List of U.S. Highways in Michigan

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United States Numbered Highways of the State Trunkline Highway System
US Highway 102 markerUS Highway 16 markerUS Highway 24 marker
Highway markers from different years for former US Highway 102 (1926), former US 16 (1948), and current US Highway 24 (1973)
System information
Maintained by MDOT
Length: 2,299.653 mi[3] (3,700.933 km)
Formed: November 11, 1926 (1926-11-11)[1][2]
Highway names
US Routes: US Highway nn (US nn)
Special Routes:

Alternate US Highway nn (Alt. US nn);
Business US Highway nn (Bus. US nn);
Bypass US Highway nn (Byp. US nn);
Connector US Highway nn (Conn. US nn);

Truck US Highway nn (Truck US nn);
System links

Mainline highways[edit]

Number Length (mi)[3] Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Formed Removed Notes
US 2 109.177 175.703 US 2 at Ironwood US 2/US 141 near Crystal Falls 1926[2] current Western segment
US 2 195.974 315.390 US 2/US 141 near Iron Mountain I-75 & BL I-75 in St. Ignace 1926[2] current Eastern segment
US 8 2.322 3.737 US 8 at Norway Township US 2 in Norway 1926[2] current
US 10 139.656 224.755 Car ferry dock in Ludington I-75/US 23 & BS I-75/M-25 near Bay City 1926[2] current Connects to US 10 in Wisconsin via the SS Badger carferry
US 12 210.077 338.086 US 12 at New Buffalo Michigan & Cass avenues in Detroit 1926[2] current
US 16 210.643 338.997 Car ferry docks in Muskegon US 10, US 12, US 25 & US 112 in Detroit 1926[2] 1962[4][5] Replaced by I-96
US 23 362.152 582.827 US 23/US 223 near Temperance I-75 in Mackinaw City 1926[2] current Longest US highway in Michigan
US 24 79.828 128.471 US 24 near Erie I-75 near Clarkston 1926[2] current
US 25 190.953 307.309 US 25 near Erie M-25 & M-53 in Port Austin 1926[2] 1973[6][7] Replaced by M-125, I-75, I-94, and M-25
US 27 218.195 351.151 I-69/US 27 near Kinderhook I-75 near Grayling 1926[2] 1999[8] Replaced by I-69 and US 127; signage removed in 2002
US 31 356.527 573.775 US 31 near Niles I-75 near Mackinaw City 1926[2] current
US 33 2.835 4.562 US 33 near Niles US 12 near Niles 1937 1997[9] Replaced by M-51; signage removed in 1998
US 41 278.769 448.635 US 41 at Menominee Cul-de-sac near Copper Harbor 1926[2] current
US 45 54.759 88.126 US 45/WIS 32 near Watersmeet Ontonagon & River streets in Ontonagon 1935[10][11] current
US 102 44.094 70.962 US 2 in Crystal Falls US 41/M-28 near Covington 1926[2] 1928[12] Replaced by US 141
US 112 205.507 330.731 US 12 in New Buffalo US 10, US 12, US 16 & US 25 in Detroit 1926[2] 1962[13] Replaced by US 12 when I-94 replaced US 12
US 112S 1.709 2.750 US 112S at Indiana state line US 112 near Union 1931[14][15] 1935[11][16] Replaced by M-205, now a county road
US 127 212.168 341.451 US 127 near Hudson I-75 near Grayling 1926[2] current
US 131 269.313 433.417 US 131 near White Pigeon US 31 in Petoskey 1926[2] current
US 141 7.892 12.701 US 141 near Quinnesec US 2/US 141 near Iron Mountain 1928[12] current Southern segment
US 141 43.602 70.171 US 2/US 141 near Crystal Falls US 41/M-28 near Covington 1928[12] current Northern segment
US 223 45.695 73.539 US 23/US 223 near Temperance US 127 near Somerset 1930[17][18] current
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Special routes[edit]

Number Length (mi)[3] Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Formed Removed Notes

Bus. US 2
1.270 2.044 Ironwood Ironwood 1945[19] current Business spur; previously included a connection across the state line into Hurley, Wisconsin[20][21]

