D11 motorway (Czech Republic)

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D11 Motorway
Dálnice D11
Route information
Part of E67
Length: 84 km (52 mi)
Planned: 113 km (70 mi)
Major junctions
From: SilniceI1.svg R1 in Prague
  SilniceI35.svg R35 near Hradec Králové
To: SilniceI11.svg R11 near Jaroměř
Location
Regions: Praha, Central Bohemian, Pardubice, Hradec Králové
Major cities: Praha
Highway system

The D11 motorway (Czech: Dálnice D11) is a highway in the Czech Republic.

Plans to build a highway connecting Prague and Hradec Králové date from 1938; construction finally began in 1978. Today it consists of one continuous segment Praha - Poděbrady - Libice nad Cidlinou - Libšany, with 4 km missing to reach Hradec Králové. It is part of European route E67 "Via Baltica" from Prague in the Czech Republic to Helsinki in Finland by way of Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia.

D11 near Bříství (km 18)

Coordinates: 50°6′59.62″N 15°12′9.01″E / 50.1165611°N 15.2025028°E / 50.1165611; 15.2025028