State Road 586 - Curlew Road

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SR 586 follows Curlew Road across the city of Dunedin, unincorporated Curlew and along the north Clearwater city line. Traveling 5.332 miles overall, the state road originates at U.S. 19 Business (Bayshore Boulevard) and Causeway Boulevard (CR 586) to the west. The state road follows a three-lane boulevard east along Curlew Creek to CR 1 (Omaha Street), where it expands into a divided, four-lane arterial. East from U.S. 19, SR 586 widens again to six lanes, continuing to a wye intersection with Tampa Road (CR 752 west / SR 584 east) in the city of Oldsmar.

Construction (Project 256774-3-52-01) anticipated to start in 2021 2022 extends the six-lane, controlled access portion of U.S. 19 north from Northside Drive to County Road 95. Work includes the addition of a frontage road system and a grade separated interchange with SR 586 (Curlew Road).

Florida State Road 586 East

The first shield for SR 586 east stands beyond the intersection joining CR 586 (Causeway Boulevard) with U.S. 19 Alternate (Bayshore Boulevard).
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Paralleling Curlew Creek, SR 586 (Curlew Road) advances east to a signalized intersection with CR 1 (Omaha Street).
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CR 1 runs south along Omaha Street to Keene Road through Clearwater and north to CR 776 (Nebraska Street) nearby in Palm Harbor.
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Belcher Road (CR 501) constitutes a four lane arterial south from Palm Harbor to Clearwater and Largo.
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Passing by Curlew Crossing shopping center, SR 586 (Curlew Road) approaches U.S. 19.
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U.S. 19 extends north from Clearwater and Dunedin as an eight lane arterial to Tarpon Springs and New Port Richey in Pasco County. The highway south to Pinellas Park is an urban freeway.
08/15/15

Eventual construction will replace the at-grade intersection joining SR 586 (Curlew Road) and U.S. 19 into an interchange.
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04/14/20

Countryside Boulevard winds northward from Countryside Country Club to intersect SR 586 south of St. George Lake.
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Traffic lights operate at Landmark Drive and Forest Run Park for adjacent Curley Creek Elementary.
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CR 611 (McMullen Booth Road) crosses paths with SR 586 at the succeeding eastbound signal. A major commuter route, CR 611 travels the height of Pinellas County from Gulfport north to Tarpon Springs.
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SR 586 crosses Lake Tarpon Canal just east of CR 611 (McMullen Booth Road).
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State Road 586 concludes eastbound at the merge of Curlew Road with CR 752 / SR 584 along Tampa Road. SR 584 extends the arterial 2.08 miles east to SR 580 at Oldsmar.
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Florida State Road 586 West

Leading west from U.S. 19, SR 586 (Curlew Road) reduces from six to four lanes.
10/07/15

Unmarked along SR 586 (Curlew Road), Belcher Road is Pinellas County Road 501 north to Palm Harbor and south to Clearwater and Largo.
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County Road 1 (Omaha Street) parallels CR 501 between SR 580 (Main Street) in Dunedin and CR 752 (Tampa Road) in Palm Harbor.
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SR 586 narrows to two lanes west of CR 1 (Omaha Street).
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Approaching U.S. 19 Alternate (Bayshore Boulevard) which runs along the east shore of St. Joseph Sound south into Dunedin.
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SR 586 becomes CR 586 west of U.S. 19 Alternate along Dunedin Causeway. U.S. 19 Alternate continues north to Ozona and the Palm Harbor business district.
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Photo Credits:

  • 03/11/15 by AARoads and .
  • 08/15/15 by AARoads.
  • 10/07/15 by AARoads and JP Nasiatka.
  • 04/14/20 by AARoads.

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

Page Updated 04-15-2020.