Federal motorway 395

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Federal motorway 395 in Germany
Federal motorway 395
Course of the A 395
Basic data
Operator: GermanyGermany Federal Republic of Germany
Overall length: 36 km

State :

Development condition: four-lane
Status: repurposed to A36A369B4
A395 Vienenburg.JPG
Federal motorway 395 towards Bad Harzburg / Goslar , 2008
Course of the road
State of Lower Saxony
node (1)  Cross Braunschweig-Süd A39
Gas station Symbol: Down Gas station
Junction Symbol: Up Braunschweig-Melverode
Autobahn beginning Start of the Autobahn
Junction (2)  Braunschweig-Heidberg
Junction (3)  Braunschweig-Stöckheim
Junction (4)  Symbol: Down Wolfenbüttel- NorthB79
bridge (250 m)  Oker Bridge
Junction (5)  Wolfenbüttel-Northwest
Junction (6)  Wolfenbüttel-West
Junction (7)  Wolfenbüttel-South
Junction (8th)  Flute Symbol: truck stop
Green bridge (10 m)  Green bridge
bridge (70 m)  Road bridge
parking spot with toilet Symbol: Down Parking lot (with toilet) Werla
bridge (130 m)  Warne valley bridge
parking spot with toilet Symbol: Up Parking lot (with toilet) Ziegenberg
Junction (9)  Schladen -NorthB82
Junction (10)  Schladen-South B82
Junction (11)  Lengde
bridge (200 m)  Okertal bridge
Junction (12)  Vienenburg B241
bridge (150 m)  Railway and road bridge
Junction (13)  Osterwieck / Vienenburg-Ost
node (14)  Vienenburg triangle B6
Template: AB / Maintenance / Empty Until October 1, 2001
Junction (13)  Osterwieck / Vienenburg-Ost
Junction (14)  Symbol: Up Vienenburg-Süd
Junction (15)  Harlingerode
node (16)  Bad Harzburg triangle B6
Junction (17)  Symbol: Up Westerode
Autobahn end Transition in Bad HarzburgB4

Bundesautobahn 395 (abbreviation: BAB 395 ) - short form: Autobahn 395 (abbreviation: A 395 ) - also known as the "Harz Highway" - was the name of a motorway between January 1, 1975 and December 31, 2018, from Braunschweig to Bad Harzburg and since October 2nd, 2001 to Goslar - Vienenburg . On January 1, 2019, it was incorporated into federal motorways 36 and 369 .


Old planning of the BAB 395/369 from 1976

The A 395 was based on the federal highway 4 between Braunschweig and Bad Harzburg. It was the subject of a four-lane expansion and from the 1960s, especially in Bad Harzburg, political discussions regarding its implementation. The section between the Vienenburg and Vienenburg-Süd exits was the oldest and was opened in November 1972.

On January 1, 1975, the section near Vienenburg was upgraded to the A 395. In the meantime, the designation A 369 was up for discussion, but this was only awarded in 2019 for a section of this motorway. The sections between Braunschweig and the Wolfenbüttel-Nord exit first had to be adapted to the motorway standard and could therefore only be opened later. After this happened until 1984, the remaining sections were completed by the end of 1994 under the designation A 395 and thus the motorway from Braunschweig to Bad Harzburg was continuous. After reunification, the Osterwieck exit near Vienenburg was also re-established to initially improve the connection to the east.

In 1999, work began on an eastward expansion of the federal highway 6 to the south to Saxony-Anhalt . As a result, the Vienenburg motorway triangle was opened in 2001 and the end of the motorway moved here on October 2, 2001. The section between the motorway triangle and AS Westerode was added to Bundesstraße 6 and became the direct predecessor of today's BAB 369.

On July 21, 2017, it was announced that on January 1, 2019, the previous A 395 will merge into the future federal motorway 36 . The stepped section south of the Vienenburg triangle will also be given the old name Bundesautobahn 369 . In the course of the rededication, the signage was replaced from December 18, 2018.

The rededication and the end of the A 395 took place officially on January 1, 2019.

route length Open to traffic today's dedications
AK Braunschweig-Melverode - AS Braunschweig-Stöckheim 03.7 km 1984 A36 (since January 1, 2019)
AS Braunschweig-Stöckheim - AS Wolfenbüttel-West 07.4 km 1980
AS Wolfenbüttel-West - AS Wolfenbüttel-Süd 01.7 km 1983
AS Wolfenbüttel-Süd - AS Klein-Flöthe 07.4 km June 1994
AS Klein-Flöthe - AS Schladen-Nord 05.2 km Dec 1994
AS Schladen-Nord - AS Lengde 05.3 km 1988
AS Lengde - AS Vienenburg 04.3 km 1980
AS Vienenburg - AD Vienenburg 05.8 km Nov 19, 1972
AD Vienenburg - AS Vienenburg-Süd A369 (since January 1, 2019)
AS Vienenburg-Süd - AD Bad Harzburg 02.5 km Oct 20, 1977
AD Bad Harzburg - AS Westerode B4 (since October 2, 2001)
Individual evidence:


Web links

Commons : Bundesautobahn 395  - Collection of pictures, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. B6 becomes A36: Seventh motorway for Saxony-Anhalt decided . volksstimme.de, updated on July 21, 2017; Retrieved July 22, 2017.
  2. B6 becomes A36: Seventh motorway for Saxony-Anhalt decided . mdr.de; updated July 21, 2017, accessed July 22, 2017.
  3. ^ German general map 1992 ; AS Osterwieck does not yet exist here.
  4. From January: B6 and A395 will be upgraded to A36 . Goslarsche Zeitung , published and accessed on December 18, 2018.
  5. ^ Harald Meier, Kurt Neumann: Bad Harzburg. Chronicle of a city. P. 649.
  6. ^ Harald Meier, Kurt Neumann: Bad Harzburg. Chronicle of a city. P. 653.
  7. ^ New construction of federal highways. Compilation of the traffic clearances since 1950. Federal Minister of Transport, Road Construction Department, accessed on February 16, 2018 .
  8. The Great ADAC General Atlas 1980. ADAC ; regarding the border at the AS WF-Nord; accessed on December 31, 2019.
  9. The Great ADAC General Atlas 1974 . ADAC ; accessed on December 31, 2019. Distance measurement via Google Maps.