State Route 10, 11 and 12 in Florida

Florida State Route 10

Get started Ensley
End Neptune Beach
Length 394 mi
Length 635 km

State Route 10 or State Road 10 (SR-10) is a state route in the U.S. state of Florida. State Road 10 is largely the administrative number of US 90 and is largely unsigned. The route runs from Ensley on the Alabama border via Pensacola, Tallahassee and Jacksonville to Neptune Beach over a length of 635 kilometers. Only a short section between Jacksonville and Neptune Beach is not part of US 90 but follows an alternate route.

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Travel directions

The SR-10 and SR-A1A in Neptune Beach.

See also US 90 in Florida.

On the stretch from the Alabama border to Jacksonville, State Road 10 follows US 90 or US 90 Alternate (near Pensacola ). East of Jacksonville, State Road follows 10 Atlantic Boulevard, a city road between Jacksonville and Neptune Beach. This entire route leads through built-up areas. The western part is a somewhat secondary city road, the central and eastern part is an important urban arterial with 2×3 lanes and also has a number of grade separated connections. The road ends in Neptune Beach on State Road A1A.


State Road 10 came into being with the 1945 renumbering, dividing Florida into a grid, with the even-numbered routes forming an east-west route and every 10 forming a major east-west route. State Road 10 is the northernmost of these, but in order not to conflict with the US Highways introduced in 1926, State Road 10 was routed almost entirely over US 90.

The Jacksonville to Neptune Beach stretch was the first modern upgraded highway in Florida, opening to traffic in 1910. Later, it was one of the first dual-lane highways outside downtown Florida, having been widened to 2×2 lanes along its entire length as early as the 1950s, primarily to accommodate recreational traffic from Jacksonville to the Atlantic Coast resorts. The road had 2×2 lanes. In the 1990s, the road here was widened to 2×3 lanes. A major project was the replacement of the Atlantic Boulevard Bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway in Neptune Beach. A grade-separated connection over Florida Boulevard and SR-A1A in Neptune Beach was also built at that time. Around 2002, another flyover was added for traffic from Jacksonville to the north.

In the period 2009-2011, a grade-separated intersection was constructed at Kernan Boulevard, where a lot of retail is located around the intersection. In 2017, the intersection with State Road 115 (Arlington Expressway) was reconstructed.

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Traffic intensities

Atlantic Boulevard is one of the busiest urban arterials in the Jacksonville area with up to approximately 60,000 vehicles per day.

Florida State Route 11

Get started The country
End Bunnell
Length 30 mi
Length 48 km
The countryBunnell

State Route 11 or State Road 11 (SR-11) is a state route in the U.S. state of Florida. The road forms a north-south route in the Daytona Beach area, from DeLand to Bunnell for 30 miles.

Travel directions

The State Road 11.

State Road 11 branches off from US 17 in DeLand north, then heads north as a two-lane highway through mostly wooded areas. The road passes about 20 miles west of Daytona Beach. There are no other places on the route other than the start and end point and only one other significant road crosses the State Road 40. State Road 11 ends in Bunnell on US 1.


State Road 11 was created when the state roads were renumbered in 1945, making it a north-south route according to the grid. The route was originally a bit longer and went even further from Bunnell to Flagler Beach on the coast. This section later became part of State Road 100. State Road 11’s route has only been slightly urbanized close to DeLand, elsewhere it has remained a rural route. The road has the status of a Florida Scenic Highway.

Traffic intensities

6,000 vehicles drive daily at DeLand, dropping to about 3,000 vehicles until Bunnell.

Florida State Route 12

Get started Bristol
End Havana
Length 42 mi
Length 68 km



State Route 12 or State Road 12 (SR-12) is a state route in the U.S. state of Florida. The road forms an east-west route in the Florida Panhandle, between Bristol, Quincy and Havana, as an arc northwest of the capital, Tallahassee. State Road 12 is 68 kilometers long.

Travel directions

The 12 State Road in Quincy.

State Road 12 begins in Bristol at State Road 20, 60 miles west of Tallahassee. The road leads through an agricultural area in a northeasterly direction, a flat to sloping area with meadows and scattered forests. There are only a small number of villages on the route, the main one being Quincy, where it crosses US 90 and connects to Interstate 10. The road then continues to State Road 63 in Havana, 20 kilometers north of Tallahassee.


The section between Quincy and Havana was originally part of US 90, this route was paved earlier than what is now US 90 between Quincy and Tallahassee. State Road 12 was created in 1945 as an east-west route, originally extending from Havana to the border with Georgia. This later became a county road.

Traffic intensities

Every day, 4,000 to 5,000 vehicles drive on the various parts of the route.

Florida State Route 12