List of County-Designated Highways in Michigan

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County-Designated Highway System
A-2 markerA-2 marker
Highway markers for A-2 in both Allegan and Van Buren counties
Zones boundary highways highlighted in red
System information
Maintained by various county road commissions
Formed: October 1970 (1970-10)[1]
Highway names
Interstates: Interstate nn (I-nn)
US Routes: US Highway nn (US nn)
State: M-nn
County-Designated: A-nn through H-nn
County Road: County Road nn (CR nn, Co. Rd. nn)
System links
County-Designated Highways

The County-Designated Highways in Michigan comprise a system of primary county roads across the US state of Michigan. Unlike the State Trunkline Highway System, there is a zone arrangement to the numbering of these highways. The CDH system was created in 1970 in response to the business concerns of a woman from Saugatuck. Her one-woman crusade in the 1960s started after the highway in front of her motel was turned over to local control as a county road and removed from state highway maps when the nearby freeway opened. After nearly a decade of efforts, the first two test highways were designated, one each in the Lower and Upper peninsulas of the state and included on the 1970 state highway map. The CDH system was created and expanded in scope c. October 5, 1970, after it was approved by the County Road Association of Michigan and the State Highway Commission.

The system uses eight lettered zones which are divided by major state highways. Each county road in the system is designated with the zone letter followed by a number. Six of the zones, A–F, are in the Lower Peninsula while the Upper Peninsula is divided into the remaining two, G and H. There have been a total of 66 different highways designated in seven of the zones; as of 2015 no E highways have been named. Participation by the county road commissions is optional, and not all counties use the system. One additional highway, H-16, has appeared on state maps since the 1980s although it is not a part of the system. Of the highways designated, two were removed from the system and later partially restored.

History[edit]

When the Interstate 196 (I-196) freeway was built in the Saugatuck area in the 1960s, US Highway 31 (US 31) was shifted to the new freeway. The former route along Blue Star Highway was returned to county jurisdiction, which removed the various state highway markings from the roadway and displaced Blue Star Highway from the state highway maps of the time. At the time, Mr. and Mrs. Howard and "Gene" Temple owned a motel along the roadway in Saugatuck, and they were dismayed over the number of cancelled reservations they were receiving because guests could not find their business. Mrs. Temple approached the Village of Saugatuck and the local chamber of commerce to get better highway markings for the area. She even contacted state legislators and members of the State Highway Commission. No changes were made, even though businesses along Blue Star Highway were suffering from a lack of traffic.[2]

Photograph of a curve along
H-58 west of Grand Marais

Mrs. Temple contacted officials at the Allegan County Road Commission and the County Road Association of Michigan in August 1968. State Senator Gary Byker of Hudsonville was also contacted, and he convened meetings with representatives on the state, county and local levels in search of a solution. These meetings resulted in a test program for the 1970 state highway map that marked Blue Star Highway as A-2; the Allegan County Road Commission spent $2,000 (equivalent to $20,200 in 2013[3]) to erect about 50 markers along the road in their county.[2] A second road in the Upper Peninsula was designated B-1 between Engadine and Rudyard in Mackinac and Chippewa counties.[4] Both county roads on the state highway map contained the caption "Experimental Program for Identifying Key County Roads". The markers used were the blue and yellow pentagon shields developed by the National Association of County Engineers. Mrs. Temple earned an honor as the first woman in "Michigan to obtain a highway designation from the State Highway Commission".[2]

Photograph of county-designated sign and road.
F-26 in Ogemaw County

The program was implemented by October 5, 1970, and expanded in scope. Instead of using designations beginning with an A for county roads in the Lower Peninsula and with a B for those in the Upper Peninsula, the system was divided into eight zones. The first of these revised assignments were shown on the 1971 state highway map; A-2 retained its number but B-1 was renumbered to H-40 in the Upper Peninsula.[5] Earl Rogers, the engineer-director of the County Road Association of Michigan stated at the time that the county road commissions would gradually phase in signage over the coming years. Participation in the system was made optional, but all counties had agreed to the system.[1] As of 2015, no counties in the E zone have assigned roads to the system, and many counties in the other zones have yet to participate.[6]

