MS 1957 [Repealed, 1959 c 500 art 6 s 13
161.13 CONNECTING ROUTES.
Subdivision 1. Certain routes may be added.
Routes conforming to the standards and
in the locations hereinafter prescribed may be added to the trunk highway system by order of
the commissioner so as to provide an efficient, practicable and economical method of meeting
situations and conditions that may arise during the periods between legislative sessions requiring
connections between trunk highways on the interstate system and other trunk highways.
Subd. 2. Location.
The commissioner may establish and thereafter construct, reconstruct,
and maintain routes connecting a trunk highway on the interstate system with another trunk
highway in the vicinity of Geneva, Medford, White Bear, Rush City, Pine City and Wyoming. If
after any such connecting route has been constructed, the trunk highway or portion thereof that is
one terminus of such route is removed from the trunk highway system but remains a public road,
the connecting route shall remain a trunk highway.
Subd. 3. Definite and specific locations and numbering left to commissioner.
and specific locations of such routes and the numbering thereof shall be fixed and determined by
order of the commissioner.
Subd. 4. Not to exceed certain lengths.
No such route shall exceed five miles in length,
and the total length of all such routes shall not exceed 25 miles.
History: 1959 c 500 art 2 s 13