Chapter 250

HIGHWAYS

STATE REWARD TRUNK LINE HIGHWAYS

Act 334 of 1913

250.1-250.9 Repealed. 1958, Act 77, Eff. Sept. 13, 1958;—2000, Act 324, Imd. Eff. Dec. 4, 2000.


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TRUNK LINE HIGHWAYS

Act 19 of 1919

250.31-250.41 Repealed. 1957, Act 262, Eff. July 1, 1957.


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TRUNK LINE HIGHWAYS

Act 17 of 1925

AN ACT to provide for the construction, improvement and maintenance of trunk line highways.


History: 1925, Act 17, Eff. Aug. 27, 1925


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The People of the State of Michigan enact:


250.61 State trunk line highway; expense and liability; relief of local units.

Sec. 1.

On and after January 1, 1960, the cost of constructing, improving and maintaining trunk line highways shall be met entirely by the state, and the counties, townships and incorporated cities and villages shall thereafter be relieved of all expenses and legal liabilities in connection therewith as imposed by section 21 of chapter 4 and chapter 22 of Act No. 283 of the Public Acts of 1909, as amended, being section 224.21 and sections 242.1 to 242.8 of the Compiled Laws of 1948.


History: 1925, Act 17, Eff. Aug. 27, 1925 ;-- CL 1929, 4425 ;-- CL 1948, 250.61 ;-- Am. 1959, Act 185, Eff. Mar. 19, 1960


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250.62 Construction, improvement, and maintenance of trunk line highways; authority of state transportation department; contracts and subcontracts; periodic reports on extra work or labor; emergency action.

Sec. 2.

(1) The state transportation department may contract with boards of county road commissioners, township boards, and municipalities of this state, or with any other person, persons, firm, or corporation for the construction, improvement, and maintenance of trunk line highways, or it may do the work on state account. The state transportation department, subject to the approval of the state administrative board, shall do all acts or things necessary to carry out the purpose of this act. The state transportation department, without approval of the state administrative board, may contract for extra work or labor, or both, not exceeding $80,000.00 per contract for contracts having a value of $800,000.00 or less and not exceeding 10% per contract for contracts having a value over $800,000.00 under a contract with a private agency authorized by this section, and for an amount not exceeding $800,000.00 under a contract with boards of county road commissioners, township boards, and municipalities of this state, except that each job for extra or additional work or labor, or both, in excess of $250,000.00 shall require approval of the state administrative board.

(2) The state transportation department, without approval of the state administrative board, may contract, for an amount not exceeding $100,000.00 for each contract, for toilet vault cleaning, use of licensed sanitary landfills, pickup and disposal of refuse, roadside mowing, roadside park and rest area maintenance, pavement surfacing and patching, rental of equipment for emergency repairs and maintenance operations, highway drainage, curb replacement, maintenance of office equipment, installation of utility services, installation of traffic control devices, and other highway operational activities. The state transportation department, without approval of the state administrative board, may authorize boards of county road commissioners, township boards, and municipalities, under contracts for the maintenance of trunk line highways, to subcontract in amounts not to exceed $100,000.00 for each subcontract. The $100,000.00 limit for subcontracts in this subsection is for total expenditures, including cost overruns and extras. The dollar amount limits provided by this subsection shall be adjusted on February 1 each year based on the percentage increase or decrease of the Detroit consumer price index for the 12-month state fiscal year ending the preceding September 30. The adjustment shall be determined by multiplying the percentage increase or decrease in the Detroit consumer price index times the dollar limitation provided by this subsection and adding the product to the dollar limitation for the previous year as adjusted by this subsection.

(3) The state administrative board may require that the state transportation department file periodic reports with the board on those contracts or authorizations for extra work or labor, or both, that do not require approval by the state administrative board. The state administrative board shall establish by resolution standards and procedures for these periodic reports.

