Florida State Road 222

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State Road 222

North 39th Avenue
SR 222 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by FDOT
Length14.174 mi[1] (22.811 km)
Major junctions
West end I-75 near Gainesville
Major intersections US 441 in Gainesville
SR 20 in Gainesville
East end SR 26 in Gainesville
CountryUnited States
Highway system
US 221 SR 223

State Road 222 (SR 222) is a 14.174-mile-long state road that serves northern Gainesville. The western terminus is at a diamond interchange with I-75 at exit 390, and the eastern terminus is at a fork at SR 26 just east of Gainesville.

It is 4 lanes wide, but narrows to 2 lanes east of Airport Access Road, where it runs along the northwestern edges of the Newnans Lake State Forest[2][3] followed by the Newnans Lake Conservation Area.[4] At its western terminus, NW 39th Avenue continues west as two lane County Road 222 towards CR 241, a long county road.

SR 222 westbound past SR 24 in Gainesville

Major intersections

The entire route is in Alachua County.

0.0000.000west end of state maintenance, route continues as
CR 222 (Northwest 39th Avenue) to CR 241
0.210.34 I-75 (SR 93) – Lake City, Tampa, truck route to SR 24 west / SR 26 westI-75 exit 390
Gainesville3.6675.901 CR 2053 (Northwest 43rd Street)
4.6647.506 SR 121 (Northwest 34th Street) – LaCrosse, Williston
6.66710.729 US 441 (Northwest 13th Street / Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Highway / SR 25) – truck route to SR 121 north
7.15711.518 SR 20 (Northwest 6th Street)
7.84912.632 CR 329 (North Main Street)
9.71615.636 SR 24 (Waldo Road) – Waldo, Gainesville, Hospitals, University of Florida, truck route to SR 26 east / SR 121 south / US 441 south
14.17422.811 SR 26 (Northeast 55th Boulevard) – Orange Heights, Gainesville
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


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