|Bundesstrasse 93 in Germany|
|Operator:||Federal Republic of Germany|
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|Overall length:||76 km|
|Bundesstrasse 93 near Mosel
(in the background the Volkswagen factory in Zwickau )
- crossed counties: Leipzig district - Altenburger Land - district Zwickau - Ore Mountains
- Cities on the B 93: Borna - Altenburg - Gößnitz - Meerane - Zwickau - Wilkau-Haßlau - Schneeberg
The federal highway 93 begins at the northern junction of the A 72 in Borna and runs 2.5 km with the B 176 through Borna, after another 2.5 km it leaves Borna and runs past Blumroda to Thräna. There it crosses the state border with Thuringia and runs through Serbitz , Treben , past Primmelwitz , through Zschaschelwitz and ends there on the Altenburg bypass completed in 2003, together with the B 7 and partly also the B 180 over a length of 8.5 km. Then the B 93 crosses Mockern , leads past Gardschütz , leads through Lehndorf and Zehma and then joins the 5.7 km long bypass of Gößnitz, which was inaugurated on October 1, 2012, which includes the villages of Löhmigen and the 3.5 km long local passage from Goessnitz bypasses. The road then runs past Guteborn and has been expanded to four lanes since 1993 after the state border with Saxony near Meerane to Zwickau. It runs together with the B 175 from the VW plant in Mosel to downtown Zwickau . Before the four-lane expansion, the B 93 crossed Meerane, Mosel and Oberrothenbach before it then led to Zwickau. After passing Zwickau, the road runs through Wilkau-Haßlau, Oberhaßlau, Silberstraße , Wiesenburg and Weißbach until it joins the B 169 in Schneeberg .
Route of Reichsstraße 93 in the Czech Republic
Until the end of the Second World War, Reichsstraße 93 led from Schneeberg via Wolfsgrün , Eibenstock , Wildenthal and Oberwildenthal as an Ore Mountains pass to Karlsbad in Bohemia and from there via Bochov (Buchau), Lubenec (Lubens), Nové Strašecí (Neustraschitz) to Prague .
New line over the Erzgebirge ridge
Currently, a corridor investigation favors the re-routing of the B 93 from Schneeberg, via a “southern bypass Silberberg” in the direction of Johanngeorgenstadt / Steinbach and further via a new border crossing to Karlsbad. The aim is to efficiently bundle the main flows of cross-border long-distance traffic flowing into the Aue-Schneeberg area. The need to build this new road from Schneeberg to Karlovy Vary is highly controversial in terms of traffic and economy. The route taken up in the Federal Transport Infrastructure Plan 2003 is not identical to the corridor investigation postponed in a second study after the completion of the Federal Transport Infrastructure Plan 2003. Several protest actions by citizens, accompanied by MDR and Sachsenspiegel , have already taken place. A citizens' initiative B 93 was founded. Due to the protests, which were also loudly spread via the media, the project was deleted from the federal transport infrastructure plan despite numerous supporters.
- in Borna and Zwickau four lanes; Gößnitz bypass in three lanes; Meerane - Zwickau with four lanes similar to a motorway