|State road B27 in Austria|
|Overall length:||38.7 km|
The road connects the B 21 Gutensteiner Straße with the B 17 Wiener Neustädter Straße and the S 6 Semmering expressway . It begins a little south of Rohr, where the B 21 comes from the Kalte Kuchl pass . It leads through the places Schwarzau im Gebirge , Kaiserbrunn , Payerbach and Reichenau an der Rax . The new junction with the B 17 and S 6 is located a little south of Gloggnitz, partly in the Enzenreither municipality near Hart .
Today's B 27 is an old connecting route from the Mostviertel over the Kalte Kuchl to the southern industrial district . But at the end of the 18th century it was only a footpath through the Höllental, not even passable on horseback. It was not until the timber entrepreneur Georg Hubmer , the "Rax-King", that the path turned into a cart path. The road was only laid out in 1832.
On April 17, 1840, the kk court chancellery approved the collection of a toll for the expansion of the road through the Höllental. Since July 11, 1840, the toll station in Hirschwang has demanded 10 kreuzers from every draft animal and 5 kreuzer toll from every other farm animal .
The Höllentalstraße one of the streets in Lower Austria, which have been declared by the Federal Law of 2 June 1954 federal roads. In the federal budget of 1954, 15,000,000 schillings were made available for the expansion of these roads.
Since April 1, 2002 it has been a Lower Austrian provincial road again , but like all high-ranking roads retained the B number (Landesstrasse B).
- history , schwarzauimgebirge.at
- Wiener Zeitung of July 8, 1840. Official Journal, p. 38.
- Federal Act of June 2, 1954, Directory E.
|B27||Like the other former federal highways, Höllental Straße was part of the federal administration. Since April 1, 2002, it has been under state administration and continues to have the B in the number, but not the name Bundesstraße.|