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  Interstate 275 Michigan @ Interstate-Guide.com
Interstate 275 is the western bypass of the Detroit metropolitan area via Romulus, the Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, Canton, and Livonia.
Interstate 75 southbound at Exit 20 for Interstate 275 north.
Interstate 75 northbound at the split with Interstate 275 north (Exit 20).
www.interstate-guide.com /i-275_mi.html   (487 words)

  
 Michigan - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Michigan was explored and settled by French voyageurs in the 17th century.
Michigan's state universities are immune from control by the legislature, the governor and most aspects of the executive branch, and the cities in or near which they are located; but they are not immune from the authority of the courts.
Michigan was the first state in the Union to abolish the death penalty, in 1846.
www.arikah.com /encyclopedia/Michigan   (5241 words)

  
 Detroit Freeways
Interstate 75 is known as the Chrysler Freeway from downtown Detroit to the Pontiac area in Oakland County.
Interstate 275 was originally to run from I-75 in Monroe County and connect back to I-75 near Clarkston, but these plans were scrapped in the 1970s, after fierce public opposition.
Interstate 275 is six lanes throughout most of its length with the exception of the final two miles from US-24/Telegraph Road to I-75 in Monroe County, and the concurrent section with I-96 when it becomes 8 lanes.
www.detroitrising.com /freeways.htm   (2779 words)

  
 Interstate Highway System at AllExperts
Auxiliary Interstate Highways are given three-digit route numbers, which consist of a single digit prefixed to the two-digit number of a primary Interstate highway, to designate spur or loop routes branching from either the primary route or one of its other auxiliary routes.
Interstate 238 near Oakland, California is one of two major exceptions to the numbering scheme, as no Interstate 38 exists.
On even-numbered Interstates, mileage increases to the east and decreases to the west (except on the I-90 portion of the New York State Thruway and the I-190 spur into O'Hare International Airport in Chicago, both of which count up going west); and on odd-numbered Interstates, mileage increases to the north and decreases to the south.
en.allexperts.com /e/i/in/interstate_highway_system.htm   (4441 words)

  
 Florida @ SouthEastRoads.com - Interstate 75 - Index
Interstate 75 is the longest Interstate highway in the state of Florida.
In the 1958 original plan, Interstate 75 was not slated to extend south of Tampa; the major north-south freeway was instead planned to culminate its southbound journey in Tampa at an interchange with Interstate 4 near downtown.
Rather than have Interstate 75 pass through the metropolitan area, it was deemed too expensive to maintain the Interstate 275 corridor to a level that would accommodate that level of traffic; a study in 1972 indicated that the freeway would need to be improved significantly within four years.
www.southeastroads.com /i-075_fl.html   (1763 words)

  
 Michigan Highways: Michigan's State Trunkline System
Michigan State Trunkline Record Holders - This PDF document details the record holders for both longest and shortest "regular" state trunkline routes, business connections and unsigned trunklines.
Michigan was the second jurisdiction in the world to both designate and sign a numbered system of state trunkline highways in 1918-19.
Wisconsin, Michigan's neighbor to the west, was the first place anywhere to have a numbered, signposted state highway system.
www.michiganhighways.org /trunkline_system.html   (621 words)

  
 Michigan Highways: Highways 250 through 696
This is because the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) does not share the opinion with MDOT that I-275 continues northerly from the I-96/Jeffries Frwy and M-14 jct concurrently with I-96 to the massive I-96/I-275/I-696/M-5 interchange in Novi/Farmington Hills.
I-375 is the shortest Interstate highway in the state, beating I-194 and I-296 by approximately 2-1/4 miles.
As with much of I-275 in the western Metro Detroit suburbs, portions of I-696 were constructed in the 1970s using the "Continuous Reinforced Concrete" method, which eschewed the common practice of adding expansion joints to the concrete surface in exchange for additional reinforcement in the concrete.
www.michiganhighways.org /listings/MichHwys250-696.html   (5529 words)

  
 Interstate 75 at AllExperts
Interstate 75 (abbreviated I-75) is an interstate highway in the midwest and southeastern United States.
The final stretch of Interstate 75 was completed in 1986 in Dade (present Miami-Dade) and Broward Counties in Florida, although the last stretch to receive the I-75 signage was a revamped Alligator Alley in 1993.
The eastern terminus of Alligator Alley, the southern terminus of Sawgrass Expressway, and the western terminus of Interstate 595 are in the same stack interchange.
en.allexperts.com /e/i/in/interstate_75.htm   (2017 words)