Zone system[edit]

As implemented in October 1970, the CDH system is divided into eight zones: six in the Lower Peninsula and two in the Upper Peninsula. This contrasts to the state highway system that makes no attempt to group designations by geography in the state. The boundaries for each zone are determined by major state trunkline highways on each peninsula. Each highway is given a designation composed of the zone letter followed by a two-digit number. Within the zone, numbers are assigned on a grid system: north–south highways use odd numbers and east–west highways have even numbers. Lower numbers are used to the south or west sides of the zones.[1]

The Lower Peninsula is divided into six zones, A-F:

  • The A zone is bordered by I-96 on the north and US 127 on the east.
  • The B zone is bordered by I-96 on the south, US 10 on the north and US 127 on the east.
  • The C zone is bordered by US 10 on the south and both I-75 and US 127 on the east.[a]
  • The D zone is bordered by US 127 on the west and I-96 on the north.
  • The E zone is bordered by US 127 on the west, I-96 on the south and US 10 on the north. As of 2015, no highways have been designated in the E zone.
  • The F Zone is bordered by both I-75 and US 127 on the west and US 10 on the south.[a]
  • The Upper Peninsula is divided into the G and H zones. The dividing line between the two zones is US 41, between Lakes Michigan and Superior with zone G lying west of US 41 and zone H lying east of it.[1]

List[edit]

