Avenida Juan Ponce de León

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Highway 25
Juan Ponce de León Avenue
Route information
Maintained by Puerto Rico DTPW
Length 7.14 mi[citation needed] (11.49 km)
Major junctions
North end Fortaleza and Recinto Sur streets at Plaza de Colon, Old San Juan
 

PR-38 in Old San Juan
PR-1 in Puerta de Tierra
PR-26 in Miramar
PR-2 in Santurce

PR-22 in Minillas
PR-37 Santurce
PR-36 in Sagrado Corazon
PR-40 in Hato Rey
PR-23 in Hato Rey
PR-17 in Río Piedras
South end PR-3 (Infanteria Avenue) in Río Piedras
Highway system

Puerto Rico Highways

PR-24 PR-26

Juan Ponce de León Avenue, coextensive as Route PR-25 along its entire length, is one of the main avenues in the capital city of San Juan, Puerto Rico.

It is a one-way mostly three-lane road running from Old San Juan towards Río Piedras pueblo for most of its length, three and four lanes run through the Isleta de San Juan corridor. The only section that is not multilane is in Río Piedras pueblo.

Urban landscape[edit]

Institutional, cultural and emblematic buildings predominate along the avenue and is considered as one of the main arteries in shopping errands, community participation, cultural activities and of personnel training of the city, it also constitutes an attraction for its architecture.[1]

A stretch of Ponce de León avenue has been designated as the arts district. It starts in Miramar and continues towards Hato Rey for 4 miles.

References[edit]

  1. ^ www.prfrogui.com History of the Roads of Puerto Rico-(in Spanish)-Retrieved 18 May 2018.

External links[edit]

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