State Flag US 90 / Alt US 90 / Trk US 90

Jacksonville Tallahassee Pensacola Lake City

US 90 Length: 403 mi.
Termini: FL: Jct FL A1A in Jacksonville Beach to State line west of Beulah
US : Jacksonville Beach to Van Horn, TX
Years: 1926 / present
Route: US 90 begins in Jacksonville Beach at a junction with FL A1A. Then it continues though Jacksonville, Lake City, Tallahassee, Crestview, and Pensacola on its way west out of the state. US 90 is mostly a two lane route, with four lane sections in cities. There are four lane sections of US 90 built from Tallahassee to Quincy and from Milton to Pensacola
Counties: Duval, Nassau, Baker, Columbia, Suwannee, Madison, Jefferson, Leon, Jefferson, Leon, Gadsden, Jackson, Washington, Holmes, Washington, Holmes, Walton, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, Escambia
"Hidden" state numbers: FL 212 Jacksonville Beach to St. Nicholas in south Jacksonville, FL 10 St. Nicholas to Riverview, FL 10A Riverview to Beulah, FL 10 Beulah to State line west of Beulah
Co-signed with: US 1 / US 17 in Jacksonville, US 301 in Baldwin, US 129 in Live Oak, FL 53 in Madison, US 221 in Greenville, FL 12 / FL 65 / FL 265 in Quincy, FL 73 in Marianna, FL 83 in DeFuniak Springs, US 331 DeFuniak Springs to south of Narrows, US 98 in Pensacola
Drive: (2001) Mostly used as an alternate to I-10 and for local traffic. East of Milton there is a section of the original 1920's brick Old State Road 1, the state number that preceeded the US 90 designation.

Alternate US 90 (Jacksonville) Length: 8.3 mi. (Was 28.3 mi.)
Termini: Jct US 90 (Jacksonvile Beach) Killarney Shores to Jct US 90 St. Nicholas (Jacksonville) Years: 1954 / present
Route: In Jacksonville: From US 90 at Beach Blvd, north up Southside Blvd, west at Atlantic Blvd to US 90 in the St. Nicholas area in south Jacksonville. Before 1979, the beginning was shifted to Killarney Shores. Sometime after 1993, Alt US 90 was moved from the Arlington Expressway to its current location.
County: Duval
"Hidden" state numbers: FL 115 on Southside Blvd, FL 10 on Beach Blvd
Was co-signed with: Alternate US 1
Drive: This route used to be much longer, stretching from the beginnning of US 90 at Jacksonville Beach, up FL A1A to FL 10, then followed FL 10 to the Arlington Expressway, and over the Matthews Bridge to Downtown Jacksonville at the terminus of US 23. Current Alt US 90 has been completely moved off this alignment over the years.

Alternate US 90 (Tallahassee) (decommissioned) Length: 26 mi.
Termini: Jct US 90 in Tallahassee to Jct US 90 in Quincy Year: 1950
Route: From Tallahassee to Havana along US 27, then west on FL 12 to Quincy. The former route of US 90 from 1926-1949 (Note: Decommissioned before advent of colored US shields in Florida.) This route may have been wishful thinking on the part of a General Drafting mapmaker working for KYSO.
Counties: Leon, Gadsden
"Hidden" state numbers: FL 63 Tallahassee to Havana, FL 12 Havana to Quincy
Was co-signed with: US 27 from Tallahassee to Havana
Drive: Not yet, but here are pictures of the US 27 / FL 12 intersecion in the early 1960's.

Alternate US 90 (Pensacola) Length: 13.4 mi.
Termini: Jct US 90 near Riverview to Jct US 90 at Beulah in Greater Pensacola Years: 1944 / present
Route: Pensacola: Leaves US 90 at the community of Riverview on Escambia Bay, following Nine Mile Road through Ensley west to Beulah, where it rejoins US 90. Mostly multilane.
County: Escambia
"Hidden" state number: FL 10
Co-signed with: none
Drive: a straight route through mostly rural areas, acting like a Bypass route.

Truck US 90 (Lake City) 3.5 mi.
Termini: Jct US 90 near Newco to Jct US 90 near Lake Hamburg in Lake City Years: 1980's / present
Route: Florida's Truck routes are often marked without route markers and are not considered to be part of the US highway system by FDOT. Perry's signage maintains the US routes along the way. The route is locally known as Baya Ave.
County: Columbia
"Hidden" state number: FL 10A
Co-signed with: none known
Drive: Truck US 90 follows a more southerly path from US 90, avoiding the downtown area.

Should be "To Trk 90"

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Last update to this page on Tuesday, July 17, 2001