  
 I-275 Ends | Michigan Highway Ends
The southern terminus of I-275 is at its parent route, I-75, in northeastern Monroe County.
This is the final sign gantry on south I-275, at the split of the ramps to south and north I-75, respectively.
At the exit for Nadeau Road is the first mention of the upcoming I-275 interchange on north I-75, 1.75 miles away.
www.state-ends.com /michigan/i275   (653 words)

  
 Interstate 275
AASHTO was discouraging letter-suffixed interstates by this time, and on August 24, 1973 the bypass became I-275.
Although I-275 is a complete loop around the city, it apparently wanders too far afield to be a convenient bypass route.
Therefore I-275 is not of much use as a bypass and relieves a negligible amount of through traffic from I-71, I-74, or I-75...
www.kurumi.com /roads/3di/i275.html   (995 words)

  
 Larry's Phat Page: Highways | Interstate 94
Interstate 43: Multiplex from Exit 310 to Exit 316 in Milwaukee, WI
Interstate 894 — 10 miles long; 180° loop, south and west of I-94, bypassing downtown Milwaukee, WI; called the “Zoo Freeway” because Milwaukee’s zoo is at its western terminus; north-south segment multiplexed with U.S. Route 45, and east-west segment multiplexed with Interstate 43 (although I-894’s numbering takes precedence); termini at I-94 Exits 305 and 316
Multiplexing with Interstate 43 to the south of downtown, I-94 comes to a 50-mph (80 km/h) curve to the west.
www.phatpage.org /highways/i94.html   (2118 words)

  
 Interstate 375
Interstate 375 is the shortest signed interstate in the United States.
A few interstate routes are officially shorter, but their interstate identity exists only on route logs, not on highway signs.
In July 2000, the Michigan DOT proposed a three-block extension of I-375, moving its terminus further south.
www.kurumi.com /roads/3di/i375.html   (516 words)

  
 In Michigan, criticism grows over Toronto's export of trash - The Boston Globe
Toronto's rate of recycling paper and plastic is on par with efforts in other big cities, and the wet garbage that Racanelli threw onto his truck was part of an ambitious program of collecting organic kitchen waste separately to be eaten by microbes and returned to the soil.
The business is a growing political issue within Michigan, led by those concerned that the state has become a dumping ground.
The garbage that goes to Michigan seems pretty sweet to the Sumpter Township government.
www.boston.com /news/world/canada/articles/2004/09/19/in_michigan_criticism_grows_over_torontos_export_of_trash   (686 words)

  
 This date in Michigan History
Michigan becomes the first state to have a border-to-border interstate freeway.
A 7-mile section of Interstate 94 opened through St. Clair Shores and Roseville completed the 275-mile highway that ran from New Buffalo on the west to Port Huron on the east.
Completing I-94 made Michigan the first state in the nation to have a border-to-border interstate highway.
www.michiganhistorymagazine.com /date/february03/02_01_1967.html   (92 words)

  
 Michigan
Michigan (pronounced) is a Midwestern state of the United States.
Michigan is constituted of two peninsulas that lie between 82°30' to about 90º30' west longitude, and are separated by the Straits of Mackinac.
Michigan has a thriving tourist industry, with destinations such as Traverse City, Mackinac Island, Ludington, Muskegon, Saugatuck, the Upper Peninsula, and Detroit, drawing vacationers, hunters, and nature enthusiasts from across the United States and Canada.
articles.gourt.com /en/Michigan   (5166 words)

  
 US FDA/CFSAN - IMS List - Sanitation Compliance and Enforcement Ratings of Interstate Milk Shippers - Table of Contents
Interstate milk shippers who have been certified by State Milk sanitation authorities as having attained the milk sanitation compliance ratings are indicated in the following list.
The interstate milk shipper's milk supply must be under the routine supervision of an official agency-State or local.
If the name and address of the plant at which pasteurization took place it not imprinted on the container, proper identification of a container may include the name and main address of manufacturer, processor, or distributor plus the code number that identifies the State and plant in which the product was pasteurized.
www.cfsan.fda.gov /~ear/ims-toc.html   (2090 words)

  
 Indiana travel guide - Wikitravel
Interstate 65 is the major north-south route from Gary south to Indianapolis then entering Kentucky at Louisville.
Interstate 64 crosses southern Indiana from Illinois (25 miles northwest of Evansville) to New Albany.
Interstate 69 runs from northeast Indiana, out of Michigan, through Fort Wayne to Indianapolis, where it ends (there are plans to extend it to Evansville and eventually to Texas).
wikitravel.org /en/Indiana   (863 words)

