U.S. 441 South - Kissimmee to Miami


U.S. 441 South
U.S. 98 east, U.S. 441 south, and Florida 80 east continue across one of the South Florida Water Management canals at the western fringe of the city of Wellington. Swampy areas south of the highway are a part of storm water treatment areas of the South Florida Water Management district. Photo taken 02/16/08.
An eastbound weigh station resides within U.S. 98-441 & Florida 80's median near the first residential areas of the West Palm Beach metropolitan area. Photo taken 02/16/08.
Nearing the traffic light with Lion Country Safari Road north on U.S. 98-441 & Florida 80 east. Photo taken 02/16/08.
Lion Country Safari Road leads north from U.S. 98-441 & Florida 80 to Lion Country Safari, an amusement park, preserve, zoo, and campground facility. Photo taken 02/16/08.
Seminole Pratt & Whitney Road stems north through a large grid of residential streets in Palm Beach County to J.W. Corbett Wildlife Management Area. Photo taken 02/16/08.
Binks Forest Drive travels south to Greenview Shores Boulevard through one of many golf course communities in Wellington. B Road constitutes a rural through road north into the city of Loxahatchee Groves. Photo taken 02/16/08.
Now straddling the city line between Loxahatchee Groves to the north and Wellington the south after Loxahatchee Avenue on U.S. 98-441 & Florida 80 east. Photo taken 02/16/08.

Interstate 95 and Florida's Turnpike trailblazers posted along Southern Boulevard east of E Road. Photo taken 02/16/08.
F Road enters from rural residential areas of Loxahatchee Groves north of U.S. 98-441 & Florida 80 to become Big Blue Trace southward into densely packed subdivisions in Wellington. Photo taken 02/16/08.
U.S. 98 east, U.S. 441 south, and Florida 80 remain well signed along South Boulevard Photo taken 02/16/08.
Continuing east from Palms West Parkway, U.S. 98-441 & Florida 80 now straddle the Royal Palm Beach and Wellington city line through to their split. Photo taken 02/16/08.
Entering the intersection with Forest Hill Boulevard south and Crestwood Boulevard north is this Florida's Turnpike trailblazer. Crestwood Boulevard meanders northward through Royal Palm Beach to Royal Palm Beach Boulevard through a bevy of subdivisions and golf course communities. Photo taken 02/16/08.
Forest Hill Boulevard curves southeast through a number of residential communities to U.S. 441 at Florida 882's western terminus. Photo taken 02/16/08.
Southern Boulevard (U.S. 98-441 & Florida 80) expands to six overall lanes east of Crestwood & Forest Hill Boulevards. Photo taken 02/16/08.
Royal Palm Beach Boulevard constitutes an arterial leading north through the city to unincorporated areas north of 40th Street North. Little Ranches Trail provides a connector between Southern Boulevard and Acme Road to the south. Photo taken 02/16/08.
U.S. 98-441 & Florida 80 expand to eight lanes from the intersection with Royal Palm Beach Boulevard eastward. Photo taken 02/16/08.
Lamstein Lane spurs north from Southern Boulevard alongside a power line corridor. Photo taken 02/16/08.
The congested intersection that composed the split between U.S. 441 south from U.S. 98 & Florida 80 east was upgraded to a single point urban interchange (SPUI) in 2008. Now all travelers headed east toward Florida's Turnpike, Interstate 95, and West Palm Beach continue uninterrupted across U.S. 441 and Florida 7. Photo taken 02/16/08.
U.S. 441 joins Florida 7 south to east Wellington, west Boca Raton, and Miami at the SPUI. Florida 7 continues north two miles to Florida 704's eastbound beginning (Okeechobee Road) at West Palm Beach. Photo taken 02/16/08.
Passing over U.S. 441 south and Florida 7 along the continuation of Southern Boulevard east. This SPUI was fully open to traffic by October 2008. Photo taken 02/16/08.
Entering the commercialized intersection with Florida 808's western terminus, Glades Road, on U.S. 441 & Florida 7 southbound in unincorporated West Boca Raton. Florida 808 travels 7.6 miles east to U.S. 1 in Boca Raton. Glades Road continues west unnumbered to University Drive and South County Regional Park. Photo taken 04/19/08.
U.S. 441 & Florida 7 southbound at Southwest 3rd Street in West Boca Raton. 3rd Street meanders east to Southwest 57th Avenue. Photo taken 10/25/08.
Continuing south to the intersection with Sandalfoot Boulevard along a commercialized stretch of U.S. 441 in West Boca Raton. Photo taken 10/25/08.
Southwest 18th Street / Marina Boulevard meet U.S. 441 just north of the Broward County line. Photo taken 10/25/08.
Entering Broward County as U.S. 441 spans the Hillsboro Canal along the Coconut Creek and Parkland city line. Photo taken 10/25/08.
Loxahatchee Road leads west from U.S. 441 to the Hillsboro Canal. Loxahatchee Road continues along the canal as Broward COunty 827 to Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee Wildlife Refuge. Photo taken 10/25/08.
The first southbound reassurance shield posted along U.S. 441 within Broward County. Photo taken 10/25/08.
Hillsboro Boulevard crosses paths with U.S. 441 next, entering from Parkland to the west and continuing as Florida 810 into Coconut Creek to the east. Florida 810 travels 7.8 miles overall between U.S. 441 and Florida A1A in Deerfield Beach. Photo taken 10/25/08.
U.S. 441 continues south the Parkland and Coconut Creek city line toward junction Florida 869 Toll (Sawgrass Expressway). Photo taken 10/25/08.
U.S. 441 & Florida 7 draw to a close at the intersection of Southwest 8th Avenue and U.S. 41 east (Southwest 8th Street) in the Calle Ocho district of Miami. U.S. 41 travels a one-way street couplet west from its beginning at U.S. 1 (Brickell Avenue) to Florida 9 (Southwest 27th Street). Photo taken 05/08/06.

Page Updated October 28, 2008.

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