Bundesstrasse 96a

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Bundesstrasse 96a in Germany
Bundesstrasse 96a
Basic data
Operator: GermanyGermany Federal Republic of Germany
Start of the street: Blankenfelde-Mahlow
( 52 ° 22 ′  N , 13 ° 25 ′  E )
End of street: Birkenwerder
( 52 ° 41 ′  N , 13 ° 17 ′  E )
Overall length: 56 km

State :

Course of the road
State of Brandenburg
District of Dahme-Spreewald
Junction at Blankenfelde-Mahlow L 76B96
bridge via the Berlin outer ring
bridge 2 × connection to the west of the new airport train station
Junction Selchow / Waßmannsdorf L 75
Junction Wassmannsdorf
Junction Hans-Grade-Allee / Town Hall (Schönefeld)
Locality beginning Entrance to  Schönefeld
Junction Berlin-Schönefeld airport / Schönefeld train station
Junction (7)  Schönefeld-South A113
Junction At the Seegraben
Village end End of town  Schönefeld
State of Berlin
Locality beginning City start  Berlin
Junction Grünbergallee S-Bahn station / Bohnsdorf junction
Start of expressway Beginning of the motor road
node (1)  Treptow triangle A117
Junction Altglienicke S-Bahn station / Bohnsdorf junction
bridge under Görlitzer Bahn
Expressway end End of the highway
node Eagle frame L 301
Junction Frankfurter Allee B1
Junction Greifswalder Strasse B2
Junction Prenzlauer Allee B109
Village end End of  Berlin
State of Brandenburg
Oberhavel district
Locality Schildow
Locality Schönfließ
Locality Mountain fields
Locality Birkenwerder B96

The federal highway 96a (abbreviation: B 96a ) is a federal highway in Germany . It begins in Mahlow south of Berlin on the B 96 and ends north of Berlin in Birkenwerder again on the B 96. In the GDR it replaced the route of today's B 96 that ran through West Berlin. In the GDR it was called F 96 and was given the name B 96a after German reunification .

B 96a in Berlin

Coming from the south at Mahlow, the B 96 leads north towards the city ​​center of Berlin on what was once West Berlin. Therefore, a new route was designated in the GDR, which starts at Mahlow and turns east in the direction of Schönefeld , from there over the eagle frame in the former East Berlin district of Treptow and crosses the Spree on the Elsenbrücke . In the former Friedrichshain district , the route runs over Stralauer Allee , Warschauer Strasse and today's Petersburger Strasse , in the former Prenzlauer Berg district over today's Danziger Strasse and then north over Schönhauser Allee . It leads through the Pankow district to Birkenwerder , where it meets the route of the B 96 again.

Until the construction of the bridge over the Berlin outer railway ring two kilometers west of Waßmannsdorf in the 1980s, today's B 96a did not begin in Mahlow, but in the Glasow district , led via Selchow to Waßmannsdorf and from there - four lanes since the early 1990s - to the Airport in Schönefeld .

With the planned expansion of Berlin-Schönefeld Airport into an international air hub ( BER ), old plans were taken up again and revised. In 2002, the connecting piece from the northern bypass of Mahlow to the bridge with the Berlin outer ring road was expanded to four lanes. Since 2007, the dual carriageway from there via Waßmannsdorf to Schönefeld has been consistently accessible with four lanes.

Berlin-Schönefeld Airport was already connected to East Berlin with four lanes. From the Treptow triangle on the A 117 , the route continues as an intersection-free motorized road and at the end of it flows into the broad eagle frame that leads into the city of Berlin.

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