U.S. 17-441 South / U.S. 92 West - Orange Blossom Trail

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U.S. 17 U.S. 441 South U.S. 92 West
U.S. 17-92-441 commence their 17.2 mile overlap along Orange Blossom Trail (OBT) south from SR 50 (West Colonial Drive). Photo taken 06/02/18.
Amelia Street stems east from U.S. 17-92-441 at the first traffic light south of Colonial Drive. Amelia Street extends through the former Orlando Centroplex site to the north side of Downtown and Lake Eola Heights. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Robinson Street heads east from OBT near Rock Lake to I-4, where it becomes part of SR 526 through Downtown Orlando. Photo taken 09/03/17.
SR 526 follows Washington Street east from U.S. 17-92-441 to I-4. The state road dog legs north to Robinson Street along the freeway via Hughey and Garland Avenues. Photo taken 09/03/17.
SR 526 travels 4.4 miles overall from U.S. 17-92-441 (OBT) and Crystal Lake Drive at the East Central Park community. The state road formerly extended south to end at the East-West Expressway. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Confirming markers posted south of SR 526 (Washington Street). OBT continues through the Paramore area west of Downtown Orlando. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Central Boulevard intersects Orange Blossom Trail east of Lake Lorna Doone and west from Orlando City Stadium (home of the MLS Orlando City SC). Photo taken 09/03/17.
Church Street connects Downtown Orlando with Amway Center (home of the NBA Orlando Magic), Orlando City Stadium and Camping World Stadium (formerly the Citrus Bowl). Photo taken 09/03/17.
South Street flows west from Downtown and the Amway Center to Rio Grande Avenue at Camping World Stadium. Photo taken 09/03/17.
The upcoming East-West Expressway connects Camping World Stadium and Orlando City Stadium with points west to Ocoee and east toward Conway. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Anderson Street forms a couplet with South Street heading east from Rio Grande Avenue to I-4 west and Downtown Orlando City Hall. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Long and Carter Streets parallel SR 408 as frontage roads west to Tampa Avenue and east to Parramore Avenue. Ramps with the toll road tie into their respective intersections with U.S. 17-92-441. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Road work expands SR 408 (East-West Expressway) to eight lanes through the diamond interchange with OBT as part of the I-4 Ultimate Project. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Managed by the Central Florida Expressway Authority (CFX), SR 408 travels 22 miles across the Orlando metropolitan area from Florida's Turnpike at Ocoee to SR 50 (East Colonial Drive) at Central Florida Research Park. Photo taken 09/03/17.
U.S. 17-92-441 (Orange Blossom Trail) advance south from SR 408 to the Holden Heights neighborhood. Photo taken 09/03/17.
OBT southbound leaves the Orlando city limits at Grand Street. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Kaley Avenue meets U.S. 17-92-441 south at the succeeding signal. The urban collector heads east from Rio Grande Avenue near Clear Lake to a half diamond interchange with I-4 west. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Michigan Street provides access to Interstate 4 east from the Catalina and Angebilt communities along Orange Blossom Trail. Photo taken 09/03/17.
U.S. 17-92-441 lead four blocks south from Michigan Street to meet Interstate 4 west directly. Photo taken 09/03/17.
29th Street intersects OBT at a signal preceding westbound on-ramp for Interstate 4. 29th Street parallels the freeway west to Clear Lake Park and three schools. Photo taken 09/03/17.
I-4 Ultimate construction through 2021 reconfigures the directional cloverleaf interchange with U.S. 17-92-441 to accommodate the Express toll lanes. There is no direct access to I-4 east from OBT southbound. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Orange Blossom Trail widens to a six-lane arterial south of Interstate 4. Photo taken 09/03/17.
The first in a series of truss-mast arm signals along U.S. 17-92-441 south is at 39th Street in south Angebilt. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Florida's Turnpike trailblazer posted along OBT southbound ahead of 44th Street. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Orange Blossom Center anchors an array of retail lining both sides of OBT to Holden Avenue. Holden Avenue runs east to Cypress Grove Park and SR 527 in the city of Edgewood and west to Lake Buchanan and Texas Avenue. Photo taken 09/03/17.
U.S. 17-92-441 advance south between Lake Tyler and western reaches of Edgewood before intersecting Americana Boulevard west. Americana Boulevard is an arterial linking OBT with John Young Parkway (CR 423) and Conroy Road by the Park Central community in Orlando. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Wakulla Way is a residential street east into the Florida Shores subdivision and west from adjacent big box retail to Orange Blossom Terrace. Photo taken 08/25/18.
