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|Length||110 km (70 mi)|
|North end||Kirchheim unter Teck|
|South end||Leutkirch im Allgäu|
Today's Bundesstraße 465 is formed from three former Württemberg state roads:
- The northern stretch to Römerstein was part of Württemberg state road no. 45, led from Plochingen over Kirchheim (Teck) and Blaubeuren to Ulm.
- The middle stretch from Bad Urach was part of Württemberg state road 43 , and led from Stuttgart over Urach, Münsingen and Ehingen to Biberach an der Riss. This road was according to the Description of the Oberamt Ehingen created in 1810.
- The southern part led as Württemberg state road 54. from the railway station in Unteressendorf to Bad Wurzach and Leutkirch im Allgäu and finally to Isny.
The Bundesstraße 465 was established in the early 1960 years.