  
 Wyandotte.net - The Official City of Wyandotte Web - Wyandotte, Michigan
Interstate 94 E, to Southfield Rd. Exit #, travel South to Fort St., head South 5 miles to Eureka Rd. head East 1 mile to Downtown Wyandotte.
Interstate 96 E, to Interstate 275 S., Interstate 94 E to Southfield Rd. Exit #, travel South to Fort St., head South 5 miles to Eureka Rd. head East 1 mile to Downtown Wyandotte.
Interstate 696 E, to Interstate 75 S., Interstate 75 S to Northline Rd. Exit #, travel East 2 3/4 miles to Biddle Ave, head south 1 1/2 miles to Downtown Wyandotte.
www.wyandotte.net /community-extras/directions.htm   (284 words)

  
 I-96 Ends | Michigan Highway Ends
By 1977, with the completion of I-275 and the Jeffries Freeway, I-96 was re-routed onto its current path along I-275 and the Jeffries Freeway.
At the exit for the bridge to Canada, there is an END I-96 shield which marks the official end to the intrastate Interstate.
This is a rare case for signing an endpoint in Michigan, as the normal MDOT standard is to place an ENDS plate beneath the route marker.
www.state-ends.com /michigan/i96   (1010 words)

  
 Larry's Phat Page: Highways | Interstate 75
Interstate 85: Multiplex from Exit 242 to Exit 251 in Atlanta, GA
Interstate 64: Multiplex from Exit 111 to Exit 118 near Lexington, KY
Interstate 275 — 35 miles long; planned as 180° loop around Detroit, MI, west of I-75, but only completed as a spur to Interstate 696; northernmost six miles uselessly multiplexed with Interstate 96; I-75 Exit 20
www.phatpage.org /highways/i75.html   (1167 words)

  
 Wyandotte.net - The Official City of Wyandotte Web - Wyandotte, Michigan
Interstate 96 E, to Interstate 275 S. Interstate 94 E to Southfield Rd. Exit #,
Interstate 96 E, to Interstate 275 S., Interstate 94 E to Southfield Rd. Exit #, travel South to Fort St.,
Interstate 96 W, to Southfield Rd. South Exit #, travel South to Fort St., head South 5 miles to Eureka Rd.
www.wyandotte.net /recreation/golf/directions.htm   (277 words)

  
 Facts & Symbols
The game was the first in Michigan High School Athletic Association history to be televised.
Michigan's Great Seal was designed by Lewis Cass, Michigan's second governor.
Michigan's state flag was first unfurled at the laying of the corner stone at the monument of the...
www.michigan.gov /uia/0,1607,7-192-29938_30245---,00.html   (228 words)

  
 Livonia, Michigan - 2003 Community Profile
Convenience is the key word, with east-west access via the Jeffries Expressway (Interstate 96) and north-south transportation on the Interstate 275 expressway.
With a population of over 100,000, Livonia is the second-largest city in Wayne County and the eighth-largest in Michigan.
It is an economic powerhouse, with the third-highest value of property in Michigan.
www.communitylink.com /livonia/loc.htm   (157 words)

  
 Interstate 696 Michigan @ Interstate-Guide.com
Interstate 696 provides a northern east-west bypass of Detroit from Interstate 96 east to Interstate 94 and points north and west, including Port Huron.
Interstate 696 eastbound at Exit 28 for 11 Mile Road.
This is the last exit before the terminus with Interstate 94.
www.interstate-guide.com /i-696_mi.html   (137 words)

  
 Michigan Road Map RV Itineraries
Also called the 'Michigan Circle Tour Route.'The Great Lakes Circle Tour is a designated, scenic road system connecting all of the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence River.
The road route, marked by distinctive green and white signs, is usually the closest major road or highway to the water.
The harbor town of Manistique is located on the Lake Michigan shoreline and surrounded by state and national forest land for great recreational opportunities.
www.milebymile.com /main/United_States/Michigan/United_States_Michigan_road_map_travel_guides.html   (346 words)

  
 U-M to offer chemotherapy infusion services in Canton   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
On July 21, the U-M Board of Regents will consider a proposal to add a chemotherapy infusion area at the U-M Health System's Canton Health Center, which is located on N. Canton Center Road, off Interstate-275 near Ford Road.
The new space will be 4,300 gross square feet and will include nine infusion treatment chairs, expanded laboratory services and a new CT scanner for imaging scans that indicate whether chemotherapy treatment is working.
“Approximately 15 percent of our infusion patients come from the I-275 corridor, so we hope this expansion will allow many of them to receive their cancer care closer to home,” says Douglas Blayney, M.D., medical director of the U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center.
www.cancer.med.umich.edu /news/canton05.htm   (542 words)

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