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Bundesautobahn 98

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States:  Baden-Württemberg
Highway system  German autobahns
Length  29 km
Bundesautobahn 98

Bundesautobahn 98 (translates from German as Federal Motorway 98, short form Autobahn 98, abbreviated as BAB 98 or A 98) is a 29 kilometres (18 mi) long motorway in southern Germany, originally intended to connect Weil am Rhein with the A 8 near Irschenberg.

Map of A98, Germany

Currently, only three relatively short unconnected sections have been constructed:

  • Weil am Rhein to near Eichsel, where the road diverges south to become the A 861 towards Rheinfelden (Baden) and the Swiss border;
  • east of Waldshut-Tiengen to north of Lauchringen; and
  • north of Singen to north of Überlingen.
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    Bundesautobahn 98 Wikipedia


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