(4) The state transportation department, without approval of the state administrative board, may contract with a person, business, or governmental unit described in subsection (1) or (2) in a reasonable amount under conditions that the department determines will require emergency action if a written report of the nature of the contract and the emergency are transmitted immediately to the state administrative board after the contract is entered into.


History: 1925, Act 17, Eff. Aug. 27, 1925 ;-- CL 1929, 4426 ;-- CL 1948, 250.62 ;-- Am. 1968, Act 137, Imd. Eff. June 11, 1968 ;-- Am. 1969, Act 129, Eff. Mar. 20, 1970 ;-- Am. 1971, Act 92, Imd. Eff. Aug. 16, 1971 ;-- Am. 1976, Act 73, Imd. Eff. Apr. 7, 1976 ;-- Am. 1987, Act 188, Imd. Eff. Dec. 2, 1987 ;-- Am. 2001, Act 279, Imd. Eff. Jan. 11, 2002


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TRUNK LINE HIGHWAYS THROUGH STATE PARKS OR PROPERTY

Act 77 of 1929

AN ACT to provide for the laying out and establishing of trunk line highways through state parks or state institutional grounds, and to connect them with the state trunk line highways, and maintain them.


History: 1929, Act 77, Eff. Aug. 28, 1929


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The People of the State of Michigan enact:


250.71 State trunk line highways through state parks and property; construction.

Sec. 1.

The state highway commissioner, subject to the approval of the state administrative board and highway advisory board, is hereby authorized and directed to lay out and establish trunk line highways and other highways as are necessary to, upon or through state parks or other state property, and to build connections between state trunk lines and highways, running to, upon or through state parks and other state property: Provided, That such highways, if and when laid out and established, shall be a part of the total mileage authorized for such year.


History: 1929, Act 77, Eff. Aug. 28, 1929 ;-- CL 1929, 4427 ;-- CL 1948, 250.71


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250.72 State trunk line highways through state parks and property; maintenance; consent for certain highways.

Sec. 2.

The state highway commissioner is further authorized to maintain and improve trunk lines or other highways traversing or upon state parks or other state property, and the connecting trunk lines with the above highways in the same manner as state trunk line highways are required by law to be maintained and improved: Provided, That no such trunk line highways or other highways be laid out and constructed, maintained and improved on any property owned by the Michigan state board of agriculture or the regents of the university of Michigan, unless the Michigan state board of agriculture or the regents of the university of Michigan, as the case may be, by resolution approved by 2/3 of its members respectively gives consent to that effect.


History: 1929, Act 77, Eff. Aug. 28, 1929 ;-- CL 1929, 4428 ;-- CL 1948, 250.72


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ACCESS ROADS OR BRIDGES ON STATE PROPERTY

Act 90 of 1941

AN ACT to provide for the construction, improvement and maintenance of roads and bridges on state property; and to prescribe the powers and duties of the state highway department with respect thereto.


History: 1941, Act 90, Imd. Eff. May 16, 1941


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The People of the State of Michigan enact:


250.91 Access roads and bridges on state property; state highway department to construct; engineering assistance to department of administration.

Sec. 1.

It shall be the duty of the state highway department to construct, improve and maintain all access roads or bridges on state property, including the property of state institutions, but not including property under the jurisdiction of the department of conservation. Maintenance of roads shall also include the removal of snow and ice.

The state highway department shall provide the department of administration with such technical engineering assistance as the latter may request in arriving at the proper estimated cost of projects recommended to the legislature under the provisions of this section.


History: 1941, Act 90, Imd. Eff. May 16, 1941 ;-- CL 1948, 250.91 ;-- Am. 1953, Act 106, Eff. July 1, 1954


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250.92 Request for construction or repair; recommendation to legislature.

Sec. 2.

When any state department, board, institution or commission shall consider it in the interest of the state that any access road or bridge on property under its control is in need of construction, improvement or maintenance, they shall present a request to the state department of administration, setting forth the necessity of such construction, improvement or maintenance, and the state department of administration shall present its recommendations to the legislature for the making of specific appropriations for the project or projects out of the state trunk line fund.


