U.S. 319 North - Leon County

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U.S. 319 North
Traveling north through rural south Leon County, U.S. 319 (Crawfordville Highway) approaches the west end of County Road 2205 (Oak Ridge Road). Photo taken 01/15/11.
County Road 2204 (Oak Ridge Road) heads east across a network of rural residential streets 5.05 miles to SR 363 (Woodville Highway) at Woodville. Photo taken 01/15/11.
U.S. 319 Florida State Road 61 North
U.S. 319 merges with SR 61 within Apalachicola National Forest and expands into a four-lane divided highway to the junction with SR 263 (Capital Circle SW). U.S. 319 turns east onto Capital Circle along the south side of Tallahassee here while SR 61 remains northeast along Crawfordville Road toward the city center. Photo taken 01/15/11.
SR 263 encircles the west side of Tallahassee northward to U.S. 27 near Lake Jackson. Capital Circle varies with two rural lanes by Tallahassee Regional Airport (TLH) to a six-lane commercial arterial between U.S. 90 and I-10 at Exit 196. Photo taken 01/15/11.
U.S. 319 North
U.S. 319 overtakes SR 263 east along Capital Circle SW to SR 363. There unsigned SR 263 ends and unsigned SR 261 begins. Photo taken 01/15/11.
SR 363 (Woodville Highway) ventures southeast from Tallahassee to Woodville and St. Marks in Wakulla County. This scene looks at U.S. 319 ahead of Woodville Highway before completion of Capital Circle SE widening to a seven lane arterial. Photo taken 01/15/11.
Curving northward, U.S. 319 (Capital Circle SE) intersects Leon County Road 259 (Tram Road). Tram Road angles northwest through a forested tract to suburban development and the Tallahassee Leon County Fairgrounds at SR 363 (Woodville Highway). Photo taken 01/15/11.
U.S. 319 travels north through western reaches of the sprawling Southwood development over the next several miles. Photo taken 01/15/11.
Northbound reassurance marker posted as U.S. 319 leaves the intersection with U.S. 90 (Mahan Drive). Photo taken 05/14/14.
Miccosukee Road crosses U.S. 319 (Capital Circle NE) at the next traffic signal. The road leads southwest as an arterial route (County Road 146) toward Tallahassee Memorial Health Care Hospital at SR 265 (Magnolia Road) and a residential through road from there to Meridian Street and U.S. 90 outside Downtown. Photo taken 05/14/14.
East of U.S. 319 (Capital Circle NE), Miccosukee Road continues out from the suburbs as Leon County Road 0347 to CR 151 (Moccasin Gap Road) at Miccosukee. Photo taken 05/14/14.
U.S. 319 winds northward along a commercialized stretch between Miccosukee Road (CR 146) and Welaunee Boulevard (CR 151). Capital Regional Medical Center appears to the northeast. Photo taken 11/26/14.
Capital Medical Boulevard loops east from U.S. 319 to the aforementioned hospital and Miccosukee Road (CR 146). Photo taken 11/26/14.
Leon County Road 151 meets U.S. 319 (Capital Circle NE) at the next northbound signal. The county road was realigned in the mid-2000s to follow Welaunee Boulevard east and a new couplet of Centerville Road west from Capital Circle NE. Photo taken 05/14/14.
Centerville Road leads southwest to Tallahassee Memorial Health Care Hospital and Miccosukee Road (CR 146), where CR 151 transitions to SR 265 and Magnolia Drive south. Centerville Road extends northeast from Welaunee Boulevard nearby to Killearn and the far northeastern suburbs. CR 151 ends at CR 142 near Miccosukee. Photo taken 11/26/14.
Capital Circle NE remains a six lane commercial arterial northward toward Interstate 10. Photo taken 05/14/14.
A state-named trailblazer for I-10 stands just north of County Road 151 (Centerville Road) along U.S. 319. Photo taken 05/14/14.
