Bundesstrasse 25

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Bundesstrasse 25 in Germany
Bundesstrasse 25
Course of the B 25
Basic data
Operator: GermanyGermany Federal Republic of Germany
Start of the street: Feuchtwangen
( 49 ° 14 ′  N , 10 ° 17 ′  E )
End of street: Donauwörth
( 48 ° 44 ′  N , 10 ° 47 ′  E )
Overall length: 73 km

State :

Development condition: two, three and four stripes
Course of the road
Free State of Bavaria
Ansbach district
Junction (49)  Wet cheeks A6 E50
Locality Wet cheeks
Railroad Crossing Railway line Nördlingen – Dombühl
Bypass Schopfloch bypass 
Locality Schopfloch OT Lehengütingen
Bypass Dinkelsbühl bypass 
Locality Dinkelsbühl
flow Wörnitz
flow Rotach
Locality Wilburgstetten
Bypass Wilburgstetten OT Greiselbach bypass (until 2018)
Locality Wilburgstetten OT Greiselbach
Railroad Crossing Railway line Nördlingen – Dombühl
Donau-Ries district
Bypass Fremdingen bypass 
Locality Marktoffingen
Bypass Wallerstein bypass 
Bypass Nördlingen bypass  B29 B466
flow Eger
Locality Möttingen
Locality Harburg (Swabia)
flow Wörnitz
Start of expressway Beginning of the motor road
Junction Donauwörth northB2
  • Under construction
  • In planning
  • Traffic control system
  • The federal highway 25 (abbreviation: B 25 ) in Germany leads from the junction Feuchtwangen-Nord of the A 6 to Donauwörth and joins the B 2 .


    Feuchtwangen-Nord ( A 6 ) - Feuchtwangen - Schopfloch - Dinkelsbühl - Wilburgstetten - Fremdingen - Marktoffingen - Wallerstein - Nördlingen ( B 29 , B 466 ) - Möttingen - Harburg (Swabia) - Donauwörth ( B 2 )

    Local authorities

    The local authorities are:

    Crossed waters

    Previous routes and names

    The section from Uffenheim (B 13) via Reichelshofen (B 470) , Rothenburg Tauber , Insingen and Wörnitz (A 7) to the junction Feuchtwangen-Nord the A 6 was due to lower-local significance and the parallel highway A 7 to a state road (St 2419).


    The section between Donauwörth and Nördlingen is intended for the three-lane expansion, of which the expanded section between Harburg (Swabia) and Möttingen has been completed since 2007. The line between the Berger Kreuz (Donauwörth-Nord) and the bridge on the Donauwörth – Treuchtlingen railway near Ebermergen was expanded to four lanes and was completed in December 2009. In July 2012, the now three-lane section between Ebermergen and the bridge of the Nuremberg – Augsburg railway line, which had been under construction since March 2012, was opened to traffic. In the period from mid-June to mid-November 2012, the last expansion of the B 25 was completed. The road between Harburg and Donauwörth was expanded to three lanes with reciprocal overtaking opportunities. The ground-breaking ceremony for the Wallerstein / Ehringen bypass took place on June 3, 2013. The three-lane line was approved on September 13, 2014.

    The Nördlingen bypass was completed in October 2007. After the first section between Nördlingen-Süd (B 25 to Donauwörth) and Nördlingen-Ost (B 466 to Gunzenhausen) was opened to traffic in 2004, the second section followed between Nördlingen-Ost and Nördlingen-Nord (B 25 to Dinkelsbühl). This was opened to traffic in October 2007. The B 25, which previously ran through the urban area of ​​Nördlingen, was relocated to the bypass and the old route was graded.

    The Wallerstein bypass was opened in 2014 and the Fremdingen bypass was completed in 2017.

    Further extensions are under construction south of Wilburgstetten by the end of 2020, with the Greiselbach bypass opening as early as 2018. A three-lane expansion is planned near Möttingen, with the town to be bypassed to the south. In addition, Dinkelsbühl and Lehengütingen are to receive a two-lane east bypass. Both projects are classified as an urgent need in the Federal Transport Infrastructure Plan 2030 .

    In the further expansion stage, the individual projects of which are only classified as required in the Federal Transport Infrastructure Plan, the town centers of Wengenhausen, Neustädtlein, Knittelsbach, Feuchtwangen and Dorfgütingen are to receive bypasses.


    At the level of Harburg (Swabia) , the B 25 runs through a tunnel under the historic Harburg Castle (as a bypass for the town center; the historic B 25 ran on Nördlinger Strasse, Marktplatz and Donauwörther Strasse). Between Wilburgstetten and Feuchtwangen , the B 25 had been closed to long-distance truck traffic at night from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. since August 2006, in order to counter the massive toll evasive traffic on the route. The blockage was declared inadmissible by the Bavarian Administrative Court in December 2006 and was therefore lifted again. The large district town of Dinkelsbühl in particular is considering other options for reducing truck traffic on the B 25 through the city. According to counts by the SPD local association in Dinkelsbühl in July 2007, more than 2100 trucks are running on the B 25 within 24 hours. Due to the previous failure of the night driving ban for trucks, the route will now be around the clock from January 2, 2009 to March 31, 2010 be blocked for truck toll evasive traffic. On request, neighboring companies can receive a transit permit.



    The major tourist cities are located along the B 25

    Other places of interest from north to south are:

    Holiday route

    Until September 2012, the B 25 formed the Romantic Road along its entire route . Since then, the Romantic Road has left the B 25 in Nördlingen.

    See also

    Web links

    Commons : Bundesstrasse 25  - Collection of pictures, videos and audio files

    Individual evidence

    1. between Möttingen and Harburg with three lanes over a length of 5.9 km (mutual clearance of the third lane for overtaking), further east of the crossing through the Donauwörth / Treuchtlingen railway line to the confluence with Bundesstraße 2 over a length of approx. 0 , 4 km with four lanes similar to a motorway.
    2. Bundesstraße 25 expansion east of Ebermergen ( Memento from March 4, 2016 in the Internet Archive ) (PDF; 14 kB), accessed on July 4, 2012.
    3. Bundesstraße 25 Expansion Harburg - Ebermergen  ( page no longer available , search in web archivesInfo: The link was automatically marked as defective. Please check the link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. (PDF; 4.5 MB), accessed on May 10, 2013.@1@ 2Template: Toter Link / www.stbaa.bayern.de  
    4. B 25, Wallerstein bypass ( memento of October 24, 2014 in the Internet Archive ) (PDF), accessed on October 24, 2014.