|Bundesstrasse 194 in Germany|
|Operator:||Federal Republic of Germany|
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|Overall length:||77 km|
The national highway 194 (abbreviation: B 194 ) is a federal highway in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern . It branches off from Bundesstraße 192 near Klein Plasten in the Mecklenburg Lake District and ends in Stralsund . The federal highway 194 has a total length of about 77 kilometers. It crosses the A 20 at Grimmen (connection Grimmen-Ost ) .
As Reichsstraße 194 (R 194), this route was a state road of the German Reich until 1949.
The federal highway 194 runs from the junction in Groß Plasten via Kittendorf and Jürgenstorf , where the L 203 crosses, first to Stavenhagen , where it leads to a common section with the federal highway 104 . At a crossroads it branches off to the right and leads via Basepohl , through the Grammentiner forest, where there is a junction of the state road 272 to Burow , Borrentin , Metschow , Lindenhof , Lindenfelde , Vorwerk (junction of the state road 271 to Burow) over the bridge over the Tollense to Demmin . Here it runs in the roundabout as a common section with the federal highway 110 . In the center the further course leads to the Meyenkrebsbrücke , the bridge over the Peene and on to Meyenkrebs , where the road 27 branches off to Tribsees in a roundabout .
The B 194 runs through an industrial area via Waldberg , Randow , Rustow , Voßbäk and bypasses Loitz . In Schwinge there is a junction of the state road 261 to Greifswald , further in Poggendorf the state road 26 is crossed, via Barkow, the motorway connection Grimmen-Süd (to the federal motorway 20 ), Appelshof to Grimmen . There is an intersection with Landesstraße 30. From there it continues via Abtshagen (intersection with Landesstraße 222), Steinhagen (junction of Landesstraße 192) and Negast to Stralsund, where it connects to Bundesstraße 105 and into district road HST 26 transforms.