History: 1941, Act 90, Imd. Eff. May 16, 1941 ;-- CL 1948, 250.92 ;-- Am. 1953, Act 106, Eff. July 1, 1954


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250.93, 250.94 Repealed. 1953, Act 106, Eff. July 1, 1954.


Compiler's Notes: The repealed sections pertained to authority of state administrative board and highway advisory board, and empowered state highway department to construct or repair access roads and bridges.


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ADDITIONAL TRUNK LINE MILEAGE

Act 19 of 1919 (Ex. Sess.)

250.101 Repealed. 2000, Act 325, Imd. Eff. Dec. 4, 2000.


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ADDITIONAL TRUNK LINE MILEAGE

Act 12 of 1925

AN ACT to provide for the laying out and establishing of additional trunk line mileage; to make all roads that have been improved as federal aid projects, and all roads that have been, or that may hereafter be, approved for federal aid, trunk line highways; to provide for the widening, altering or straightening of trunk line highways; to provide for the abandonment, alteration or change of any portion of the trunk line highway; and to repeal all acts and parts of acts inconsistent herewith.


History: 1925, Act 12, Eff. Aug. 27, 1925 ;-- Am. 1929, Act 74, Eff. Aug. 28, 1929


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The People of the State of Michigan enact:


250.111 Additional trunk line highways; federal aid project roads declared trunk line highways.

Sec. 1.

The state highway commissioner, subject to the approval of the advisory board to the state highway commissioner and state administrative board, is hereby authorized and directed to lay out and establish not to exceed 500 miles of additional trunk line highways on such routes as are best adapted for serving the demands of public travel in various sections of the state. In addition, all roads that have been improved as federal aid projects, and all roads that have been, or that may hereafter be, approved for federal aid, shall be trunk line highways and subject to all provisions of law relating thereto.


History: 1925, Act 12, Eff. Aug. 27, 1925 ;-- CL 1929, 4430 ;-- CL 1948, 250.111


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250.112 Repealed. 2002, Act 253, Imd. Eff. May 1, 2002.


Compiler's Notes: The repealed section pertained to widening or altering trunk line highway.


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250.113 Vesting of title to portion of state trunk line highway; population; approval for abandonment; county with jurisdiction.

Sec. 3.

The title to a portion of a state trunk line highway that is located in a county with a population of more than 9,000 but less than 9,700 and that was approved for abandonment by a county road commission on January 15, 1968 and approved for abandonment by the state administrative board on May 7, 1968 vests in the county that has jurisdiction over that portion as of the date of abandonment.


History: Add. 2017, Act 63, Eff. Sept. 26, 2017


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250.114 Trunk line highway route; alteration, abandonment, hearing of objections; new lines, approval.

Sec. 4.

The state highway commissioner, subject to the approval of the advisory board of the state highway commissioner and state administrative board is hereby authorized to change, alter or abandon the location of any portion of any trunk line highway now established or which may hereafter be established by legislative authority whenever such change, alteration or abandonment will, in their opinion, best serve the public interest and will not increase the trunk line mileage: Provided, That the state administrative board shall, before approving the abandonment of any portion of a state trunk line highway, hear the objection of any county road commissioners or the governing body of any township, city or village to whose jurisdiction such portion of state trunk line highway would return if abandoned and such county road commission or the governing body of any township, city or village shall be given 30 days' notice by the secretary of the state administrative board of such hearing of abandonment. Any mileage saved by such change, alteration or abandonment of location may be used in the establishment of new trunk lines on routes to be determined by the state highway commissioner, subject to the approval of the advisory board of the state highway commissioner and state administrative board.


History: Add. 1929, Act 74, Eff. Aug. 28, 1929 ;-- CL 1929, 4433 ;-- Am. 1943, Act 168, Imd. Eff. Apr. 17, 1943 ;-- CL 1948, 250.114


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250.115 Trunk line highway; abandonment of part of right of way; easement for public utilities.

Sec. 5.

