Federal road E
|Bundesstrasse E in Germany|
|Operator:||Federal Republic of Germany|
|Overall length:||5 km (historical)|
|Status:||graduated to the inner city street|
The federal road E (abbreviation: B E ) was a replacement federal road established in West Berlin in the 1960s, which became necessary because of the construction of the Wall and the associated interrupted traffic management between West and East Berlin . It ran from Potsdamer Strasse in what was then Berlin's Schöneberg district to Reinickendorfer Strasse in what was then Wedding . Its centerpiece was the relief road , the first letter of which "E" was probably used for the designation (see also Bundesstrasse S and Bundesstrasse R ). In the 1980s, Bundesstraße E was included in Bundesstraße 96 , which was previously interrupted by the Berlin Wall between Kreuzberg and Wedding .
- Starting point: Intersection Potsdamer Straße corner Bülowstraße → B 1 and → B Z
- End point: intersection at Fennstrasse and Müllerstrasse → B 96