State Route 37, 39, 40, 41 and 43 in Florida

Florida State Route 37

Get started duet
End Lakeland
Length 34 mi
Length 55 km



According to bestitude, State Route 37 or State Road 37 (SR-37) is a state route in the U.S. state of Florida. The road forms a north-south route in Central Florida, from Duette to Lakeland. State Road 37 is 55 kilometers long.

Travel directions

State Road 37 at Duette.

State Road 37 begins in the hamlet of Duette at State Road 62, approximately 31 miles east of Bradenton. The road then heads north as a single-lane road through rural areas gradually moving into more built-up areas around the town of Lakeland. From Mulberry the road is a 2×2 divided highway into Lakeland. In downtown Lakeland, State Road 37 ends at US 92 and US 98.


State Road 37 was created in 1945 and is a north-south route within the Florida grid. It was originally the fastest route from Bradenton to Lakeland, but its importance for through traffic waned after I-75 and I-4 were completed. The first section along Medulla between Mulberry and Lakeland was already widened to 2×2 lanes in the 1960s. At the end of the 1980s, the section between Mulberry and Medulla was also widened to 2×2 lanes.

Traffic intensities

Every day, 3,000 to 8,000 vehicles run between Duette and Mulberry and 25,000 to 44,000 vehicles between Mulberry and Lakeland.

Florida State Route 39

Get started hopewell
End Dade City
Length 27 mi
Length 44 km
hopewellPlant City


Dade City

According to biotionary, State Route 39 or State Road 39 (SR-39) is a state route in the U.S. state of Florida. The road forms a north-south route in the west of the state, from Hopewell through Plant City and Zephyrhills to Dade City. The portion north of Zephyrhills is an administrative number for US 301. State Road 39 is 44 kilometers long.

Travel directions

The 39 State Road at Plant City.

State Road 39 begins in Hopewell at State Road 60, about 20 miles east of Tampa. The road then heads north as a 2×2 divided highway through the city of Plant City. The road passes through exurbs first and then downtown, while State Road 39A forms a western bypass of Plant City. In the center one crosses US 92 and in the north of Plant City there is a connection to Interstate 4. The road is then single carriageway and heads north to Zephyrhills. From here, State Road 39 merges with US 301 to US 98 just before Dade City.


State Road 39 was created with the 1945 renumbering, turning it into a north-south route on the Florida grid. The southern part between State Road 60 and Plant City was widened to a 2×2 divided highway in the early 1980s.

Traffic intensities

Every day, 20,000 to 30,000 vehicles run between SR-60 and Plant City and 11,000 to 13,000 vehicles between Plant City and Zephyrhills.

Florida State Route 39

Florida State Route 40

Get started Rainbow Lakes Estates
End Ormond Beach
Length 92 mi
Length 148 km
Rainbow Lakes Estatesocala


Ormond Beach

State Route 40 or State Road 40 (SR-40) is a state route in the U.S. state of Florida. The road forms an east-west route across the north of the peninsula, from Rainbow Lakes Estates through Ocala to Ormond Beach. State Road 40 is 148 kilometers long.

Travel directions

The State Road 40 in Ormond Beach.

State Road 40 begins at Rainbow Lakes Estates on [[US 41 in Florida|US 41]. This area is exurba in character, with unfinished developments in the forests. The road is single-lane and heads east to Ocala, the main town on the route. At Ocala, one crosses Interstate 75, as well as US 301 and US 441. The route through Ocala is a major urban arterial and has 2×2 lanes.

East of Ocala, State Road 40 is again a single-lane road and leads through a sparsely populated area of ​​the interior of Florida. The route leads through an area of ​​dense forest with only a few villages on the 100-kilometer stretch from Ocala to the Atlantic coast. Just before Ormond Beach the road becomes a 2×2 divided highway, connects to Interstate 95, after which the road ends in Ormond Beach on US 1, just north of Daytona Beach.


State Road 40 was created during the 1945 renumbering, when Florida’s road network was divided into a grid. State Road 40 was seen as an important east-west route, although the road has only been upgraded to a relatively limited extent, the area is still largely rural. Only through Ocala and Ormond Beach does the road have 2×2 lanes, elsewhere it has remained a single lane.

Florida State Route 41

Get started Temple Terrace
End Zephyrhills
Length 17 mi
Length 27 km
Temple TerraceZephyrhils

State Route 41 or State Road 41 is a state route in the U.S. state of Florida. State Road 41 is the administrative and unsigned number of a 17-mile stretch of US 301 from Temple Terrace near Tampa to Zephyrhills.

Florida State Route 43

Get started palmetto
End Tampa
Length 41 mi
Length 67 km

State Route 43 or State Road 43 is a state route in the U.S. state of Florida. State Road 43 is the administrative number of US 301 between Palmetto and Tampa. The route runs east of Tampa Bay, parallel to Interstate 75 through the suburbs between Bradenton and Tampa. State Road 43 is 67 kilometers long.