Number Length (mi)[7] Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Counties Formed Removed Notes
A-2 41.609 66.963 M-63 in Lake Michigan Beach BL I-196/US 31 in Holland Berrien, Van Buren, Allegan 1970[8][9] current Was part of US 31
A-37 23.154 37.263 M-222 in Allegan I-196 in Hudsonville Allegan, Ottawa 1977[10][11] current
A-42 16.441 26.459 M-40 in Heath Township US 131 & M-179 in Hopkins Township Allegan 1982[12][13] current
A-45 41.870 67.383 Bus. US 131 in Kalamazoo M-11 in Grand Rapids Kalamazoo, Allegan, Kent 1972[14][15] current Was part of US 131
B-15 34.069 54.829 US 31, Bus. US 31 & B-86 in Montague Township Bus. US 31 in Pentwater Township Muskegon, Oceana 1970[16][17] current
B-23 10.574 17.017 US 31 in Dalton Township B-86 in Blue Lake Township Muskegon 1971[18][19] current
B-31 25.178 40.520 I-96 in Nunica M-120 in Brunswick Ottawa, Muskegon, Newaygo 1970[20][21] current
B-35 31.004 49.896 I-96 in Coopersville M-82 in Sheridan Township Ottawa, Muskegon, Newaygo 1970[20][21] current Was M-213
B-72 41.283 66.439 US 31 in Muskegon US 131 & M-57 in Algoma Township Muskegon, Ottawa, Kent 1970[22][23] current
B-86 17.059 27.454 US 31 & Bus. US 31/B-15 in Montague Township M-82 & M-120 at the HoltonGreenwoodDaytonSheridan township quadri-point Muskegon, Oceana 1970[24][25] current
B-88 15.416 24.810 M-37 in White Cloud US 131 in Mecosta Township Newaygo, Mecosta 1984[26][27] 1998[28] Became part of M-20[29]
B-96 16.231 26.121 M-37 in Lilley Township US 131 & Bus. US 131 in Big Rapids Township Newaygo, Mecosta 1984[26][27] current
C-38 18.738 30.156 US 131 & M-88 in Mancelona Old 27 & F-38 in Otsego Lake Township Antrim, Otsego 1970[30][31] current
C-42 13.039 20.984 US 131 in Alba M-32 on the ElmiraHayes township line Antrim, Otsego 1970[32][33] current
C-48 36.665 59.007 US 31 in Atwood Old 27 in Corwith Township Antrim, Charlevoix, Otsego 1970[34][35] current
C-56 15.801 25.429 US 31 in Charlevoix Township M-75 in Boyne City Charlevoix 1972[36][37] current
C-58 21.722 34.958 C-81 in Bear Creek Township I-75 in Wolverine Emmet, Cheboygan 1984[38][39] current
C-64 16.304 26.239 US 31 in Pellston M-27 in Inverness Township Emmet, Cheboygan 1970[40][41] current
C-65 18.028 29.013 M-88 in Central Lake Township US 31 in Charlevoix Antrim, Charlevoix 1972[42][43] current
C-66 28.047 45.137 M-119 & C-77 in Cross Village US 23 & M-27 in Cheboygan Emmet, Cheboygan 1970[40][41] current
C-71 5.031 8.097 C-56 in Horton Bay US 31 in Bay Shore Charlevoix, Emmet 1972[44][45] current
C-73 8.118 13.065 M-32 on the JordanWarner township line M-75 in Boyne City Emmet, Charlevoix 1972[44][45] current
C-77 15.970 25.701 M-119 in Harbor Springs M-119 & C-66 in Cross Village Emmet 1970[46][47] current
C-81 10.028 16.139 US 131 & M-75 in Walloon Lake US 31 in Bay View Charlevoix, Emmet 1982[48][49] current Southern segment
C-81 32.658 52.558 M-119 in Little Traverse Township Nicolet Avenue in Mackinaw City Emmet 1970[50][51] current Northern segment
D-19 11.172 17.980 D-32 in Pinckney I-96 in Marion Township Livingston 1970[52][53] current
D-32 8.371 13.472 M-106 in Gregory D-19 in Pinckney Livingston 1970[54][55] current Also called the "Highway to Hell"
F-01 9.934 15.987 F-38 on the CharltonVienna township line F-44 on the Charlton–Vienna township line Otsego, Montmorency 1970[56][57] current Follows the Otsego–Montmorency county line
F-05 24.499 39.427 M-68 in Forest Township US 23 on the CheboyganBenton Township line Cheboygan 1970[58][59] current
F-18 28.761 46.286 F-97 in Nester Township F-19 in Prescott Roscommon, Ogemaw, Iosco 1979[60][61] 1984[62][63]
F-18 18.111 29.147 F-97 in Nester Township M-33 on the HortonMills township line Roscommon, Ogemaw 2003[64][65] current
F-19 13.058 21.015 MasonRichland township line Sage Lake & Laird Lake roads in Hill Township Ogemaw 1977[66][67] 1984[68][69]
F-20 25.120 40.427 Henderson Lake Road on the MillsRichland township line US 23 on the Tawas CityAlabaster Township line Ogemaw, Iosco 1977[70][71] 1984[62][63]
F-21 27.252 43.858 M-32 near Hillman US 23 in Rogers City Montmorency, Presque Isle 1984[72][73] current
