Orange Blossom Trail

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Osceola County, Florida - Transportation - Current Major Highways - Surface Roads
... US 441 (Orange Blossom Trail/Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway) / US 17/US 92 (Orange Blossom Trail) US 192/SR 530 (Vine/Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway ...
John Young Parkway - Route Description
... at an interchange with SR 408 and heads north towards Orange Blossom Trail ... It then changes names to Lee Road east of Orange Blossom Trail to its terminus at U.S ... South of State Road 423's southern terminus, John Young Parkway, known as Orange County Road 423 continues south towards I-4, the Beachline Expressway and the Southern Connector ...
U.S. Route 441 In Florida - Route Description - Kissimmee To Mount Dora
... At Kissimmee US 441 separates from US 192 and joins US 17/92, here known as the Orange Blossom Trail or OBT ... Immediately after entering Orange County, it intersects the Central Florida GreeneWay (exit 11) ... Here, US 17/92 turns east onto State Road 50 while US 441 continues north on the Orange Blossom Trail ...

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