Minnesota Highway 101 (II)**
Southern Terminus
Northern Terminus
At I-94 in Rogers, MN At US 10/US 169 in Elk River, MN

** - Currently, there are two segments of the former full length of MN 101 remaining.  This is the northern one.  The southern one runs from US 212 to the intersection with Vinehill Rd where Minnetonka, Eden Prairie, and Chanhassan all come together.  Carver County has thus far refused to take over its portion of MN 101, and so negotiations are continuing.  Until Carver County accepts the turnback, this southern portion will remain MN 101.

Southern Terminus
Southbound at the loop to eastbound I-94.  This interchange marks the northern end of MN 101 (II). Photo by Monte Castleman.
Closer-up view of the intersection in the background of the above photo.  This is where the eastbound off-ramp from I-94 intersects. Photo by Glenn Olson, taken September 1, 2001.

Northern Terminus

The Northern Terminus of MN 101 is at an interchange with US 10/169 in Elk River.  US 169 will head North towards Zimmerman and MN 101 South towards I-94.  Photo by Don Greiskalns.

At the end of the Mississippi River bridge, where MN 101 encounters its north end at the interchange with US 10/169.  Photo by Adam Froehlig, taken April 24, 2003.

This signal is for the off-ramp from westbound US 10.  At one point, there was a left-turn lane and movement here to get onto westbound US 10, before the loop for that movement was built in the early 1990s.  Photo by Adam Froehlig, taken April 24, 2003.

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Last Updated:  November 22, 2003

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