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Bundesautobahn 96
Route information
Length: 147 km (91 mi)
Major junctions
Southwest end: Austrian border (A14) near Lindau
Northeast end: Munich
States: Bavaria, Baden-Württemberg
Highway system
  • Roads in Germany

Bundesautobahn 96 (translates from German as Federal Motorway 96, short form Autobahn 96, abbreviated as BAB 96 or A 96) is a motorway in southern Germany, leading from the Austrian border (A14) near Lindau (Lake Constance) through Memmingen, Landsberg am Lech to Munich. Two European routes lead through the autobahn: E 43 and E 54.

It was first planned to build a direct connection between Munich and Lindau before World War II, south of Ammersee. During the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, a section from Munich to Oberpfaffenhofen and Germering was built. A 25 km (16 mi) part of the road during those games were used for the road team time trial cycling event.[1]

The last two-laned section, from Wangen-Nord to Leutkirch-Süd, was upgraded in 2009.

Exit list

(1) Lindau border crossing
(2) Lindau
(3) Sigmarszell B 31E 54B 308
(4) Weißensberg B 12
(-) Neuravensburg
Talbrücke Obere Argen 730 m
Rest area Humbrechts/Ettensweiler
Talbrücke Untere Argen 390 m
(5) Wangen-West B 32
Tunnel Herfatz 440 m
Untere Argen Brücke
(6) Wangen-Nord B 18
Untere Argen Brücke
(7) Kißlegg
Rest area Winterberg
Autobahnkirche St. Gallus
(8) Leutkirch-Süd B 18
(9) Leutkirch-West B 465
(10) Leutkirch-Nord Aichstetten B 18
(11) Aitrach
Illerbrücke 100 m
Buxachtalbrücke 320 m
(12) Memmingen 4-way interchange A 7

E 43E 532

(13) Memmingen-Nord B 300
Memminger-Ach-Brücke 380 m
(14) Memmingen-Ost
Rest area Parkplatz-WC
(16) Holzgünz
(17) Erkheim
Tunnel Kohlbergtunnel 598 m/602 m
Rest area
(18) Stetten
(19) Mindelheim B 16
(20) Bad Wörishofen/Türkheim
Wertachbrücke 80 m
Rest area
(21) Buchloe-West
(22) Jengen/Kaufbeuren
(23) Buchloe-Ost
(24) Landsberg am Lech-West B 17
Services Lechwiesen
(25) Landsberg am Lech-Nord
Lechtalbrücke 270 m
(26) Landsberg am Lech-Ost
(27) Schöffelding
(28) Windach
Talbrücke 270 m
(29) Greifenberg
Tunnel Eching 380 m
Amperbrücke 70 m
(30) Inning am Ammersee B 471
Rest area Martinsberg
Tunnel Etterschlag 500 m
(31) Wörthsee
(32) Oberpfaffenhofen
(33) Gilching
(34) Germering-Süd
Intersection (35) Dreieck München-Süd-West A 99
(36a) München-Freiham-Süd

Partial interchange (from/to Munich)

Tunnel Lochham 280 m
(36b) Gräfelfing
(37) München-Blumenau
(38) München-Laim
(39) München-Sendling B 2 R

External links

  • (German)Bundesautobahn 96 – Detailed route plan


  1. ^ 1972 Summer Olympics official report. Volume 1. Part 1. pp. 108, 122.
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