Government of New Brunswick

Route 11 is an important transportation corridor on the eastern side of the province. The following improvements will help improve traffic flow, vehicle capacity and increase traveller safety. The upgrades are extensive, and the phased approach will help offset their cost.
 


Location:
From Route 15 to the south side of the Shediac River.

Upgrades:

  • Substantial safety improvements to three interchanges.
  • Twin Route 11 to the south side of the Shediac River. 

Status: Completed in the fall of 2018.

 


Location:
From the south side of the Shediac River to the south side of Cocagne River.

Upgrades:

  • Improvements to one interchange
  • Access control improvement
  • Construct the southbound lanes of the Shediac River Bridge
  • Twin that portion of Route 11 

Status: Open to the travelling public in the fall of 2022.

After the future southbound lanes are complete, traffic will be diverted to minimize driver disruption and facilitate the construction of the following upgrades before opening Route 11 to its final 4-lane completion in 2023:

  • Rehabilitate the existing lanes
  • Replace culverts
  • Adjust and rehabilitate the road surface
      


Location:
From Murray Brook to Ward Road.

Status: Open to the travelling public in the fall of 2021.

After the future southbound lanes are complete, all traffic will be diverted to the new lanes to minimize driver disruption and facilitate the construction ofvthe following upgrades before opening Route 11 to its final 4-lane completion in 2022:

  • Rehabilitate the existing lanes
  • Replace culverts
  • Adjust and rehabilitate the road surface
      


Location:
From Route 134 (St. Pierre overpass) to South Napan Road.

Centerline rumble strips are being added to around 27 kilometres of this section of Route 11 to improve driver safety.

Status: Open to the travelling public in the fall of 2021
 

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Route 11 upgrades, excluding the rumble strip safety enhancement.


Please direct questions about the Route 11 upgrades to Transportation.Web@gnb.ca.