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Florida State Road 15

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State Road 15 marker

State Road 15
Route information
Maintained by FDOT
Length340.594 mi[2][3] (548.133 km)
Major junctions
South end SR 80 / CR 880 in Belle Glade
  SR 50 in Orlando
North end
US 1.svg
US 23.svg
US 301.svg
Georgia 4.svg
Georgia 15.svg
US 1 / US 23 / US 301 / SR 4 / SR 15 at Georgia state line, northwest of Hilliard
Highway system
SR 14SR 15A
SR 15 north at SR 5098 in Orlando
SR 15 north at SR 5098 in Orlando

State Road 15 (SR 15) is part of the Florida State Road System.

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Route description

SR 15 runs from SR 80/SR 880 at Belle Glade north along the east shore of Lake Okeechobee to Okeechobee. Then it runs north to SR 500 (US 192) at Holopaw, and northwest along SR 500 to Ashton (east of St. Cloud), where it ends.

County Road 15 in Osceola County and Orange County connects to the beginning of the next section, at SR 528 (the Bee Line Expressway) east of Orlando International Airport. From there, SR 15 travels north on Narcoossee Road, west on Hoffner Road, north on Conway Road through Conway, west on Lake Underhill Road, and west on South Street (northbound) and Anderson Street (southbound) on both sides of SR 408 to downtown Orlando. It then travels north on Mills Avenue and follows US 17 all the way to downtown Jacksonville. From there it follows Interstate 95 to the Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway, and then northwest into Georgia, as Georgia State Route 15.

SR 15 is practically unsigned, except in two places:

The rest is signed as various U.S. Highways:


Prior to the 1945 renumbering, the route that became SR 15 had the following numbers:

SR 15 was defined in the 1945 renumbering as:

Neither proposed route was built. The alternate route in Seminole County was going to be a bypass of Sanford, but construction of SR 400 (Interstate 4) relegated it to a minor road, and it became CR 15 in the 1980s.

The main route has stayed mostly the same. Here are the places where the route now differs:

  • The south end of SR 15 has stayed the same, but SR 80 has moved to the north, and thus the first three miles (5 km) of SR 15 is also SR 80.
  • SR 15 is now CR 15 in Osceola County and Orange County from SR 500 in Ashton to SR 528 east of Orlando International Airport.
  • SR 15 originally went from Conway to Orlando along Conway Road, but then turned west at Curry Ford Road and used Briercliff Drive, Delaney Avenue, and Gore Street to reach SR 527. The part of the old alignment on Curry Ford Road became part of SR 526A when SR 15 was moved.
  • Until around 1975, when the Mills Avenue Extension was built, SR 15 continued west from Mills Avenue along what is now SR 5098, and then went north on SR 527 through downtown Orlando, returning to the current route via SR 50.
  • When the 20th Street Expressway was built in Jacksonville, SR 15 was rerouted onto it; the old route is now SR 139 (and was first given the number SR 15A).

Major intersections

Palm BeachBelle Glade0.0000.000 CR 880 east (Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard)
SR 80 west (South Main Street)
south end of SR 80 overlap
0.2420.389East Canal Street South (SR 717 east)south end of SR 717 overlap
0.2900.467 SR 717 west (West Canal Street North)north end of SR 717 overlap
3.0104.844 US 98 east / US 441 south / SR 80 east / SR 812 west (Hooker Highway / truck route) – Pahokee, Canal Point, West Palm Beachnorth end of SR 80 overlap; south end of US 98 / US 441 overlap
see US 441 (mile 93.270-218.622)
OsceolaSt. Cloud128.362206.579 US 192 west / US 441 north (SR 500 north) / Hickory Tree Road (CR 534)north end of US 192 / US 441 overlap; north end of state maintenance (south end of CR 15)
county line
Orlando135.759[3]218.483Boggy Creek Road (CR 530 west) – Kissimmee
Orange139.6[4]224.7 SR 417 – Orlando, Sanford, Tampa, AirportSR 417 exit 22
143.342[3]230.687 SR 528 to I-4 – Cocoa, Kennedy Space Center, International AirportSR 528 exit 13; north end of CR 15; south (signed) end of SR 15
144.776232.994Lee Vista Boulevardsouth end of state maintenance
145.950234.884 To SR 551 / Goldenrod Road
147.337237.116 SR 436 (Semoran Boulevard)
Belle Isle148.588239.129 CR 506 (Conway Road south / Hoffner Road west)
Orlando151.610243.993 SR 552 east (Curry Ford Road)
152.522245.460 SR 408 west / CR 526 east (Lake Underhill Road)SR 408 exit 13
153.367246.820 SR 408 eastSR 408 exit 12B
153.516247.060 Crystal Lake Drive – Orlando Executive Airportformer SR 526 west
154.017247.866 SR 408 westSR 408 exit 12A
154.774249.085 SR 408 east / Mills Avenue south / South Street west – TitusvilleSR 408 exit 11B; former SR 5098 west
155.369250.042 SR 526 (Robinson Street) to SR 50 west
155.873250.853 US 17 south / US 92 west / SR 50 (Colonial Drive / SR 600 west) to I-4no left turn northbound; south end of US 17 / US 92 / SR 600 overlap
see US 17 (mile 138.894-285.5), I-95 (mile 351.186-353.929)
DuvalJacksonville303.90[3]489.08 I-95 north (SR 9 north / SR 115 north) / US 1 south (M.L. King Jr. Parkway / SR 115 south) – International Airport, Savannahnorth end of I-95 / SR 9 overlap; south end of US 1 overlap; SR 15 follows exit 354B from I-95
see US 1 (mile 508.57-545.03)
NassauBoulogne340.594548.133 US 1 north / US 23 north / US 301 north / SR 4 north / SR 15 north – Folkston, Nahunta, WaycrossGeorgia state line (St. Marys River bridge)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ "New Numbers on State Roads". Miami Daily News. September 29, 1946. p. 8. Retrieved December 19, 2019 – via open access
  2. ^ a b FDOT straight line diagrams Archived March 6, 2014, at the Wayback Machine, accessed January 2014
  3. ^ a b c d FDOT GIS data Archived 2008-12-11 at the Wayback Machine, accessed January 2014
  4. ^ Google Maps distance
This page was last edited on 19 December 2019, at 18:50
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