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Transportation infrastructure

Die Infrastruktur ist gut ausgebaut und vernetzt

The Vorpommern region is centrally located within the federal state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and offers a well-developed infrastructure with fully accessible industrial and commercial zones as well as very fast and efficient access via road, rail, water and air transport.

Road
Motorways:

  • A20 Lübeck-Szczecin (323.5-km-long east-west connection near the coast across the entire state)
  • A19 Berlin-Rostock (fast connection from the Berlin-Potsdam area to western Vorpommern from the Rostock-South 4-way interchange via the A20 motorway)
  • A 11 Berlin-Szcecin (fast connection from the Berlin-Potsdam area to eastern Vorpommern from the Uckermark interchange via the A20 motorway)
  • Rügen slip road B96 (quick access from the A20 motorway to Stralsund and over the new Rügen bridge to the island of Rügen)

Rail

  • Passenger service on the German rail system (Deutschen Bahn AG) from Hamburg and Rostock, Berlin-Prenzlau and Neubrandenburg-Neustrelitz-Berlin to Stralsund, Greifswald and to the islands
  • UBB - Usedomer Bäderbahn: connects the island of Usedom with the mainland
  • Goods traffic DB Cargo: Greifswald, Stralsund Hafen, Anklam, Lubmin, Sassnitz

Sea and inland ports

  • Seaport of Stralsund, ferry port of Sassnitz auf Rügen with ferry connections to Trelleborg (Sweden), Rønne (island of Bornholm, Denmark), St Petersburg (Russia), Klaipeda (Lithuania), Greifswald-Ladebow, Vierow, Wolgast, Anklam, Ueckermünde, Lubmin, Barth

Air

  • Airports: Rostock-Laage, Barth, Heringsdorf, Güttin and Neubrandenburg plus 16 transport and special airfields with additional charter services.