Federal highway 510
|Federal highway 510 in Germany|
|Operator:||Federal Republic of Germany|
|Overall length:||18.3 km|
The national highway 510 (abbreviation: B 510 ) is a German national road in North Rhine-Westphalia . It leads from the municipality of Aldekerk to the city of Rheinberg . The federal highway 510 is in the area of the district of Kleve and the district of Wesel . The border runs in the village of Wickrath.
The federal highway 510 was established at the beginning of the 1970s.
The federal highway 510 is divided into several street names. The section from the municipality of Aldekerk (i.e. from the beginning) to the village of Kengen (after approx. 1.5 km) is called Rheurdter Straße . Then it is called Kengen for a short distance (approx. 2.4 km) , named after the village of the same name. The federal highway 510 continues again under the name Rheurdter Straße to the Kamper junction in the town of Kamp-Lintfort , where it also cuts the terrace garden of the Kamp monastery . From there on it is called Rheinberger Straße to the city of Rheinberg . It ends at the "Rheinberg" motorway junction of the A 57. Until February 2014, it continued from there in a north-easterly direction to the Rheinberg-Winterswick industrial park. This section was rededicated to the L 155.