Nassau Expressway
Southbound Views
The section of the Nassau Expressway in Nassau begins at Rockaway Turnpike (CR 257) and runs south as a four-lane undivided road. There is a traffic light at Bay Boulevard (CR 2A), which becomes Peninsula Boulevard (CR 2) one block east of here.
Photos taken August 2006.
There is a traffic light at Burnside Avenue.
Photos taken October 2015.
The Nassau Expressway becomes a divided highway with a grass median. There is a traffic light at Mott Avenue.
Photos taken October 2015.
There is a traffic light at Wanser Avenue.
Photo taken October 2015.
There is a traffic light at Bayview Avenue.
Photos taken October 2015.
There is a traffic light at Central Avenue.
Photo taken October 2015.
There is a traffic light at Broadway.
Photos taken October 2015.
There is a traffic light at Rock Hall Road and Cedar Lawn Avenue.
Photos taken October 2015.
There is a grade-separated interchange with Seagirt Boulevard.
Photos taken October 2015.
The last section of the Nassau Expressway is the Atlantic Beach Bridge. There is a tollbooth immediately before the bridge. It is the only tollbooth in Nassau County.
Photos taken October 2015.
Welcome to Atlantic Beach! The Nassau Expressway ends here at a traffic circle. Continue around the circle for Park Street (CR 22). Turn right for Atlantic Boulevard. The signage here could use some improvement.
Photos taken October 2015.

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