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Florida 808 (Glades Road) crosses paths with Florida's Turnpike in two miles at Exit 75. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Glades Road travels east from Exit 75 to the Town Center at Boca Raton retail center and Florida Atlantic University (FAU) within the city of Boca Raton. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Totaling 7.62 miles, SR 808 lines Glades Road west to U.S. 441 and east to U.S. 1 (Federal Highway). Photo taken 07/26/17.
Florida's Turnpike spans Glades Road ahead of the trumpet interchange (Exit 75) and access road to SR 808. Photo taken 07/26/17.
A $8.3 million project underway through summer 2018 improves the Glades Road interchange by adding a northbound auxiliary lane and expanding the off-ramp to two lanes.1 Photo taken 07/26/17.
Canals line both sides of Florida's Turnpike north by Boca West Country Club golf course community. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Straddling the Boca Raton city line from Yamato Road (former SR 794) to Clint Moore Road, the turnpike proceeds north four miles to Atlantic Avenue. Orlando is now 188 miles away. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Suburban development spreads east from the Turnpike through unincorporated areas of Palm Beach County on the approach to Florida 806 (Atlantic Avenue). Some agricultural areas remain to the west. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Florida 806 extends east to the city of Delray Beach, ending at Florida A1A (Ocean Boulevard) just off the Atlantic Ocean. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Florida's Turnpike northbound previously reduced to four lanes at the folded diamond interchange (Exit 81) with Florida 806 (Atlantic Avenue). Photo taken 07/26/17.
Atlantic Boulevard carries SR 806 for 8.87 miles overall between U.S. 441 and SR A1A, with the exception of a 0.31 mile gap between Swinton Avenue and U.S. 1 through Downtown Delray Beach. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Construction in 2006 reconfigured Exit 81 from a trumpet interchange and east side access road to SR 806 (Atlantic Avenue). SR 806 was expanded into a four-lane arterial west to Lyons Road and the new Delray Marketplace shopping center after 2011. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Shifting slightly eastward, Florida's Turnpike passes by Polo Trace Golf Club. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Fort Pierce, seat of St. Lucie County, lies 66 miles ahead. Orlando is 182 miles to the northwest. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Suburban development lines both sides of the Turnpike north to Exit 86 with SR 804 (Boynton Beach Boulevard). The parclo interchange at Boynton Beach Boulevard opened in 1993.2 Photo taken 07/26/17.
SR 804 constitutes a six-lane arterial west from Exit 86 to Lyons Road and east to Interstate 95 (Exit 57) in the city of Boynton Beach. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Exit 86 leaves Florida's Turnpike north for SR 804. SR 804 travels 9.86 miles east from U.S. 441 to SR A1A (Ocean Boulevard) at Ocean Ridge. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Sound walls separate the Turnpike from adjacent subdivisions over the quarter mile leading north to Boynton Canal. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Motorists traveling north along Florida's Turnpike next enter the Lantana Toll Plaza. Photo taken 07/26/17.
A six-mile straight away takes the Turnpike six miles north to Lake Worth Road (SR 802). Fort Pierce is 55 miles further. Photo taken 07/26/17.
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The Lantana Toll Plaza partitions traffic into four high-speed Sunpass lanes and 11 toll booths using the ticketed system. Photos taken 07/26/17.
Florida's Turnpike narrows to four overall lanes beyond the Lantana Toll Plaza. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Advance signage appears four miles out from the West Palm Beach Service Plaza, located at mile post 94. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Formerly a trumpet interchange, upcoming Exit 93 with SR 802 (Lake Worth Road) was redesigned into a parclo B2 interchange. Photo taken 07/26/17.
