|Bundesstrasse 82 in Germany|
|Operator:||Federal Republic of Germany|
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|Overall length:||79 km|
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|Federal road 82 near Hahausen|
After the Second World War , the federal highway 82 began at the federal highway 248 near Hahausen and ended at the federal highway 241 in Goslar, so it was a junction from the federal highway 6 to the west.
The section from Goslar to Schöningen was not upgraded to the B 82 until the 1960s, in order to ensure better connections to the western German area north of the Großer Bruch . The section between Rhüden and Hahausen was also upgraded or rebuilt after the Second World War in order to create a connection to the newly built federal motorway 7 from the previous end on federal highway 248 .
It begins in Groß Rhüden on federal road 243 ( Hildesheim - Nordhausen ) in the district of Goslar and crosses federal motorway 7 ( Hanover - Kassel ; AS Rhüden / Harz ) immediately to the east . From here it first leads east along the edge between Innerstebergland and the Harz Mountains and crosses the federal highway 248 ( Seesen - Braunschweig ) at Hahausen . From here, the B 82 is designed as a trunk road in the 2 + 1 system and bypasses Langelsheim and Astfeld .
In the urban area of Goslar , a secondary route branches off to federal highway 6 , which from the other end is developed like a motorway and, together with the B 82, forms a nationally important relationship from the A 7 to the federal motorway 36 from the northern Harz region (A 7 – B 82– B 6 - A 369 - A 36). In the city of Goslar, the B 82 forms a city ring, which curves around the old town in a south-facing curve and takes up the federal road 241 ( Osterode - Clausthal-Zellerfeld - Goslar ). Further east there is a junction to the federal road 498 (Osterode- Altenau- Goslar), which joins the B 6 coming from the Oker district . After another driveway on the B 6, the B 82 leaves the Goslar city area, from here it is all two-lane laid out, its importance compared to the section Rhüden-Goslar is subordinate. It leads in a north-easterly direction and joins the A 36 near Schladen (AS Schladen-Süd ) in the Wolfenbüttel district on the other side of the Harly .
At the Schladen-Nord exit , the B 82 forms a bypass for Schladen. It crosses Hornburg to the east and from here leads in a north-easterly direction through the sparsely populated but fertile landscape between the Großer Bruch in the south and the Elm in the northeast. The B 82 crosses the federal highway 79 ( Wolfenbüttel - Quedlinburg ) in Semmenstedt and reaches Schöppenstedt on the edge of the Elm . Here it bends in an easterly direction and ends in Schöningen in Bundesstrasse 244 ( Wittingen - Wernigerode ).
- District of Goslar
- Wolfenbüttel district
- District of Helmstedt
- Neile , near Hahausen
- Innerste , near Langelsheim
- Grane , near Astfeld
- Weddebach , in Immenrode
- Oker , in Schladen
- Ilse , in Hornburg
State of development
The route to Langelsheim via Herzog Juliushütte was built between 1994 and 2005 as a three-lane, southern bypass as part of the B 82.
Hahausen - Langelsheim
On September 18, 2017, preparations began to convert the cross-section of the road into an alternating three-lane road in the area between the Langelsheim-West and Hahausen / B 248 exits. In the course of this, on September 25, 2017, the elevation-free redesign of the intersection to the L 496 into a one-sided exit began, the structure was released on December 3, 2018.
The actual work began with the renovation of the top floor cover on the section of road on July 11, 2019. From August / September 2019, the expansion of the road cross-section is planned; the road will be opened to traffic on November 15, 2019. The total costs for the renovation are around 15 .0 million euros (as of 2018).
Execution as federal motorway 36
In politics, a motorway-like (four-lane) expansion as the B 82n was and is being considered in order to close the gap between the federal motorways 7 and the A 36, which is also initially designated as the B 6. However, according to the Lower Saxony Ministry of Economics, Labor and Transport from 2018, even after the rededication of federal highway 6 to A 36/369, a motorway-like expansion of the B 82 is not planned, as construction projects in other regions of the state are given higher priority.
- Map of Germany's toll roads (PDF)
- Shell signpost 5 - Weserbergland (spring 1955) . Retrieved December 25, 2019.
- Google Timelapse
- B 82: Construction work to redesign the cross-section of the road between Langelsheim and the B 248 begins . Lower Saxony State Authority for Road Construction and Transport , September 13, 2017; accessed on February 18, 2018.
- Bridge over B82 near Lutter released . Goslarsche Zeitung , December 3, 2018; accessed on July 10, 2019.
- B82: Blocking of the Langelsheim-West junction . Goslarsche Zeitung , July 10, 2019; accessed on July 10, 2019.
- B 82 is released. Goslarsche Zeitung , November 15, 2019; accessed on November 19, 2019.
- Sum of the value of 2017 (9.2 million euros) and 2019 (5.8 million euros).
- Karl Doeleke: Lower Saxony gets a small piece of new highway. Upgrade of the B6 in the Harz Mountains. In: Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung . January 29, 2018. Retrieved January 29, 2018 .