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

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U.S. 17 south & 92 west
U.S. 17 & 92 curve southeast from the St. Johns River directly into a parclo interchange with Interstate 4. I-4 travels southward to Lake Mary, Maitland, and Orlando. Photo taken 02/29/08.
Traveling south along French Avenue, U.S. 17 & 92 pass four blocks west of Historic Downtown Sanford and combine with SR 46 at West 1st Street. Trailblazers take the place of confirming markers for SR 46 along the 1.75 mile concurrency with U.S. 17 & 92 through Sanford. Photo taken 02/29/08.
Mileage sign listing Longwood and Orlando for the continuation of U.S. 17/92 south from Sanford. The pair travel between the cities of Lake Mary and Winter Springs on their southwestern course to Longwood. Photo taken 02/29/08.
French Avenue southbound at 3rd Street in Sanford. Photo taken 02/29/08.
Seminole County 415 shield posted ahead of the U.S. 17-92 (French Avenue) intersection with 13th Street. Photo taken 02/29/08.
CR 415 begins and heads east along 13th Street eight blocks to a short dog leg along Sanford Avenue north to Celery Avenue east. The county road provides an alternate route to SR 415 across the St. Johns River into Volusia County. Heavy truck traffic is restricted along the 3.67 mile long route. Photo taken 02/29/08.
15th Street stems east from U.S. 17 & 92 (French Avenue) south beyond the Sanford Florida State Farmers Market at Sanford Town Square shopping center. Photo taken 02/29/08.
20th Street crosses U.S. 17-92 (French Avenue) at the succeeding traffic light southbound. The east-west street becomes Country Club Drive en route to Airport Boulevard (CR 425) to the west. Photo taken 02/29/08.
SR 46 parts ways with U.S. 17 south & 92 west at 25th Street and County Road 46A. Photo taken 02/29/08.
Florida 46 resumes its eastward course along 25th Street along the north side of Orlando Sanford International Airport (SBD) to Midway. The state road joins Sanford with Geneva and Mims in Brevard County. 25th Street west continues as CR 46A to become H.E. Thomas, Jr. Parkway en route to north Lake Mary and Heathrow. Photo taken 02/29/08.
Florida 46 provides the only direct link to the Interstate 95 corridor from Seminole County. County Road 46A forms part of an arterial loop around Sanford along with CR 431 (Orange Boulevard) north back to Florida 46. Photo taken 02/29/08.
U.S. 17 & 92 advance south from CR 46A / SR 46 (25th Street) another third of a mile before shifting westward from Park Drive. Photo taken 03/21/08.
Downtown Orlando lies another 17 miles to the south via U.S. 17 & 92. Photo taken 03/21/08.
Park Drive ties into U.S. 17/92 at a wye intersection. The arterial expands with a raised grass median as it turns westward by Lake Jennie. Photo taken 03/21/08.
Reassurance markers posted along U.S. 17 south & 92 west at Hiawatha Avenue. French Avenue separates to the east, forming a local street south to Shannon Drive. Photo taken 03/21/08.
27th Street (CR 427A) west and Florida Street east connect with U.S. 17/92 at a commercialized intersection just east of Lake Jennie. Photo taken 03/21/08.
Seminole County Road 427A (27th Street) is a 0.626-mile link between U.S. 17/92 and CR 425 (Sanford Avenue). Photo taken 03/21/08.
Lake Minnie Drive east and Collins Drive west from the Sunland Estates subdivision come together at this traffic light with U.S. 17/92 south of Lake Minnie. Photo taken 03/18/08.
Continuing through southern reaches of Sanford along U.S. 17 south & 92 west at Bush Boulevard. Photo taken 03/18/08.
Country Home Road links U.S. 17 south & 92 west with adjacent Ronald Reagan Boulevard (CR 427). The signal lies southwest of the site of Flea World. Flea World closed in 2015, with structures razed to make way for the Reagan Center mixed-use development. Photo taken 03/18/08.
Weldon Boulevard leads south from the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus of Seminole State College to U.S. 17/92 at this traffic light. Photo taken 03/18/08.
County Road 427 (Ronald Reagan Boulevard) and U.S. 17/92 converge on the southeast side of Lake Mary. Split between two sections from Sanford to Maitland, CR 427 travels 13.81 miles overall and meets U.S. 17/92 again at its south end. Photo taken 03/18/08.
Comprising a four-lane landscaped parkway, Ronald Reagan Boulevard (CR 427) arcs southwest around Spring Hammock Preserve to Downtown Longwood. Photo taken 03/18/08.
U.S. 17 south & 92 west intersect Florida 419 to the immediate south of Ronald Reagan Boulevard (CR 427). Florida 419 curves southeast through Spring Hammock Preserve to the city of Winter Springs. Photo taken 03/18/08.
Florida 419 combines with Florida 434 east of Downtown Winter Springs to the city of Oviedo. The state road totals 9.3 miles from U.S. 17/92 to Florida 426 (Broadway Street) and CR 419 in Downtown Oviedo. Photo taken 03/18/08.
