Bundesstrasse 509

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Bundesstrasse 509 in Germany
Bundesstrasse 509
Course of the B 509
Basic data
Operator: GermanyGermany Federal Republic of Germany
Overall length: 34.4 km

State :

Course of the road
Template: AB / Maintenance / NextDEGermany Further on B221 A61
Junction (5)  NettetalA61
Locality Leuth (Nettetal)
Bypass bypass  Hinsbeck
Bypass Lobberich bypass  (6.4 km)
Bypass Grefrath bypass 
Bypass Kempen bypass  (18.9 km)
Template: AB / Maintenance / Empty Common course with B9
Bypass Krefeld-Hüls bypass  B9
Locality Krefeld-Inrath
crossing Krefeld-Oranierring (29.9 km)B9
Template: AB / Maintenance / NextDEGermany Continue on  L 473 to A57

The national highway 509 (abbreviation: B 509 ) is a German national road in North Rhine-Westphalia .


The federal highway 509 is in North Rhine-Westphalia . It leads from Nettetal- Kaldenkirchen via Grefrath and Kempen to Krefeld .


The former end of federal highway 509 was supposed to be federal highway 51 (A 51). However, apart from the preliminary construction work for the Krefeld-Gartenstadt motorway junction with the federal motorway 57 ( so-called clover leaf with a semi-direct ramp), this was never fully implemented. However, the cross is signposted as a motorway junction and there are two separate lanes in the eastern Krefeld area. On January 1, 2013, the Nassauer- Europa- and Charlottering sections in Krefeld were downgraded to the L473 state road.

See also

List of federal highways in Germany

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Official Journal for Düsseldorf District (PDF). (PDF) December 20, 2012, accessed June 15, 2015 .