Bus. US 10
2.095 3.372 Reed City Reed City 1960[22][23] current

Bus. US 10
5.002 8.050 Clare Wise Township 1975[24][25] current

Bus. US 10
7.200 11.587 Midland Midland 1960[26][27] current

Bus. US 10
14.767 23.765 Mount Morris Township Grand Blanc Township 1942[28] 1962[29][30] Served Flint; replaced by Bus. M-54, also since returned to local control

Bus. US 10
6.925 11.145 Waterford Township, Michigan Bloomfield Township 1961[31][32] 1986[33][34] Served Pontiac; replaced by Bus. US 24

Bus. US 12
5.327 8.573 Niles Niles 1962[13] 2010[35] Replaced by M-51, M-139

Alt. US 12
Kalamazoo Kalamazoo Replaced by M-96

Bus. US 12
Kalamazoo Kalamazoo 1961 Replaced by BL I-94

Bus. US 12
Battle Creek Battle Creek 1961 Replaced by BL I-94

Bus. US 12
Marshall Marshall 1961 Replaced by BL I-94

Bus. US 12
Albion Albion 1961 Replaced by BL I-94

Bus. US 12
Jackson Jackson 1961 Replaced by BL I-94

Bus. US 12
8.020 12.907 Ypsilanti Ypsilanti 1962[13] current Replaced Bus. US 112

Alt. US 16
Muskegon Norton Shores

Bus. US 16
Grand Rapids Grand Rapids 1953[36][37] 1962

Byp. US 16
Grand Rapids Grand Rapids 1942[38] 1953[36][37] Replaced by M-11 and M-37/M-44

Alt. US 16
Novi Novi

Bus. US 16
4.129 6.645 Farmington Farmington 1956[39][40] 1961[41][42] Replaced by BL I-96, now M-5

Bus. US 23
Fenton Fenton 1958 Business spur, now under city control

Bus. US 23
7.42 11.94 Ann Arbor Ann Arbor 1962 current
US 23A Saginaw Saginaw Replaced by M-47

Bus. US 23
Saginaw Replaced by BL I-75

Bus. US 23
Bay City Bay City Replaced by BL I-75/M-25 and M-84

Alt. US 23
24.8 39.9 Kawkawlin Standish 1967 Replaced by M-13

Bus. US 23
4.07 6.55 Rogers City Rogers City 1942 current
US 24A Erie Erie 1959 Replaced by I-75

Conn. US 24
Erie Erie Unsigned

Conn. US 24
Taylor Taylor Unsigned

Conn. US 24
Woodhaven Woodhaven Unsigned

Bus. US 24
6.925 11.145 Bloomfield Township Waterford Township 1986[33][34] current Serves Pontiac; formerly Bus. US 10
US 25A Erie Erie Replaced by US 24A and later I-75

Alt. US 25
Port Huron Port Huron Replaced by M-25

Bus. US 25
Port Huron Port Huron Replaced by BL I-94

Bus. US 27
Charlotte Charlotte Replaced by BL I-69

Bus. US 27
Lansing Lansing Now unsigned trunkline in Lansing

Truck US 27
1.5 2.4 Lansing Lansing 1936 1950 Replaced by US 27

Bus. US 27
St. Johns St. Johns 2002[43][44] Replaced by Bus. US 127

Bus. US 27
3.745 6.027 Ithaca Ithaca 2002[43][44] Replaced by Bus. US 127

Bus. US 27
5.631 9.062 Alma Alma 2002[43][44] Replaced by Bus. US 127

Bus. US 27
4.711 7.582 St. Louis St. Louis 2002[43][44] Replaced by Bus. US 127

Bus. US 27
5.688 9.154 Mt. Pleasant Mt. Pleasant 2002[43][44] Replaced by Bus. US 127

Bus. US 27
3.374 5.430 Clare Clare 2002[43][44] Replaced by Bus. US 127

Bus. US 27
6.903 11.109 Harrison Harrison 2002[43][44] Replaced by Bus. US 127

Bus. US 31
South Haven South Haven Replaced by BL I-196

Bus. US 31
4.30 6.92 Holland Returned to city control

Bus. US 31
9.60 15.45 Norton Shores North Muskegon

Bus. US 31
4.88 7.85 Whitehall Montague 1964 current

Bus. US 31
2.3 3.7 Hart Hart Business spur

Bus. US 31
6.99 11.25 Pentwater Pentwater 1955 current

Bus. US 31
3.1 5.0 Pere Marquette Township Ludington Business spur

Bus. US 41
2.343 3.771 Marquette Marquette 1963[45] 2005[46] Returned to city control