Leaving Spring Hammock Preserve, U.S. 17 & 92 resume with commercial frontage between the cities of Longwood and Winter Springs. Photo taken 03/21/08.
Forthcoming Florida 434 crosses U.S. 17 & 92 west from Downtown Winter Springs en route to the Longwood business district. Photo taken 03/21/08.
Florida 434 encircles the Orlando metropolitan area along a 28.5-mile long horseshoe shaped route. Almost entirely with four lanes, the state road heads west through Longwood west to Altamonte Springs and northwest Orlando and east to Oviedo and the University of Central Florida (UCF). Photo taken 03/21/08.
U.S. 17 south & 92 west confirming markers posted south of SR 434 at Longwood. Photo taken 02/25/17.
A pair of J-turns precede the succeeding traffic light on U.S. 17/92 south at Laura Street east. Photo taken 03/22/14.
Seminola Boulevard winds northwest through Casselberry to U.S. 17 & 92 opposite Dog Track Road west to CR 427 (Ronald Reagan Boulevard). Photo taken 02/25/17.
Button Road provides a cutoff to Seminola Boulevard east from U.S. 17 north & 92 east. Griffin Drive ties into the signalized intersection from neighborhoods north of Lake Griffin. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Plumosa Avenue stems west from U.S. 17/92 at Lake Concord to Cypress Way south and a pair of subdivisions in north Casselberry. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Triplet Lake connects U.S. 17/92 with adjacent retail, Casselberry city hall and the Lake Concord Park mixed use development. Span write signals here were replaced with mast-arm assemblies in 2008. Photo taken 02/25/17.
A $21.3 million in construction started during fall 2013 upgraded U.S. 17/92 at SR 436 from an at-grade intersection to a single point interchange. Work also included new bike lanes, sidewalks and frontage roads, and four stormwater ponds. Work on the 0.50 mile project wrapped up in fall 2015.1 Photo taken 02/25/17.
The SPUI joining U.S. 17/92 with SR 436 eliminated traffic lights with Live Oaks Boulevard west and Fernwood Boulevard east. Sign changes made between 2015 and 2017 greened out Semoran Boulevard for SR 436 and added a trailblazer for I-4. Photo taken 02/25/17.
Two lanes continue U.S. 17/92 south over a flyover spanning SR 436 while two depart for the state road west along Altamonte Drive to Altamonte Springs and south along Semoran Boulevard through Casselberry. Photo taken 02/25/17.
A heavily traveled commercial arterial, Florida 436 crosses Altamonte Springs west to Altamonte Mall and Interstate 4. The state road extends through Forest City to U.S. 441 (Orange Blossom Trail) at Apopka. Photo taken 04/26/15.
Leaving the Casselberry city limits, U.S. 17/92 south next intersect Prairie Lake Drive west. Photo taken 04/26/15.
U.S. 17/92 south at Lake of the Woods Boulevard east to the Lake of the Woods town home development and Oxford Road. Photo taken 02/27/17.
Advancing south through the unincorporated Fern Park community, U.S. 17/92 intersect O'Brien Road west to Spring Lake Road in Altamonte Springs. Photo taken 03/22/14.
The CSX / SunRail bridge spanning U.S. 17/92 (Orlando Avenue) further south at the Maitland and Winter Park city line is a low clearance bridge. Photo taken 02/27/17.
Spartan Drive ties into U.S. 17/92 at this traffic light west of the Lakewood Shores neighborhood off Lake of the Woods. An I-4 trailblazer references the upcoming ramp for SR 414 (Maitland Boulevard) west. Photo taken 02/27/17.
Trucks exceeding 13 foot 10 inches are directed onto SR 414 west to I-4 and SR 423 east to circumvent the Reverend Kenneth C. Crossman (CSX / SunRail) Bridge. Photo taken 02/27/17.
A trumpet interchange joins U.S. 17 south & 92 west with Florida 414 (Maitland Boulevard). Florida 414 commences along an at-grade arterial west 1.6 miles to Interstate 4 in Maitland. Photo taken 02/27/17.
The I-4 Ultimate megaproject upgrades SR 414 (Maitland Boulevard) to expressway standards from the revamped exchange with I-4 west to SR 434. Photo taken 02/27/17.
SR 414 (Maitland Boulevard) straddles the Seminole County line west from Maitland to U.S. 441 (Orange Blossom Trail). West from OBT at Piedmont, SR 414 continues along the tolled John Land Apopka Expressway bypassing Apopka to SR 429 (Western Beltway). Photo taken 02/27/17.
The Orange County line crosses U.S. 17/92 just beyond the gore point for SR 414 (Maitland Boulevard) west. Photo taken 04/10/08.


 

Sources:

  1. SR 15/600 (US 17-92) Interchange at SR 436 404418-1. CFLRoads - Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) District 5 web site.


Photo Credits:

02/29/08, 03/18/08, 03/21/08, 04/10/08, 03/22/14, 04/26/15, 02/25/17, 02/27/17 by AARoads

Connect with:
Interstate 4
Florida 46
Florida 414 - Apopka Expressway / Maitland Boulevard
Florida 417 - Central Florida GreeneWay / Seminole Expressway
Florida 419
Florida 434
Florida 436 - Semoran Boulevard
County Road 46A - H.E. Thomas, Jr. Pkwy / 25th St
County Road 427 - Ronald Reagan Boulevard
Seminole County 427A - 27th Street

Page Updated 08-17-2018.