Yup. The roads around the airport are like a giant rotary/roundabout that encircles the main terminal, with the access road running north-south to either side of the terminal and ramps connecting it all. So if you're at one side of the terminal, you only need to go a little way around the loop to get to the South Exit, or you need to go almost all the way around.They key to getting to 417 is to follow the signs for the SOUTH EXIT of the airport. Depending on your airline, it might feel like you are going around in circles a little but just look for SOUTH EXIT and you'll be fine.
417 to 536. Both ways have equal tolls, dont let that be a factor. Traffic on 528/4 is about 10x worse.I'm heading down in 6 days and am wondering if the north route of 528 to I-4 to exit 67 is quicker or whether the south route of 417 to 536 is quicker to get to POFQ from the airport? I know the tolls on 417 are slightly higher but that doesn't bother me.
Depends. We going towards Miami or Lake City? Its easier to go North if youre going North and take 528 to OBT and get on the turnpike at that disaster of an interchange.What exit (North or South) do you take if your end goal is the Florida Turnpike?
Argh! No, see, Boggy Creek to 192 is what I always end up doing. And it's probably faster. But if I have someone riding with me who hurts each time I stop, I'd rather take the highway, even if it means more time in the car.Depends. We going towards Miami or Lake City? Its easier to go North if youre going North and take 528 to OBT and get on the turnpike at that disaster of an interchange.
Miami? I'd probably take the south exit and follow boggy creek road down till it hits 192 which is a mile from the turnpike.