Bundesautobahn 39

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Bundesautobahn 39
Route information
Length: 57 km (35 mi)
Major junctions
From: Salzgitter
To: Wolfsburg
States: Lower Saxony
Highway system
  • Roads in Germany
Railway bridge on the A 39 close to the village of Schandelah

Bundesautobahn 39 (translates from German as Federal Motorway 39, short form Autobahn 39, abbreviated as BAB 39 or A 39) is an autobahn in northern Germany. It currently connects the cities of Salzgitter, Braunschweig and Wolfsburg, with a planned extension to Lüneburg.

The A 39 begins north of Wolfsburg and ends at the A 7 close to Salzgitter. It crosses the A 2 south of Wolfsburg close to Königslutter.

Exit list

(1) Maschener Kreuz 4-way interchange
(1) Maschener Kreuz 4-way interchange
(2) Maschen
(3) Winsen-West
Rest area
Rest area
(4) Winsen-Ost
Rest area Roddau
Rest area Busschewald
(5) Handorf
Kreuz Handorf (planned)
(6) Lüneburg-Nord

Under construction

Lüneburg-Adendorf (planned)
Lüneburg-Moorfeld (planned)
Lüneburg-Bleckeder (planned)
Lüneburg-Neu Hagen (planned)
Lüneburg-Hafen (planned)
Rest area (planned)
Altenmedingen (planned)
Bad Bevensen (planned)
Uelzen-Hanstedt II (planned)
Soltendieck (planned)
Bad Bodenteich (planned)
Rest area (planned)
Wittingen-West (planned)
Wittingen-Süd (planned)
Ehra-Lessien (planned)
(1) Weyhausen
(2) Wolfsburg-Sandkamp
(3) Wolfsburg-Autostadt/VW-Werk
(4) Wolfsburg-Fallersleben
(5) Wolfsburg-Mörse
(6) Flechtorf
(7) Wolfsburg/Königslutter 4-way interchange
(8) Scheppau
(9) Cremlingen
(10) Sickte
(11) Braunschweig-Rautheim
Tunnel Lindenbergtunnel
(12) Braunschweig-Südstadt
Tunnel Heidbergtunnel
(13) Braunschweig-Süd 4-way interchange /
(14) Braunschweig-Südwest 3-way interchange
(15) Braunschweig-Rüningen
Tankstelle Rüningen
(16) Salzgitter-Thiede
Brücke Stichkanal Salzgitter
(17) Salzgitter-Lebenstedt-Nord
(18) Salzgitter-Watenstedt
(19) Salzgitter-Lebenstedt-Süd
(20) Salzgitter-Lichtenberg
(21) Westerlinde
(22) Baddeckenstedt
(23) Salzgitter 3-way interchange
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