Bundesstrasse 186

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Bundesstrasse 186 in Germany
Bundesstrasse 186
Course of the B 186
Basic data
Operator: GermanyGermany Federal Republic of Germany
Start of the street: Schkeuditz
( 51 ° 24 ′  N , 12 ° 12 ′  E )
End of street: Zwenkau
( 51 ° 12 ′  N , 12 ° 19 ′  E )

State :

Development condition: see below
Course of the road
Free State of Saxony
Northern Saxony district
Locality Schkeuditz B6
flow White magpie
flow Old doll
flow New doll
crossing at Kleinliebenau S 78
flow under Elster-Saale Canal (tunnel 100 m)
Locality Schkeuditz OT Dölzig B181
District of Leipzig
Locality Markranstädt S 77B87 
Railroad Crossing Railway line Leipzig – Großkorbetha
Independent city of Leipzig
crossing at Rehbach S 46
Junction (29)  Leipzig southwest A38
Locality Knautnaundorf S 75
flow White magpie
District of Leipzig
Bypass Zwenkau bypass  B2

The federal highway 186 (abbreviation: B 186 ) is a German federal highway in Saxony .

Tunnel of the B 186 under the Elster-Saale-Canal near Dölzig

State of development

The development of the B 186 is structured as follows:

section Stripes Dividing strip comment
B6Schkeuditz - S 46 Leipzig-Rehbach 2 No  
S 46 Leipzig-Rehbach -A38AS Leipzig-Südwest 4th Yes  
A38 AS Leipzig-Südwest - Leipzig-To ​​the White Mark 2 No  
Leipzig-Zur Weißen Mark - K 7957 Zwenkau-Zitzschen 3 No  
K 7957 Zwenkau-Zitzschen -B2Zwenkau 2 No  


Bridge over the Neue Luppe

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.

See also

Web links

Commons : Bundesstrasse 186  - Collection of pictures, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. ^ 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).