Florida State Road 11

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State Road 11 marker

State Road 11
Route information
Maintained by FDOT
Length: 29.793 mi[1] (47.947 km)
Existed: 1945 renumbering (definition) – present
Major junctions
South end: US 17 near DeLand
North end: US 1 / SR 100 in Bunnell
Highway system
SR 10A SR 12

State Road 11 (SR 11) is a north–south route in Flagler and Volusia Counties, running from US 17 north of DeLand to US 1 in Bunnell.

Route description[edit]

State Road 11 begins at US 17 near Lake Molly in northern DeLand as a one-way street until it reaches Glenwood Road which is also part of SR 11 east of US 17. The road takes a slight curve to the right where it passes a former segment known as Old Perkins Highway, then curves back north. It briefly becomes a two-lane divided highway as it intersects with CR 15A.

Throughout much of its existence, SR 11 serves as the western border for the Tomoka Wildlife Management Area Union-Camp Tract. This includes the point where it intersects with State Road 40 in DeLeon Springs. The road takes one last curve to the northeast and becomes Moody Boulevard as it enters Bunnell. It passes by the Old Bunnell State Bank Building near the crossing of the Florida East Coast Railway main line before it finally terminates at US 1 and State Road 100. Here, Moody Boulevard continues onto SR 100 which is the southern terminus of the US 1/SR 100 overlap.

Major intersections[edit]

County Location mi[1] km Destinations Notes
Volusia 0.000 0.000 US 17 (SR 15) / Glenwood Road (CR 4088 west) – DeLand, DeLeon Springs
2.376 3.824 CR 15A south – Orlando
11.586 18.646 SR 40 to I-95 – Barberville, Ormond Beach, Volusia Speedway
Flagler Cody's Corner 20.286 32.647 CR 304 – Seville
Bunnell 29.295 47.146 CR 2003 south (Old Haw Creek Road) – Vince Carter Sanctuary
29.793 47.947 US 1 / SR 100 (State Street / East Moody Boulevard / SR 5) – St. Augustine, Palatka, Daytona Beach
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b FDOT straight line diagrams Archived March 6, 2014, on Wayback Machine., accessed February 2014

External links[edit]

Route map: Bing / Google

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