Overview & History

The first phase of State Road 414 (John Land Apopka Expressway) opened on May 15, 2009. This nine-mile section was the first major east-west corridor built in Central Florida in decades. SR 414 extends south and east from U.S. Highway 441 in Apopka to Maitland Boulevard. Of the nine miles, three are part of a dual route with State Road 429 (Daniel Webster Western Beltway).

SR 414 improves access to SR 429, Interstate 4 and employment hubs, such as Maitland Center, while relieving congestion on U.S. 441 and many local roads in the greater Apopka area.

35.4k

Vehicles per Day

9

Miles of Expressway

64

Average Speed

Features

CFX leverages emerging technology and expert planning to ensure that drivers enjoy safe, efficient travel whether coming, going or just passing through. The Central Florida expressways share this legacy of connection, as well as history and features unique to each road.

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