A sign gantry over the western approach of the A 66 to Wiesbadener Kreuz.
|Hofheim, Hesse, Germany|
|Opened:||23 September 1939|
The Wiesbadener Kreuz is a full cloverleaf interchange near the Hessian state capital of Wiesbaden in Germany where the Autobahnen A3 and A66 meet. It lies in the municipality of Hofheim. The interchange was opened in 1939 and was one of the first interchanges in Germany.
Used by approximately 190,000 vehicles per day, it is one of the most frequented interchanges in Hesse and Germany.
Between 2016 and 2018, the interchange will be upgraded and improved to avoid the daily congestions during the rush hour.
- Manuelle Straßenverkehrszählung 2010 des BVM Page 4 and 28 of PDF (337 KB)
- Allgemeine Zeitung – Abschied vom Kleeblatt - Wiesbadener Autobahn-Kreuz wird erneuert, April 2011
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