Federal road 277a

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Bundesstrasse 277a in Germany
Federal road 277a
Basic data
Operator: GermanyGermany Federal Republic of Germany
Overall length: 1.4 km

State :


Development condition: two
- lane four - lane (from AS to A480)
Course of the road
Junction Hermannsteiner Str. B277
Village end End of town  Asslar
Start of expressway Motorway
Junction (1)  Asslar to the Wetzlarer KreuzA480 A45
Junction Wetzlar-Dillfeld
Junction Wetzlar -DalheimB49 E44

The German federal highway 277a (abbreviation: B 277a ) ran parallel to the B 277 between Aßlar and Wetzlar in Central Hesse , in its short course it crossed the Dill .

The B 277a connected the B 277 with the B 49 (near Wetzlar-Dalheim) and the new industrial area Wetzlar-Dillfeld, at the same time it is the only motorway feeder to the Wetzlar motorway junction ( A 45 and A 480 ).

The length of the B 277a was approx. 1.4 km; it served more as a bypass or as a feeder to the A 480 and B 49 than a supra-regional transit function.

Approx. In 1997, the B 277a was renamed the B 277, after the parallel B 277 between Wetzlar and Butzbach had been downgraded to a state road on January 1, 1995.

See also