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Bundesautobahn 113 (translates from German as Federal Motorway 113, short form Autobahn 113, abbreviated as BAB 113 or A 113) is a motorway in Germany. The motorway connects Neukölln (from the A 100) to Schönefeld (ends to the A 10). Its latest part was released on 23 May 2008.[1]

The route of the motorway follows in big parts the area of the former Berlin Wall. The plans for the expansion were made from 1992 to 1997 and in 1997 the expansion started. The first new part was opened in 2004 and the latest in 2008.

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(1) Neukölln 3-way interchange A 100
(2) Späthstraße
(3) Johannisthal Chaussee
(4) Stubenrauchstraße
(5) Adlershof
Teltowkanalbrücke 149 m
Tunnel Rudower Höhe 904 m
Tunnel Alt-Glienicke 304 m
(6) Schönefeld-Nord (Nordteil)
(7) Schönefeld-Süd (Nordteil)
(6) Schönefeld-Nord (Südteil)
(7) Schönefeld-Süd (Südteil)
(8) Flughafen Berlin-Brandenburg
(9) Waltersdorfer 3-way interchange A 117
(10) Schönefelder Kreuz A 13 E 55, A 10

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