Bundesstrasse 60

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Bundesstrasse 60 in Germany
Bundesstrasse 60
Basic data
Operator: GermanyGermany Federal Republic of Germany
Overall length: 57.8 km (historical)

State :

Status: rededicated

The federal highway 60 (abbreviation: B 60) was a German national road in North Rhine-Westphalia .


  • Length: 57.8 km
  • Starting point: Straelen (border NL)
  • End point: Mülheim (an der Ruhr)



The street was numbered 60 when the number was first assigned to trunk roads in 1932 and was designated as Reichsstraße 60 from 1934 and as Bundesstraße 60 from 1949 . It led from Duisburg via Oberhausen , Essen , Velbert , Wuppertal-Vohwinkel and Solingen to Remscheid - Lennep . This section of the route was later replaced by federal highways 231 , 224 and 229 . Mid-1980s, the remaining section has been west of Duisburg because of the parallel A 40 for country road rededicated L 140th

See also