One of the largest building sites (in area) which has ever existed in Duisburg, is today one of the largest and most imposing motorway junctions in Germany: the "Duisburg-Kaiserberg motorway junction". Because of the windings of its traffic lanes, the A40 and A3 which cross each other at this place and the countless access roads, overpasses, underpasses and exit roads, it is known colloquially as "spaghetti junction". The motorway crossing was opened for traffic in 1969 and was constructed on an American pattern.
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