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Southern Entrance: Ohio State Line, south of Erie, Monroe County. | Northern Terminus: Ontario Provincial Boundary, Sault Ste. Marie, Chippewa County.
|I-75 South crosses the Ohio
State Line on the northern city limit of Toledo, less than a mile west
of the Lake Erie coast line. Until 1998, I-75 was six lanes in
Michigan, and narrowed to four lanes as it crossed into the Buckeye State. In
1998, upon completion of a three year construction project, Ohio widened
I-75 to six lanes from the Michigan border to the
a length of 3 miles.
(PHOTO # 1: Dan Garnell | May 15, 2003)
|Here is the perspective of
I-75 North as it enters into the Wolverine State from Ohio.
(PHOTO # 2: Dan Garnell | June 8, 2002)
|Long removed from its
starting point near Miami, Florida, I-75's northern terminus is at
the International Bridge in Sault Sainte Marie, which spans
the Saint Mary's River and connects to Sault Sainte Marie, Ontario, and ON 17, the
Trans-Canada Highway. This
is the final sign gantry on I-75 North, at the last exit before the
International Bridge, Easterday Avenue.
(PHOTO # 1: Jim Teresco | July 11, 2003)
|An I-75 ENDS shield assembly is
in place between the Easterday Avenue interchange and the
toll booths for the International Bridge.
(PHOTO # 2: Neil Bratney | June 10, 2002)
|This is the first mileage sign for
I-75 South, located after it passes the Easterday Avenue interchange. Think that
it would list I-75's ultimate destination of Miami here? Think again. The farthest
destination listed here is Saginaw, 244 miles away.
(PHOTO # 3: Jody Aho | May 23, 2003)
2002-03, Michigan Highway Ends
Page Created: July 11, 2002
Last Updated: September 5, 2003