U.S. 19 south
U.S. 19 confirming marker posted south of County Road 595 (Aripeka Road). Photo taken 03/26/18.
U.S. 19 travels five miles south from CR 595 to Hudson. Clearwater lies 23 miles further in Pinellas County. Photo taken 03/26/18.
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County Road 1 (Little Road) branches southward from U.S. 19 at the forthcoming traffic light to run along the east side of Hudson to SR 52 at Griffin Park. Photos taken 03/26/18.
Little Road (CR 1) constitutes a four-lane, divided arterial traveling almost entirely through residential areas 16.1 miles south to Trinity near the Pinellas County line. Photo taken 03/26/18.
CR 1, along with U.S. 19 and CR 77 (Regency Park Boulevard) represent the main north-south routes through the Port Richey and New Port Richey areas in coastal Pasco County. CR 1 ends at Trinity Boulevard south of SR 54 and Seven Springs. Photo taken 03/26/18.
Denton Avenue stems east from U.S. 19, 0.8 miles southwest of CR 1 (Little Road). Denton Avenue extends east to rural neighborhoods such as Gulf Coast Acres and Highlands. Photo taken 03/26/18.
Frontage along U.S. 19 becomes increasingly more commercial as the six-lane arterial advances southwest into Hudson. Photo taken 03/26/18.
New York Avenue crosses U.S. 19 east from the Cape Cay neighborhood near the Gulf of Mexico to Hicks Road at Highlands. Photo taken 03/26/18.
U.S. 19 remains well signed south through Hudson. Photo taken 03/26/18.
U.S. 19 south at Hudson Avenue. Hudson Avenue spurs west to marinas off canals feeding into the Gulf of Mexico and east to golf course communities at Beacon Woods and Fairway Oaks. Photo taken 03/26/18.
Continuing south from Hudson Avenue, U.S. 19 makes a gradual turn to run due south. Photo taken 03/26/18.
Clark Street spurs west to Hudson Beach Estates and Robert J. Strickland Memorial Park on the Gulf of Mexico. Photo taken 03/26/18.
Beacon Woods Drive winds east from U.S. 19, linking the commercial arterial with Clock Tower Parkway at Beacon Woods Golf Club. Photo taken 03/26/18.
Florida 52 begins at the ensuing signal southbound on U.S. 19. Photo taken 03/26/18.
Entering the Bayonet Point community along U.S. 19 south. Photo taken 03/26/18.
SR 52 travels nearly the width of Pasco County along a 33.40-mile course from Bayonet Point to Dade City. The majority of the route is four lanes, with planned construction expanding the remaining two lane sections. Photo taken 03/26/18.
Southbound U.S. 19 at County Road 524 (Ridge Road). Ridge Road heads 5.7 miles east from Port Richey to CR 587 (Moon Lake Road). If it is approved, a long planned extension will continue the four-lane highway east to the Suncoast Parkway (SR 589). Photo taken 08/23/17.
Confirming marker posted south of Florida 54 east at Elfers. Photo taken 04/25/15.
South from SR 54, U.S. 19 travels five miles to Tarpon Springs and 31 miles to St. Petersburg in neighboring Pinellas County. Photo taken 04/25/15.
Leading away from the south end of CR 595 (Mile Stretch Road) east on U.S. 19 southbound in Holiday. Photo taken 08/23/17.
U.S. 19 Alternate splits from U.S. 19 south ahead of Continental Drive in Holiday. Photo taken 08/23/17.
Angling southwest from Holiday, U.S. 19 Alternate leads directly to the Historic Sponge Docks and Downtown Tarpon Springs while U.S. 19 follows a linear course to the east. Photo taken 08/23/17.
Totaling 37.4 miles, U.S. 19 Alternate serves western reaches of Pinellas County on the original alignment of U.S. 19 south through Palm Harbor, Dunedin, Clearwater and Seminole. The route crosses U.S. 19 again in St. Petersburg while spurring east to the end of U.S. 92 outside Downtown. Photo taken 08/23/17.


 


Photo Credits:

04/25/15, 08/23/17, 03/26/18 by AARoads

Connect with:
U.S. 19 Alternate
Florida 52
Florida 54
County Road 595

Page Updated 04-11-2018.