Completed Studies

  1. CH 2 & I-35 Interchange Design (2016)

  2. CH 27 Corridor Study (2014)

    The CH 27 Corridor Study evaluated the short-term needs and a long-term vision as an important Minor-Arterial roadway serving eastern Scott County.

  3. CH 8 Corridor Study (2013)

    The purpose of the CH 8 Corridor Study is to define a long-term plan for preserving rights-of-way, managing access, and providing guidance for future road improvements.

  4. TH 13 Corridor Study (Mn/DOT, 2013)

    Mn/DOT, in cooperation with Dakota County, Scott County, the City of Burnsville and the City of Savage, conducted a study to provide updated guidance for transportation improvements along Trunk Highway 13 through Savage and western Burnsville.

  5. CH 101 Corridor Plan (2010)

    This study guided the infrastructure replacement and road reconstruction project for CH 101 in Downtown Shakopee. The road reconstruction project was completed in 2011.

  6. TH 169 Frontage Road Study (2010)

    The purpose of this study is to identify an alignment, land acquisition, and easement needs for a future frontage road along TH 169, between CH 78 and CH 14 in Louisville Township.

  7. CH 17 / TH 13 Corridor Study (2009)

    Scott County and MnDOT, along with the Cities of Shakopee and Prior Lake, and Spring Lake and Cedar Lake Townships, identified a long term vision for preserving the function and mobility of County Highway 17 (CH 17) and Minnesota Trunk Highway 13 (TH 13).

  8. CH 66 / CH 64 Corridor Preservation Study (2009)

    This study was initiated to take a more focused look at CH 66 and CH 64 near TH 169. This study evaluates long-term roadway connections as a guide for future development.

  9. CH 42 Vision & Implementation Plan (2008)

    The Highway 42 Plan provides guidance for planning the future of this important regional roadway—how it should be designed, what areas should be preserved for expansion, and what projects should be implemented in the future.

  10. CH 21 Extension EIS (2006)

    Environmental review documents for the CH 21 corridor extension project in Shakopee and Prior Lake. Study of this corridor began in the 1990s and completed with the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS).

  11. CH 8 Corridor Preservation Study (2005)

    The purpose of this study was to identify a corridor to be used for future right-of-way preservation only, there are no plans to construct any part of an extension on CH 8 now.

  12. CH 21 Corridor Study (2005)

    The purpose of this study was to address existing and future deficiencies along CH 21 between CH 82 and CH 87 in the city of Prior Lake.

  13. Elko Speedway Area Traffic Study (2004)

    The purpose of the study was to gather information to assist in planning and design of roadways in the City of Elko.

  14. CH 5 / CH 7 Realignment Study (2003)

    The purpose of this study was to evaluate the continuity and functionality of the County Highway System as a result of the planned changes in TH 169 intersection locations.

  15. CH 12 Alignment Study (2003)

    The purpose of this study was to identify an alignment through the Spring Lake Regional Park area in order to accommodate the desire to provide a future picnic area between the shoreline and CH 12. This road segment was constructed in 2006.

  16. TH 169 Belle Plaine Area Plan (2003)

    The TH 169 - Belle Plaine Area Plan, produced in 2003 subsequent to the TH 169 Inter-Regional Corridor Study, provides detailed guidance for access, improvements, and frontage roads along TH 169 in the City of Belle Plaine.

  17. CH 16 Corridor Study (2002)

    This planning study was completed to define the future design and right-of-way needs along the CH 16 corridor, from CH 83 in Shakopee to TH 13 in Savage.

  18. TH 169 Inter-Regional Corridor Study (MnDOT, 2002)

    This document guides access and future improvements to TH 169 from I-494 to Mankato, including concept interchange designs, access locations, and corridor vision.

  19. CH 42 Corridor Study (1999)

    The purpose of the study was to gather information, define issues, and suggest possible improvement options. Scott County partnered with Dakota County and affected cities along the route for this study.