The West Palm Beach Service Plaza lies just beyond the north side ramps for SR 802 (Lake Worth Road). Photo taken 07/26/17.
Lake Worth Road is an east-west arterial linking the village of Wellington with the city of Greenacres. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Gas prices accompany the one-mile sign for the left side ramp for the West Palm Beach Service Plaza. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Florida 802 travels 10.31 miles from U.S. 441 near Wellington to Downtown Lake Worth and Florida A1A (Ocean Boulevard) at R.G. Kreusler Park. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Exit 93 loops away from the Turnpike northbound for Florida 802 east to Greenacres and Palm Springs. Photo taken 07/26/17.
The West Palm Beach Service Plaza lies in the median of Florida's Turnpike between east Wellington and South Okeeheelee Park. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Reassurance marker for the Turnpike north posted after the SR 902 on-ramp near milepost 94. Photo taken 07/26/17.
A second shield stands along the Turnpike north beyond the return ramp from the West Palm Beach Service Plaza. Photo taken 07/26/17.
SR 882 (Forest Hill Boulevard) cross over the four-lane toll road two miles south of U.S. 98 & SR 80 (Southern Boulevard). U.S. 98 joins South Florida with Lake Okeechobee via Royal Palm Beach and Belle Glade. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Florida's Turnpike makes a gradual northeasterly turn toward West Palm Beach ahead of Exit 97 with U.S. 98 & SR 80 (Southern Boulevard). Costing $35 million, the folded diamond interchange with Southern Boulevard opened on September 7, 2002.2 Photo taken 07/26/17.
U.S. 98 & SR 80 (Southern Boulevard) parallel West Palm Beach Canal as hybrid expressway with several interchanges and J-turns between U.S. 441 and I-95. The US highway originates at SR A1A (Ocean Boulevard) in Palm Beach. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Advancing north from Southern Boulevard, Florida's Turnpike travels between distribution centers and warehouses developed in 2016. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Jog Road, a north-south arterial linking Greenacres and West Palm Beach, crosses over Florida's Turnpike at Exit 98 in one mile. Photo taken 07/26/17.
The Sunpass only exit for Jog Road was opened to traffic on September 14, 2007. The half diamond interchange cost $12.7 million to construct.3 Photo taken 07/26/17.
Exit 98 departs from the Turnpike north for Jog Road. Jog Road extends north from a retail area at SR 704 (Okeechobee Boulevard) to run along side the toll road to Roebuck Road. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Florida 704 follows Okeechobee Boulevard west from Exit 99 to Florida 7 at the village of Royal Palm Beach. Photo taken 07/26/17.
East from Exit 99, Florida 704 continues along Okeechobee Boulevard to Westgate, Downtown West Palm Beach, and the Royal Park Bridge across Lake Worth to Palm Beach. The state road travels 10.21 miles overall east to Florida A1A (South County Road). Photo taken 07/26/17.
Changes made at the trumpet interchange and access road for Okeechobee Boulevard added a SunPass-only lane at the toll plaza on April 10, 2003. The addition cost $1 million.4 Photo taken 07/26/17.
Florida's Turnpike crosses into the West Palm Beach city limits north of the Century Village community. Photo taken 07/26/17.
This mileage sign predates the SunPass-only interchange (Exit 107) with Beeline Highway, located five miles ahead, instead referencing Palm Beach Gardens at eight miles. Orlando is 164 miles to the northwest. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Florida 710 begins at President Barack Obama Highway (formerly Old Dixie Highway) in the city of Riviera Beach. Heading west along Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard to I-95, the state road shifts northwest along a railroad line, becoming Beeline Highway west at Florida 809 (Military Trail), two miles from Florida's Turnpike. Photo taken 07/26/17.
One half mile ahead Exit 107, Florida's Turnpike crosses over Florida 710 (Beeline Highway) and the Palm Beach Gardens city line. The forthcoming ramp leads to an access road linking the Turnpike with parallel Jog Road. Photo taken 07/26/17.
