State Road 869 South

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Florida State Road 869 West
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State Road 869 commences along SW 10th Street westbound at a parclo interchange with Interstate 95. Photos taken 10/18/14.
SW 10th Street leads 2.7 miles west from I-95 to become the Sawgrass Expressway. Photo taken 10/18/14.
Newport Center Drive intersects SW 10th Street to the immediate west of I-95 from a Publix Distribution Center and Newport Center business park. Photo taken 10/18/14.
Military Trail winds northward through Deerfield Beach to the Palm Beach County line, where it becomes a part of SR 809 to SR 808 (Glades Road) in Boca Raton. Photo taken 10/18/14.
State Road 869 along SW 10th Street is posted with east/west cardinal directions. Photo taken 10/18/14.
SW 28th Avenue ties into SW 10th Street at the succeeding traffic light on SR 869 westbound. Photo taken 10/18/14.
SR 845 (Powerline Road) crosses paths with SR 869 (SW 10th Street) in west Deerfield Beach. Photo taken 10/18/14.
SR 869 makes an S-curve west from SR 845 (Powerline Road) along Quiet Waters Park to the beginning of the Sawgrass Expressway. Photo taken 10/18/14.
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Succeeding traffic lights connect SR 869 (SW 10th Street) with the Lakeview community just ahead of the Sawgrass Expressway. Photos taken 10/18/14.
Florida State Road 869 South
A distributor roadway (Exit 19) separates from SR 869 (Sawgrass Expressway) southbound from within the exchange at Florida's Turnpike to Lyons Road. Photo taken 10/18/14.
There is no access to the Florida's Turnpike mainline from SR 869 southbound. A pair of ramps join the Sawgrass Expressway beyond the begin shields and gore point for Exit 19. Photo taken 10/18/14.
A slip ramp takes drivers onto the Sawgrass Expressway southbound from Florida's Turnpike north ahead of Deerfield Plaza, the first of two mainline AET gantries. Photo taken 10/18/14.
A slip ramp takes drivers onto the Sawgrass Expressway southbound from Florida's Turnpike north ahead of Deerfield Plaza, the first of two mainline AET gantries. Photo taken 10/18/14.
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Deerfield Plaza lies within a half mile of the diamond interchange (Exit 19) joining SR 869 with Lyons Road and the city of Coconut Creek. Photos taken 10/18/14.
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A six-ramp parclo interchange (Exit 18) joins the Sawgrass Expressway with U.S. 441 to the immediate west of Lyons Road. Photos taken 10/18/14.
U.S. 441 runs north along the Coconut Creek and Parkland city line to western reaches of Boca Raton in Palm Beach County. Photo taken 10/18/14.
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Heading south from Exit 18B, U.S. 441 travels along the Coral Springs and Coconut Creek boundary. Continuing toward the city of Margate, U.S. 441 meets SR 834 (Sample Road) at a SPUI by the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek. Photos taken 10/18/14.
SR 869 continues another 5.5 miles west to the southern turn toward Interstate 75 at Sunrise. Photo taken 10/18/14.
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Straddling the Parkland and Coral Springs city line, SR 869 advances one mile west to a diamond interchange (Exit 15) with University Drive (former SR 817). Photos taken 10/18/14.
University Drive spurs north to Parkland Golf & Country Club and Loxahatchee Road along Hillsboro Canal. Southward into Coral Springs, the arterial becomes a part of SR 817 at the west end of SR 834 (Sample Road). Photo taken 10/18/14.
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Coral Ridge Drive meets the Sawgrass Expressway at a commercialized diamond interchange west of Coral Springs Drive. Photos taken 10/18/14.
I-75 trailblazers take the place of confirming markers for SR 869 southbound periodically. Photo taken 10/18/14.
Coral Ridge Drive is a suburban arterial north to Heron Bay Golf Club in Parkland and south to between the Windham and Kensington developments to the Corporate Park of Coral Springs. Photo taken 10/18/14.
The Sawgrass Expressway curves south between the Heron Bay and Windham developments. The remainder of the toll road runs along Everglades Wildlife Management Area. Photo taken 10/18/14.
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Sample Road extends 2.9 miles west from SR 834 at SR 817 (University Drive) to a diamond interchange (Exit 11) with the Sawgrass Expressway. Photos taken 10/18/14.
State Road 834 follows Sample Road 9.49 miles east from SR 817 in Coral Springs to Coconut Creek, Deerfield Beach and U.S. 1 at Pompano Beach. Photo taken 10/18/14.
