Bundesstrasse 109

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Bundesstrasse 109 in Germany
Bundesstrasse 109
Course of the B 109
Basic data
Operator: Federal Republic of Germany
Start of the street: Falkenthal
( 52 ° 32 ′  N , 13 ° 25 ′  E )
End of street: Süderholz
( 54 ° 4 ′  N , 13 ° 12 ′  E )
Overall length: approx. 253 km

State :

Development condition: two-lane
Prenzlauer Berg Danziger Straße.jpg
Bundesstraße 109 in the Pankow district at the former starting point
( Prenzlauer Allee )
Course of the road

The federal road 109 (abbreviation: B 109 ) is a German federal road that begins in Falkenthal (municipality of Löwenberger Land ). It originally began on Prenzlauer Allee in Berlin at the intersection with Danziger Straße ( Bundesstraße 96a and part of the inner city ring ) and ends at the Greifswald junction of the A 20 . On a small piece before Prenzlau extending Märkische glacial road on the B 109th

The section from Anklam to Greifswald was newly laid out from 1833 to 1836 and now bypassed a few villages. In the early 2000s, some sections of the federal road were replaced or relocated. In addition to the Pasewalk bypass , Anklam (1999, 2002 and 2015 in three construction phases) and Greifswald in 2004/2009 were also given a bypass. In 2006, with the graduation of the B 96 in the course of the new construction of the A 20 , the B 109 was extended from the former end south of the city of Greifswald to west of Greifswald. There the B 109 merged into the B 105 by mid-2013 .

Since 2005, the federal highway runs 109 in the southern sector of around 10 to 15 kilometers to the west than before and ends (Löwenberger Land municipality) in Falkenthal, so that the south-north crossing of the Schorfheide between Zerpenschleuse and Mittenwalde eliminated and now instead, the cities Zehdenick and Templin on of the B 109.

In mid-2013, the B 109 was extended from the Greifswald bypass to the A 20 as part of the clearance of the Levenhagen bypass.

Due to the lack of long-distance traffic significance due to the course parallel to the A 11 motorway , the B 109 has been in Brandenburg on the Zerpenschleuse section, junction B 167 to Wandlitz, junction B 273 and since April 2016 on the section leading to the Berlin / Brandenburg border to the state road L 100 graduated.

Following repairs, the northern part of Schönerlinder Strasse in Berlin was upgraded to become a through-town (Stadtstrasse) with effect from January 1, 2020.

See also

Web links

Commons : Bundesstrasse 109  - Collection of pictures, videos and audio files

Notes and individual references

  1. ↑ Expanded to four lanes in Berlin
  2. Karbow in the period from 1800 to 1945. ( Memento from March 4, 2016 in the Internet Archive )
  3. Project data ( Memento from March 4, 2012 in the Internet Archive )
  4. ↑ The bypass for the Hanseatic City of Greifswald is complete.
  5. Autobahn Atlas
  6. Official Gazette of the State of Brandenburg 43/2003 (PDF, 533 kB)
  7. Approval of the Levenhagen bypass. In: Government Portal
  8. Official Gazette for Brandenburg - No. 17 of May 6, 2015. Announcement by the Brandenburg Road Administration, Eberswalde service, April 14, 2015, accessed on June 21, 2015 .
  9. Official Gazette for Brandenburg - No. 12 of March 30, 2016. Announcement of the Brandenburg Road Administration, Eberswalde Office, March 3, 2016, accessed on June 21, 2016 .
  10. B 109 - Schönerlinder Strasse. In: stadtentwicklung.berlin.de. Senate Department for Urban Development and the Environment, archived from the original on June 20, 2016 ; Retrieved June 20, 2016 .