Minnesota State Highway 33

Minnesota State Highway 33

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Minnesota State Highway 33

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Minnesota State Highway 33 is a highway in northeast Minnesota, which runs from its interchange with Interstate 35 at Cloquet and continues north to its northern terminus at its interchange with U.S. Highway 53 at Independence. The highway is constructed as a four-lane expressway with a speed limit, except for a short distance through the city of Cloquet, where the route is located on a four-lane city surface street.

Highway 33 is a bypass of Duluth for travelers headed to the Iron Range of northern Minnesota and International Falls. The route connects Interstate 35 at Cloquet with U.S. 53 at Independence.

The route is in length.

Route description

Highway 33 serves as a north–south route between Cloquet and Independence in northeast Minnesota.

The southern terminus of the route is at an interchange with Interstate 35 at Exit 237 on the south side of Cloquet. All Highway 33 southbound traffic must enter the I-35 freeway at this interchange. Heading northbound, Highway 33 has a signal-controlled intersection with Big Lake Road / Doddridge Avenue (County 7) in Cloquet. Highway 33 then travels through the center of Cloquet's downtown area on a four-lane surface street. In downtown Cloquet, the highway runs past the R.W. Lindholm Service Station, which is the only service station designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Highway 33 then has a signal-controlled intersection with Cloquet Avenue at downtown Cloquet. Highway 33 then crosses the Saint Louis......
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