County Road 812 (Palm Beach County, Florida)
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County Road 812 Palm Beach County, Florida
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Notes State Roads are generally state-maintained.
Highway names
Interstates Interstate X (I-X)
US Highways U.S. Highway X (US X)
State State Road X (SR X)
County: County Road X (CR X)
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SR C-229 sign still standing in 2012

In the mid-1970s, the Florida Department of Transportation (formerly the State Road Department) started a sequence of events that eventually resulted in the transferral of hundred of miles of roadway from State of Florida maintenance to county control. The first step was the addition of an "S-" or "C-" prefix onto the original FDOT designation ("S" represented "secondary"; "C" represented "county"). State Road signs started disappearing from the "C" roads and were replaced by blue pentagonal county road signs in the early 1980s; the transition of "S" roads to county control took a bit longer (some state road signs with S-prefixes remain standing two decades after the transfer to county control). Many roads that were decommissioned in later years skipped the prefix step.

While the transition occurred throughout the State of Florida, the area most dramatically affected by this process was Florida south of State Road 70 (SR 70) (which runs from Bradenton to Fort Pierce). While other state roads had portions turned into county control (for example, SR 29, SR 31, SR 78, SR 707, SR 780, SR 880, SR 884, and SR 951), entire state roads in southern Florida disappeared from the FDOT lists. Many decommissioned roads in the Treasure Coast and Space Coast occurred in sparsely-populated areas, including orange groves and wetlands.

Some state road numbers (like SR 609) were reused after decommissioning. Lettered state road numbers (like SR 15A) are sometimes used for several discontinuous sections of state roads.

1-99

  • State Road 4A
  • State Road 4B
  • State Road 5A (now County Road 5A) - Old Dixie Highway from near Wabasso Road (SR 510) in Wabasso to the former SR 605 in Vero Beach
  • State Road 5A (now County Road 5A): Flagler Street from First Street to South Roosevelt Boulevard (SR A1A) in Key West. Commercially prepared road maps still indicate incorrectly that CR 5A is still a State Road (when it was, it was not signed as such). Some maps even suggest that it includes White Street between US 1 and Flagler Street.[1]
  • State Road 14A
  • State Road 15A and 15B (now County Road 15A and 15B) - two short roads connecting US 98-441 (SR 15-700) and SR 710 near Up the Grove Beach
  • State Road 15C (now County Road 15C) - a spur from SR 15 near Fort Drum
  • State Road 16A
  • State Road 17A
  • State Road A19A
  • State Road 20A
  • State Road 20B
  • State Road 21A
  • State Road 21B
  • State Road 21C
  • State Road 21D
  • State Road 23A
  • State Road 23B
  • State Road 23C
  • State Road 23D
  • State Road 23E
  • State Road 23F
  • State Road 25B
  • State Road 29A
  • State Road 30A
  • State Road 30B
  • State Road 30C
  • State Road 30D
  • State Road 30E
  • State Road 30F
  • State Road 30G
  • State Road 30H
  • State Road 30J
  • State Road 35A
  • State Road 35B
  • State Road 39A
  • State Road 39B
  • State Road 48 originally ran from Floral City to Howey-in-the-Hills, but was truncated to Interstate 75 and US Route 301 in Bushnell. In 2016, the last state section of the road was turned over to Sumter County.
  • State Road 64A (part now 636)
  • State Road 69A
  • State Road 71A
  • State Road 73A
  • State Road 73B
  • State Road 77A
  • State Road 77B
  • State Road 77C
  • State Road 78A - now County Road 78A
  • State Road 78B
  • State Road 80A
  • State Road 81A
  • State Road 95A
  • State Road 97A
  • State Road 100A
  • State Road 100B