The ensuing signal southbound is with Oak Ridge Road, an east-west arterial from International Drive and the Orlando International Premium Outlets to SR 527 at Pine Castle. Oak Ridge Road east is unsigned CR 506. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Lancaster Road joins OBT with northern areas of Orlando Central Park industrial area at Lake Ellenor to the west. East from U.S. 17-92-441, the five-lane boulevard continues to SR 527 (Orange Avenue) in Pine Castle. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Orlando Central Parkway provides the main entrance to Orlando Central Park. Chancery Lane ties into the intersection from The Crossings shopping center and other businesses lining the east side of OBT. Photo taken 03/31/18.
Southland Boulevard arcs northeast from SR 482 (Sand Lake Road) through Southland Executive Park to meet U.S. 17-92-441 opposite Skyview Drive east to the Sky Lake neighborhood. Photo taken 09/03/17.
SR 482 (Sand Lake Road) crosses paths with U.S. 17-92-441 (OBT) at a busy commercial intersection northwest of The Florida Mall. Photo taken 11/04/17.
SR 482 travels 3 miles east from U.S. 17-92-441 to end at SR 528 (Beachline Expressway) in Belle Isle. The state road represents the former western extent of SR 528, predating completion of the Bee Line Expressway west to I-4. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Sand Lake Road takes SR 482 west along a four to six lane arterial to an interchange with SR 435 (Kirkman Road) and I-4 near Doctor Phillips. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Orange Blossom Trail passes just west of The Florida Mall along a heavily developed retail corridor. Photo taken 09/03/17.
A trumpet interchange connects U.S. 17-92-441 (OBT) with Florida's Turnpike in 0.75 miles. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Sun Life Path links OBT with Florida Mall Avenue to the east, opposite Morning Drive west to Morningside Park. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Florida's Turnpike and SR 528 (Beachline Expressway) cross paths just west of U.S. 17-92-441. The two are not fully linked, with forthcoming Consulate Drive providing the connection to SR 528 west from both the Turnpike and OBT. Photo taken 09/03/17.
LaQuinta Drive spurs east from OBT to Bee Line Industrial Park. Adjacent SR 528 was named the Bee Line Expressway until 2005. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Ramps with Landstreet Road lead motorists from SR 528 west to OBT and from OBT to SR 528 east. The Beachline Expressway joins the I-4 corridor with Orlando International Airport (MCO), and the Orlando metro area with the Space Coast. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Landstreet Road east from U.S. 17-92-441 to CR 527 (Orlando Avenue) at Taft doubles as unsigned CR 527A. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Orange Blossom Trail traffic to Florida's Turnpike combines with traffic from SR 528 west ahead of an access road and toll plaza. The Turnpike mainline joins Orlando with Lake County and I-75 at Wildwood to the northwest and Osceola County and South Florida to the southeast. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Continuing south below Florida's Turnpike, U.S. 17-92-441 next intersects Consulate Drive north to a half diamond interchange with the Beachline Expressway west. Photo taken 09/03/17.
SR 528 (Beachline Expressway) travels four miles west to the Orange County Convention Center, SeaWorld and Interstate 4. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Orange Blossom Trail remains with six lanes along the east side of Orlando Central Park and adjacent retail areas. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Taft Vineland Road extends wet from CR 527 (Orange Avenue) and Tradeport Drive in southeast Orlando to U.S. 17-92-441. The arterial continues west through Southcenter business park to Freedom High School and Central Florida Parkway. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Central Florida Parkway meets U.S. 17-92-441 at the succeeding southbound traffic light by Central Florida Industrial Park. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Reassurance markers for U.S. 17-441 south & 92 west posted after Central Florida Parkway. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Waterbridge Boulevard winds west between big box retail centers to the Sky Lake South subdivisions. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Whispering Lakes Boulevard arcs west as a four-lane parkway through the Whisper Lakes community to John Young Parkway (CR 423). Photo taken 09/03/17.
