|Bundesstrasse 186 in Germany|
|Operator:||Federal Republic of Germany|
|Start of the street:||
|End of street:||
|Development condition:||see below|
State of development
The development of the B 186 is structured as follows:
|Schkeuditz - Leipzig-Rehbach||2||No|
|Leipzig-Rehbach -AS Leipzig-Südwest||4th||Yes|
|AS Leipzig-Südwest - Leipzig-To the White Mark||2||No|
|Leipzig-Zur Weißen Mark - Zwenkau-Zitzschen||3||No|
The number 186 was already assigned in the Third Reich, but not until the second phase of numbering, which was carried out around 1937. At that time, the route Köthen - Bitterfeld was planned for Reichsstraße 186 , which is now served by the B 183 .
Originally, Fernstraße 186 in the GDR was a ring road that was supposed to direct long-distance traffic around Leipzig and thereby connected Leipzig's neighboring cities of Schkeuditz , Taucha , Markkleeberg and Markranstädt . The sections between Schkeuditz and Taucha (north of Leipzig) and in the south (between Zwenkau and Markkleeberg) were interrupted by the open-cast lignite mining , so that there were two unconnected sections. The eastern section, from the Markkleeberg district of Wachau to federal road 6 in Borsdorf , was graduated in 2010 and added to state roads 46 and 78.
European roads do not run on the route of the B 186.
- Saxon State Chancellery (ed.): Saxon Official Gazette . No. 48/2010. Dresden December 2, 2010, p. 1763 f . ( sachsen-gesetze.de [PDF; accessed on April 17, 2012] notifications about the downgrading of the B 186 to state roads).