Thursday, June 6, 2013

Pre-1945 state roads 1-20

One useful source is a 1939 list published by the SRD. I had previously taken notes on all the laws, but this combines them in one handy booklet.

Note that many of the legislatively-defined routes were never built or never acquired by the state. This is especially true of higher numbers.

#yearfromtovia (post-1945)
11923AlabamaJacksonville10 Alabama to Pensacola
10A through Pensacola
10 Pensacola to Quincy
12 Quincy to Havana
12 around Havana (now 159)
63 Havana to Tallahassee
10 Tallahassee to Jacksonville
branch from Pensacola to Flomaton became 7 in 1925
1-A1927PensacolaEscambia Bay bridge291
to be used as a detour for SR 1 during construction
missing from the 1939 list (it's not clear if the law intended for it to be a permanent state road) but appears on maps
1-Alt.19391 at Gadsden and 17th, Pensacola (note that 1 cut diagonally across Andalusia Square)1 at O and Cervantes, Pensacola30 on 17th Street
Gregory Street (now partly 30)
292 on O Street
1-B19391 at Elmira Street, MiltonCanal Street at Milton town limitsElmira Street
Oak Street
Canal Street (now partly 191)
former alignment of 1, at least on Canal Street
21923GeorgiaFort Myers25 Georgia to Leesburg
44 Leesburg to Eustis
19 Eustis to Mount Dora
500 Mount Dora to Kissimmee
600 Kissimmee to Haines City
544 Haines City to Winter Haven
555 Winter Haven to Bartow
35 Bartow to Arcadia
31 Arcadia to Olga
80 Olga to Fort Myers
21923LeesburgLakeland25 Leesburg to Okahumpka
33 Okahumpka to Lakeland
21925Silver Lake ForksMount Dora500
21931ColemanLeesburg468 Coleman to Bamboo
50 Bamboo to Leesburg
21931Dade CityLeesburgunbuilt Dade City via Clay Sink to Linden
50 Linden to Mabel
county roads Mabel to Center Hill (now partly 478)
48 Center Hill to Okahumpka
33/25 Okahumpka to Leesburg
defined to follow the west side of the railroad (now partly 475) from Coleman to Bushnell, but maps show 2 on current 35 via Sumterville
21931ColemanLakeland35 Coleman to Sumterville
471 Sumterville to Socrum
35 Socrum to Lakeland
Sumterville to Webster was defined in 1927 as 70
numbered 124 from 1927 to 1935
2-A19392 south of Gainesville2 north of Gainesville329 south of Gainesville
20 north of Gainesville
north portion is probably old 2
31923GeorgiaOrlando5 Georgia to Jacksonville
211 Jacksonville to north of Orange Park
15 north of Orange Park to Orlando
3-A19353 in MaitlandOrange-Osceola County line527
former alignment of 2 and 3
only defined from Winter Park to Orlando until 1939
41923GeorgiaMiami15 Georgia to Jacksonville
5 Jacksonville to Miami
815 in Miami
4-A1925MiamiKey West5
51923High SpringsFort Myers45 High Springs to Tampa
43 Tampa to Palmetto
45 Palmetto to Fort Myers
51931Dade CityDenham52 Dade City to San Antonio
577 San Antonio to Wesley Chapel
54 Wesley Chapel to Denham
5-A1925High SpringsPerry20
Perry to Branford was defined as 29 in 1923
5-S.E.1939Crystal RiverWest Palm Beach44 Crystal River to Inverness
45 Inverness to Floral City
39 Floral City to Nobleton
Croom Rital Road Nobleton to Rital
700 Rital to Trilby
35 Trilby to Fort Meade
700 Fort Meade to Frostproof
17 Frostproof to De Soto City
66 De Soto City to Okeechobee (now 700)
710 Okeechobee to West Palm Beach
similar idea as present 700, providing a diagonal across the peninsula
completely followed other state roads: 22-5-264-23-34-2-30-8-59-29-117
61923AlabamaPort St. Joe75/73 Alabama to Marianna
71 Marianna to Port St. Joe
extended to Apalachicola along 10 until 1925
7 was not defined in 1923, but the route was part of 1
81923Haines CityFort Pierce17 Haines City to Childs
70 Childs to Fort Pierce
91923Georgia35 near Shady Grove53 Georgia to Madison
14 Madison to Shady Grove
101923GeorgiaPensacola61 Georgia to Tallahassee
363 Tallahassee to Wakulla
365 Wakulla to Shadeville
61 Shadeville to Medart
375 Medart to Sopchoppy
377 Sopchoppy to northeast of Lanark
30 northeast of Lanark to Laguna Beach
79 Laguna Beach to Ebro
20 Ebro to Niceville
85 Niceville to Valparaiso
397 Valparaiso to Eglin AFB
85 Eglin AFB to Fort Walton Beach
30 Fort Walton Beach to Navarre
87 Navarre to Milton
10 Milton to Pensacola
went only to Eastpoint until 1925 (replaced 6 from Apalachicola to Port St. Joe)
101925Wakullanortheast of Lanark363 Wakulla to southeast of Wakulla
30 southeast of Wakulla to northeast of Lanark (now partly 363; portion from St. Marks to Panacea unbuilt)
went Woodville-Newport-St. Marks until 1931; Wakulla-St. Marks cutoff bypassing Newport defined in 1927 as 101 and became part of 10 in 1931
also part of 129
101931southeast of WakullaWaukeenah30 southeast of Wakulla to Newport
59 Newport to Wacissa
259 Wacissa to Waukeenah
10-A19351 east of Tallahassee10 south of Tallahassee265
10-A1937PerryTallahassee30 Perry to Cabbage Grove (Perry-Hampton Springs was not part of 30 in 1945)
unbuilt Cabbage Grove to Cody
259 Cody to Tallahassee
10-B193710 at Everitt Avenue10 at Cherry Street30A
10-B193910 near St. Teresa10 near Metcalf Point; 10 near McIntyre370 (branch to St. Teresa unbuilt)
10-C193710 in St. Andrews20 in Panama City30A