F-26 20.871 33.589 Siegrist Road on the HillPlainfield township line M-55 in Tawas Township Iosco County 1977[74][75] 1984[76][77]
F-28 31.905 51.346 F-97 at St. Helen M-65 in Plainfield Township Roscommon, Ogemaw, Iosco 1977[78][79] 1984[80][81]
F-28 2.010 3.235 F-97 in Richfield Township Richfield–Foster township line Roscommon 2003[82][83] current
F-30 21.920 35.277 M-65 in Glennie US 23 in Greenbush Alcona 1973[84][85] current
F-32 55.866 89.908 BL I-75/M-93 in Grayling M-65/M-72 in Curran Crawford, Oscoda, Alcona 1982[86][87] current
F-38 15.834 25.482 Old 27 & C-38 in Otsego Lake Township F-01 on the CharltonVienna township line Otsego 1970[88][89] current
F-41 31.803 51.182 US 23 in Oscoda US 23 in Caledonia Township Iosco, Alcona 1973[90][91] current Was M-171
F-42 7.252 11.671 BL I-75 in Gaylord M-32 Otsego 1970[92][93] current
F-44 15.649 25.185 M-32 on the BagleyLivingston township line F-01 on the CharltonVienna township line Otsego 1970[94][95] current
F-97 72.164 116.137 M-18 on the SageSherman township line M-32 in Charlton Township Gladwin, Roscommon, Crawford, Otsego 1971[96][97] current
G-08 2.335 3.758 CTH-JJ at the Wisconsin state line in Mellen Township US 41 in Wallace Menominee 1970[98][99] current
G-12 0.547 0.880 CR 352 & Z-1 Road in Lake Township M-35 in Cedar River Menominee 1970[100][101] current
G-18 11.850 19.071 CTH-Z at the Wisconsin state line in Holmes Township US 41 in Carney Menominee 1972[102][103] current
G-30 46.470 74.786 M-95 in Randville US 2/US 41 in Bark River Township Dickinson, Menominee Delta 1972[104][105] 1991[106][107] Became part of M-69[107]
G-38 9.632 15.501 G-67 in Ralph US 2/US 41/M-35 in Escanaba Dickinson, Marquette, Delta 1972[108][109] 2002[110][111]
G-67 9.460 15.224 M-69 in Felch G-38 in Ralph Dickinson 1972[112][113] 2002[114][115]
G-69 16.669 26.826 US 2 in Waucedah M-69 in Foster City Dickinson 1972[116][117] current
H-01 11.038 17.764 M-67 in Trenary M-94 in Eben Junction Alger 1972[118][119] current Southern segment
H-01 8.789 14.145 M-94 in Chatham M-28 in Onota Township Alger 1972[120][121] current Northern segment
H-03 7.702 12.395 M-94 in Forest Lake M-28 in Au Train Alger 1972[122][123] current Was M-162
H-05 13.570 21.839 Alger–Delta county line M-94 in Au Train Township Alger 1973[124][125] current
H-11 3.504 5.639 H-58 in Munising Township Miners Castle in Munising Township Alger 2004[126][127] current Was part of H-13[126]
H-13 36.192 58.245 US 2 in Nahma Junction H-58 in Munising Township Delta, Alger, Schoolcraft 1972[128][129] current Runs along Federal Forest Highway 13 (FFH 13)
H-15 4.940 7.950 M-28/M-94 in Shingleton H-58 in Van Meer Alger 1972[122][123] current
FFH 16 50.504 81.278 CR 436 in Stambaugh Township M-38 in Laird Township Iron, Houghton, Ontonagon Mis-marked as "H-16" on state maps in 1983–85[130][131] and again since 1992[132]
H-33 18.222 29.325 US 2 in Newton Township M-28 in Lakefield Township Mackinac, Luce 1970[133][134] current Was M-135
H-37 22.852 36.777 M-123 in McMillan Township H-58 in Deer Park Luce 1970[135][136] current
H-40 52.680 84.780 M-117 in Engadine M-48 in Rudyard Mackinac, Chippewa 1970[137][138] current Was part of M-48 and then B-1 in the test phase
H-42 10.225 16.456 M-77 in Germfask Township H-33 in Curtis Schoolcraft, Mackinac 1970[139][140] current
H-44 8.162 13.135 US 41 in Kiva M-67 in Limestone Alger 1972[120][121] current Western segment
H-44 11.594 18.659 M-77 in Germfask H-33 in Helmer Mackinac, Luce 1970[139][140] current Eastern segment; was part of M-98
H-52 12.631 20.328 M-28 in Hiawatha Township H-58 in Melstrand Alger, Schoolcraft 1972[122][123] 2004[126][127]
H-57 7.635 12.287 US 2 in Moran Township M-123 in Brevort Township Mackinac 1970[141][142] current
H-58 68.985 111.021 M-28 in Munising H-37 in Deer Park Alger, Schoolcraft 1970[143][144] current Western paved section runs through the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore[145]
H-63 45.276 72.865 BL I-75 in St. Ignace Township BS I-75 in Sault Ste. Marie Mackinac, Chippewa 1970[146][147] current Was part of US 2
  •       Former

