North Carolina Highway 11

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NC Highway 11 marker

NC Highway 11
Route of NC 11 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by NCDOT
Length: 193.2 mi (310.9 km)
Existed: 1921 – present
Major junctions
South end: US 74 / US 76 near Bolton, NC
 
North end:
US 158 Bus. / US 258 in Murfreesboro, NC
Location
Counties: Hertford, Bertie, Martin, Edgecombe, Pitt, Lenoir, Duplin, Pender, Bladen, Columbus
Highway system
NC 10 NC 12

North Carolina Highway 11 (NC 11) is one of the longest North Carolina state highways. It runs north/south for about 193 miles (311 km) in the state.

Route description[edit]

With the exception of a stretch between Greenville and Kinston, most of NC 11 is largely a disused rural route. All other major sections are cosigned with more major U.S. Highways, including a stretch of US 421 near the southern terminus and US 13 north of Greenville. As a through route, US 258 or US 13 travel along the same general directions, but appear to be better maintained and closer to major population centers. The central segment is mostly four lanes and divided, although not controlled access.

History[edit]

NC 11 was one of North Carolina's original 1921 state highways. The original routing had it running from Bethel to Kenansville. A short extension north to Oak City was done around 1930 and rerouted in 1942. During the late 1960s/early 1970s, it was extended greatly to its current route.

Major intersections[edit]

County Location mi km Destinations Notes
Columbus Bolton 0.0 0.0 US 74 / US 76 (Andrew Jackson Highway) – Whiteville, Leland, Wilmington Southern terminus
Sandyfield 4.2 6.8 NC 87 (Old Stage Highway) – Riegelwood, Elizabethtown
Bladen 10.3 16.6 NC 210 – Hampstead, Fayetteville
Long View 12.4 20.0 NC 53 west – White Lake South end of concurrency with NC 53
Pender Wards Corner 22.6 36.4 US 421 south / NC 53 east – Wilmington, Burgaw North end of concurrency with NC 53; South end of concurrency with US 421
30.3 48.8 US 421 north – Clinton North end of concurrency with US 421
Willard 40.6 65.3 US 117 south to I‑40 – Burgaw South end of concurrency with US 117
Duplin Wallace 43.1 69.4 US 117 north (Norwood Street) – Rose Hill North end of concurrency with US 117
44.7 71.9 NC 41 (Southerland Street) – Harrells, Trenton
46.9 75.5 I‑40 – Warsaw, Wilmington Exit 384; Diamond interchange
Kenansville 59.2 95.3 NC 24 (Kenansville Bypass) / NC 903 – Magnolia, Clinton, Beulaville
61.0 98.2
NC 24 Bus. west / NC 50 north (Mallard Street) – Warsaw, Faison
South end of concurrency with Business NC 24 and NC 50
61.6 99.1 NC 50 south (Limestone Road) – Holly Ridge North end of concurrency with NC 50
61.7 99.3
NC 24 Bus. east (Routledge Road)
North end of concurrency with Business NC 24
63.5 102.2 NC 903 south (Kenansville Bypass) – Magnolia South end of concurrency with NC 903
Kornegay 72.6 116.8 NC 111 north / NC 903 north – Goldsboro, La Grange North end of concurrency with NC 903; South end of concurrency with NC 111
73.0 117.5 NC 111 south – Beulaville North end of concurrency with NC 111
Lenoir Pink Hill 77.3 124.4 NC 241 south (Front Street) – Beulaville Northern terminus of NC 241
Parrott Fork 90.4 145.5 NC 55 west – Seven Springs South end of concurrency with NC 55
Kinston 93.7 150.8
US 70 Byp. / US 258 Byp. (New Bern Road) – La Grange, Snow Hill, New Bern, Richlands
94.9 152.7 US 70 / US 258 / NC 58 (Queen Street) – Trenton, Stantonsburg
98.8 159.0 NC 55 east – New Bern North end of concurrency with NC 55
Grifton 106.0 170.6 NC 118 east (Grifton-Hugo Road) – Vanceboro Western terminus of NC 118
Pitt Ayden 113.6 182.8 NC 102 (3rd Street) – Vanceboro, Chocowinity
Winterville 117.6 189.3 NC 903 south – Snow Hill South end of concurrency with NC 903
Greenville 120.7 194.2
US 264 Alt. / NC 43 south (Greenville Boulevard) – New Bern
South end of concurrency with NC 43
122.7 197.5 US 13 south (Dickinson Avenue) – Snow Hill South end of concurrency with US 13
123.7 199.1 NC 43 north (5th Street) – Pinetops North end of concurrency with NC 43
126.5 203.6 NC 33 east (Greene Street) – Chocowinity South end of concurrency with NC 33
126.9 204.2 NC 33 west (Belvoir Highway) – Princeville, Tarboro North end of concurrency with NC 33
127.3 204.9 US 264 (Martin Luther King Jr. Highway) – Farmville, Washington
128.0 206.0 NC 903 north – Stokes North end of concurrency with NC 903
Bethel 136.3 219.4 NC 30 south – Stokes Northern terminus of NC 30
136.6 219.8
US 13 Bus. / NC 11 Bus. (Main Street)
137.9 221.9
US 64 Alt. (Washington Street)
Partial diamond interchange
Edgecombe 139.6 224.7
US 13 Bus. / NC 11 Bus.
139.8 225.0 US 13 north / US 64 – Tarboro, Williamston, Robersonville North end of concurrency with US 13; Diamond interchange
Martin Hassell 146.0 235.0 NC 42 west / NC 142 – Wilson South end of concurrency with NC 42
Oak City 150.1 241.6 NC 111 south – Tarboro, Saratoga, Goldsboro Northern terminus of NC 111
150.7 242.5 NC 125 (Cherry Street) – Williamston, Scotland Neck
154.6 248.8 NC 903 – Hamilton, Scotland Neck
Bertie Lewiston 165.0 265.5 NC 308 (Governors Road & Church Street) – Windsor, Kelford
169.8 273.3
NC 11 Bus.
Aulander 172.6 277.8 NC 305 (Commerce Street) – Windsor, Rich Square
Hertford 175.4 282.3
NC 11 Bus. (Millennium Road)
Poor Town 178.0 286.5 NC 42 east – Ahoskie North end of concurrency with NC 42
Ahoskie 180.6 290.6 NC 561 – Rich Square, Harrellsville
184.2 296.4 NC 461 – Winton
Murfreesboro 191.7 308.5 US 158 / US 258 south (Walter Reid Memorial Highway) – Conway, Winton South end of US 258 concurrency
193.2 310.9
US 158 Bus. (Main Street) / US 258 north (Virginia Boulevard) – Woodland, Franklin
North end of US 258 concurrency
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Bannered routes[edit]

