Federal road 190n
|Federal highway 190n in Germany|
|Operator:||Federal Republic of Germany|
|of which in planning:||indefinite km|
|Development condition:||2 + 1|
It is intended to connect the planned closure of the gap between the A 39 and the planned closure of the A 14 . A connection to the A 24 is planned for the continuation . The federal road 190n is thus part of the so-called "suspender variant". The plans should not be pursued until 2027 at the earliest .
The route will run in an east-west direction and touch the area at Salzwedel and Seehausen (Altmark) . The Elbe and Havel are to be crossed north of Havelberg . From Havelberg the route to Kümmernitz is to follow the course of the existing state road as far as possible. In Brandenburg, the town of Breddin is to be bypassed to the east in accordance with the completed regional planning procedure. In the further course the Berlin-Hamburg railway line is to be crossed and the road to the north of the railway line is to be led past the towns of Stüdenitz and Zernitz . Shortly before Neustadt (Dosse) , the line swings away from the railway line to the north to bypass a nature reserve, and then joins the B 102 between Kampehl and Neustadt (Dosse). From there, the A 24 is via Bückwitz and the B 167 to be reached at Neuruppin.
Between the A 39 and the A 14, a three-lane cross-section (two lanes and an alternating overtaking lane) is planned for the B 190n, while west of the A 39 (to the B 191 ) and east of the A 14 only two lanes are to be built.
After the environmental impact study was started in summer 2005, the line planning of the B 190n began in 2006.
In the spring of 2007, the road construction administration of the state of Saxony-Anhalt determined a preferred line and in the second half of 2007 the regional planning procedure for the approximately 100-kilometer-long crossbar was carried out with this preferred variant and two more . As a result, in April 2008 the application for route determination was submitted to the Federal Ministry of Transport. On April 15, 2011, Enak Ferlemann , Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Minister for Transport, Building and Urban Development, announced the route definition for the section between the A 39 and the A 14.
In Brandenburg a protest was formed against the section of the federal road there between the state border with Saxony-Anhalt in the west and the A 24. The citizens' initiative Contra B 190n collected signatures against the project and advocates a different route. The Federal Environment Ministry is completely against the B 190n, rejecting a bridge near Havelberg and thus questioning the B 190n east of the A 14.
- Press release Joint State Planning Department Berlin-Brandenburg July 23, 2010 ( Memento from September 12, 2011 in the Internet Archive )
- BMVBS press release: detailed planning for the B 190n from the A 39 to the A 14 can begin ( page no longer available , search in web archives ) Info: The link was automatically marked as defective. Please check the link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.
- B190n map ( Memento from January 16, 2016 in the Internet Archive ) (PDF; 43 kB)
- Citizens' initiative Contra B 190n
- MAZ December 23, 2009 ( page no longer available , search in web archives ) Info: The link was automatically marked as defective. Please check the link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.