Roads of the Mid-South & West > Highways of the State of Minnesota > Interstate 35, Minnesota
Interstate 35 is the main north-south interstate in Minnesota. This runs along the eastern portion of the state. It enters Minnesota from Iowa south of Albert Lea and runs to north of Duluth, via Minneapolis-St. Paul.
At Minneapolis-St. Paul it splits into "lettered" interstates (I-35E/I-35W). This is just like I-35 does at Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas. Niether city wanted to give up it's I-35 "main-line" when the AASHO ordered the dropping of the "lettered" highways.
While in Minnesota, I-35 is multi-plexed several times.
I-35 is multi-plexed with...
...U.S. Rt. 14, near Owatonna.
...U.S. Rt. 2, at Duluth.
In Minnesota, Interstate 35 crosses the following interstates.
Interstate 90, at Albert Lea.
A mileage chart on NB I-90.
A BGS on NB I-35.
Interstate 35E, at Burnsville.
Interstate 35W, at Burnsville.
Interstate 35E, near Forest Lake.
Interstate 35W, near Forest Lake.
Interstate 535, at Duluth.
Branches of I-35 in Minnesota.
SB I-35 at Albert Lea.
NB I-35 at Albert Lea.
NB I-35 at the Minnesota/Iowa State Line.
8 May 2016