State Road 472

Florida 472 constitutes a short connector, providing a four-lane route between Interstate 4 at Deltona and U.S. 17 & 92 at DeLand.

Florida 472 East
Florida 472 begins at a trumpet interchange midway between Orange City and DeLand along U.S. 17 & 92. Photo taken 05/15/08.
Drivers quickly turn easterly and pass over U.S. 17 & 92 on Florida 472. Photo taken 05/15/08.
The state road widens to four lanes with a grassy median as it leaves the U.S. 17 & 92 interchange. Photo taken 05/15/08.
A handful of at-grade intersections lie along Florida 472, including one with Minnesota Avenue and Durfey Avenue south. Photo taken 05/15/08.
Volusia County 4101 (Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Beltway) ties into Florida 472 as the Deland bypass. The county road provides connections to Volusia County 4139 one half mile to the north for Cassadaga. Photo taken 05/15/08.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Beltway carries Volusia County 4101 south from Florida 472 to Volusia County 4145 (Graves Avenue) east of Orange City. Photo taken 05/15/08.
One half mile east of Volusia County 4104 is the folded-cloverleaf interchange with Interstate 4 (Exit 114). Photo taken 05/15/08.

Interstate 4 enters the Deltona and Orange City area from Daytona Beach to the north and Sanford to the south. Photo taken 05/15/08.
A trumpet interchange originally ended Florida 472 with Interstate 4 at Exit 114. Construction altered the junction during the mid-2000's in conjunction with the Howland Boulevard extension of Volusia County 4145. Photo taken 05/15/08.

Page Updated December 1, 2008.

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