101-200

201-300

  • State Road 201
  • State Road 203
  • State Road 205
  • State Road 209
  • State Road 209A
  • State Road 209B
  • State Road 213
  • State Road 214
  • State Road 215
  • State Road 217
  • State Road 218
  • State Road 219
  • State Road 219A
  • State Road 220
  • State Road 220A
  • State Road 220B
  • State Road 224
  • State Road 224A
  • State Road 224B
  • State Road 225
  • State Road 225A
  • State Road 227
  • State Road 229
  • State Road 232
  • State Road 233
  • State Road 234
  • State Road 235A
  • State Road 236
  • State Road 237
  • State Road 239
  • State Road 240
  • State Road 241
  • State Road 242
  • State Road 245
  • State Road 245A
  • State Road 246
  • State Road 250
  • State Road 250A
  • State Road 252
  • State Road 252A
  • State Road 252B
  • State Road 256
  • State Road 259 (now Leon County Road 259 and Jefferson County Road 259) - also known as "The Old Tram Road," Tram Road, Limestone Road, Wacissa Highway, and Waukeenah Highway, is a bi-county route that serves southeastern Leon County and western Jefferson County, Florida. The western terminus is an intersection with Monroe Street (SR 61) in Tallahassee; the northern terminus is an intersection with US 19 (SR 57) in Monticello. Communities served along its route also include Corey, Cody, Limestone, Wacissa, Thomas City, Waukeenah, and Casa Blanco. Leon County Road 259 is signed east-west, while Jefferson County Road 259 is signed east-west on Tram Road and Paradise Road, and signed north-south between SR 59 and the northern terminus.[2]
  • State Road 260- now Leon County Road 260
  • State Road 263A
  • State Road 264
  • State Road 267A
  • State Road 268
  • State Road 268A
  • State Road 269
  • State Road 269A
  • State Road 269B
  • State Road 270
  • State Road 270A
  • State Road 271
  • State Road 272
  • State Road 274
  • State Road 275
  • State Road 275A
  • State Road 275B
  • State Road 276A
  • State Road 278
  • State Road 280
  • State Road 280A
  • State Road 286
  • State Road 287
  • State Road 287A
  • State Road 289A
  • State Road 292A
  • State Road 295A
  • State Road 296A
  • State Road 297A
  • State Road 298A
  • State Road 299

301-400

  • State Road 302
  • State Road 304
  • State Road 305
  • State Road 307
  • State Road 313
  • State Road 315
  • State Road 317
  • State Road 319
  • State Road 325
  • State Road 329A
  • State Road 329B
  • State Road 334
  • State Road 334A
  • State Road 337
  • State Road 338
  • State Road 339
  • State Road 340
  • State Road 340A
  • State Road 341
  • State Road 341A
  • State Road 342
  • State Road 344
  • State Road 346
  • State Road 346A
  • State Road 351
  • State Road 352
  • State Road 353
  • State Road 357
  • State Road 358
  • State Road 359
  • State Road 359A
  • State Road 359B
  • State Road 361
  • State Road 361A
  • State Road 361B
  • State Road 365
  • State Road 367
  • State Road 367A
  • State Road 370
  • State Road 372A
  • State Road 372B
  • State Road 374
  • State Road 376
  • State Road 379
  • State Road 379A
  • State Road 379B
  • State Road 381
  • State Road 381A
  • State Road 382
  • State Road 384
  • State Road 384A
  • State Road 385
  • State Road 386
  • State Road 386A
  • State Road 387
  • State Road 388
  • State Road 389A
  • State Road 390A
  • State Road 392
  • State Road 392A
  • State Road 392B
  • State Road 394
  • State Road 396
  • State Road 396A
  • State Road 398
  • State Road 398A

401-500

  • State Road 402 (now County Road 402) - Max Brewer Memorial Parkway, a primary access road for Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge and Canaveral National Seashore near Titusville
  • State Road 406A - a 0.5-mile-long (0.80 km) street connecting SR 405 and SR 406 in Titusville
  • State Road 420
  • State Road 424A
  • State Road 425
  • State Road 427
  • State Road 428
  • State Road 431
  • State Road 436A
  • State Road 437
  • State Road 437A
  • State Road 439
  • State Road 443
  • State Road 445
  • State Road 448
  • State Road 453
  • State Road 470
  • State Road 475
  • State Road 476
  • State Road 476A
  • State Road 480
  • State Road 481
  • State Road 484
  • State Road 485
  • State Road 485A
  • State Road 485B
  • State Road 486
  • State Road 488
  • State Road 489
  • State Road 490
  • State Road 490A
  • State Road 491
  • State Road 491A
  • State Road 493
  • State Road 494
  • State Road 495
  • State Road 498

501-600

601-700

701-800

801-900

901-1000

1001-9999

  • State Road 4081
  • State Road 5098
  • State Road 9823

See also

References

  1. ^ Rand McNally Florida Road Atlas (Map #232)
  2. ^ Google (2012-12-08). "Google Map of Leon-Jefferson County Road 259" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved . 
  3. ^ Google (June 8, 2009). "overview map of SR 939A" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2009. 
  4. ^ Google (June 8, 2009). "overview map of SR 939B" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2009. 

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