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Trunk Highway 22
Length: 166 mi[1] (267 km)
Formed: 1920, 1933, 1960[1]
South end: County blank.svg Winnebago C.R. R50 at Kiester Township .,
at the Minnesota — Iowa state line
I-90.svg I-90 at Foster Township ., near Walters
MN-109.svg MN 109 at Wells
MN-30.svg MN 30 at Mapleton
US 14.svg U.S. 14 at Mankato
US 169 (MN).svg MN-99.svg U.S. 169 , MN 99 at St. Peter
MN-5.svg MN-19.svg MN 5 , MN 19 at Gaylord
US 212 (MN).svg U.S. 212 at Glencoe
MN-7.svg MN-15.svg MN 7 , MN 15 at Hutchinson
US 12.svg MN-24.svg U.S. 12 , MN 24 at Litchfield
MN-55.svg MN 55 at Eden Valley
North end: MN-23.svg MN 23 at Richmond
Minnesota State Highways
< MN 21 MN 23 >

Minnesota State Highway 22 is a highway in south-central and central Minnesota, which runs from Winnebago County Road R50 at the Iowa state line near Kiester and continues north to its northern terminus at its intersection with State Highway 23 in Richmond, west of St. Cloud.

Highway 22 is 166 miles (267 km) in length.

Route description

State Highway 22 serves as a north–south arterial route between Wells, Mankato, St. Peter, Gaylord, Glencoe, Hutchinson, Litchfield, and Richmond.

The route passes through the counties of:

Highway 22 parallels State Highway 15 throughout its route. Highway 22 also intersects with Highway 15 at Hutchinson.

The route crosses the Minnesota River between St. Peter and Kasota.

Highway 22 is built as a four-lane divided highway on the east side of Mankato.

The southern terminus for Highway 22 is at the Iowa state line, near Kiester, where Highway 22 becomes Winnebago County Road R50 (140th Avenue) upon crossing the state line.


State Highway 22 was authorized in 1920, 1933, and 1960.

The southernmost section of Highway 22 was added in 1933.

The section of Highway 22 between Mankato and St. Peter follows the original route of U.S. Highway 169. When the parallel route west of the Minnesota River was first completed in the late 1950s, it originally carried the Highway 22 designation for a few years until it was redesignated U.S. 169 and Highway 22 reverted to its original alignment.

From 1934 to 1961, the northern terminus for Highway 22 was at its intersection with State Highway 55 in Eden Valley. The Highway 22 designation was extended north to Richmond in 1961.

Highway 22 was paved in its entirety by 1953.

The new alignment section of Highway 22 on the southeast side of Mankato to U.S. Highway 14 was constructed circa 1990.


  1. ^ a b Riner, Steve. "Details of Routes 1-25". The Unofficial Minnesota Highways Page. Retrieved 2007-02-24.  


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