M-36 (Michigan Highway)
M-36 is a state trunkline highway in the Lower Peninsula of the US state of Michigan that runs in a westâ€“east direction from Mason to Whitmore Lake. The trunkline connects US Highway 127 (US 127) south of Lansing and US 23 north of Ann Arbor. The highway connects several smaller communities in the rural areas along its route. M-36 also runs concurrently with two other roadways, sharing pavement with M-52 and County Road D-19. According to traffic surveys in 2010, between 650 and 15,300 vehicles used the highway on average each day.
The current highway to bear the M-36 moniker is the second to do so. The first was signposted in 1919 north of Pontiac until it was partially replaced by the modern M-24 in 1926. The M-36 designation was moved to the current roadway in 1930. It has been changed a few times since the highway was completely paved in 1940. The last change created the M-52 concurrency in 1969.
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... County Location Mile km Destinations Notes Ingham Mason 0.000 0.000 US 127 € Lansing,Jackson Western terminus at exit 66 on US 127 White Oak Township 15.081 24.271 M-52 north ...