U.S. 17 South & 92 West - Orange County

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U.S. 17 South U.S. 92 West
Traveling through the modified trumpet interchange with SR 414 (Maitland Boulevard) west on U.S. 17 south & 92 (Orlando Avenue) west. Mayo Avenue intersects Orlando Avenue just beyond the Maitland Boulevard overpass. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Turning southward beyond Maitland SunRail Station, U.S. 17-92 (Orlando Avenue) enter Downtown Maitland and intersect Sybelia Avenue west and Sybelia Parkway south. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Horatio Avenue crosses U.S. 17-92 (Orlando Avenue) east from Lake Sybellia and Maitland City Hall at the succeeding traffic light. Horatio Avenue expands into a four-lane, divided arterial east to the Dommerich Estates neighborhood. East across Howell Branch Creek, the arterial enters the city of Winter Park and becomes Howell Branch Road. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Packwood Avenue intersects U.S. 17-92 one block south of Horatio Avenue by the Maitland City Centre development built in 2017. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Maitland Avenue converges with U.S. 17-92 (Orlando Avenue) at the south end of Downtown Maitland across from Manor Road. Maitland Avenue is CR 427 leading north to Altamonte Springs, though signs are not posted here. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Curving southward by Lake Lily, the ensuing traffic light on U.S. 17-92 (Orlando Avenue) south is at Lake Avenue. Lake Avenue west to Kennedy Boulevard through the town of Eatonville is unsigned CR 438A. CR 438A extends west to SR 434 (Forest City Road) at All American Boulevard. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Magnolia Road east connects U.S. 17-92 (Orlando Avenue) with residential areas of south Maitland and Winter Park off Lake Maitland. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Park Avenue branches southeast from U.S. 17/92 ahead of the CSX / SunRail overpass. Park Avenue navigates east then south into Downtown Winter Park. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Approaching SR 423 (Lee Road), a major arterial leading west to Interstate 4 and south to John Young Parkway, on U.S. 17/92 in Winter Park. This shield assembly was removed in 2015 during a curb replacement project. The former industrial area west of Orlando Avenue along this stretch was demolished to make way for the Ravaudage development. Photo taken 03/20/08.
The previous traffic pattern at the east end of SR 423 (Lee Road) included a median separating the U.S. 17-92 mainline, and a bypass lane along northbound. Construction underway in 2016 extended Lee Road southeast to Webster Avenue as part of area redevelopment. Photo taken 03/20/08.
SR 423 follows Lee Road 1.25 miles west to Interstate 4 and the Winter Park city line. The arterial route continues from there through Fairview Shores to become John Young Parkway south at U.S. 441 (Orange Blossom Trail) by Trotters Park. John Young Parkway extends south through Orlando to Hunter's Creek in south Orange County. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Webster Avenue stems east from the Center of Winter Park shopping center entrance and U.S. 17-92 (Orlando Avenue) to Winter Park Country Club and neighborhoods off Lake Osceola. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Gay Road runs along the south side of Center of Winter Park to intersect U.S. 17-92 (Orlando Avenue) across from the Winter Park Village retail center. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Morse Boulevard heads east from U.S. 17-92 along the north side of Martin Luther King, Jr. Park and Lake Mendsen to Winter Park Station (Amtrak, SunRail) in Downtown Winter Park. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Advancing south from near Lake Killarney, U.S. 17-92 approach SR 426 (Fairbanks Avenue) east toward Downtown Winter Park and west to Fairview Shores. Photo taken 02/25/17.
SR 426 travels 15.7 miles overall, joining Winter Park with I-4 and SR 424 (Edgewater Drive) to the west, and Aloma, Goldenrod and the city of Oviedo to the northeast. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Minnesota Avenue crosses U.S. 17 south & 92 west from Pennsylvania Avenue to the Lawndale community and the Golfview and Dubsdread Heights neighborhoods in Orlando. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Orange Avenue (CR 527) angles southwest from SR 426 (Fairbanks Avenue) to a six-point intersection with U.S. 17-92 (Orlando Avenue) at Harmon Avenue. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Former shield assembly referencing SR 527 still traveling north along Orange Avenue to SR 426 (Fairbanks Avenue). Photo taken 03/21/08.
SR 527 remains along Orange Avenue south into Orlando, ending in 2.6 miles at U.S. 17-92 & SR 50 (Colonial Drive). Photo taken 02/25/17.
Southbound U.S. 17/92 (Mills Avenue) enters the Orlando city limits just ahead of Nottingham Street at the Orwin Manor neighborhood. A welcome sign for The City Beautiful appears at Lake Estelle Park. Photo taken 09/08/18.
A causeway leads U.S. 17 south & 92 west across Lake Estelle. Loch Haven Park, home of the Orlando Science Center, Mennello Museum of Art and other attractions, follows along the west side of Mills Avenue. Photo taken 09/08/18.
