Hidden Designation

Some articles on hidden designation:

List Of State Roads In Florida - A1A–199
... SR 8 I-10, Alabama state line I-95, Jacksonville 362.262 Hidden designation of I-10 in Florida SR 8A US 98/SR 30, Pensacola I-10/SR 8, Pensacola 6.341 Hidden designation of I-110 in Florida SR ... SR 10 US 90, Alabama state line, near Pensacola SR A1A, Atlantic Beach Hidden designation of US 90 ALT, north of Pensacola and US 90 from Pensacola ... Terrace US 301/SR 39/CR 41, Zephyrhills Hidden designation of US 301 from Temple Terrace to Zephyrhills SR 43 SR 44 US 19/US 98/SR 55, Crystal River US 1/SR A1A/SR 5, New Smyrna Beach SR ...
List Of State Roads In Florida - 400-599
... Length Active dates Notes SR 400 I-4 / I-275 / SR 93, Tampa US 1 / SR 5, Daytona Beach 137.03 Hidden designation of I-4 in Florida SR 401 SR A1A/SR 528, Cape Canaveral Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Cape ... US 98 / SR 55, Chiefland US 192 / SR A1A, Indialantic Hidden designation of US 27 ALT from Chiefland to Williston, US 27 from Williston to Ocala, US 441 from Ocala to Kissimmee, US 192 from ... Petersburg 1.34 1979–present Hidden designation of I-375 in St ...
U.S. Route 98 In Florida
... The hidden designation for most of US 98 across the panhandle of the state of Florida is State Road 30 ... Between Perry and Chassahowitzka the hidden designation is State Road 55 ... Between Chassahowitzka and Palm Beach, the hidden designation is State Road 700 ...

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