Do You Know Where Michigan’s Shortest Highway Is?
In the definition of being a midwesterner, there should probably be a small little line that says "drives 300 miles and calls it a short trip."
I don't know about you, but I spent the majority of my childhood trips in the car, not on an airplane.
Where Exactly Is Michigan's Shortest Highway?
You've definitely traveled down one of Michigan's longest roadways before. It's a long stretch of roadway that goes from Ohio to Sault Ste. Marie.
But, how about Michigan's shortest stretch of highway? If you're looking for it, the stretch of roadways resides in Aloha, Michigan. If you don't know where that is, it resides in North East Michigan, somewhat close to Cheboygan.
How Long Is Michigan's Shortest Stretch Of Highway?
Michigan's shortest stretch of highway is M-212, which is located in Aloha, Michigan, isn't a very long stretch of road. In fact, the road is so short, you could walk it in roughly 14 minutes, according to Google Maps.
The highway was originally constructed back in 1937 and used to run along US-23.
This Is Michigan's Quietest Highway
There can't be much competition here this stretch of roadway is the quietest in all of Michigan.
With a whopping two-minute drive and fourteen-minute walk, you won't hear the constant fly-by of semis and cars speeding down the roadway.
Have you traveled along Michigan's shortest highway?
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