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New Hampshire Route 11

 

New Hampshire Route 11

"NH 11" redirects here. For the highway in India, see National Highway 11 (India).

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New Hampshire Routes

New Hampshire Route 11 is a 108.2-mile (174.1 km) long east–west state highway in New Hampshire, running westward along the southern shore of Lake Winnipesaukee. Its eastern terminus is at the Maine state line in the city of Rochester, where it continues north as Maine State Route 11. U.S. Route 202, which runs concurrent with NH 11 through most of Rochester, follows NH 11 across the border. The western terminus is at the Vermont state line in the town of Charlestown, where it becomes Vermont Route 11. Essentially, Route 11 in New Hampshire is a connector between the other two Route 11's, which were at one point a New England Interstate. (Overall, Route 11 in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont are 551.7 miles (887.9 km) long.) On its route, it runs concurrent with Interstate 89 for approximately 3.7 miles (6.0 km) in the town of New London, and with U.S. Route 3 for approximately 17.6 miles (28.3 km) from Franklin to Laconia.

Route description

History

Junction list

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Suffixed routes

New Hampshire Route 11A

New Hampshire Route 11A
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Location: Belmont-Alton
Length: 12.98 mi (20.89 km)

New Hampshire Route 11A is a 12.98-mile (20.89 km) long east–west state highway in New Hampshire. Its western terminus is at U.S. Route 3 and New Hampshire Route 11 in Belmont, just west of the Laconia city line. Its eastern terminus is in the town of Alton at NH 11.

NH 11 passes through the center of the town of Gilford. Gunstock Mountain Resort, a ski area, is also along the route.

New Hampshire Route 11B

New Hampshire Route 11B
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Location: Gilford-Laconia
Length: 5.19 mi (8.35 km)

New Hampshire Route 11B, also known as "Route 11 Business", is a 5.19-mile (8.35 km) long north–south state highway in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. Its northern terminus is at U.S. Route 3 in the city of Laconia on the shore of Lake Winnipesaukee. The southern terminus is at New Hampshire Route 11A in the town of Gilford.

New Hampshire Route 11C

New Hampshire Route 11C
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Location: Gilford
Length: 1.73 mi (2.78 km)

New Hampshire Route 11C is a short north–south New Hampshire state highway running for 1.73 miles (2.78 km) in the town of Gilford. Its southern terminus is at New Hampshire Route 11, just east of the northern end of the U.S. Route 3/NH 11 Super 2 freeway, and near the Laconia Municipal Airport. The northern terminus is at New Hampshire Route 11B. The road is named Lily Pond Road along its entire length.

New Hampshire Route 11D

New Hampshire Route 11D
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Location: Alton
Length: 3.29 mi (5.29 km)

New Hampshire Route 11D is a short New Hampshire state highway running for 3.29 miles (5.29 km) in the town of Alton. It acts as a local-traffic loop parallel to New Hampshire Route 11 along Alton Bay.

Related routes

  • New England Interstate Route 11, the designation carried by NH 11 in the 1920s

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