Puerto Rico Highway 14
|Maintained by DTOP|
|Existed||1886 (as the old Carretera Central)–present|
|North end||PR-1 in Cayey|
|South end||PR-1 in Plaza Las Delicias, Ponce|
|Puerto Rico Highways
Puerto Rico Highway 14 is a main highway connecting Cayey, Puerto Rico to Ponce, Puerto Rico. The road runs the same course as the historic Carretera Central. The Coamo-to-Ponce section of PR-14 was built under the direction of Spanish engineer Raimundo Camprubí Escudero (b. Pamplona 15 March 1846 - d. Madrid 1924).
Except in the city of Ponce where, with the exception of the Ponce Historic Zone, the road is a 4-lane road, the rest of PR-14 is a two-lane country road as it makes its way through the four towns it runs through, Juana Diaz, Coamo, Aibonito and Cayey. PR-14 is one of the roads that lead into the Ponce Historic Zone.
*Km markers 20.0 to 35.0 require field verification.
- Carretera Militar/Military Road Porto Rico. Overland Monthly and Out West Magazine. Page 321. Retrieved 27 July 2013.
|Cayey||||35.0||21.7||PR-1 – Cayey|
|||30.0||18.6||PR-206 – Cayey, Aibonito|
|Aibonito||||25.0||15.5||PR-721 – Aibonito|
|Coamo||||20.0||12.4||PR-138 – Coamo, Santa Isabel|
|Juana Diaz||||13.7||8.5||PR-149 north – Villalba|
|||13.7||8.5||PR-149 south – Juana Diaz|
|Ponce||||9.9||6.2||PR-511 north – Jayuya|
|||8.8||5.5||PR-506 south (Coto Laurel) – Ponce|
|||4.8||3.0||PR-10 north – Adjuntas|
|||4.6||2.9||PR-10 south (Mercedita) – Ponce|
|||4.6||2.9||PR-139 north – Jayuya|
|||4.6||2.9||PR-505 (Barrio San Patricio) – Ponce|
|||2.6||1.6||PR-12 south (Barrio Playa) – Ponce|
|||0.8||0.50||PR-1 (Barrio Segundo) – Ponce|