The third in a series of residential boulevards ties into U.S. 17-92-441 east from the Pepper Mill subdivisions. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Orange Blossom Trail and SR 417 (Central Florida GreeneWay) converge one mile south of Pepper Mill Boulevard. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Weatherbee Road constitutes a through route east from OBT at Ginger Mill Boulevard to the Southchase and Meadow Woods communities and Boggy Creek Road south of MCO Airport. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Southbound Orange Blossom Trail at Stable Drive west and Southchase Village shopping center. Photo taken 02/27/16.
One half mile ahead of the folded diamond interchange with the Central Florida GreeneWay. Photo taken 09/03/17.
Deerfield Boulevard links OBT with Balcombe Road and the Southchase community to the east. West, the two-lane collector winds through the Deerfield neighborhood to John Young Parkway (CR 423). Photo taken 02/27/16.
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SR 417 (Central Florida GreeneWay) travels west through the Hunter's Creek area toward Walt Disney World and Celebration in Osceola County. The toll road ends at I-4 west in 11 miles. Photo taken 09/03/17. Second photo taken 02/27/16.
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The Central Florida GreeneWay encircles southern and eastern reaches of Orlando from Orlando International Airport (MCO) to Union Park. SR 417 provides a long distance bypass north to Sanford and I-4 east to Daytona Beach. Photo taken 07/27/16. Second photo taken 05/03/08.
U.S. 17-92-441 (Orange Blossom Trail) progress south from the GreeneWay through the Hunter's Creek community. Photo taken 07/27/16.
Town Center Boulevard parallels SR 417 west to the commercial center of Hunter's Creek at John Young Parkway. East from OBT, the arterial connects U.S. 17-92-441 with the Falcon Trace and Meadow Woods developments. Photo taken 07/27/16.
Hunters Creek Boulevard east and Falcon Trace Boulevard west come together at the ensuing traffic light southbound. Photo taken 07/27/16.
A Florida's Turnpike trailblazer south of Hunters Creek Boulevard references the junction with Osceola Parkway in 1.3 miles. Photo taken 07/27/16.
U.S. 17-92-441 (Orange Blossom Trail) crosses the Osceola County line at Mary Louis Lane. Photo taken 08/25/18.
Centerview Boulevard links OBT with Crosslands Shopping Center, located along Osceola Parkway nearby. The retail plaza was developed in 2014. Photo taken 05/03/08.
Osceola Parkway (County Road 522) is a commercial arterial north of Kissimmee. West from the Loop retail area and Flora Boulevard, the parkway upgrades to a tolled expressway to SR 417 near Celebration. Photo taken 08/25/18.
Sign changes for Osceola Parkway phased out the "Follow the Sun" trailblazers that once populated the route. Osceola Parkway leads 1.4 miles east from U.S. 17-92-441 to a diamond interchange with Florida's Turnpike. Photo taken 07/27/16.
Osceola Parkway stretches east across northern Osceola County to the Buena Ventura Lakes community and Simpson Road (CR 530) and west to I-4 and Walt Disney World. Photo taken 07/27/16.
Osceola Parkway west to John Young Parkway west is the truck route for U.S. 17 south & 92 west around central Kissimmee. Photo taken 08/25/18.
U.S. 17-92-441 (Orange Blossom Trail) narrow from six to four lanes just south of Osceola Parkway (CR 522) at Country Boulevard. Photo taken 07/27/16.
U.S. 17-92-441 enter the Kissimmee city limits south of Donegan Avenue. Photo taken 07/27/16.
Columbia Avenue heads west from Smith Street through the residential street grid to end at U.S. 17-92-441 (Main Street) across from the Plaza on Main shopping center. Photo taken 07/27/16.
U.S. 17-92-441 (Main Street) advance three blocks south from Columbia Avenue to partition at U.S. 192 (Vine Street). Photo taken 08/25/18.
U.S. 441 turns east alongside U.S. 192 (Vine Street). The two routes overlap 24.5 miles southeast through St. Cloud, Harmony and Holopaw. Photo taken 07/27/16.
An improvement project at Main and Vine Streets in 2018 included replacement of all shields for the separation of U.S. 17/92 and U.S. 441. An erroneous assembly at Cypress Street references U.S. 17 joining U.S. 192 east in place of U.S. 441 south. Photo taken 08/25/18.
Vine Street leads U.S. 17 south & 92-192 west 0.7 miles to John Young Parkway. U.S. 192 continues from there toward Walt Disney World. Photo taken 08/25/18.
Main Street continues south from U.S. 17-92-441 and U.S. 192 (Vine Street) into Historic Downtown Kissimmee. Main Street, Broadway and Emmett Street represent the former alignment of U.S. 17/92 through the city center. Photo taken 07/27/16.

Photo Credits:

  • 05/03/08 by AARoads.
  • 02/27/16 by AARoads.
  • 07/27/16 by AARoads and JP Nasiatka.
  • 09/03/17 by AARoads.
  • 11/04/17 by AARoads.
  • 03/31/18 by AARoads.
  • 06/02/18 by AARoads.
  • 08/25/18 by AARoads.

Connect with:
Interstate 4
U.S. 192
State Road 417 - Central Florida GreeneWay / Seminole Expressway
State Road 482 - Sand Lake Road / McCoy Road
State Road 526
State Road 528 - Martin Andersen Beachline Expressway
Osceola Parkway - County Road 522

Page Updated 10-19-2018.

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