Florida State Road 589

Florida State Road 589

The Veterans Expressway and Suncoast Parkway (State Road 589) is a north–south toll road near the Florida Gulf Coast. Maintained and operated by Florida's Turnpike Enterprise, this 57-mile (92 km) transportation corridor extends from State Road 60 in Tampa, north to U.S. Route 98 near Chassahowitzka. The Veterans Expressway was built to accommodate the increasing commuter traffic in the Tampa-St. Petersburg metropolitan area, with the Suncoast Parkway opening in 2001, extending from near the northern terminus of the Veterans Expressway to US Route 98, with a possible northern extension to U.S. Route 19/U.S. Route 98 in Crystal River in Citrus County in the planning and development stages.

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Florida State Road 589 - Exit List
... Hillsborough Tampa I-275 (Kennedy Blvd) / SR 60 east – Tampa Southern terminus of SR 589 Roadway continues east as SR 60 southbound exit and northbound entrance 1A Tampa International Airport via. 6A Waters Avenue Anderson Toll Plaza ($1.00, $0.75 with SunPass) 4.694 6B Anderson Road 5.653 7 Linebaugh Avenue West Northbound exit and southbound entrance 6.250 8 Wilsky Boulevard Southbound. 54 – Land O' Lakes, Odessa Anclote Toll Plaza ($1.00) 24 CR 524 (Ridge Road) Shady Hills 27.154 27 SR 52 – Hudson, Dade City, San Antonio Spring Hill Toll Plaza ($1.00) 35.937 37 CR 578 (County ...

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