When the board of county road commissioners or the governing body of the city or village to whose jurisdiction any trunk line highway would return upon relinquishment of jurisdiction by the state, by resolution, indicates that it does not wish to accept jurisdiction of the entire width of the right of way of such trunk line highway, the highway commissioner is hereby authorized and empowered to absolutely discontinue and abandon that part of the width of the right of way not accepted. Upon the absolute abandonment and discontinuance of any part of the width of the right of way of a state trunk line highway, public utilities shall have the easement and right to maintain, alter or remove all facilities existing in that portion of such highway absolutely discontinued and abandoned, and the highway commissioner shall make note of such easement and right in the order of discontinuance and abandonment. The commissioner shall record the order in the appropriate register of deeds office. The recording of the order shall constitute the final and absolute abandonment of the portion of the width designated.


History: Add. 1962, Act 62, Eff. Mar. 28, 1963


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ADDITIONAL TRUNK LINE MILEAGE

Act 61 of 1927

AN ACT to provide for the laying out and establishing of additional trunk line mileage.


History: 1927, Act 61, Imd. Eff. Apr. 23, 1927


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The People of the State of Michigan enact:


250.121 Additional trunk line highways; layout and establishment.

Sec. 1.

The state highway commissioner, subject to the approval of the advisory board of the state highway commissioner, and state administrative board, is hereby authorized and directed to lay out and establish not to exceed 500 miles of additional trunk line highways on such routes as are best adapted for serving the demands of public travel in various sections of the state.


History: 1927, Act 61, Imd. Eff. Apr. 23, 1927 ;-- CL 1929, 4434 ;-- CL 1948, 250.121


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ADDITIONAL TRUNK LINE MILEAGE

Act 7 of 1929

250.131 Repealed. 2000, Act 326, Imd. Eff. Dec. 4, 2000.


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ADDITIONAL TRUNK LINE MILEAGE

Act 27 of 1934 (1st Ex. Sess.)

250.141,250.142 Repealed. 1958, Act 77, Eff. Sept. 13, 1958;—2000, Act 327, Imd. Eff. Dec. 4, 2000.


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TRUNK LINE HIGHWAYS; MECOSTA, OSCEOLA, AND MISSAUKEE COUNTIES

Act 324 of 1921

250.151 Repealed. 2000, Act 133, Imd. Eff. June 1, 2000.


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TRUNK LINE HIGHWAYS; PAW PAW TO GOBLEVILLE TO ALLEGAN

Act 341 of 1921

250.161 Repealed. 2000, Act 135, Imd. Eff. June 1, 2000.


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COLGROVE HIGHWAY

Act 350 of 1921

250.171 Repealed. 2000, Act 124, Imd. Eff. May 30, 2000.


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PUBLIC WAGON ROAD; MONROE COUNTY

Act 340 of 1921

250.181-250.184 Repealed. 1958, Act 77, Eff. Sept. 13, 1958;—2000, Act 128, Imd. Eff. May 30, 2000.


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HIGHWAY FACILITIES BETWEEN DETROIT AND PONTIAC

Act 259 of 1923

250.191-250.193 Repealed. 1958, Act 77, Eff. Sept. 13, 1958.


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CONTRACT WITH DETROIT, GRAND HAVEN, AND MILWAUKEE RAILWAY COMPANY

Act 1 of 1926 (Ex. Sess.)

250.201-250.208 Repealed. 1958, Act 77, Eff. Sept. 13, 1958.


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CONTRACT WITH DETROIT, GRAND HAVEN, AND MILWAUKEE RAILWAY COMPANY

Act 340 of 1927

250.211-250.220 Repealed. 1958, Act 77, Eff. Sept. 13, 1958.


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VACATION OR ALTERATION OF STATE HIGHWAY

Act 274 of 1929

AN ACT to prohibit counties, townships, cities and villages from vacating and altering state highways and to repeal certain acts and parts of acts inconsistent with the provisions of this act.


