North Carolina Highway 411
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|Maintained by NCDOT|
|Length:||27.9 mi (44.9 km)|
|Existed:||1937 – present|
|West end:||NC 242 near Roseboro|
|US 701 in Garland|
|East end:||US 421 / NC 41 in Harrells|
North Carolina Highway 411 (NC 411) is an east–west state highway in the U.S. state of North Carolina. The 28-mile-long (45 km) route connects the towns of Harrells, Garland, and Roseboro, entirely in Sampson County.
This article or section is written in the wrong direction. U.S. road articles are generally written in a south-to-north and west-to-east direction in order to follow the order of their mileposts.
From its eastern terminus at U.S. Route 421 (US 421) in Harrells, NC 411 travels west with NC 41 for one mile (1.6 km) before splitting on its own in a northwesterly direction. Passing through rural Sampson County on a road with the street name Harrells Highway, NC 411 passes the southern terminus of NC 903 and enters the town of Garland. In the center of Garland, NC 411 crosses US 701 before continuing northeast on a path toward Roseboro. Just south of Roseboro, NC 411 ends at NC 242.
NC 411 was first commissioned in 1937, starting as a short route between Harrells and Garland. Its eastern terminus was at the former alignment of NC 41 and the western terminus was at US 701. In the early 1950s the routing of NC 411 was extended and altered slightly to its current alignment.
The entire route is in Sampson County.
|Roseboro||0.0||0.0||NC 242 – Salemburg, Ammon|
|Garland||13.3||21.4||US 701 (Ingold Avenue) – Clinton, Elizabethtown|
|||17.7||28.5||NC 903 north||Southern terminus of NC 903|
|Harrells||26.7||43.0||NC 41 west (Tomahawk Highway) / Bland School Road – Elizabethtown||Western end of NC 41 concurrency|
|27.9||44.9||US 421 (Delway Highway) / NC 41 east (Wallace Highway) – Clinton, Wilmington, Wallace||Eastern end of NC 41 concurrency|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi