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Bundesautobahn 27

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Subject: Elbe-Weser Triangle, Bundesautobahn 270, Wanne-Eickel–Hamburg railway, Bremerhaven, Bundesstraße 6
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Bundesautobahn 27

Bundesautobahn 27
Route information
Length: 162 km (101 mi)
Major junctions
From: Walsrode
To: Cuxhaven
States: Lower Saxony, Bremen
Highway system
  • Roads in Germany

Bundesautobahn 27 (translates from German as Federal Motorway 27, short form Autobahn 27, abbreviated as BAB 27 or A 27) branches off the A 7 at Autobahndreieck Walsrode to the northwest, crossing A 1 at the Bremer Kreuz and continuing eastwards of Bremen, toward Cuxhaven.

Due to the large ports (especially in Bremerhaven) alongside the Autobahn, there is a lot of heavy truck traffic present.

Its northernmost part, between Bremen and Cuxhaven, largely replaced the Bundesstraße 6, although some maps still show the B 6 within city limits of Bremerhaven.

Exit list

(1) Cuxhaven B 73
(2) Altenwalde B 73
(3) Nordholz
parking area
(4) Neuenwalde
(5) Debstedt
(6) Bremerhaven-Überseehäfen B 6
(7) Bremerhaven-Zentrum B 212
(8) Bremerhaven-Geestemünde
(9) Bremerhaven-Wulsdorf B 71
Rest area
(10) Bremerhaven-Süd/Nesse B 6
(11) Stotel B 437
(12) Hagen
parking area
parking area
(13) Uthlede
(14) Schwanewede
Habichthorst parking area
(15) Ihlpohl
(16) Bremen-Burglesum 4-way interchange A 270

B 74

(18) Bremen-Überseestadt B 6
(19) Bremen-Horn/Lehe
parking area
(20) Bremen-Vahr
(21) Bremen-Sebaldsbrück B 75
(22) Bremer Kreuz
(23) Achim-Nord
(24) Achim-Ost
(24a) Achim-Süd
(25) Verden-Nord B 215
(26) Verden-Ost
(27) Walsrode-West B 209
(28) Walsrode-Süd
(29) Walsrode 3-way interchange A 7

External links

  • (German)Bundesautobahn 27 – Detailed route plan

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