The diamond interchange (Exit 107) for Beeline Highway was completed on July 27, 2006. The $16.3 million project included a 3 to 4 foot wide wildlife tunnel and sound walls along the northbound ramps.5 Florida 710 travels a rural route northwest to Indiantown and Okeechobee. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Reassurance marker posted beyond the Northlake Boulevard overpass. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Florida 786 (PGA Boulevard) meets Florida's Turnpike in two miles to the northeast of PGA National Golf Club. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Florida 786 (PGA Boulevard) provides a direct route west to Florida 710 (Beeline Highway) near North Palm Beach County Airport (F45), and 8.2 miles from Palm Beach International Raceway. Photo taken 07/26/17.
The trumpet interchange and access road at Palm Beach Gardens was one of the six original exits along Florida's Turnpike in Palm Beach County. Photo taken 07/26/17.
PGA Boulevard leads SR 786 east to The Gardens Mall and North Palm Beach. The 8.65-mile route concludes at U.S. 1 (Federal Highway) and SR A1A (Jack Nicklaus Drive). Photo taken 07/26/17.
Exit 109 leaves Florida's Turnpike north for SR 786 (PGA Boulevard) at Fairway Drive. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Florida's Turnpike bee lines northward between the Mirasol and Old Palm subdivisions beyond SR 786 and Exit 109. Photo taken 07/26/17.
The city of Jupiter lies fives miles ahead along Florida's Turnpike in northern Palm Beach County. Orlando is now 155 miles away. Photo taken 07/26/17.
The four-lane toll road bends northwest by the Eastpoint Country Club golf course community, as it begins to parallel Interstate 95 beyond Donald Ross Road. Photo taken 02/16/08.
Travelers along the Turnpike northbound straddle the Jupiter city line north from Donald Ross Road to C-18 Canal. A trumpet interchange (Exit 116) and access road follow with Florida 706 (Indiantown Road). Photo taken 07/26/17.
Indiantown Road leads 12.30 miles west from Exit 116 to SR 710 (Beeline Highway) and 5.3 miles east to SR A1A (Ocean Boulevard) at Carlin Park. Loxahatchee River Battlefield Park lies just west of the Jupiter Country Club golf course community nearby. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Florida 706 totals just 4.78 miles along Indiantown Road from a point just west of the Exit 116 access road to SR 811 (Alt A1A) by the Jupiter business district. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Crossing over C-18 Canal, one half mile from Exit 116 on Florida's Turnpike north. SR 706 (Indiantown Road) east to SR 811 north connects the toll road with U.S. 1 south of the village of Tequesta and Jonathan Dickinson State Park. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Exit 116 parts ways with Florida's Turnpike after the SR 706 overpasses. SR 706 meets I-95 to the immediate east. Unsigned CR 706 extends west from SR 706 along Indiantown Road to unincorporated Palm Beach County and SR 710 (Beeline Highway) north to Okeechobee. Photo taken 07/26/17.
The Sonoma Isles lines the west side of Florida's Turnpike as the last development of Jupiter preceding a lengthy rural stretch north into Martin County. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Stuart is a 17 mile drive north via the Turnpike and Florida 76. Orlando is just over two hours to the northwest. Photo taken 07/26/17.
Interstate 95 and Florida's Turnpike run side by side across the Loxahatchee River and adjacent Martin County line. Photo taken 07/26/17.


 

Sources:

  1. "Glades Road and Turnpike Interchange Modification Project." Florida's Turnpike Enterprise fact sheet.
  2. "Turnpike Exit at Southern Opens Today." Palm Beach Post, The (FL), September 7, 2002.
  3. "Jog Road Gets New Turnpike Linkage." Palm Beach Post, The (FL), September 15, 2007.
  4. "New Turnpike Toll Lane Opens Today at Okeechobee Plaza." Palm Beach Post, The (FL), April 10, 2003.
  5. "SunPass-only Interchange Set at Beeline." Palm Beach Post, The (FL), July 16, 2006.


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02/16/08, 07/26/17 by AARoads

Page Updated 09-13-2017.