History: 1929, Act 274, Eff. Aug. 28, 1929


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The People of the State of Michigan enact:


250.231 Alteration or vacation of state highway; prohibition.

Sec. 1.

No county, township, city or village shall vacate or alter the route of or possess the power to vacate or alter any state highway which has been duly designated as such.


History: 1929, Act 274, Eff. Aug. 28, 1929 ;-- CL 1929, 4206 ;-- CL 1948, 250.231


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EASEMENTS TO GRAND TRUNK WESTERN RAILROAD COMPANY

Act 63 of 1943

AN ACT to authorize the department of agriculture to grant an easement on certain property in the city of Detroit, Wayne county, Michigan, to the Grand Trunk Western Railroad Company.


History: 1943, Act 63, Imd. Eff. Mar. 31, 1943


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The People of the State of Michigan enact:


250.241 Perpetual user easements; granted by department of agriculture; parcels of land described; duration of easements.

Sec. 1.

In consideration of conveyance by warranty deed of a certain triangular parcel of land by the Industrial Land Company, a subsidiary of the Grand Trunk Western Railroad Company, as described in said warranty deed, the department of agriculture of the state of Michigan, acting by and through the commissioner of agriculture, is hereby authorized to grant unto the Grand Trunk Western Railroad Company perpetual user easements, so-called, to run with the land, of the following described 3 parcels of land adjacent and parallel to the Grand Trunk's right of way at and near its intersection with State Fair avenue in the city of Detroit, Michigan, to be occupied by embankments of filling material necessary to laterally support the roadbed and tracks of the railroad company, and incidental uses relating thereto in connection with and as a part of the construction of a grade separation at the said intersection of State Fair avenue and the Grand Trunk's right of way and tracks in the city of Detroit, said 3 parcels of land being more particularly described as follows, to wit:

Parcel 1.

A parcel of land 10 feet in width adjacent to the westerly property line of the Grand Trunk Western Railroad Company and southerly from State Fair avenue, in the N.W. 1/4 of N.E. 1/4 of the S.E. 1/4 of section 2, T. 1 S., R. 11 E., Greenfield township, Wayne county, Michigan, more particularly described as:

Commencing at the intersection of the southerly line of State Fair avenue and the westerly property line of the Grand Trunk Western Railroad Company, described as being 50 feet westerly at right angles from and parallel to the center line of the present westward main track of the railroad; thence westerly along the southerly line of State Fair avenue a distance of 11.59 feet to a point which is 10 feet westerly of the westerly property line of the railroad measured at right angles therefrom; thence southeasterly in a straight course parallel with the said westerly property line of the railroad a distance of 280.19 feet to a point; thence easterly parallel with the southerly line of the State Fair avenue a distance of 11.59 feet to a point in the aforesaid westerly property line of the railroad; thence northwesterly on the westerly property line of the railroad a distance of 280.19 feet to point of beginning, containing an area of .064 acres, more or less.

Parcel 2.

A parcel of land 15 feet in width adjacent to the easterly property line of the Grand Trunk Western Railroad Company north of State Fair avenue, in the east 1/2 of the S.W. 1/4 of the N.E. 1/4 of section 2, T. 1 S., R. 11 E., Greenfield township, Wayne county, Michigan, more particularly described as:

Commencing at the intersection of the easterly north and south 1/8 line of section 2, and the easterly property line of the Grand Trunk Western Railroad, described as being 34 feet easterly at right angles from and parallel to the center line of the present westward main track of the railroad; thence in a northwesterly direction on the said easterly property line of the railroad a distance of 1102.12 feet to a point in the northerly east and west 1/8 line of said section 2; thence easterly on said 1/8 line a distance of 17.19 feet to a point; thence in a southeasterly direction parallel with and distant 15 feet easterly measured at right angles from the easterly property line of the railroad a distance of 1067.76 feet to a point in the aforesaid easterly north and south 1/8 line; thence southerly on said 1/8 line a distance of 29.99 feet to the point of beginning, containing an area of 0.374 acres, more or less.

