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Michigan Route 100
|The southern terminus of
M-100 is at I-69 (Exit 66) in Potterville. Although US 27 has been
truncated to Fort Wayne, Indiana, a US 27 shield was still present on
the M-100 ENDS sign assembly as of June 2002. The reason why this
assembly with TO I-69 and TO US 27 shields is immediately followed by a
JUNCTION I-69 guide sign is because M-100 intersects Old US 27 right
before the I-69 interchange.
(PHOTO # 1: Neil Bratney | June 16, 2002)
|This is the exit signage for
M-100 on I-69 South.
(PHOTO # 2: Neil Bratney | June 16, 2002)
|The northern terminus of
M-100 is at I-96 (Exit 86), north of Grand Ledge. The left traffic
signal on the wire span here features a rarity for the state of
Michigan: a doghouse signal.
(PHOTO # 1: Dan Garnell | October 12, 2002)
|Immediately south of I-96,
M-100 meets Grand River Avenue (Historic US 16) at a four-way stop
intersection. Beyond that is the first M-100 South trailblazer.
(PHOTO # 2: Dan Garnell | October 12, 2002)
|This M-100 shield is present
on the off-ramp from I-96 West.
(PHOTO # 3: Dan Garnell | October 12, 2002)
2002-03, Michigan Highway Ends
Page Created: July 5, 2002
Last Updated: May 22, 2003