Bundesstraße 16

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Bundesstraße 16
Route information
Length: 340 km (210 mi)
Major junctions
Northeast end: Bavarian Forest
Southwest end: Füssen
States: Bavaria
Highway system
  • Roads in Germany

The Bundesstraße 16 or B 16 is one of the German federal highways crossing southern Bavaria from east to south. It runs from the Bavarian Forest to Regensburg and then along the river Danube to Günzburg. From Roding to Regensburg the highway is developed without any junctions and is in parts signed as B 16n. From Günzburg to Füssen the B 16 runs from north to south.

towns that are passed by the B 16[edit]

Roding - Nittenau - Regensburg - Kelheim - Abensberg - Neustadt an der Donau - Vohburg - Ingolstadt - Neuburg a.d.Donau - Rain - Donauwörth - Höchstädt - Dillingen a.d.Donau - Lauingen - Gundelfingen - Günzburg - Ichenhausen - Krumbach (Schwaben) - Mindelheim - Kaufbeuren - Marktoberdorf - Füssen

B 16 (new)[edit]

Since a few years there are attempts to develop this Bundesstraße without any junctions and crossings of towns and villages. Therefore, many drivings were built. Today there are main through-roads only between Lauingen and Donauwörth. Several drivings are in planning:


This article incorporates text translated from the article Bundesstraße 16 from the German Wikipedia, retrieved on 2 August 2009