|Length:||60 km (40 mi)|
Bundesautobahn 65 (translates from German as Federal Motorway 65, short form Autobahn 65, abbreviated as BAB 65 or A 65) is an autobahn in southwestern Germany. The newest section, between Neustadt and Landau, was opened only in the early 1990s.
Plans to build a final stretch between Kandel or Wörth am Rhein and the French autoroute towards Haguenau and Strasbourg were not implemented during the 1990s when the focus of Autobahn construction switched to the eastern side of the country: the project remains contentious because of the ecological impact it could have on the Bienwald (wooded area) through which the road would run.
|(5)||Ludwigshafen-Süd 3-way interchange B 9|
|(7)||Mutterstadt 4-way interchange A 61
|(12)||Neustadt an der Weinstraße-Nord|
|(13)||Neustadt an der Weinstraße-Süd|
|Services Pfälzer Weinstraße|
|Tunnel 100 m|
|(22)||Kandel-Süd (A 652) 3-way interchange B 9|
|(24)||Wörth 4-way interchange B 9
, B 10
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