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Bundesautobahn 111

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Bundesautobahn 111
Route information
Length: 17 km (11 mi)
Existed: 1975 – present
Location
States: Berlin
Highway system
  • Roads in Germany

Bundesautobahn 111 (translates from German as Federal Motorway 111, short form Autobahn 111, abbreviated as BAB 111 or A 111) is an autobahn in Germany. It connects the Berliner Stadtring (A 100) with the Berliner Ring (A 10). Before reunification, it was called the A 11.

Exit list

B 96
(2a) Hennigsdorf
Oder-Havel-Kanal-Brücke 150 m
(2b) Stolpe
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(3) Schulzendorfer Straße


(4) Waidmannsluster Damm/Hermsdorfer Damm
Tunnel Tegel 753 m/755 m
Tunnel Ernststraße 154 m/152 m
(5) Holzhauser Straße
(6) Seidelstraße
(7) Kurt-Schumacher-Platz 4-way interchange A 105


(8) Eichborndamm
Tunnel Flughafen Tegel 934 m/967 m
(9) Kurt-Schumacher-Damm
Hinckeldeybrücke 150 m
(10) Saatwinkler Damm
(11) Flughafen Tegel
(12) Heckerdamm
(13) Charlottenburg 4-way interchange A 100


External links

  • (German)Bundesautobahn 111 – Detailed route plan
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