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Jurisdictional Transfers and Control Section Revisions
This page provides descriptions of state highway system changes in the Minnesota Department of Transportation, Metropolitan Division’s district. The district includes the counties of Anoka, Carver, Chisago, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott, and Washington. Changes to the system are most commonly jurisdictional transfer of a state highway resulting from its replacement by a new state highway. Typically jurisdictional transfers are from state to county. As transfers occur notice will be posted here with a description of the route including termini, a map, and identification of the agency with responsibility for the highway.
State highways are divided into segments called control sections administrative and record keeping purposes. Theses segments are typically revised as the result of jurisdictional transfers or the creation of new highway segments. Inclusion of control section letters here is primarily for the benefit of Metropolitan Division personnel.
Minnesota 244 Effective October 15, 2002, Minnesota (MN) 244 from United States 61 to MN 120 in the city of White Bear Lake has was transferred to the jurisdiction of Ramsey County. The road is known as County Road E and as County State Aid Highway 15.
Minnesota 120 Effective October 15, 2002, Minnesota (MN) 120 from Interstate (I) 494 to (I) 94 in the cities of Maplewood and Woodbury was transferred to the jurisdiction of Ramsey and Washington counties. The transferred roadways include parts of Valley Creek Road and Century Avenue.
Valley Creek Road from (I) 494 to Century Avenue is designated Washington County State Aid Highway 16. Century Avenue from Valley Creek Road to (I) 94 is under the joint jurisdiction of both counties, but will be only signed as Washington County CSAH 25 because Washington County will maintain the entire roadway.
Effective May 15, 2001, Minnesota 288 was transferred to the jurisdiction of Anoka County. The entire route is included in the transfer from its junction with United States 10 to its terminus on the grounds of the old Anoka Metro Regional Treatment Center.Route Map
Effective July 15, 2000, the former route of United States (US) 10, in the cities of Coon Rapids, Blaine, Spring Lake Park and Mounds View, from Minnesota (MN) 47 to Interstate (I) 35W was transferred to county jurisdiction.
Former US 10 are designated Anoka County State Aid Highway (CSAH) 10 from MN 47 in the City of Coon Rapids to the east Anoka County line in the City of Spring Lake Park. From the west Ramsey County line in the City of Spring Lake Park to I 35W in the City of Mounds View, former US 10 is designated Ramsey County CSAH 10.
In 1999 the US 10 designation was moved, from the former route described above, to former MN 118 and new construction creating the current route for US 10.
Effective May 25, 2000, Minnesota (MN) 49 from Interstate (I) 694 in the cities of Shoreview and Vadnais Heights to University Avenue in the City of Saint Paul became Ramsey County State Aid Highway (CSAH) 49. The CSAH designation of former MN 49 has completed the jurisdictional transfer of the highway from state jurisdiction, to county and local jurisdiction. Former MN 49 from I 694 north to its end at the Lino Lakes Correctional Facility was transferred to county and local jurisdiction in 1996.
Effective April 24, 2000, a portion of Minnesota 952 —University Avenue from Rice Street to Robert Street, and Robert Street from University to Interstate 94— in the City of Saint Paul became Ramsey County State Aid Highway 34.
(MN) 312 is a temporary route number assigned to new United States (US) 212 in Carver and Hennepin counties. It is a temporary designation until construction along the entire proposed alignment for new US 212 is complete. Once construction is complete the US 212 route designation will be moved from its current location to the new highway, and the MN 312 will be eliminated.
Construction has begun along the new alignment and will be open to traffic prior to completion of the entire new highway. Since the old route and portions of the new route will be open to traffic simultaneously, a temporary number is needed to distinguish between the two routes.Route Map Control Section Letter