List of county roads in Volusia County, Florida

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County roads in Volusia County

Volusia County, Florida (located in central-east Florida), operates a system of county roads that serve all portions of the county. The Volusia County Public Works Department, Road and Bridge Division, is responsible for maintaining all of the Volusia County roads. Most of the county roads are city streets or rural roads. There are 1,563 miles (2,515 km) of county roads in Volusia County[1] (though not all have been assigned numbers).

The numbers and routes of all Florida highways are assigned by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), while county road numbers are assigned by the counties, with guidance from FDOT.[2] North-south routes are generally assigned odd numbers, while east-west routes are generally assigned even numbers.[3]


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No. Road Name(s) Direction and Termini Notes
CR A1A South Atlantic Ave.
Turtle Mound Road
S/N New Smyrna Beach Canaveral National Seashore former SR A1A[4]
CR 3 S/N former SR 3[5]
unsigned
CR 3 S/N US 17 US 17 former pre-1945 SR 3
inventoried by FDOT as CR 2825 (north of SR 40)
CR 15A North Spring Garden Avenue S/N US 17 (SR 15) & SR 15A SR 11 former SR 15A[4]
CR 92 International Speedway Boulevard W/E SR 15A Glenwood Springs US 17/92 North DeLand part of a truck bypass for US 92
CR 201 John Anderson Highway S/N Volusia-Flagler county line.
CR 305 Lake George Road
Bunnell Road
W/E Willow Point Boat Ramp Lake George Volusia-Flagler County Line. East of Seville former SR 305[4]
CR 415 Tomoka Farms Road S/N SR 44 US 92 former SR 415[4]
CR 421 Taylor Road W/E CR 415 I-95 Extension of SR 421
CR 430 Extension of SR 430
CR 442 Extension of SR 442
CR 483 Clyde Morris Boulevard S/N Extension of SR 483
CR 2001 Old Kings Highway S/N Volusia-Flagler county line.
CR 2002 SR A1A Volusia-Flagler county line.
CR 2803 John Anderson Drive S/N
CR 2813 Airport Road S/N SR 40 Ormond Beach US 1 Ormond Beach Access Road to Ormond Beach Municipal Airport
CR 2817 S/N CR 305 US 17 Seville area
CR 2820 Pine Tree Drive W/E US 1 National Gardens CR 4011 Tomoka State Park
CR 2831 S/N US 17 CR 305 Seville area
CR 2833 S/N Pierson area
CR 2851 Brownlee Road
Roulerson Road
S/N CR 2817 US 17 Seville area
CR 4001 Halifax Avenue S/N
CR 4009 Williamson Boulevard S/N CR 4118 Daytona Beach SR 40 Designated a "Scenic Thoroughfare" by City of Daytona Beach.[6]

