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Bundesautobahn 388

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A388
Bundesautobahn 388
Downgraded to Bundesstraße 27
Route information
Length: 4 km (2 mi)
Location
States: Lower Saxony
Highway system
  • Roads in Germany

Bundesautobahn 388 (translates from German as Federal Motorway 388, short form Autobahn 388, abbreviated as BAB 388 or A 388) was an autobahn spur in Göttingen. It has now been downgraded and made part of the Bundesstraße 27, as the A 38 has recently been finished. The A 388 was supposed to be the first part of the A 38, branching off the A 7 in the North of Göttingen, however plans were carried out differently and the A 38 now meets with the A 7 near Friedland.

Exit list

1 Göttingen-Nord
Göttingen-Holtensen
Göttingen-Lutteranger
Göttingen-Weende

External links

  • (German)Bundesautobahn 388 – Detailed route plan
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