Lonnbladh Road stems east from U.S. 319 (Capital Circle NE) to Olson Road as a residential through road. Photo taken 05/14/14.
Hermitage Boulevard east and Eastgate Way come together at the next signal along U.S. 319 north. Eastgate Way provides the main entrance into the Eastgate subdivision while Hermitage Boulevard arcs westward to SR 61 (Thomasville Road), serving a number of offices, apartments and subdivisions. Photo taken 05/14/14.
A parclo interchange joins U.S. 319 with Interstate 10 at Raymond Diehl Road (SR 162). Photo taken 05/14/14.
Raymond Diehl Road (SR 162) links U.S. 319 with the eastbound on-ramp to Interstate 10 and SR 61 (Thomasville Road) opposite the eastbound off-ramp (Exit 203). 2006-08 construction reconfigured the original diamond interchange between I-10 and SR 61 to incorporate new ramps directly with U.S. 319 for westbound and the loop ramp from newly established State Road 162. Photo taken 05/14/14.
The commercialized stretch of Capital Circle NE concludes just north of Interstate 10 at the merge with SR 61 (Thomasville Road) north. Photo taken 11/20/14.
Construction to expand the original diamond interchange with Interstate 10 included the addition of State Road 160 as a westbound connector to SR 61 (Thomasville Road). SR 160 otherwise comprises just 0.114 miles. Photo taken 11/20/14.
SR 61 south provides additional access to Interstate 10. The state road travels Thomasville Road southwest to Monroe Street (U.S. 27) ahead of Downtown Tallahassee. Photo taken 11/20/14.
Killearn Center Boulevard ties into U.S. 319 (Capital Circle NE) opposite SR 160 west to SR 61 and Timberlane Road. Photo taken 11/20/14.
A flyover was constructed in 2006 for the transition of U.S. 319 south from Thomasville Road to Capital Circle NE. This replaced a left turn. Photo taken 11/20/14.
U.S. 319 overtakes Thomasville Road from SR 61 northeast toward Hall Lake and Bradfordville. Hidden State Road 261 ends here as State Road 61 accompanies U.S. 319 for the remainder of the route north to Georgia. Photo taken 11/20/14.
U.S. 319 & SR 61 (Thomasville Road) continue northeast with six overall lanes to Kinhega drive at Bradfordville. Photo taken 11/20/14.
Village Square Boulevard circles northward from Halstead Boulevard behind adjacent Village Square Shopping Center to intersect U.S. 319. The boulevard extends west to Village Commons Shopping Center and Maclay Boulevard. Photo taken 11/20/14.
The eight lane section of Thomasville Road ends at forthcoming Killarney Way east and Maclay Road west. Photo taken 11/20/14.
Killarney Way winds east to Shamrock Street toward Killearn Estates. Maclay Road angles northwest to Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park and County Road 155 (Meridian Road). Mid-2000s construction realigned Maclay Road to intersect U.S. 319 directly across from Killarney Way. Photo taken 11/20/14.
Ox Bottom Road (Leon County Road 0346) stems 3.31 miles west from U.S. 319 (Thomasville Road) to Leon County Road 155 (Meridian Avenue). Photo taken 11/20/14.
Ox Bottom Road (CR 0346) was supplanted as a through route by Kerry Forest Parkway between U.S. 319 and a new roundabout at the west entrance to the Bull Run residential development. CR 0346 otherwise provides a route to the Ox Bottom Manor and Rose Hill subdivisions east of Meridian Avenue. Photo taken 11/20/14.
Kerry Forest Parkway was extended west beyond an adjacent shopping center from U.S. 319 as the main route to Bull Run and CR 0346 west. The parkway winds east otherwise to Shannon Lakes Drive by Lake Killarney. Photo taken 11/20/14.

Photo Credits:

01/15/11, 05/14/14, 11/20/14, 11/26/14 by AARoads

Connect with:
Interstate 10
U.S. 27
U.S. 90
U.S. 98
State Road 61

Page Updated 05-03-2015.