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State Road 569 (SR 569) is a short state road located entirely in Tampa, Florida. Also known as 39th Street south of 11th Avenue and 40th Street north of it, it is approximately 1½ miles long.
In the future, the I-4/Crosstown Connector will parallel this state route for most of its length.
With 6 lanes, the northern terminus is with an intersection of US 41/SR 599. Formerly, SR 569 had an interchange with Interstate 4 (Exit 2), but later closed in 2005 due to I-4's widening project and the future I-4/Crosstown Connector.
South of I-4, the highway loses a lane in each direction and makes an S bend. It next intersects CR 574, an access road to Ybor City. It then reaches its southern terminus, State Road 60.
Florida State Road 569 Wikipedia
SR 569's previous southern terminus was with Exit 10 of the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway (SR 618), which was immediately on the south side of SR 60, but closed May 13, 2010 due to construction of the I-4/Crosstown Connector.
The entire route is in Tampa, Hillsborough County.