The A11 motorway (Croatian: Autocesta A11) is an incomplete motorway in Croatia, 9 kilometres (5.6 miles) long. It connects Velika Gorica, located south of Zagreb to Buševec exit. Only a fifth of the planned 47.8-kilometre (29.7 mi) route is complete, and the motorway, when completed, shall span between Jakuševec interchange and Mošćenica near Sisak. The motorway is planned as a significant north–south transportation corridor, especially to commuter traffic between Velika Gorica and Zagreb and between Sisak and Zagreb, with a positive economic impact on the cities and towns along the A11 route.
The A11 motorway tender procedures and construction works were initiated in 2006, and after several delays attributed to planning and land ownership issues as well as funding and lack of political support the first section of the A11 was opened in 2009, just 9 kilometres (5.6 miles) long. The delays continued to hinder progress of development of the route, and in 2010 construction works were restarted. The A11 motorway construction was criticized as too expensive in comparison to other Croatian motorways and as a site of political promotion and bickering. As of September 2011, the A11 still remains with no direct connection to the remainder of the national motorway network as the Jakuševec interchamge, designed to serve as its connection to the A3 motorway is still incomplete after years of construction works. As of 2010, the motorway is scheduled to be completed by 2012.
The motorway consists of two traffic lanes and an emergency lane in each driving direction separated by a central reservation. Both intersections of the A11 motorway are grade separated. As of September 2011, there are 2 exits and along the route, and no rest areas. The motorway is not tolled at the time, however when completed, the sections south of Velika Gorica are planned to be tolled using a ticket system and the remainder shall be toll-free as a part of the Zagreb bypass motorway system.