- Florida State Road 4
Route information Maintained by FDOT Length: 44.8 mi (72.10 km) Existed: 1945 renumbering (definition) – present Major junctions West end: US 29/SR 95 in Century SR 89 in Jay
SR 87 in Berrydale
SR 189 in Baker
East end: US 90/SR 10 in Milligan Highway system ← I-4 SR 5 →
State Road 4 is a two-lane Florida State Road in Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, and Escambia counties. It is signed east–west, but the road is slightly diagonal. It is about 45 miles (72 kilometers) long, from Century near the Alabama state border at an intersection with U.S. Route 29, to the farming community of Milligan at an intersection with U.S. Route 90. This intersection with U.S. Route 90 is due to be redone in 2015. It cuts through the Blackwater River State Forest. It crosses Penny Creek, Blackwater River, Beaver Creek, Cedar Creek, East Fork Big Coldwater Creek, Manning Creek, Juniper Creek, West Fork Big Coldwater Creek, and the Escambia River, all part of the Blackwater River basin, except for the Escambia River.
State Road 4A
Location: Florida Keys
State Road 4A is in three separate segments in the lower Florida Keys. One is on Ramrod Key and runs parallel to U.S. Route 1 as a service road. The other is a spur less than a quarter of a mile east going north from US 1 on Little Torch Key. The other is known as Watson Boulevard on Big Pine Key and No Name Keys. The SR 4A symbol still exists on modern maps.
Okaloosa County Road 4B
Location: Baker Length: 1.21 mi (1.95 km)
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