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Since C-64 and C-66 keep their designations across I-75, M-27 likely forms part of the boundary as well.

References[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "County Primary Road Marking System Okayed". Holland Evening Sentinel. October 5, 1970. p. 6. OCLC 13440201. 
  2. ^ a b c "Blue Star Highway Gets Additional Road Signs". Holland Evening Sentinel. May 5, 1970. p. 18. OCLC 13440201. 
  3. ^ United States nominal Gross Domestic Product per capita figures follow the Measuring Worth series supplied in Williamson, Samuel H. (2015). "What Was the U.S. GDP Then?". MeasuringWorth. Retrieved April 15, 2015.  These figures follow the figures as of 2013.
  4. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1970), §§ C9–C11.
  5. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1971), §§ C9–C11, M7–L8.
  6. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (2015), full map.
  7. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation & Michigan Center for Shared Solutions and Technology Partnerships (2009). MDOT Physical Reference Finder Application (Map). Michigan Department of Transportation. Retrieved August 29, 2010. 
  8. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1970), §§ M7–L8.
  9. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1971), §§ M7–L8.
  10. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways and Transportation (1977), § L8.
  11. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways and Transportation (1978), § L8.
  12. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (1982), §§ L8–L9.
  13. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (1983), §§ L8–L9.
  14. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1972), §§ L9–M9.
  15. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1973), §§ L9–M9.
  16. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1970), §§ J7–K7.
  17. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1971), §§ J7–K7.
  18. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1971), § K7.
  19. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1972), § K7.
  20. ^ a b Michigan Department of State Highways (1970), §§ J8–K8.
  21. ^ a b Michigan Department of State Highways (1971), §§ J8–K8.
  22. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1970), §§ K8–K9.
  23. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways and Transportation (1971), §§ K8–K9.
  24. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1970), §§ J7–J8.
  25. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1971), §§ J7–J8.
  26. ^ a b Michigan Department of Transportation (1984), §§ J8–J9.
  27. ^ a b Michigan Department of Transportation (1985), §§ J8–J9.
  28. ^ Truscott, John (September 24, 1998). "MDOT Accepts Responsibility for 120 Miles of Local Roads" (Press release). Michigan Department of Transportation. Archived from the original on December 13, 2004. 
  29. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (1999), §§ J8–J9.
  30. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1970), §§ G9–G11.
  31. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1971), §§ G9–G11.
  32. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1970), § G10.
  33. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1971), § G10.
  34. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1970), §§ F9–F10.
  35. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1971), §§ F9–F10.
  36. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1972), §§ F9–F10.
  37. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1973), §§ F9–F10.
  38. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (1984), §§ E10–F11.
  39. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (1985), §§ E10–F11.
  40. ^ a b Michigan Department of State Highways (1970), §§ E10–E11.
  41. ^ a b Michigan Department of State Highways (1971), §§ E10–E11.
  42. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1972), § F9.
  43. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1973), § F9.
  44. ^ a b Michigan Department of State Highways (1972), § F10.
  45. ^ a b Michigan Department of State Highways (1973), § F10.
  46. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1970), § E10.
  47. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1971), § E10.
  48. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (1982), § F10.
  49. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (1983), § F10.
  50. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1970), §§ E10–F10.
  51. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1971), §§ E10–F10.
  52. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1970), §§ L12–M12.
  53. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1971), §§ L12–M12.
  54. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1970), §§ M11–M12.
  55. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1971), §§ M11–M12.
  56. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1970), §§ F11–G11.
  57. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1971), §§ F11–G11.
  58. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1970), §§ E11–F11.
  59. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1971), §§ E11–F11.
  60. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways and Transportation (1979), §§ H11–H12.
  61. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (1980), §§ H11–H12.
  62. ^ a b Michigan Department of Transportation (1984), §§ H11–H12.
  63. ^ a b Michigan Department of Transportation (1985), §§ H11–H12.
  64. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (2003), § H11.
  65. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (2004), § H11.
  66. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways and Transportation (1977), § H12.
  67. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways and Transportation (1978), § H12.
  68. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (1984), § H12.
  69. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (1985), § H12.
  70. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways and Transportation (1977), §§ H11–H12.
  71. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways and Transportation (1978), §§ H11–H12.
  72. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (1984), §§ E12–F12.
  73. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (1985), §§ E12–F12.
