|Bundesstrasse 470 in Germany|
|Operator:||Federal Republic of Germany|
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Weiden in the Upper Palatinate
|Overall length:||175 km|
The federal highway 470 (abbreviation: B 470 ) is a federal highway in Northern Bavaria . It runs from west to east, from the junction Bad Windsheim (AS 107) of the A 7 via Bad Windsheim through the Aisch valley , past Neustadt an der Aisch , Höchstadt an der Aisch and Adelsdorf . From there, the road continues to Forchheim , through the Wiesent valley in the Franconian Switzerland and the Upper Palatinate way to pastures where they in the near Weiden West (AS 23) A 93 ends.
Previous routes and names
Under Camille de Tournon, the French intendant (administrative director) appointed by Napoleon from 1806 to 1810 for the conquered province of Bayreuth, the Aischtalstraße Windsheim – Neustadt – Uehlfeld was rebuilt as a road . The section from Reichelshofen to Endsee to the A 7 was downgraded to the state road St2416 with the construction of the motorway . In Reichelshofen the B 470 merged into the B 25 , which also lost its importance due to the A 7 and was downgraded to the state road St2419.