Proposed southern extension to SR 44

CR 4011 S/N SR 430 Daytona Beach I-95 near Korona
CR 4013 S/N
CR 4015 Derbyshire Road S/N
CR 4017 Jimmy Ann Drive S/N S/CR 483 Daytona Beach CR 4019 Daytona Beach Designated a "Scenic Thoroughfare" by City of Daytona Beach.[6]
CR 4019 LPGA Boulevard
11th Street
W/E US 92 CR 4011
CR 4023 Lake Winona Boulevard S/N US 17 SR 40
CR 4026 Eighth Street W/E
CR 4030 Spring Garden Ranch Road
Arredondo Grant Road
W/E US 17 DeLeon Springs SR 11 Volusia County (rural area) Passes DeLeon Springs Heights
CR 4034 Blackwelder Road W/E US 17 North of DeLeon Springs SR 11 Volusia County (rural area) Passes Lake Winona
CR 4040 George W. Engram Blvd.
Fairview Avenue
Main Street
W/E S/CR 483 Daytona Beach SR A1A Daytona Beach Crosses Halifax River via Main Street Bridge; Main Street is host to Daytona Beach Bike Week, closing to automobiles during the event, to accommodate all of the visitors;[7][8][9][10][11] Main Street is also part of the Seabreeze Historic District[12][13][14]
CR 4047 Marsh Road S/N US 92 DeLand SR 11 East side of DeLand Municipal Airport
CR 4050 Orange Avenue
Silver Beach Avenue
W/E SR 5A Daytona Beach SR A1A Daytona Beach Crosses Halifax River via Veterans Memorial Bridge; Silver Beach Avenue is part of the South Peninsula Historic District and some of Orange Avenue is part of the South Beach Street Historic District[12][13]
CR 4053 Grand Avenue S/N SR 44 DeLand Junction US 17 DeLeon Springs former SR 40A[4]
East side of Lake Woodruff NWR
CR 4068 Bellevue Avenue Extension W/E US 92 Daytona Beach SR 483 Daytona Beach South Side of Daytona Beach International Airport
CR 4072 Big Tree Road W/E US 1
CR 4075 South Atlantic Avenue S/N Ponce de Leon Inlet SR A1A Daytona Beach Shores
CR 4078 Reed Canal Road W/E US 1
CR 4079
CR 4089
CR 4093 Turnbull Bay Road W/E CR 4118 Port Orange US 1/SR A1A New Smyrna Beach West of New Smyrna Beach Municipal Airport
CR 4101 N Kentucky Avenue W/E CR 4101 Orange City Deltona
CR 4110 Old New York Avenue W/E CR 4125 SR 44 Road to DeLand Junction
CR 4116 W/E
CR 4118 Pioneer Trail W/E SR 44 BUS SR 44 former SR 40A[4]
CR 4125
CR 4133 Saxon Drive S/N
CR 4135 Riverside Drive S/N US 1 Edgewater
CR 4136 West Park Avenue W/E CR 4137 CR 4135 Edgewater
CR 4137 Old Mission Road S/N State Road 442 SR 44?
CR 4139 Macy Avenue S/N former SR 430A[4]
CR 4142
CR 4143
CR 4145 East Graves Avenue
Howland Boulevards
W/E US 17/92 Orange City SR 415 Deltona former SR 430A (west of CR 4101)[4]
CR 4146 Saxon Boulevard W/E US 17/92 CR 4162
CR 4147 Volco Road
Beacon Light Road
S/N CR 4164 Oak Hill US 1 Nucomer
CR 4148 Newmark Drive W/E
CR 4152
CR 4153 S/N CR 5758 CR 4152
CR 4154
CR 4155
CR 4156 Enterprise Road US 17/92 Orange City CR 4162 Enterprise
CR 4157
CR 4158
CR 4162 Dirksen Avenue
DeBary Avenue
W/E US 17/92 Bensen Junction SR 415 Osteen
CR 4164 Osteen-Maytown Road
Maytown Road
West Halifax Avenue
W/E SR 415 Osteen US 1 Oak Hill
CR 5758 Enterprise-Osteen Road W/E CR 4162 Enterprise SR 415 Osteen

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Volusia County Public Works Department, Road and Bridge Division". Retrieved 2011-01-17. 
  2. ^ "Florida Department of Transportation, Highway Systems, Numbering and Jurisdiction". Retrieved 2011-01-17. 
  3. ^ "Florida Department of Transportation, Road Jurisdiction and Numbering Handbook". Retrieved 2011-01-17. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h General Highway Map, Volusia County, July 1973, reprinted December 1982: sheet 1, sheet 2
  5. ^ 1945 renumbering document: "Then Northwesterly via Shiloh to a point on SR 5 approximately one mile South of Oak Hill in Volusia County."
  6. ^ a b Scenic Thoroughfare Classification - Daytona Beach, Florida - Land Development Code
  7. ^ Page, Roby (2005). Bike Week at Daytona Beach: Bad Boys and Fancy Toys (1st ed.). Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi. p. 84. ISBN 9781578067640. 
  8. ^ Davis, Alan S.; Thompson, Chuck. The Fun Seeker's North America: The Ultimate Travel Fuide to the Most Fun (2nd ed.). San Francisco,: Greenline Publications. pp. 46–9. ISBN 9780966635270. 
  9. ^ Madden, Donna. Sweet Machines & Bike Night Scenes. pp. 9–10. 
  10. ^ Cardwell, Harold D. (2002). Daytona Beach: 100 Years of Racing. Images of America. Charleston, SC: Arcadia. p. 123. ISBN 9780738514277. 
  11. ^ Garson, Paul (2003). Born To Be Wild: A History of the American Biker and Bikes, 1947–2002. New York: Simon & Schuster. pp. 141–2. ISBN 9780743225236. 
  12. ^ a b Gold, Pleasant Daniel (1927). History of Volusia County, Florida. DeLand, FL: The E. O. Painter Printing Co. [page needed]
  13. ^ a b Centennial History of Volusia County, Florida (1854–1954). Volusia County Historical Commission. [page needed]
  14. ^ "Residents Remember Old Town of Seabreeze". The Daytona Beach News-Journal. December 15, 1997.