U.S. Route 10 in Minnesota
U.S. 10 highlighted in red
|Maintained by MnDOT|
|Length:||275.473 mi (443.331 km)|
|Existed:||November 11, 1926 – present|
|West end:||US 10 at Fargo, ND|
US 75 at Moorhead
|East end:||US 10 at Prescott, WI|
|Counties:||Clay, Becker, Otter Tail, Wadena, Todd, Morrison, Benton, Sherburne, Anoka, Ramsey, Washington|
U.S. Highway 10 (U.S. 10) is a major divided highway for almost all of its length in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The route runs through the central portion of the state, following generally the alignment of the former Northern Pacific Railway (now BNSF) and connects the cities of Moorhead, Detroit Lakes, Wadena, Little Falls, St. Cloud, Anoka, Saint Paul, and Cottage Grove.
U.S. 10 within Minnesota is 275 miles (443 km) in length.
East of Mounds View, U.S. 10 is marked mostly along Interstate Highways until Saint Paul, where the route runs concurrent with U.S. 61 to Cottage Grove. Highway 10 then heads east to the Wisconsin state line and exits the state.
U.S. 10 is a divided highway along most of its length through the state, with posted 65 mph speed limits along much of the way, except for two-lane or undivided four-lane stretches through Wadena and Motley. There are some 60 mph (97 km/h) posted speed limits in the four-lane section between Elk River and Anoka.
Legally, the Minnesota section of U.S. 10 is defined as unmarked Constitutional / Legislative Routes 2, 37, 27, 3, 62, and 94 in the Minnesota Statutes §§ 161.114(2) and 161.115(25). U.S. 10 is not marked with these legislative numbers along the actual highway.
U.S. Highway 10 was established on November 11, 1926. Originally, the route split between Moorhead and St. Cloud into U.S. 10N and U.S. 10S. In 1934, Highway 10S was replaced by U.S. Highway 52, and 10N became simply Highway 10.
The freeway section of Highway 10 between the city of Anoka and University Avenue (at the Coon Rapids / Blaine boundary line) was completed in the early 1970s. The new freeway section of Highway 10 between University Avenue and Interstate 35W in Mounds View was completed in 1999.
|Red River of the North||0.000||0.000||US 10 continues into North Dakota|
|Clay||Moorhead||0.428||0.689||US 75||West end of US 75 concurrency|
|1.450||2.334||US 75||East end of US 75 concurrency|
|Glyndon Township||5.954||9.582||MN 336|
|Riverton Township||12.786||20.577||MN 9|
|Eglon Township||24.438||39.329||MN 32|
|Becker||Detroit Lakes||44.337-44.357||US 59 / MN 34|
|Burlington Township||54.517||87.737||MN 87|
|Otter Tail||Gorman Township||59.826||96.281||MN 228|
|Perham Township||66.511||107.039||MN 78|
|Newton Township||80.261||129.168||MN 106|
|Todd||Staples||107.656-107.663||MN 210||West end of MN 210 concurrency|
|Morrison||Motley||114.798||184.749||MN 210||East end of MN 210 concurrency|
|Green Prairie Township||143.277-143.467||Mississippi River|
|Little Falls||144.710-144.731||MN 371|
|St. Cloud||178.015||286.487||MN 23|
|Sherburne||St. Cloud||180.158||289.936||MN 301|
|Clear Lake||188.794||303.834||MN 24|
|Becker||194.209||312.549||MN 25||West end of MN 25 concurrency|
|Big Lake||203.712||327.843||MN 25||East end of MN 25 concurrency|
|Elk River||214.325||344.923||US 169 north, MN 101 south||West end of US 169 concurrency|
|Anoka||Ramsey||219.843||353.803||MN 47 north|
|Anoka||224.807||361.792|| US 169 south
MN 47 north
|East end of US 169 concurrency
West end of MN 47 concurrency
|Coon Rapids||232.415||374.036||MN 47||East end of MN 47 concurrency|
|Ramsey||Mounds View||237.035||381.471||I-35W||North end of I-35W concurrency|
|Arden Hills||238.393||383.656||I-35W, County 10 (old US 10)||South end of I-35W concurrency|
|240.433||386.939||I-694||West end of I-694 concurrency|
|Little Canada||275.460||443.310||I-694 / I-35E||East end of I-694 concurrency
North end of I-35E concurrency
|St. Paul||281.377||452.832||I-35E / I-94||South end of I-35E concurrency
West end of I-94 concurrency
|283.321||455.961||I-94 / US 61||East end of I-94 concurrency
North end of US 61 concurrency
|Washington||Denmark Township||299.761||482.419||US 61||South end of US 61 concurrency|
|St. Croix River||302.802||487.313||Point Douglas Drawbridge
US 10 continues into Wisconsin
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
- Weingroff, Richard F. (January 9, 2009). "From Names to Numbers: The Origins of the U.S. Numbered Highway System". Federal Highway Administration. Retrieved September 25, 2010.
- "Statewide Trunk Logpoint Listing" (PDF). Minnesota Department of Transportation. Retrieved December 22, 2011.
- 161.114, Minnesota Statutes 2006
- 161.115, Minnesota Statutes 2006
- Riner, Steve. "Details of routes 1-25". The Unofficial Minnesota Highways Page. Self-published. Retrieved September 25, 2010.[unreliable source]
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