Four blocks south of Princeton Street at the signalized intersection with New Hampshire Street on Florida 527 (Orange Avenue). New Hampshire Street stems west a few blocks to the College Park area of Orlando. Photo taken 08/16/08.
Florida 527 splits into one-way street couplets through downtown Orlando. Southbound follows all of Orange Avenue; northbound utilizes a combination of Rosalind and Magnolia Avenue. Pictured here is Orange Avenue southbound near junction Florida 526 (Robinson Street). An Interstate 4 trailblazer advises motorists to remain along Florida 527 south to South Street west. Photo taken 07/29/06.
Florida 526 shields posted at Orange Avenue south at Robinson Street. Florida 526 uses Robinson Street west to Hughey Street at Interstate 4 and east to Crystal Lake Drive near Orlando Executive Airport (ORD). Photo taken 07/29/06.
Reassurance marker for Florida 527 posted between Robinson and Jefferson Streets. Photo taken 07/29/06.
Interstate 4 "Florida" trailblazer posted on Florida 527 (Orange Avenue) south at Pine Street. This shield was originally located on a different light post (see the following photo), but survived. It has significance in the road enthusiast community because of the state name addition! Photos taken 07/29/06.
Glitzy condominium and office high rises join the downtown Orlando skyline during the 2000s. Compare this photograph and the glass high-rise on the southeast corner of Pine and Robinson Streets with the vacant lot just two years prior. Photo taken 07/29/06.
The same Interstate 4 "Florida" westbound trailblazer on Orange Avenue southbound in 2004. Note the assembly still lacked an arrow! Photo taken 01/13/04.
Southbound Florida 527 (Orange Avenue) at Anderson Street. Anderson Street flows eastbound only from a half-diamond interchange with Interstate 4 to the East-West Expressway (Florida 408 Toll). Photo taken 11/05/06.
Florida 527 nears Lake Lucerne and the Florida 408 Toll viaduct. A westbound Florida 408 Toll trailblazer directs drivers onto Lucerne Circle west, but to what on-ramp, it is unclear! Lucerne Circle encircles Lake Lucerne and the Florida 527 bridges across the water. Photo taken 11/05/06.
Old 36" signals positioned above the Florida 527 (Orange Avenue) southbound intersection with Lucerne Circle North. Lucerne Circle North branches west from Magnolia Avenue to Lucerne Circle West. Photo taken 11/05/06.
Passing underneath the East-West Expressway viaduct by Lake Lucerne on Florida 527 (Orange Avenue) south. Orange Avenue combines with Rosalind Avenue (Florida 527 north) over the lake. Photo taken 11/05/06.
Interstate 4 trailblazer posted at the intersection of Orange Avenue south at Gore Street. Gore Street ventures west a short distance to Division Avenue and the westbound on-ramp to Interstate 4. Photo taken 11/05/06.
Orange County 527 south
Continuing south from the Town Center Boulevard intersection on unsigned Orange County 527 (Orange Avenue). Photo taken 05/03/08.
Orange County 527 ascends and crosses Florida's Turnpike. Photos taken 05/03/08.
Unsigned Orange County 527 becomes unsigned Osceola County 527 in a undeveloped area north of Kissimmee. Photo taken 05/03/08.
Osceola County 527 draws to a close at junction Osceola County 522 (Dart Boulevard). Osceola County 522 doubles as Osceola Parkway, an east-west arterial from Buenaventura Lakes to Walt Disney World. Photo taken 05/03/08.
Osceola Parkway provides access to Exit 249 of Florida's Turnpike to the east and U.S. 17-92-441 (Orange Blossom Trail) to the west. Osceola County 522 also constitutes a high speed route to Interstate 4 and Walt Disney World via its tolled expressway portion. Photo taken 05/03/08.
No signs are posted for Osceola County 527 at its end. A new strip mall ties into the intersection from the south side of Dart Boulevard. Dart Boulevard does have some access control, but many commercial developments line its frontage. Photo taken 05/03/08.