A111 road (England)

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Route information
Length: 34 mi (55 km)
Major junctions
From: Palmers Green
  A10 A10 road
A105 A105 road
A1004 A1004 road
A110 A110 road
A104 A104 road
A1005 A1005 road
[ M 25  ] M25 motorway
A1000 A1000 road
To: Potters Bar
Road network

The A111 is an A road in London, England. It runs from Palmers Green to Potters Bar.



The A111 starts at the junction with the Great Cambridge Road east of Palmers Green, and not far from the North Circular Road. The road at first runs westwards, and in Palmers Green is called Hedge Lane and Bourne Hill. It then becomes The Bourne before reaching Southgate. After Southgate Circus the A111 is called Chase Side, until it meets the A110 road at a roundabout. The road heads northwards through Cockfosters and Hadley Wood, where it is called Cockfosters Road, and then Stagg Hill, before entering Hertfordshire.


Once in Hertfordshire, the A111 crosses the M25 at Junction 24. It then continues for a short distance, as Southgate Road, before meeting the A1000 road in Potters Bar.


Coordinates: 51°38′30″N 0°08′39″W / 51.64156°N 0.14415°W / 51.64156; -0.14415