Florida State Road 5A
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Florida State Road 5A

State Road 5A marker

State Road 5A
Route information
Maintained by FDOT
Length15.613 mi[1] (25.127 km)
Major junctions
South end in Port Orange
  in South Daytona
in Daytona Beach
North end in Ormond Beach
Highway system

State Road 5A, also known as Nova Road, is a north-south highway that begins and ends at U.S. Highway 1 (unsigned State Road 5), in Port Orange and Ormond Beach, respectively. It is noted that when 5A was built, it was used more as a bypass or beltway, but in recent years with growth reaching far beyond 5A, it sees more use as a major thoroughfare that passes through the heart of the region.


Previous designations

There have been several former SR 5A in existence:

County Road 5A

County Road 5A

County Road 5A (also known as Stuckway Road) is a 1-mile (1.6 km) spur route of State Road 5 (U.S. Route 1.) It is the northernmost Brevard County route, and also the shortest. From Interstate 95, it provides access to Oak Hill and Scottsmoor, the northernmost town in Brevard. However, at its eastern terminus, it isn't in the town limits of Scottsmoor. Geographically, it is bounded by Volusia County to the north, and Aurantia to the south. The western terminus is with an intersection with Interstate 95, although Stuckway Road continues west as a dirt road. The eastern terminus is with an intersection with U.S. Route 1/State Road 5 near Scottsmoor.

Major intersections

The entire route is in Volusia County.

Port Orange0.0000.000 (South Ridgewood Avenue / SR 5)
2.5214.057 (Dunlawton Avenue)
South Daytona6.1279.860 (Beville Road)
Daytona Beach8.19213.184 (West International Speedway Boulevard / SR 600)
9.41115.146 (Mason Avenue)
Ormond Beach14.10822.705 (West Granada Boulevard) to
15.61325.127 (SR 5)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also


  1. ^ a b FDOT straight line diagrams Archived March 6, 2014, at the Wayback Machine., accessed December 2013

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