Georgia State Route 11
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|Maintained by GDOT|
|Length:||375.0 mi (603.5 km)|
|South end:||US 129 / SR 100 at the Georgia-Florida state line, south of Statenville|
| US 221 / SR 31 / SR 37 / SR 135 in Lakeland
US 41 / US 341 Byp. / SR 11 Bus. in Perry
US 41 / US 41 Bus. / SR 247 in Macon
US 41 Bus. / SR 22 / SR 49 in Macon
US 23 / SR 19 / SR 87 in Macon
I-16 in Macon
I-20 / US 278 / SR 12 in Social Circle
I-85 southeast of Pendergrass
I-985 / US 23 / US 129 / SR 365 in Gainesville
US 19 / SR 9 northwest of Cleveland
|North end:||US 19 / US 129 at the North Carolina state line, northwest of Blairsville|
|Counties:||Echols, Lanier, Berrien, Irwin, Ben Hill, Wilcox, Pulaski, Houston, Peach, Bibb, Jones, Jasper, Newton, Walton, Barrow, Jackson, Hall, White, Lumpkin, Union|
State Route 11 (SR 11) is a 375-mile-long (604 km) state highway in the U.S. state of Georgia, traveling through portions of Echols, Lanier, Berrien, Irwin, Ben Hill, Wilcox, Pulaski, Houston, Peach, Bibb, Jones, Jasper, Newton, Walton, Barrow, Jackson, Hall, White, Lumpkin, and Union counties. It runs the entire length of the state from south to north, connecting the Florida state line with the North Carolina state line, roughly bisecting the state into two equal parts. It is the longest route in the state. The portion from the southeastern city limits of Monticello to the Jasper–Newton county line is included in the Monticello Crossroads Scenic Byway.
The route begins at the Florida state line south of Statenville. The route travels north concurrent with US 129 through Statenville, Lakeland, Nashville, Ocilla, Fitzgerald, and Abbeville, before arriving in Hawkinsville. In Hawkinsville, SR 11 departs US 129 and runs concurrent with US 341 northwest to Perry. There, SR 11 departs and runs concurrent with US 41, and eventually, US 129 again, north to Macon. SR 11 leaves Macon concurrent with US 129 and SR 22. In Gray, SR 11 departs, and travels north, without being concurrent with a U.S. Highway. In Jefferson, the route again runs concurrent with US 129. The two routes continue north, passing through Gainesville. Further north, SR 11 and US 129 are joined by US 19. The three routes climb over and descend the mountains, and continues north to the North Carolina state line, where SR 11 meets its northern terminus.
The following sections of SR 11 are included as part of the National Highway System, a system of roadways important to the nation's economy, defense, and mobility:
- The segment concurrent with US 341 from Hawkinsville to Perry and with US 41 from Perry to just inside the southern city limits of Macon
- From the split of US 80/SR 87 and US 129/SR 11 in Downtown Macon over the Ocmulgee River to the point where it leaves the northern city limits of the city
- From the southern end of its concurrency with US 129 in Jefferson to its northern terminus
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||US 129 south / SR 100 south||Southern terminus at the Florida State line, continues south as US 129/FL-100, begin concurrency with US 129|
|Statenville||SR 94 – Valdosta, Fargo|
|SR 187 north – Homerville|
||Stockton||US 84 / SR 38 – Valdosta, Homerville|
|SR 37 east||Eastern terminus of SR 37 concurrency|
|US 221 north / SR 31 north / SR 122 east – Pearson, Waycross||Northern terminus of US 221 and SR 31 concurrencies
Eastern terminus of SR 122 concurrency
|Lakeland||SR 135 north (North Carter Street) – Willacoochee||Northern terminus of SR 135 concurrency|
|US 221 south / SR 31 south / SR 135 south (South Valdosta Road) – Valdosta||Southern terminus of US 221, SR 31, and SR 135 concurrencies|
|SR 122 west (West Main Street) – Hahira||Western terminus of SR 122 concurrency|
||Ray City||SR 64 east (Samuel Street) – Pearson|
|SR 37 west (Main Street) / SR 125 south (Patton Avenue) – Adel, Valdosta||Western end of SR 37 concurrency
Southern end of SR 125 concurrency
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
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- Google Inc. Google Maps – Route of SR 11 (Map). Cartography by Google, Inc. https://maps.google.com/maps?saddr=GA-11+N%2FUS-129+N&daddr=31.0470115,-83.1139898+to:32.3110643,-83.5156309+to:32.4825215,-83.730042+to:32.8378029,-83.621247+to:33.0629852,-83.5735699+to:34.0762321,-83.6519411+to:GA-11+N%2FUS-129+N%2FUS-19+N%2FMurphy+Hwy&hl=en&ll=32.851903,-82.540283&spn=7.822934,16.907959&sll=34.986522,-84.072669&sspn=0.001863,0.004128&geocode=Fe8v0wEdQCkN-w%3BFWO92QEd-8cL-ynDNE0FpUfuiDGFEs7pZy3tWQ%3BFRgH7QEdEqcF-ylX6h-pcXzxiDGLP4dp-Yf9Rw%3BFdmk7wEdhmEC-ymtY_1OhdzziDE6tVqFz-_Iog%3BFaoQ9QEdgQoE-yn3OPzVcf7ziDH19A5i61rKwA%3BFUmA-AEdv8QE-ylZJy1ROqj2iDGNEmqt7XVwqw%3BFUj2BwIdm5ID-ykPwSeJYeH1iDHxK3x_GxVZwA%3BFeDcFQIdOSP9-g&dirflg=h&mra=dme&mrsp=7&sz=19&via=1,2,3,4,5,6&t=m&z=7. Retrieved August 24, 2013.
- "National Highway System: Georgia" (PDF). United States Department of Transportation. October 1, 2012. Retrieved September 5, 2013.
- "National Highway System: Macon, GA" (PDF). United States Department of Transportation. October 1, 2012. Retrieved September 5, 2013.
- "National Highway System: Gainesville, GA" (PDF). United States Department of Transportation. October 1, 2012. Retrieved September 5, 2013.
- Media related to Georgia State Route 11 at Wikimedia Commons
- Georgia Roads (Routes 1 - 20)
- Georgia State Route 11 on State-Ends.com