Parcel 3.

A parcel of land 20 feet in width adjacent to the westerly property line of the Grand Trunk Western Railroad Company north of State Fair avenue, in the E. 1/2 of the S.W. 1/4 of the N.E. 1/4 of section 2, T. 1 S., R. 11 E., Greenfield township, Wayne county, Michigan, more particularly described as:

Commencing at the intersection of the easterly north and south 1/8 line of section 2, and the westerly property line of the Grand Trunk Western Railroad, described as being 38 feet westerly at right angles from and parallel to the center line of the present westward main track of the railroad; said point being 236.61 feet north of the center line of State Fair avenue, said center line being also the east and west 1/4 line of section 2; thence in a northwesterly direction on the westerly property line of the railroad a distance of 652.39 feet to a point; thence westerly at right angles to the last described course a distance of 20 feet to a point; thence in a southeasterly direction parallel with the western property line of the railroad a distance of 687.02 feet to a point in the aforesaid north and south 1/8 line of >section 2; thence northerly on said 1/8 line a distance of 39.99 feet to the point of beginning, containing an area of 0.308 acres, more or less.

The user easements hereby granted are to continue for so long as they may be required by the Grand Trunk Western Railroad Company, its successors and assigns, for railroad purposes.


History: 1943, Act 63, Imd. Eff. Mar. 31, 1943 ;-- CL 1948, 250.241


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VALIDATION OF INSTRUMENTS CONVEYING LANDS FOR TRUNK LINE HIGHWAYS

Act 282 of 1929

AN ACT to validate instruments conveying title to the state of certain lands for state trunk line highways and to authorize the sale of such parts of said lands as are not needed for trunk line highways.


History: 1929, Act 282, Imd. Eff. May 22, 1929


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The People of the State of Michigan enact:


250.251 Contracts and instruments to Rogers and Seeley legalized.

Sec. 1.

All contracts, deeds or other instruments conveying to the state, through Frank F. Rogers and Thad D. Seeley, trustees, certain lands for state trunk line highways, are hereby approved and declared to be legal transfers of such lands to the state.


History: 1929, Act 282, Imd. Eff. May 22, 1929 ;-- CL 1929, 4464 ;-- CL 1948, 250.251


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250.252 Rogers and Seeley authorized to convey land.

Sec. 2.

Said Frank F. Rogers and Thad D. Seeley, as such trustees, are hereby authorized to sell any of such lands not needed for trunk line highways and execute proper conveyances of title thereto: Provided, That such conveyances shall be made at such time and upon such terms as the state administrative board shall direct.


History: 1929, Act 282, Imd. Eff. May 22, 1929 ;-- CL 1929, 4465 ;-- CL 1948, 250.252


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CARLETON ROAD

Act 113 of 1925

250.261 Repealed. 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001.


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EARLE MEMORIAL HIGHWAY

Act 118 of 1941

250.271 Repealed. 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001.


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UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS' MEMORIAL HIGHWAY

Act 104 of 1949

250.281,250.282 Repealed. 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001.


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ARTHUR VANDENBERG MEMORIAL HIGHWAY

Act 70 of 1952

250.291,250.292 Repealed. 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001.


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BLUE STAR MEMORIAL HIGHWAY

Act 71 of 1952

250.301 Repealed. 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001.


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PULASKI MEMORIAL HIGHWAY

Act 11 of 1953

250.311,250.312 Repealed. 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001.


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CLARA BARTON MEMORIAL HIGHWAY

Act 80 of 1954

250.321,250.322 Repealed. 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001.


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PERE MARQUETTE MEMORIAL HIGHWAY

Act 93 of 1954

250.331,250.332 Repealed. 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001.


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COLUMBUS MEMORIAL HIGHWAY

Act 86 of 1955

250.341,250.342 Repealed. 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001.


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AMVETS MEMORIAL DRIVE

Act 144 of 1959

250.351,250.352 Repealed. 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001.


