Florida State Road 794

Florida State Road 794

State Road 794 (SR 794) is a 2.87-mile (4.62 km) long east–west street in Boca Raton, Florida, USA. Locally known as Yamato Road and more rarely Northwest 51st Street, the western terminus of SR 794 is an intersection with Military Trail (CR 809) near the T-Rex Technology Center of Boca Raton and Broken Sound Golf Course; the eastern terminus is an intersection with Federal Highway (U.S. Route 1 and unsigned State Road 5) just east of Dixie Highway. SR 794 is primarily an access road between Interstate 95 (unsigned State Road 9) and US 1. Within 1-mile (1.6 km) of its termini are Lynn University and Boca Raton Airport. To the west of Military Trail, Yamato continues 6.4 miles (10.3 km) westward without state or county road designation until its terminus at U.S. Route 441 in a residential development just west of Boca Raton.

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Florida State Road 794 - Major Intersections
... Mile km Destinations Notes 0.00 0.00 CR 809 (Military Trail) / Yamato Road east Western terminus Yamato Road continues westward as an arterial boulevard Former SR 809 1.17 1.88 CR 807 north (Congre ...

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