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  List of highways in Michigan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Michigan State Highway 31, (decommissioned) Port Huron to Saginaw from 1920 to 1926.
Michigan State Highway 51, from SR 933 at the Indiana state line south of Niles to I-94 west of Paw Paw.
Michigan State Highway 62, from SR 23 at the Indiana state line south of Edwardsburg to east of Eau Claire.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_highways_in_Michigan   (3266 words)

  
 Michigan - LearnThis.Info Enclyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Michigan counties and townships are statutory units of government, meaning that they have only those powers expressly provided or fairly implied by state law.
Michigan borders Indiana and Ohio to the south, and Wisconsin to the southwest of the Upper Peninsula.
Michigan is the only state composed of two separate peninsulas.
encyclopedia.learnthis.info /m/mi/michigan_1.html   (1136 words)

  
 tBlog - Michigan
The Lower Peninsula of Michigan is nicknamed "The Mitten" because it resembles the palm of a right-hand mitten.
Michigan was explored and settled by French voyageurs in the 17th century.
As of 2005, Michigan has an estimated population of 10,120,860, which is an increase of 16,654, or 0.2%, from the prior year and an increase of 182,380, or 1.8%, since the year 2000.
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 List of Michigan-related topics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of articles that have something substantive to do with the state of Michigan.
Lists A B C D E F G H I J K L M Michigan N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
List of cities, villages, and townships in Michigan
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_Michigan-related_topics   (118 words)

  
 Michigan State Highways
Michigan is regarded as being the second state in the U.S. to set up a numbered state trunkline system.
The Michigan Department of Transportation does correctly note that "the density of development varies considerably throughout Michigan, with the heaviest concentration existing in the southeast portion of the lower peninsula." Even with this obvious disparity in settlement density, there has always been a level of "geographic equity" in the organization of the state highway system.
Michigan Road Builders Association - The MRBA is a trade association which represents the interests of construction companies, support service firms and suppliers.
members.aol.com /MichiganHwys/index2.html   (3204 words)

  
 Michigan Highways: Unsigned State Trunklines List
This segment of the former M-21 between Zeeland and Grandville was the last portion of state trunkline to be bypassed by the I-196/Gerald R Ford Frwy in the 1970s.
Some of the original highway was obliterated when the existing I-69 freeway was built in the very early-1990s, however the route has not been turned back to local control and remains an unsigned trunkline.
Where the new highway diverges from the old, the old pavement is obliterated, however old M-84 remains in service between Kloha and Amelith as a connecting local roadway retained as an unsigned/old state trunkline route as OLD M-84.
www.michiganhighways.org /other/unsigned.html   (6585 words)

  
 Michigan Highways: Master List 1918-Present
This page lists each designation in numerical order, from 1 through 696, and is separated into listings generally corresponding to the setup of the Michigan Highways website (e.g.
In the early 30s, the highway was made to double-back on itself and run back into Bay City, and in the mid-30s, the original segment of M-111 (the west leg of the loop) was redesignated M-47.
The highway was removed from the official highway map in mid-1952, although it seems the route may have held on in reality until the completion of the Mackinac Bridge in 1957.
www.michiganhighways.org /master_list.html   (6981 words)

  
 U. S Highways: From US 1 to (US 830)
All US highways past and present are listed here, with their length in miles and (historical maximum extent), if different from current length.
Also listed are the states the roads pass or passed though (with links to other sites), length of the highway (current and/or historic), the roads that replaced it, and other notes, such as years of commissioning and decommissioning and major extensions and truncations.
All are listed in sequential order and from north to south or east to west along the parent road.
www.us-highways.com   (3414 words)

