|Bundesstrasse 94 in Germany|
|Operator:||Federal Republic of Germany|
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|Overall length:||58 km|
The federal highway 94 (abbreviation: B 94 ) is a German federal highway in Thuringia and Saxony . It begins in Schleiz as a continuation of federal highway 2 and leads via Zeulenroda , Greiz and Reichenbach to federal highway 72 and further through the upper Göltzschtal to Rodewisch , where it ends at federal highway 169 . They are particularly important as a feeder to the A 9 and A 72 motorways and for local traffic between the larger cities along the road.
The federal road 94 leads 58 km from Schleiz ( B 2 ) via Zeulenroda-Triebes , Greiz ( B 92 ), Reichenbach ( B 173 ) and Lengenfeld to Rodewisch ( B 169 ). At the end of the 1990s, the section from Lössau to Weckersdorf was straightened and in part provided with overtaking lanes, and the section between Göttendorf and Naitschau was also re- routed . In 2003 the section between Friesen and Reichenbach was rebuilt east of the old route. As part of the Reichenbach bypass, a shorter connection to the B 173 was released in December 2007. The National Highway 94 led early on to Auerbach .