|Bundesstrasse 117 in Germany|
|Operator:||Federal Republic of Germany|
|of which in planning:||approx. 16 km|
|Development condition:||Country road|
The federal road 117 (abbreviation: B 117 ) is a planned federal road in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania . It should begin on the B 105 in Kröpelin and head south to the Kröpelin junction on the federal motorway 20 . The length of the B 117 would be around 16 km. An extension of the federal road 117 in the direction of Bützow is planned in the federal transport infrastructure plan 2003 .
The planned B 117 is currently still dedicated as the L 11.
No. 117 belonged to a Reichsstraße in Silesia until 1945 and would be re-assigned. The national highway 117 running from Trebnitz (now Trzebnica ) over Oels (now Oleśnica ), Namslau (now Namysłów ), where the national highway 118 toward Opole (now Opole ) branched off. Kreuzburg (today: Kluczbork ), Rosenberg OS (today: Olesno ), where Reichsstraße 386 branched off to the north, Guttentag (today: Dobrodzien ), Zawadzki (renamed Andreashütte in 1936, today: Zawadzkie ) to Peiskretscham (today: Pyskowice ), where she met on Reichsstrasse 5 .
- The German Automobile Club (ed.): Road map of Germany, scale 1: 1,250,000, 1941