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MACKINAC TRAIL; GREEN ARROW ROUTE; GREEN ARROW ROUTE-MACKINAC TRAIL

Act 170 of 1959

250.361-250.365 Repealed. 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001.


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SOJOURNER TRUTH MEMORIAL HIGHWAY

Act 93 of 1976

250.371,250.372 Repealed. 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001.


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AMERICAN LEGION MEMORIAL HIGHWAY

Act 174 of 1984

250.381,250.382 Repealed. 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001.


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THE HASKELL L. NICHOLS MEMORIAL HIGHWAY

Act 249 of 1992

250.391,250.392 Repealed. 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001.


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VIETNAM VETERANS MEMORIAL HIGHWAY

Act 240 of 1992

250.401,250.402 Repealed. 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001.


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AMVETS MEMORIAL HIGHWAY

Act 124 of 1994

250.411,250.412 Repealed. 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001.


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DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS MEMORIAL HIGHWAY

Act 185 of 1996

250.421,250.422 Repealed. 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001.


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MATT MCNEELY BOULEVARD

Act 14 of 1997

250.431,250.432 Repealed. 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001.


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VETERANS MEMORIAL BRIDGES

Act 256 of 1998

AN ACT to designate bridges on highway M-120 within the cities of Muskegon and North Muskegon as the Veterans Memorial bridges; and to prescribe the duties of the state transportation department.


History: 1998, Act 256, Imd. Eff. July 17, 1998


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The People of the State of Michigan enact:


250.441 Veterans memorial bridges; designation.

Sec. 1.

The bridges on highway M-120 over Cedar creek by the veterans memorial park causeway within the cities of Muskegon and North Muskegon shall be known as the “Veterans Memorial bridges”.


History: 1998, Act 256, Imd. Eff. July 17, 1998


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PAUL B. HENRY FREEWAY

Act 399 of 1998

250.451,250.452 Repealed. 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001.


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KEITH DEACON MEMORIAL HIGHWAY

Act 12 of 1999

250.461,250.462 Repealed. 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001.


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PRESTON SCHMIDT OVERPASS

Act 25 of 2000

AN ACT to designate the Bristol road overpass that spans the railroad tracks located on Michigan highway M-121 in Genesee county as the “Preston Schmidt Overpass”; and to prescribe the duties of the state transportation department.


History: 2000, Act 25, Imd. Eff. Mar. 15, 2000


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The People of the State of Michigan enact:


250.471 Preston Schmidt overpass; designation.

Sec. 1.

The Bristol road overpass that spans the railroad tracks located on Michigan highway M-121 in Genesee county shall be known as the “Preston Schmidt Overpass”.


History: 2000, Act 25, Imd. Eff. Mar. 15, 2000


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250.472 Erection of markers.

Sec. 2.

The state transportation department shall only provide for the erection of suitable markers at the approach to the overpass indicating the name of the overpass when sufficient private contributions are received to pay the cost of erecting those markers.


History: 2000, Act 25, Imd. Eff. Mar. 15, 2000


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SIDNEY OUWINGA MEMORIAL BYPASS, VETERANS' MEMORIAL DRIVE, VETERANS' MEMORIAL HIGHWAY

Act 174 of 2000

250.481-250.484 Repealed. 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001.


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D. H. DAY HIGHWAY

Act 17 of 2001

250.491,250.492 Repealed. 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001.


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PEARL HARBOR MEMORIAL HIGHWAY

Act 56 of 2001

250.501,250.502 Repealed. 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001.


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MICHIGAN MEMORIAL HIGHWAY ACT

Act 142 of 2001

AN ACT to consolidate prior acts naming certain Michigan highways; to provide for the naming of certain highways; to prescribe certain duties of the state transportation department; and to repeal acts and parts of acts and certain resolutions.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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The People of the State of Michigan enact:


250.1001 Short title.

Sec. 1.

This act shall be known and may be cited as the “Michigan memorial highway act”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1002 Markers; erection and maintenance; private contributions.

