Minnesota State Highway 91

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Trunk Highway 91
Route information
Defined by MS § 161.115(22)
Maintained by MnDOT
Length 61.456 mi (98.904 km)
Existed 1933 – present
Major junctions
South end CR L14 at the Iowa state line
North end MN 23 at Russell
Counties Nobles, Murray, Lyon
Highway system
  • Minnesota Trunk Highways
I-90 MN 92

Minnesota State Highway 91 (MN 91) is a highway in southwest Minnesota, which runs from Lyon County Road L14 at the Iowa state line near Ellsworth, and continues north to its northern terminus at its intersection with State Highway 23 at Russell, near the city of Marshall.

Highway 91 is 61 miles (98 km) in length.

Route description[edit]

Highway 91 serves as a north–south route in southwest Minnesota between Marshall, Russell, Lake Wilson, Adrian, Ellsworth, and the Iowa state line.

Highway 91 is also known as Broadway Street in Ellsworth. The route follows Maine Avenue in the city of Adrian. Highway 91 follows College Avenue and Minnesota Avenue in Lake Wilson.

Highway 91 has an interchange with Interstate 90 at Adrian.

The route is legally defined as Legislative Route 91 in the Minnesota Statutes.


Highway 91 was authorized in 1933.

In 1942, only a portion of Highway 91 north of Adrian was paved. Highway 91 was paved between Adrian and the Iowa state line by 1953. The remainder of the route was paved by 1960.[1]

Major intersections[edit]

County Location mi km Destinations Notes
Nobles Grand Prairie Township 0.000 0.000 CR L14 south Continuation into Iowa; former Iowa 91
Adrian 13.400 21.565 CSAH 35 (Pearl Street) Former US 16
13.807 22.220 I-90 – Luverne, Worthington Interchange
Murray Lake Wilson 38.402 61.802 MN 30 east – Slayton Eastern end of MN 30 overlap
38.707 62.293 MN 30 west – Pipestone Western end of MN 30 overlap
Lyon ShelburneRock Lake
township line
56.446 90.841 US 14 – Balaton, Florence
Russell 61.456 98.904 MN 23 – Marshall
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


Route map: Google

KML is from Wikidata
  1. ^ Riner, Steve. "Details of routes 76–100". The Unofficial Minnesota Highways Page. Self-published. Retrieved November 13, 2010. [self-published source]