Florida State Road 419
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|Maintained by FDOT|
|Existed:||1945 renumbering (definition) – present|
|South end:||SR 50 in Bithlo|
|SR 420 near Bithlo
SR 426 in Oviedo (Southern end of SR 426 concurrency)
SR 426 / SR 434 in Oviedo (Northern end of SR 426 concurrency), southern end of SR 434 concurrency)
SR 434 in Winter Springs (Northern end of SR 434 concurrency)
|North end:||US 17 / US 92 / SR 600 in Lake Mary|
State Road 419 is a highway in Orange and Seminole counties, in Central Florida, United States. It is one of the 2 access roads to Chuluota, the other being Snow Hill Road. From SR 426 to the southern terminus, it is known as Chuluota Road. In Oviedo, it crosses the Econlockhatchee River. To the west, Lockwood Boulevard and SR 419 meet. Lockhatchee Boulevard provides a direct access to northbound SR 426, leading to the unincorporated communities of Mims and Scottsmoor in Brevard County via SR 46 eastbound.
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SR 203 was defined without a number by 1931 state law, chapter 14921, approved May 29, 1931:
- That certain road beginning at a point on State Road 3, approximately three miles south of the City of Sanford, where the present paved road to Oviedo intersects said SR 3; thence along said paved road to the intersection of Broadway and Bay Streets in the Town of Oviedo, Florida; and thence running in a southeasterly direction along the paved road, as now located, and known as the Chuluota-Oviedo Road, to Chuluota, Florida; thence continuing south along the Section line between Sections 28, 29 and 32 and 33, Township 21, Range 32, in the County of Seminole to its intersection with the Orange County line; and thence continuing on on the present paved road to the intersection of said road with State Road 22.
In the 1945 renumbering, SR 203 became State Road 419.