Rollins Street east and Lake Shore Drive west come together at Loch Haven Park on the south side of Lake Estelle. Photo taken 09/08/18.
Princeton Street winds west through Loch Haven Park as a four-lane arterial linking U.S. 17/92 with Interstate 4 and the College Park neighborhood. Photo taken 09/08/18.
These shields for U.S. 17 south & 92 west stand along Mills Avenue at McCamy Street. Photo taken 09/08/18.
Nebraska Street heads east to Rowena Gardens and Forest Avenue to Harry P. Leu Gardens. Photo taken 09/08/18.
Virginia Drive forms part of a through route east to Baldwin Park with Forest Avenue north and Corrine Drive east. West from U.S. 17-92, Virginia Drive extends along a commercial strip to SR 527 (Orange Avenue) at Lake Ivanhoe. Photo taken 09/08/18.
Two blocks further south, Mills Avenue intersects Lake Highland Drive at the next traffic light. Photo taken 09/08/18.
U.S. 17 south & 92 (Mills Avenue) west at Marks Street and the Colonialtown neighborhood. Photo taken 09/08/18.
U.S. 17-92 and SR 50 (Colonial Drive) converge at the Colonialtown business district northeast of Downtown Orlando. Photo taken 09/08/18.
SR 15 emerges from U.S. 17-92 along Mills and Thornton Avenues south from SR 50 (Colonial Drive) to Lake Lawsona and the East-West Expressway (SR 408). Photo taken 09/08/18.
U.S. 17 south & 92 west combine with SR 50 along Colonial Drive west to Lake Eola Heights, Interstate 4 and Concord Park. Photo taken 09/08/18.
Removed in 2011, an overhead sign outlined both the forthcoming split of SR 15 (Mills Avenue) from U.S. 17-92, and SR 50 along East Colonial Drive. Photo taken 03/21/08.
SR 50 (East Colonial Drive) travels east from Colonialtown to Colonial Town Center, Orlando Executive Airport (ORL) and Azalea Park in Orange County. The state road extends 35.6 miles from U.S. 17-92 and SR 15 to U.S. 1 in Titusville. Photo taken 09/08/18.
U.S. 17 South U.S. 92 Florida State Road 50 West
U.S. 17 south & 92 west join SR 50 (Colonial Drive) west to bypass Downtown Orlando and link with Orange Blossom Trail (U.S. 441) south. Photo taken 03/31/18.
Summerlin Avenue meets U.S. 17-92 & SR 50 (East Colonial Drive) south from Highland Terrace and north from Lake Eola Heights. Photo taken 03/31/18.
Colonial Drive proceeds west along Park Lake to the traffic light with Highland Avenue. Photo taken 03/31/18.
Magnolia Avenue flows north from Downtown Orlando to become SR 527 at SR 50 (Colonial Drive). SR 527 leads a half mile north to Lake Ivanhoe and an eastbound entrance ramp for Interstate 4. Photo taken 03/31/18.
SR 527 (Orange Avenue) travels south from Winter Park and ends at U.S. 17-92 & SR 50 (Colonial Drive). The state road resumes south from Gore Street to Edgewood, Pine Castle and SR 482 (McCoy Road / Sand Lake Road). Photo taken 03/31/18.
Orange Avenue flows south from Colonial Drive with four lanes to Jefferson Street, and three lanes from there to Downtown Orlando City Hall and Lake Lucerne. Photo taken 03/31/18.
West Colonial Drive advances one block west from SR 527 (Orange Avenue) south to Interstate 4. I-4 Ultimate road work through 2021 converts the original parclo B4 interchange with SR 50 into a SPUI. Photo taken 05/22/20.
The new entrance ramp for I-4 east separates from a rebuilt Garland Avenue just north of Colonial Drive. Garland Avenue connects with Orange Avenue (SR 527) south at Legion Place. Photo taken 05/22/20.
With $9.2 million in funding from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), a $10 million pedestrian bridge opened across Colonial Drive and Sunrail tracks on March 18, 2019. The quarter mile span links the Orlando Urban Trail with Gertrude's Walk adjacent to I-4.1 Photo taken 05/22/20.
Interstate 4 travels an elevated route along the west side of Downtown Orlando to Amway Center (home of the NBA Orlando Magic) and a systems interchange with the East-West Expressway (SR 408). Photo taken 05/22/20.
Confirming markers for U.S. 17 south & 92-SR 50 west posted after I-4. Colonial Drive passes south of Lake Concord and north of Lake Dot on this stretch. Photo taken 03/31/18.
Edgewater Drive navigates north from West Colonial Drive between Lakes Adair and Concord to the College Park neighborhood. Edgewater Drive doubles as unsigned CR 424 north to Par Street, where SR 424 takes over. Photo taken 03/31/18.
Parramore Avenue heads south from West Colonial Drive at the succeeding traffic light to Central Boulevard and Orlando City Stadium (home of the MLS Orlando City SC). Photo taken 03/31/18.
U.S. 17 south & 92 west part ways with State Road 50 (West Colonial Drive) and accompany U.S. 441 south along Orange Blossom Trail. U.S. 441 follows Orange Blossom Trail (OBT) northwest from Orlando to Apopka and Mt. Dora. Photo taken 09/03/17.
U.S. 17-92-441 overlap along OBT southward 17.2 miles to U.S. 192 in the city of Kissimmee. Photo taken 03/31/18.


Photo Credits:

03/20/08, 03/21/08, 02/25/17, 09/03/17, 03/31/18, 09/08/18, 05/22/20 by AARoads

Connect with:
State Road 15 / County Road 15
State Road 50
State Road 414 - Apopka Expressway / Maitland Boulevard
State Road 423 - John Young Parkway / Lee Road
State Road 426
State Road 527

Page Updated 06-06-2019.

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