  74. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways and Transportation (1977), §§ H12–H13.
  75. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways and Transportation (1978), §§ H12–H13.
  76. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (1984), §§ H12–H13.
  77. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (1985), §§ H12–H13.
  78. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways and Transportation (1977), §§ H10–H12.
  79. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways and Transportation (1978), §§ H10–H12.
  80. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (1984), §§ H10–H12.
  81. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (1985), §§ H10–H12.
  82. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (2003), § H10.
  83. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (2004), § H10.
  84. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1973), §§ H12–H13.
  85. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways and Transportation (1974), §§ H12–H13.
  86. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (1982), §§ G10–G11.
  87. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (1983), §§ G10–G11.
  88. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1970), §§ G10–G11.
  89. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1971), §§ G10–G11.
  90. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1973), §§ G13–H13.
  91. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways and Transportation (1974), §§ G13–H13.
  92. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1970), § G11.
  93. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1971), § G11.
  94. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1970), § F11.
  95. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1971), § F11.
  96. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1971), §§ F11–I11.
  97. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1972), §§ F11–I11.
  98. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1970), § F5.
  99. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1971), § F5.
  100. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1970), §§ F4–F6.
  101. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1971), §§ F4–F6.
  102. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1972), § E5.
  103. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1973), § E5.
  104. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1972), §§ D4–E6.
  105. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1973), §§ D4–E6.
  106. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (1991), §§ D4–E6.
  107. ^ a b Michigan Department of Transportation (1992), §§ D4–E6.
  108. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1972), §§ D5–E6.
  109. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1973), §§ D5–E6.
  110. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (2002), §§ D5–E6.
  111. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (2003), §§ D5–E6.
  112. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1972), § D5.
  113. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1973), § D5.
  114. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (2002), § D5.
  115. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (2003), § D5.
  116. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1972), §§ D5–E5.
  117. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1973), §§ D5–E5.
  118. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1972), §§ C6–D6.
  119. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1973), §§ C6–D6.
  120. ^ a b Michigan Department of State Highways (1972), § C6.
  121. ^ a b Michigan Department of State Highways (1973), § C6.
  122. ^ a b c Michigan Department of State Highways (1972), § C7.
  123. ^ a b c Michigan Department of State Highways (1973), § C7.
  124. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1973), §§ C7–D6.
  125. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways and Transportation (1974), §§ C7–D6.
  126. ^ a b c Michigan Department of Transportation (2004), § C7.
  127. ^ a b Michigan Department of Transportation (2005), § C7.
  128. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1972), §§ C7–D7.
  129. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1973), §§ C7–D7.
  130. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (1983), §§ B3–D3.
  131. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (1985), §§ B3–D3.
  132. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (1992), §§ B3–D3.
  133. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1970), §§ C9–D9.
  134. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1971), §§ C9–D9.
  135. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1970), §§ B9–C9.
  136. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1971), §§ B9–C9.
  137. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1970), §§ D9–C11.
  138. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1971), §§ D9–C11.
  139. ^ a b Michigan Department of State Highways (1970), §§ C8–C9.
  140. ^ a b Michigan Department of State Highways (1971), §§ C8–C9.
  141. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1972), § D10.
  142. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1973), § D10.
  143. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1972), §§ C7–B9.
  144. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1973), §§ C7–B9.
  145. ^ Michigan Department of Transportation (2015), § C8.
  146. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1972), §§ C11–D10.
  147. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1973), §§ C11–D10.

Works cited[edit]

  • Michigan Department of State Highways (1970). Official Highway Map (Map). 1 in≈14.5 mi. Lansing: Michigan Department of State Highways. 
  • Michigan Department of State Highways (1971). Official Highway Map (Map). 1 in≈14.5 mi. Lansing: Michigan Department of State Highways. OCLC 77960415. 
  • Michigan Department of State Highways (1972). Official Highway Map (Map). 1 in≈14.5 mi. Lansing: Michigan Department of State Highways. 
  • Michigan Department of State Highways (1973). Official Highway Map (Map). 1 in≈14.5 mi. Lansing: Michigan Department of State Highways. OCLC 81679137. 
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