N11 road (Ghana)

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GHA road N11.svg

National Highway 11
Route information
Maintained by Ghana Highways Authority
Length110.8 km (68.8 mi)
Major junctions
West endGHA road N10.svg N10 at Bolgatanga
 
East endGHA road N2.svg N2 at Bawku
Highway system
Ghana Road Network
GHA road N10.svg N10 N12 GHA road N12.svg

The N11 or National Highway 11 is a national highway in Ghana that begins at Bolgatanga in the Upper East Region (N10) and runs east to Bawku, where it intersects with the N2. [1] The N11 is 110.8 km long. [2]

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Route

Major towns and cities along the route of the N11 include Bolgatanga, Zuarungu, Zebilla and Bawku.

See also

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References

  1. "ASRIT Ghana 2017" (PDF).
  2. "OpenStreetMap". OpenStreetMap. Retrieved 2020-02-03.