Bundesstrasse 39

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Bundesstrasse 39 in Germany
Bundesstrasse 39
Course of the B 39
Basic data
Operator: GermanyGermany Federal Republic of Germany
Start of the street: Frankenstein
( 49 ° 26 ′  N , 7 ° 59 ′  E )
End of street: Mainhardt
( 49 ° 4 ′  N , 9 ° 33 ′  E )
Overall length: 143 km

State :

Requirement for use: partly truck toll
Development condition: two-lane
B 36- near Hockenheim- direction north (A 6, Schwetzingen) 28.2.2009.JPG
The motorway-like B 39 near Hockenheim
Course of the road
State of Rhineland-Palatinate
District of Kaiserslautern
Locality Frankenstein B37
Bad Dürkheim district
Locality Weidenthal
Locality Neidenfels
Locality Lambrecht (Palatinate)
District-free city of Neustadt an der Weinstrasse
flow Speyerbach
Locality Neustadt an der Weinstrasse
Junction (13)  Neustadt an der Weinstrasse-Süd A65
Bypass Bypass Neustadt OT Lachen
Locality Neustadt OT Geinsheim
flow Speyerbach
Rhine-Palatinate District
Bypass Hanhofen bypass 
Bypass Dudenhofen bypass 
flow Speyerbach
Independent city of Speyer
Start of expressway Beginning of the motor road
Junction Speyer-Dudenhofen B9
Junction Speyer-South B9
Expressway end End of the highway
Bypass Speyer bypass 
flow Rhine ( Salier Bridge 598 m)
State of Baden-Württemberg
Rhein-Neckar district
Bypass Altlußheim bypass 
Truck toll Start of the truck toll
Junction Neulußheim- North
flow Kraichbach
Junction Hockenheim -Zentrum
bridge under A61 E31
Junction Hockenheim quarry pond
Junction Hockenheim industrial area Talhaus L 722
node (29)  Schwetzingen / Hockenheim A6 E50 B291
Truck toll End of the truck toll
Autobahn beginning replaced by A6 E50
Junction (32)  Wiesloch / RauenbergA6 E50
Bypass Rauenberg bypass 
Bypass Mühlhausen bypass 
Locality Angelbachtal B292
Junction (33a)  Sinsheim-West A6 E50
Locality Sinsheim B45 B292
Heilbronn district
Locality under A6 E50
Locality Kirchardt
Locality Bad Rappenau OT Fürfeld
Heilbronn district
Locality Heilbronn- Kirchhausen
Locality Heilbronn- Frankenbach
Locality beginning Beginning of the village  Heilbronn
Locality Heilbronn- Böckingen
flow Neckar
Locality Heilbronn B27
Village end End of Heilbronn
Heilbronn district
tunnel (680 m)  Schemelsberg tunnel
Bypass Weinsberg bypass 
Locality under A81 E41
Confluence via B39atoA81 E41
Locality Ellhofen
Locality Obersulm OT Willsbach
Locality Lion's Arch
Bypass Bypass  Wüstenrot OT Finsterrot
Schwäbisch Hall district
crossing Mainhardt OT Nüßlenshof
The federal road 39 in the Weinsberger valley near the Löwensteiner Seemühle

The federal highway 39 (abbreviation: B 39 ) leads from Frankenstein in the Palatinate Forest with interruptions by downgrading to Mainhardt in Baden-Württemberg . The road runs in Rhineland-Palatinate via Lambrecht , Neustadt an der Weinstrasse , Speyer and in Baden-Württemberg via Hockenheim and ends south of Schwetzingen at the Schwetzingen / Hockenheim intersection. The second section leads from the Rauenberg cross via Sinsheim and Heilbronn to Mainhardt. It crosses the A 65 , A 6 and A 81 motorways and the Rhine at Speyer via the Salier Bridge .

The length is 143 km.



The origins of the road lie in the Roman road from Speyer via Wiesloch to the Limes to Bad Wimpfen . In the Middle Ages, the Hohe Straße from Heidelberg to Heilbronn existed on approximately this route, which gained in importance and traffic due to the construction of a road between Steinsfurt and Fürfeld that was changed in detail from 1780-89 . Fürfeld was important because of its post office in the Ritter inn , and from the early 19th century onwards as a border town to Baden in Württemberg. The customs office was also located there until the German Customs Association was founded .

In 1812, the western section between Altlußheim and Wiesloch was also expanded to become a Chaussee.

Previous routes and names

With the original numbering in 1932, the then long-distance road 39 (FVS 39), called Reichsstraße 39 (R 39) from 1934, only ran from Frankenstein to Neustadt an der Weinstraße. The section between Speyer and Heilbronn consisted of numerous side streets (as of 1901):

country State road length course
Württemberg No. 15 30.4 km Mainhardt – Heilbronn
Württemberg No. 122 15.1 km Heilbronn – state border (–Sinsheim)
to bathe No. 3 18.9 km (Heilbronn–) State border – Sinsheim (–Heidelberg)
to bathe No. 77 approx. 8 km (Aglasterhausen–) Sinsheim – Langenbrücken (today's federal highway 292 )
to bathe # 172 8.9 km (Elsenz–) Eichtersheim – Wiesloch
to bathe No. 141 14.3 km Wiesloch-Altlußheim
to bathe No. 78 5.9 km Hockenheim – Speyer

These side streets were only combined to form Reichsstraße 39 in 1937. The B 39 runs together with the B 292 between Sinsheim and Angelbachtal-Eichtersheim.

Substitutions and gradations

Between Neulußheim and the Wiesloch / Rauenberg junction of the A 6, the B 39 was downgraded to a state road (L 723) in 2004.

As part of the gradation of the B 36 between Graben-Neudorf and Neulußheim on January 1, 2016, the remainder of the B 36 from the Schwetzingen / Hockenheim junction to Neulußheim was added to the B 39.

See also

Web links

Commons : Bundesstrasse 39  - Collection of pictures, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. westernacher.com: Location Münchäckerweg 1, 69168 Wiesloch, Germany . (No longer available online.) Archived from the original on December 2, 2013 ; Retrieved November 23, 2013 .
  2. ^ Reilingen.de: Bundesstrasse 39 becomes state road . Retrieved November 23, 2013 .