  
 Michigan : search word
Michigan is nicknamed the "Great Lakes State", and also the "Wolverine State", possibly due to the state's history as a fur-trading center.
Referendum and Voter Initiative: Michigan's constitution provides for voter initiative and referendum (Article II, ยง 9 http://www.michiganlegislature.org/mileg.asp?page=getObject&objName=mcl-Constitution-II-9&queryid=3791545&highlight=referendum), defined as "the power to propose laws and to enact and reject laws, called the initiative, and the power to approve or reject laws enacted by the legislature, called the referendum.
Michigan, showing rivers and roads Michigan encompasses 96,810 square miles, making it, by far, the largest state east of the Mississippi River.
www.searchword.org /mi/michigan.html   (2232 words)

  
 Michigan Highways: The Great Routes of the Great Lakes State
Welcome to the Michigan Highways website, a personal creation of one person and dedicated to the past, present and future of the Michigan State Trunkline system as well as other highways and routes throughout the Great Lakes State.
This website is intended to be a clearinghouse of information on Michigan's highways, from easily-recognized facts to the little-known trivia.
A major part of this website are the Highway Listings which contain information on every state trunkline in Michigan, as well as some other non-state-maintained routes.
www.michiganhighways.org   (294 words)

  
 3-digit Interstates from I-96
The northern portion of Interstate 196 (in Kent, Ottawa, and Allegan counties) is known as the Gerald R. Ford Freeway.
Michigan's original preferred number for this highway was I-296.
In 1958, Michigan's preferred number for the highway was, believe it or not, I-98.
www.kurumi.com /roads/3di/ix96.html   (932 words)

  
 Wisconsin Highways: Lake Michigan Circle Tour
This route listing lists the official route as well as any locally-designated and marked "Lake Michigan Circle Tour Loops," which are generally posted with brown signs.
While most Lake Michigan Circle Tour spur and loop routes simply involve an alternate highway routing diverging from the mainline route, this particular spur route is unique among them.
On August 29, 1998, Lake Michigan Carferry's S.S. Badger which ferries automobiles, trucks and passengers between Manitowoc, Wisconsin and Ludington, Michigan was officially designated as a Lake Michigan Circle Tour spur route.
www.wisconsinhighways.org /other/lmct.html   (1116 words)

  
 Official Maps Master List
The Official Maps Master List is an attempt to catalog all known "official" state and provincial highway maps (maps produced by state or provincial governments).
The lists below currently contains only a simple description of the maps -- the location of the date, a description of the cover, the folded dimensions -- but will eventually grow to include more bibliographic details, such as the publisher and scale.
To access the list of a particular state or province, click on its name in the list below.
www.roadmaps.org /omml   (183 words)

  
 Upper Peninsula towns and cities
It is in the heart of the Hiawatha National Forest, easily accessible via highways M-28 or U.S. yet only 12 miles west of Munising and within a mile of Lake Superior.
About 30 miles northeast of St. Ignace on Highway M-134 on the shores of Lake Huron in the Les Cheneaux Islands.
the oldest city in Michigan, is located on the shores of the St. Mary's River and is only 52 miles north of the Mackinac Bridge.
www.exploringthenorth.com /townsmi/townsmi.html   (1748 words)

  
 Jody Aho's Northern Minnesota, Northern Wisconsin, and Michigan's Upper Peninsula Road Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Michigan State Highways Two outstanding pages by Chris Bessert covering the highways of Wisconsin and Michigan.
Michigan Highway Ends This is one of several pages set up to photograph and document the ends of highways in various states.
The Michael G. Koerner Highway Snippets Site Michael G. Koerner of Appleton, Wisconsin has several pages related primarily to Wisconsin highways, sign goofs, and his "Highway Feature Of The Week." His sites are also full of pictures.
webpages.charter.net /jaho/roadgeek.htm   (1169 words)

  
 Eric Buchanan's Highway Photo Page
I69 in Michigan to Ontario 402, Ontario 401 to Toronto
Highway 1 North from Santa Cruz to Pacifica
Highway 1 South from Pescadero to Santa Cruz
www.interstate80.info   (771 words)

