Texas State Highway 11

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State Highway 11 marker

State Highway 11
Route information
Maintained by TxDOT
Length: 153.2 mi[1] (246.6 km)
Existed: 1917 – present
Major junctions
West end: SH 56 in Sherman

US 69
US 271

US 259
East end: US 59 in Linden
Highway system
SH 10 SH 12
SH 313 SH 314 SH 315

State Highway 11, or SH 11, is a highway that runs from US 59 (Future I-369) in Linden to SH 56 in Sherman in northeast Texas.

Route description[edit]

SH 11 begins at an intersection with State Highway 56 on the easternedge of Sherman, just north of the Sherman Regional Airport. The route then travels to the southeast through Northeast Texas. In 2009, it was rerouted around the city of Commerce, concurrent with State Highway 24 and State Loop 178, with the old routing through Commerce transferred to a business route. It continues southeast toward Sulphur Springs, where it shares a concurrency with State Highway 154 and the old routing of US 67, and intersects I-30 on the south side of town. After Sulphur Springs, the route takes a more easterly direction through Northeast Texas, before reaching its eastern terminus at US 59 (Future I-369) on the eastern edge of Linden.


Historic SH 11

State Highway 11 was one of the original twenty-six state highways proposed in 1917, overlaid on top of the 'Jefferson Highway.' In 1917 the routing was proposed from the Oklahoma border at Denison, south on present day U.S. Highway 69 through Whitewright into Greenville. From Greenville, it went east on U.S. Highway 67 to Mount Pleasant, and south on U.S. Highway 271 to Gilmer and along State Highway 300 to Longview, and finally, U.S. Highway 80 through Marshall to the Louisiana border.

In 1919 the segment from Gilmer to Longview had yet to be built, so the road was rerouted over the current US 271 and US 80 routes through Gladewater, Texas.

In 1926 US 67, 271 and 80 were overlaid onto segments of SH 11. While the routes were marked concurrently, by 1926, SH 11 had lost most of its original assignment and had been reassigned to nearby towns the U.S. highways had not reached. The road now began in Greenville where it followed the current SH 11 from to Daingerfield, then north on U.S. Highway 259 through Omaha and terminating in De Kalb. By 1933, SH 11 was rerouted to begin in Ladonia and via the present day State Highway 50 to Commerce and follow the current SH 11 to Sulphur Springs. The section from Greenville to Sulphur Springs became a rerouting of SH 1

By 1939 the US 259 segment of SH 11 was cancelled, and SH 11 was extended from Daingerfield to Linden via its current alignment, replacing SH 47, and up US 59 to a terminus in Texarkana. The US 59 alignment of SH 11 was removed in 1947, The Ladonia-Commerce segment was removed and replaced with its current assignment in 1971 over FM 1281 and part of FM 697. Part of this was previously designated as Texas State Highway 314.

Junction list[edit]

County Location Mile[2] Junction Notes
Grayson Sherman SH 56 (Lamar Street)
FM 697 (Ida Road)
FM 1417
Tom Bean FM 902 / FM 2729 (Britton Street)
FM 2729 (Lyon Street)
Whitewright US 69 / SH 160 West end of US 69 concurrency
FM 898 (Bond Street)
US 69 East end of US 69 concurrency
Fannin FM 151
FM 3297
SH 121

Bus. SH 121
FM 2815
FM 1553
Bailey SH 78 (Main Street)
Hunt Wolfe City SH 34 (Sante Fe Street)
FM 816 (Main Street)
FM 1563
FM 2655
SH 24 / Bus. SH 11 – Greenville, Cooper, Paris
North end of TX 24 concurrency
SH 224

Bus. SH 224
Loop 178 (Culver Street) South end of TX 24 concurrency, West end of Loop 178 concurrency

Bus. SH 11 (Culver Street) / Loop 178
East end of Loop 178 concurrency
Hopkins FM 275
FM 3134
FM 2653
Sulphur Springs SH 19 (Hillcrest Drive) North end of SH 19 concurrency

Bus. US 67 (Davis Street)
I‑30 / US 67 – Dallas, Texarkana
SH 19 (Hillcrest Drive) South end of SH 19 concurrency
SH 154 (Broadway Street)
FM 2560
FM 1870
Como FM 69 (Gaskins Street)
FM 269
FM 3019
Franklin Winnsboro No major junctions
Wood FM 852
SH 37 (Main Street)
FM 312 (Walnut Street)
FM 1448 (Mt. Pleasant Street)
FM 515
FM 115
FM 1647
Camp FM 1519
FM 21
Pittsburg Spur 179 (David H. Abernathy Boulevard)
FM 1520 (Broach Street)
Loop 238 (Mt. Pleasant Street)
FM 993 (Lafayette Street)
FM 557 (Jefferson Street)
US 271 (Greer Boulevard)
Titus FM 2348
FM 1735
Morris FM 144
Daingerfield US 259 (Broadnax Street) / SH 49 West end of US 259/SH 49 concurrency
US 259 (Linda Drive) East end of US 259 concurrency
PR 17Daingerfield State Park
Cass Hughes Springs FM 161 (Taylor Street) / FM 250 West end of FM 250 concurrency
FM 250 (Keasler) East end of FM 250 concurrency
SH 49 / FM 2612 East end of SH 49 concurrency
FM 130
Linden SH 8
FM 125 (Main Street)
US 59 Future I-369


  1. ^ Transportation Planning and Programming Division. "State Highway No. 11". Highway Designation Files. Texas Department of Transportation. Retrieved 2008-03-15. 
  2. ^ Google Maps, [1]