 580 parallels a CSX Railroad line over the ensuing stretch. Photo taken 01/14/16.
Bayview Boulevard stems south from SR 584 (Tampa Road) to Shore Drive West at R.E. Olds Park on Safety Harbor. Photo taken 01/14/16.
St. Petersburg Drive (old SR 580A) returns to SR 580 (State Street) opposite Forest Lakes Boulevard north. Forest Lakes Boulevard winds northeast to Race Track Road and Linebaugh Avenue at Westchase in Hillsborough County. Photo taken 01/14/16.
State Road 580 proceeds southwest from State Street across Moccasin Creek. Photo taken 04/20/19.
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Dedicated as the Gold Star Family Memorial Bridge, the State Road 580 span across the waters of Safety Harbor was completed in 1988. The westbound span measures 2,052 feet in length with a vertical clearance of 23 feet.1 Photos taken 04/20/19.
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Curving west into the city of Safety Harbor, SR 580 approaches the north end of SR 590 (Phillippe Parkway). Photos taken 04/20/19.
The northern segment of SR 590 follows Philippe Parkway 1.6 miles south to Enterprise Road and Philippe Park, where city maintenance takes over to Downtown Safety Harbor. The southern section of SR 580 leads 6.8 miles west from 10th Avenue S to Coachman and Clearwater. Photo taken 01/14/16.
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Continuing west from SR 590, SR 580 travels six more miles to U.S. 19 Alternate (Broadway) at the Dunedin city center. Photo taken 01/14/16. Second photo taken 04/20/19.
A second reassurance marker stands along SR 580 westbound in Safety Harbor ahead of Bay Hills Boulevard south. Photo taken 01/14/16.
Angling a half mile southward, SR 580 straddles the Clearwater city line to County Road 611 (McMullen-Booth Road). Photo taken 01/14/16.
CR 611 (McMullen-Booth Road) constitutes a one of the two main arterial routes connecting Clearwater with Pasco County to the north. Heading south along the Safety Harbor city line, CR 611 leads to the Bayside Bridge and St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport (PIE). Photo taken 01/14/16.
Confirming marker posted after CR 611 (McMullen Booth Road). Photo taken 01/14/16.
Charles Street intersects SR 580 across from Countryside High School. Photo taken 01/14/16.
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Resuming a westward course, SR 580 intersects Landmark Drive, a residential boulevard north to SR 586 (Curlew Road) and south to Chautaqua Park East. Photos taken 01/14/16.
Countryside Boulevard winds south from Countryside Country Club to SR 580 and west to Westfield Countryside Mall. Photo taken 01/14/16.
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SR 580 runs along the north side of Westfield Countryside Mall between Countryside Boulevard and U.S. 19. Photos taken 01/14/16.
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A single point urban interchange (SPUI) joins SR 580 with U.S. 19 just beyond Countryside mall. U.S. 19 constitutes an urban freeway with frontage roads north to Evans Road at Palm Harbor and south to Pinellas Park. Photos taken 01/14/16.
Following the west side frontage road for U.S. 19 to the southbound entrance ramp for Largo, Pinellas Park and St. Petersburg. Photo taken 01/14/16.
SR 580 straddles the Clearwater / Dunedin city line west to Belcher Road. Photo taken 08/15/15.
Approaching Pinellas County Road 501 (Belcher Road) on SR 580 (Main Street) west. Belcher Road represents a four to six lane boulevard paralleling U.S. 19 between Pinellas Park and Tarpon Springs. Photo taken 08/15/15.
Belcher Road (CR 501) travels north to Pinellas County Road 880 (Klosterman Road) at Tarpon Springs. Photo taken 08/15/15.
Westbound reassurance marker posted for SR 580 (Main Street) beyond Belcher Road. The six lane arterial straddles the city line for another 0.4 miles before fully entering Dunedin. Photo taken 01/02/06.
The next traffic light operates on SR 580 (Main Street) west at Overcash Road, a residential through road leading north to Sourwood Boulevard in east Dunedin. Photo taken 01/02/06.
Virginia Street and Sunlight Drive come together at SR 580 (Main Street). Virginia Street ventures south and west to become CR 632 west of Keene Road. Sunlight Drive serves the adjacent Amberlea subdivision. Photo taken 01/02/06.
County Road 1 constitutes three segments through Pinellas County. SR 580 meets the south end of the north section along Keene Road and Omaha Street. CR 1 leads to CR 776 (Nebraska Avenue) in Palm Harbor. The portion of CR 1 between nearby San Christopher Drive and Nebraska Avenue was U.S. 19 to the 1940s. Photo taken 01/02/06.
Keene Road continues south from SR 580 (Main Street) to Virginia Street (CR 632), where CR 1 resumes its southward course. Keene Road continues south into Clearwater with CR 1 ending at Flagler Drive. The county road's southern segment follows Keene and Starkey Roads beyond SR 60 (Gulf to Bay Boulevard). Photo taken 01/02/06.
West of Keene Road is the signalized intersection with Pinehurst Road north and Crosley Drive south. Pinehurst joins SR 580 with Michigan Boulevard in north Dunedin; Crosley Drive is a subdivision street. Photo taken 01/02/06.
State Road 580 splits with Main Street at Bass Boulevard for Skinner Boulevard west. Main Street continues southwest into Downtown Dunedin while Bass Boulevard enters from a residential area to the north. Photo taken 01/02/06.
Main Street branches southwest to Virginia Avenue (CR 632) and Downtown as the pre-1989 alignment of State Road 580. Photo taken 01/02/06.
SR 580 veers westward from Main Street with two lanes onto Skinner Boulevard. Mease Dunedin Hospital lies just to the south on Main Street. Photo taken 01/02/06.
SR 580 reassurance marker posted west of the split with Main Street along Skinner Boulevard. Photo taken 01/02/06.
Approaching U.S. 19 Alternate (Broadway) on SR 580 (Skinner Boulevard) west. U.S. 19 Alternate follows Broadway south to Main Street and Edgewater Drive south from Main Street to Clearwater. Photo taken 01/02/06.
End SR 580 shield posted along Skinner Boulevard west at Broadway north of Downtown Dunedin. U.S. 19 Alternate north continues along Broadway to Bayshore Boulevard en route to Ozona and Palm Harbor. Photo taken 01/02/06.

Photo Credits:

01/02/06, 08/15/15, 01/14/16, 04/20/19, 04/14/20 by AARoads

Connect with:
U.S. 19
U.S. 19 Alternate
State Road 584 - Tampa Road
State Road 590
County Road 611

Page Updated 04-15-2020.