  
 NHS High Priority Corridors - FHWA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Beginning with the ISTEA, over 40 corridors have been designated in Federal transportation legislation as high priority corridors on the National Highway System (NHS) and are included in the 163,000-mile approved NHS as specific routes or general corridors.
Section 1105(e) of the ISTEA, as amended, designates all or portions of fourteen high priority corridors as future parts of the Interstate system and authorizes the Secretary to add segments of the corridors to the Interstate System when certain criteria are met.
Corridor numbers correspond to Statutory listing in Section 1105(c) of ISTEA, as amended
www.fhwa.dot.gov /hep10/nhs/hipricorridors   (415 words)

  
 2005 Senate Bill 161 (Allow snowmobiles on certain limited access highways ) - Michigan Votes
Introduced by Sen. Jason Allen on February 3, 2005, to allow certain limited access highways to be designated a snowmobile trail by the Department of Transportation, and allow snowmobiles to operate on state highways if the road is approved by the Michigan Department of Transportation.
Reported in the House on November 29, 2005, without amendment and with the recommendation that the bill pass.
Passed in the House (103 to 0) on December 7, 2005, to allow certain limited access highways to be designated a snowmobile trail by the Department of Transportation, and allow snowmobiles to operate on state highways if the road is approved by the Michigan Department of Transportation.
www.michiganvotes.org /2005-SB-161   (303 words)

  
 Blasting Lake Superior Shores for Aggregate for Michigan Highways
Carlo has formed a local subsidiary, Superior Aggregates, whose proposal is to strip the 1,000 acre site of soil, vegetation and timber, and then drill, blast and crush the coastal rock into aggregate for shipment by freighter to Michigan for use in highway construction.
As Michigan residents, we deplore the idea that a Michigan company would blast the Lake Superior shoreline and haul away the rubble to simply use it in highway construction here.
We question what persistent toxic chemicals are in the rubble that will be blasted, ground, shipped, and distributed on highways.
www.sweetwatervisions.com /Pages/aggregate.html   (882 words)

  
 Michigan State Highways (1-15)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Following are all state-maintained highways from 1 through 15 in Michigan.
Please note the Michigan Highways website is transitioning to a new location and a new design.
Specifically, the individual highway listing information once housed on this page can be found at the following links:
members.aol.com /MichiganHwys/MichHwys1-15.html   (96 words)

  
 Interstate 675
Dayton Mayor James H. McGee opposed the highway, contending it would draw economic development out of the city into the suburbs.
The next segment to open was the southernmost: from I-75 to OH 725.
Originally, Michigan wanted to call this Interstate 275.
www.kurumi.com /roads/3di/i675.html   (457 words)

  
 U.S. Highways: From US 1 to (US 830) - Termini and Lengths in Miles
Five of the routes listed below were planned in 1925, but ended up as parts of other routes in the final numbering.
Some of the more obscure termini listed above can be found with more modern equivalents here.
List created, maintained and (c) by Robert V. Droz.
www.us-highways.com /us1830.htm   (1435 words)

  
 mi101   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Lower Peninsula: Metro Detroit Northern Michigan The Thumb Southern Michigan Western Michigan
Categories: Michigan States of the United States 1837 establishments
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mi101.blogspot.com   (3640 words)

  
 RV Dump Stations in Michigan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Easily jump to another state by selecting it from the list below:
Choose an Interstate below for a list of RV dump stations along that highway.
For dump stations not along Interstate highways, select Other Locations.
www.rvdumps.com /mi.htm   (63 words)

  
 2005 House Bill 4126 (Allow snowmobiles on certain limited access highways ) - Michigan Votes
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Introduced by Rep. Kevin A. Elsenheimer on February 1, 2005, to allow certain limited access highways to be designated a snowmobile trail by the Department of Transportation, and allow snowmobiles to operate on those designated sections.
Referred to the House Transportation Committee on February 1, 2005.
www.michiganvotes.org /2005-HB-4126   (100 words)

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