|Location Map ( geo)|
|To:||North Camp (SU883536)|
|Distance:||1.1 miles (1.8 km)|
|Meets:||A325, B3403, A331, B3166|
|Old route now:||B3166, B3411|
|Route outline (key)|
The A3011 is a short link road in east Hampshire.
The road starts at Queens Roundabout on the A325 south of Farnborough Airfield and heads east along the boundary between the civil and military parts of town. There is a roundabout early on to serve the B3403 for South Farnborough, after which the road has shops to the left and a fence to the right, being the boundary of Aldershot Barracks.
The road bears slightly to the right to reach a folded dumbbell GSJ on the A331 where it ends. The road ahead of the second roundabout is now the B3166 but used to carry the A3011, which then continued south into Ash along what is now the B3411 and ended on the A324 (later renumbered A323). The section south of Ash Vale station became part of a rerouted A321 in the 1970s and when the A331 was built the whole of the A3011 east of the new road was downgraded.