10-D193910-BPanama City Municipal Docksunbuilt
ended at Monticello until 1925
121923GeorgiaEastpoint65 Georgia to Quincy
12 Quincy to Bristol
67 Bristol to Woods
379 Woods to Sumatra
65 Sumatra to Eastpoint
defined in 1923 from Bristol to Georgia via Telogia, Hosford, and Quincy; rerouted in 1925 via Greensboro and extended to Eastpoint; maps show that it continued to serve Telogia and Hosford (turning south from Greensboro) until 1933, when 135 and 136 were extended past Telogia and 12 was placed on a more direct route through Bristol
131923Cedar KeyAtlantic Ocean at Fernandina24 Cedar Key to Waldo
200 Waldo to Fernandina
ended at Baldwin until 1925, Yulee until 1927
141923500 near Old TownSt. Augustine26 Old Town to Gainesville
20 Gainesville to Palatka
206 Palatka to Hastings
13 Hastings to Spuds
207 Spuds to St. Augustine
went from Gainesville to Hastings in 1923; extended west to Old Town in 1925 and east to Crescent Beach in 1931; rerouted to St. Augustine in 1935 (replacing part of 189, which was defined in 1931 but had been the alignment of 4; old route to Crescent Beach became 14-A)
14-A1935Deep CreekCrescent Beach206
defined as part of 14 in 1931
another 14-A shows up on a 1930s Alachua County map but does not seem to have been defined by law
15192310 southeast of WakullaSt. Petersburg30 southeast of Wakulla to Newport
unbuilt Newport to Adams Beach
361 Adams Beach to near Big Grassy Island
unbuilt near Big Grassy Island to Inglis
55 Inglis to Holiday
595 Holiday to St. Petersburg
went from Brooksville to St. Petersburg in 1923; north end changed to Newport in 1925 (replacing part of 16; branch to Brooksville was kept) and extended to 10 in 1935
1519235 north of BrooksvilleWeeki Wachee45A north of Brooksville
50 Brooksville to Weeki Wachee
extended north from Brooksville in 1935
formerly part of 81 (Chiefland-Lebanon Station, 1927) and 81-A (Lebanon Station-Inglis, 1931)
15-A1935WakullaPanacea; Perry267 Wakulla to Newport
Newport Road Newport to St. Marks
30 St. Marks to Panacea (unbuilt)
30 Newport to Wacissa River (eventually built a bit to the south, between 15 and 15-A)
unbuilt Wacissa River to Hampton Springs
30 Hampton Springs to Perry (not part of 30 in 1945)
only defined from Wakulla to Newport in 1935; extensions both ways from Newport added in 1937 (most of Newport-Panacea was already part of 10)
161923OcalaRed Level40 Ocala to Juliette
45 Juliette to Dunnellon
488 Dunnellon to Red Level
continued south to 15 at Aripeka in 1923; cut back to Crystal River in 1925 and relocated to Red Level by 1939 (absorbing 168, Dunnellon to Red Level, defined 1931)
16-A1931JulietteYankeetownunbuilt Juliette to west of Dunnellon
40 west of Dunnellon to Yankeetown
171923Deer ParkClearwaterunbuilt Deer Park to Haines City
600 Haines City to Tampa
580 Tampa to Bridgeport
590 Bridgeport to Clearwater
extended east from Haines City to Deer Park in 1927; east end may have been relocated to Holopaw in 1943 (need to look up chapter 21897)
181923BradentonChildsManatee Avenue (now 64)/Palma Sola Boulevard/684 (also part of 18-A) Bradenton to Bradenton Beach
780 Bradenton Beach to Old Myakka (now 789 west of Sarasota)
Clay Gully Road Old Myakka to Pine Level
70 Pine Level to Childs
Sarasota to Bradenton added in 1935
18-A1925Anna MariaPine Level684 Anna Maria to Bradenton
70 Bradenton to Pine Level
extended west from Bradenton in 1935
also defined to run south from Bradenton Beach to the Manatee-Sarasota County line, but this was also part of 18 and does not appear on maps as 18-A
19 was renumbered 500 in 1939 (due to confusion with US 19) but 19-A remained
19-A1937500 northwest of Perry500 south of Perryunbuilt northwest of Perry
55 through and south of Perry (also part of 35)
2019236 northeast of CottondaleHarrison at Beach, Panama City75
originally went only south from Cottondale; extended to 6 in 1925
20-A194120 at 11th Street in Panama City10 in St. Andrews22 (now 28)
20-B1937Nixon500 at Sugar CreekScotts Ferry Road/CCC Road 16 Nixon to Little Cypress Creek
unbuilt Little Cypress Creek to Sugar Creek
What was legislated as 20-C in 1937 was instead numbered as part of 10-C by the SRD (the part east of State Convict Camp 37)
20-D193920 in Panama City10-DBeach Drive, Cherry Street, unbuilt

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