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Welcome to State Road 417

If you need to travel between Sanford, Oviedo, the University of Central Florida, East Orlando or Kissimmee, State Road 417 makes getting there faster and safer. The 55-mile toll road through Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties was developed by the Expressway Authority and the Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise.

The Expressway Authority built and operates the 33 miles in Orange County, known as the Central Florida GreeneWay, from SR 535/536 (International Drive) to SR 426 (Aloma Avenue) at the Orange-Seminole County line. SR 417 was the first in the system to have all mainline toll plazas converted to Express Lanes, which keep traffic moving by allowing customers to pay tolls at the posted highway speed.