N11 (South Africa)
|Maintained by SANRAL|
|North end||Botswana border at Groblersbrug|
| N1 near Mokopane
N4 near Middelburg
N2 / N17 in Ermelo
|South end||N3 near Ladysmith|
|Major cities||Mokopane, Middelburg, Ermelo, Volksrust, Newcastle, Ladysmith|
From the border post at Grobler's Bridge, the N11 runs south-east through Limpopo province to Mokopane (where it meets the N1) and then southwards to enter Mpumalanga near Marble Hall. In Mpumalanga it continues south-east to Ermelo, where it meets the N17 and the eastern end of the N2. From Ermelo it runs south to enter KwaZulu-Natal at Volksrust. In KwaZulu-Natal it continues south through Newcastle, where it meets the R34 and then south-west through Ladysmith to end at the N3 freeway.
Newcastle is the largest and main city along this scenic route. SANRAL has plans for upgrading the Newcastle bypass which encompass bulking up of the various interchanges and partial realignment of the route.
- Falkner, John (May 2012). South African Numbered Route Description and Destination Analysis (Report). National Department of Transport. pp. 25–26. Retrieved 12 August 2014.
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