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Interstate 175
Auxiliary route of the Interstate Highway System
Maintained by FDOT
Length: 1.44 mi[1] (2.32 km)
West end: I-275 in St. Petersburg
East end: SR 687 in St. Petersburg
Counties: Pinellas
Florida State and County Roads
< SR 592 SR 594 SR 595 >

Interstate 175 (I-175) in St. Petersburg, Florida, also known as South Bay Drive, is a 1.44-mile-long spur route from Interstate 275 into downtown. It is also designated as the unsigned State Road 594. There is a sibling segment of freeway nearby designated as I-375.



The freeway was originally to have been a part of the former Pinellas Belt Expressway which would have continued from its western terminus. The Pinellas Belt Expressway was budgeted in 1974, but cancelled in the late 1970s due to local opposition.[2] It was opened on April 23, 1980 having cost $5.5million ($13.7million in 2007 dollars) to build between 1977 and 1980.[3] When I-75 was relocated in the late 1970s/early 1980s, five miles (8 km) of additional interstate became available, thus the St. Pete feeder sections of I-175 and neighboring I-375 were upgraded to interstate status.[4]

Exit list

The entire route is in St. Petersburg, Pinellas County.

Mile[5] # Destinations Notes
0.000 I-275Bradenton, Tampa Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
0.850 1 9th Street South, 8th Street South Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
1.152 2 6th Street South Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
1.439 3 Florida 687.svg 4th Street South to SR 687 At-grade intersection
1.439 5th Avenue South Continuation beyond 4th Street South


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