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State Route 11 is a state highway in Maine. It connects to New Hampshire Route 11 at its south end in Lebanonmarker and travels through the counties of York, Cumberland, Androscoggin, Kennebec, Somerset, Waldo, Penobscot, Piscataquis, and Aroostook. The road ends at U.S. 1 in Fort Kentmarker, near its northern terminus at the Canadian border.

At just over , Route 11 is, by far, the longest state highway in Maine, and the second longest numbered highway in the entire state (far behind U.S. Route 1, which runs just over in Maine). It is almost longer than Maine's longest Interstate Highway, its section of I-95.

History

The short portion from Lebanon to Sanfordmarker was part of New England Interstate Route 11. The old Route 11 used to continue east to Biddefordmarker on what is now State Route 111.

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