Bus. US 41
4.873 7.842 Ishpeming Negaunee 1937[47][48] 1958[49] Replaced by Bus. M-28

Bus. US 41
4.256 6.849 Baraga Baraga Township 1940[50][51] 1942[52] Returned to local control

Bus. US 112
Niles Niles 1956 1962[13] Replaced by Bus. US 12

Byp. US 112
Yspilanti Ypsilanti 1959 Replaced by I-94

Bus. US 112
Ypsilanti Ypsilanti 1943[53][54] 1962[13] Replaced by Bus. US 12

Bus. US 127
6.443 10.369 Jackson Jackson

Bus. US 127
Lansing Lansing Unsigned

Bus. US 127
8.67 13.95 St. Johns St. Johns 2002[43][44] current

Bus. US 127
3.745 6.027 Ithaca Ithaca 2002[43][44] current

Bus. US 127
5.631 9.062 Alma Alma 2002[43][44] current

Bus. US 127
4.711 7.582 St. Louis St. Louis 2002[43][44] current

Bus. US 127
5.688 9.154 Mt. Pleasant Mt. Pleasant 2002[43][44] current

Bus. US 127
3.374 5.430 Clare Clare 2002[43][44] current

Bus. US 127
6.903 11.109 Harrison Harrison 2002[43][44] current

Bus. US 131
3.656 5.884 Constantine Constantine 2013[55] current

Bus. US 131
2.982 4.799 Three Rivers Three Rivers

Bus. US 131
9.999 16.092 Kalamazoo Kalamazoo

Byp. US 131
Grand Rapids Grand Rapids Replaced by M-11, M-37 and M-44

Bus. US 131
2.419 3.893 Grand Rapids Grand Rapids

Bus. US 131
6.860 11.040 Big Rapids Big Rapids

Bus. US 131
5.597 9.007 Cadillac Cadillac

Bus. US 131
5.667 9.120 Manton Manton

Bus. US 223
3.751 6.037 Adrian Adrian 1956[56][57] current
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See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q Bureau of Public Roads & American Association of State Highway Officials (November 11, 1926). United States System of Highways Adopted for Uniform Marking by the American Association of State Highway Officials (Map). 1:7,000,000. Washington, DC: U.S. Geological Survey. OCLC 32889555. Retrieved November 7, 2013 – via University of North Texas Libraries. 
  3. ^ a b c Michigan Department of Transportation & Michigan Center for Shared Solutions and Technology Partnerships (2009). MDOT Physical Reference Finder Application (Map). Michigan Department of Transportation. Retrieved November 18, 2010. 
  4. ^ Michigan State Highway Department (1962). Official Highway Map (Map). Scale not given. Lansing: Michigan State Highway Department. §§ K8–M14. OCLC 173191490. 
  5. ^ Michigan State Highway Department (1963). Official Highway Map (Map). Scale not given. Lansing: Michigan State Highway Department. §§ K8–M14. 
  6. ^ Michigan Department of State Highways (1973). Official Highway Map (Map). 1 in≈14.5 mi. Lansing: Michigan Department of State Highways. §§ I14–M14, M13–N13. OCLC 81679137. 
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  11. ^ a b Michigan State Highway Department & Rand McNally (May 15, 1935). Official Michigan Highway Map (Map). Scale not given. Lansing: Michigan State Highway Department. 
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  19. ^ Michigan State Highway Department (October 1, 1945). Official Highway Map of Michigan (Map). Scale not given. Lansing: Michigan State Highway Department. § C1. OCLC 554645076. 
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  22. ^ Michigan State Highway Department (1958). Official Highway Map (Map). Scale not given. Lansing: Michigan State Highway Department. § I9. OCLC 51856742.  (Includes all changes through July 1, 1958)
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