Kenansville alternate spur[edit]

NC Highway 11A
Location: Kenansville, North Carolina
Length: 0.18 mi[1] (0.29 km)
Existed: 1940–1960

North Carolina Highway 11 Alternate (NC 11A) was a renumbering of part of US 117. It existed as a cutoff between NC 11 and NC 24. It was decommissioned by 1960, downgraded to Tyndall Street (SR 1383).

Kinston alternate route[edit]

NC Highway 11A
Location: Kinston, North Carolina
Existed: 1949–1960

North Carolina Highway 11 Alternate (NC 11A) was a renumbering of NC 11 through downtown Kinston, via Queen Street and Vernon Avenue. In 1960, it was renumbered to NC 11 Business.

Kinston business loop[edit]


NC Highway 11 Business
Location: Kinston, North Carolina
Existed: 1960–2000

North Carolina Highway 11 Business (NC 11 Bus) was a renumbering of NC 11A through downtown Kinston, via Queen Street and Vernon Avenue. Sometime after 1969 to 2000, it was decommissioned.

Bethel business loop[edit]


NC Highway 11 Business
Location: Bethel, North Carolina
Length: 5.7 mi[2] (9.2 km)
Existed: 2003–present

North Carolina Highway 11 Business (NC 11 Bus) was established in 2003 as a renumbering of mainline NC 11 through downtown Bethel, via Main Street. It shares a complete concurrency with US 13 Bus.

Aulander business loop[edit]


NC Highway 11 Business
Location: Aulander, North Carolina
Length: 6.3 mi[3] (10.1 km)
Existed: 1978–present

North Carolina Highway 11 Business (NC 11 Bus) was established in 1978 as a renumbering of mainline NC 11 through downtown Aulander, via Main Street.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Google (June 6, 2014). "NC 11A - Kenansville, North Carolina" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved June 6, 2014. 
  2. ^ Google (May 13, 2014). "NC 11 Business - Bethel, NC" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved May 13, 2014. 
  3. ^ Google (May 13, 2014). "NC 11 Business - Aulander, NC" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved May 13, 2014. 

External links[edit]

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