Floridsdorfer Straße - Floridsdorfer Straße
|State road B226 in Austria|
|Overall length:||4,4 km|
The Floridsdorfer road B226 is a main road B and former federal road in Vienna . It connects the districts of Brigittenau and Floridsdorf over the Floridsdorfer bridge . In addition to the route over the northern bridge , it creates the second connection between the Wiener Gürtel (B221) and Brünner Straße (B7). Since the north bridge has been subject to a vignette or toll since 2002, it is often used as an alternative route.
The B226 begins at the Gürtelbrücke as a direct extension of Wiener Gürtel Straße (B221) and follows Adalbert-Stifter-Straße to Friedrich-Engels-Platz . It then crosses the Danube in the course of the Floridsdorfer Bridge and follows the Floridsdorfer Hauptstraße to Am Spitz , the center of Floridsdorf. The last section leads along Prager Straße to the intersection with Katsushikastraße, where the street name changes to B3 .
- Federal Act of June 14, 1978, with which the Federal Roads Act 1971 is changed. Federal Law Gazette No. 294/1978.
|B226||Like the other former federal highways, Floridsdorfer Straße was part of the federal administration. Since April 1, 2002, it has been under state administration and continues to have the B in the number, but not the name Bundesstraße.|