The Everglades levee systems appears along side SR 869 southbound as the toll road passes west of the city of Coral Springs Sportsplex Athletic Complex. Photo taken 10/18/14.
Mileage sign posted 9.75 miles ahead of the Sawgrass Expressway south end at I-75/595. Photo taken 10/18/14.
Atlantic Boulevard winds westward through dense residential development from SR 817 (University Drive) at Coral Square mall to the Sawgrass Expressway at Exit 8. Photo taken 10/18/14.
Atlantic Boulevard becomes a part of SR 814 at U.S. 441 in Margate. The state road overlays the arterial 4.67 miles east to Florida's Turnpike at Coconut Creek and I-95 at Pompano Beach. Photo taken 10/18/14.
Entering the diamond interchange (Exit 8) with Atlantic Boulevard (old SR 814) east on SR 869 south by Lake Coral Springs. Photo taken 10/18/14.
Southbound SR 869 crosses Cypress Creek Canal into the city of Tamarac. Photo taken 10/18/14.
Located one mile ahead, Commercial Boulevard marks the southern boundary of Tamarac east from Exit 5 to Pine Island Road. Photo taken 10/18/14.
Commercial Boulevard initially runs through an area of industrial and office parks east of the Sawgrass Expressway. SR 870 commences along the six lane arterial at SR 817 (University Drive). Photo taken 10/18/14.
Exit 5 leaves the Sawgrass Expressway south for Commercial Boulevard to Tamarac, north Sunrise and north Lauderhill. Photo taken 10/18/14.
Spanning Middle River Canal, SR 869 angles southwest into the city of Sunrise. Photo taken 10/18/14.
Construction by Broward County in 1989, Oakland Park Boulevard links the Sawgrass Expressway with Flamingo Road via forthcoming Exit 3. Photo taken 10/18/14.
Sunrise Boulevard (former SR 838) represents the last mainline exit along the Sawgrass Expressway south. The toll road ends in 5.5 miles. Photo taken 10/18/14.
Flamingo Road north from Sawgrass Mills mall becomes Oakland Park Boulevard east from the connector to the Sawgrass Expressway. The six lane arterial is a part of State Road 816 east of SR 817 (University Drive) to Lauderhill and Lauderdale Lakes. Photo taken 10/18/14.
Long distance travelers headed for U.S. 1 (Overseas Highway) and the Florida Keys are directed from SR 869 onto Interstate 75 south to the Homestead Extension of Florida's Turnpike. Photo taken 10/18/14.
The diamond interchange (Exit 3) with Oakland Park Boulevard connects the Sawgrass Expressway with Panther Parkway (NW 136th Avenue). Panther Parkway arcs west from Flamingo Road to the BB&T Center, home of the NHL Florida Panthers. Photo taken 10/18/14.
Pat Salerno Drive links the BB&T Center directly with the Sawgrass Expressway southbound at a wye interchange. Photo taken 10/18/14.
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Tolls are collected electronically at Sunrise Plaza, located between the flyover from Pat Salerno Drive and the diamond interchange (Exit 1) with Sunrise Boulevard east. Photos taken 10/18/14.
Sunrise Boulevard stems east from Exit 1 to Sawgrass Mills mall and Flamingo Road in Sunrise. East into Plantation, the divided, six lane arterial continues to SR 817 (University Drive), where SR 838 begins. Photo taken 10/18/14.
Two lanes depart from SR 869 (Sawgrass Expressway) south to Sunrise Boulevard east. State Road 838 travels 8.16 miles along Sunrise Boulevard to Lauderhill and U.S. 1 in Fort Lauderdale. Photo taken 10/18/14.
Four lanes lead directly onto Interstate 75 south to Pembroke Pines, Miramar and Hialeah in Miami-Dade County from the Sawgrass Expressway southbound. Photo taken 01/23/16.
A two lane flyover shuttles motorists from SR 869 south to Interstate 595 (Port Everglades Expressway) east. The tolled I-595 Express Lanes accompany the freeway east to Florida's Turnpike at Davie and U.S. 441 at Fort Lauderdale. Photo taken 01/23/16.
Interstate 595 (Port Everglades Expressway) extends 12.86 miles east from I-75 at Weston and Sunrise. Separating Plantation and Davie along side SR 84, I-595 extends to U.S. 1 at Port Everglades and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL). Photo taken 01/23/16.
An end shield for SR 869 stands at the NW 8th Street under crossing by Markham Park in Sunrise. Photo taken 01/23/16.
Traffic on SR 869 separates with two lanes joining Interstate 75 (Everglades Parkway) northbound to Weston and Alligator Alley to Naples. Photo taken 01/23/16.
There are five lanes at the systems interchange linking SR 869, I-75 and I-595. Photo taken 01/23/16.



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10/18/14, 01/23/16 by AARoads

Connect with:
Interstate 75
Interstate 595 - Port Everglades Expressway
Florida's Turnpike
U.S. 441

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