Sec. 2.

The state transportation department shall only provide for the erection and maintenance of suitable markers at the approach of any of the highways described in this act when sufficient private contributions are received to pay the cost of erecting and maintaining those markers.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1003 “Carleton Road.”

Sec. 3.

The portion of highways US-223 beginning at the intersection with US-23, M-34, and M-99 extending northwest through Monroe, Lenawee, Hillsdale, and Calhoun counties to the city of Homer shall be known as “Carleton Road”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1003a "Corpsman Aaron D. Ullom Memorial Bridge."

Sec. 3a.

The bridge on highway US-10 over Eastman Avenue in the city of Midland shall be known as the "Corpsman Aaron D. Ullom Memorial Bridge".


History: Add. 2016, Act 21, Imd. Eff. Feb. 23, 2016


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250.1003b "PFC Nicholas H. Blodgett Memorial Highway"; "CPL Ross A. Smith Memorial Highway"; "SPC Eric T. Burri Memorial Highway."

Sec. 3b.

(1) The portion of highway US-131 in the city of Wyoming between exits 80 and 81 shall be known as the "PFC Nicholas H. Blodgett Memorial Highway".

(2) The portion of highway US-131 in the city of Wyoming between exits 79 and 80 shall be known as the "CPL Ross A. Smith Memorial Highway".

(3) The portion of highway US-131 in the city of Wyoming between exits 78 and 79 shall be known as the "SPC Eric T. Burri Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2018, Act 568, Eff. Mar. 28, 2019


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250.1004 “Roberts-Linton Highway” and “Veterans of World War I Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 4.

The portion of highway I-75 and US-23 beginning in the city of Saginaw and extending north to the city of Bay City shall be known as the “Roberts-Linton Highway” and as the “Veterans of World War I Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1004a "Tpr. Steven B. Devries Memorial Highway."

Sec. 4a.

The portion of highway US-12 in Berrien County beginning at the intersection of US-12 and highway M-60 and continuing west to the intersection of highway US-12 and highway US-31 shall be known as the "Tpr. Steven B. Devries Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2015, Act 136, Eff. Jan. 5, 2016


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250.1004b "Trooper Larry Forreider Memorial Highway."

Sec. 4b.

The portion of highway US-23 in Alpena County beginning at the intersection with Hamilton Road and extending north to the border between Alpena and Presque Isle Counties shall be known as the "Trooper Larry Forreider Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2018, Act 218, Eff. Sept. 24, 2018


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250.1004c "Trooper Craig A. Scott Memorial Highway."

Sec. 4c.

The portion of highway US-127 beginning at exit 56 in Ingham County and extending south to the Jackson County line shall be known as the "Trooper Craig A. Scott Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2018, Act 470, Eff. Mar. 29, 2019


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250.1005 “Frank D. Fitzgerald Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 5.

The portion of highway M-43 beginning in the city of East Lansing and extending west to the city of Grand Ledge shall be known as the “Frank D. Fitzgerald Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1005a "Lansing Firefighter Dennis E. Rodeman Memorial Highway."

Sec. 5a.

The portion of highway Business Route I-96 within the city limits of the city of Lansing shall be known as the "Lansing Firefighter Dennis E. Rodeman Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2016, Act 74, Eff. July 4, 2016


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250.1005a[1] "Veterans Memorial Highway."

Sec. 5a.

The portion of highway M-18 in Gladwin County between the northern city limit of the city of Beaverton and the southern city limit of the city of Gladwin shall be known as the "Veterans Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2016, Act 323, Eff. Feb. 20, 2017
Compiler's Notes: Section 5a, as added by Act 323 of 2016, was compiled as MCL 250.1005a[1], to distinguish it from another section 5a, deriving from Act 74 of 2016 and pertaining to "Lansing Firefighter Dennis E. Rodeman Memorial Highway."


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250.1006 “Earle Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 6.

Highway M-53 extending from the city of Detroit north to M-25 in Huron county shall be known as the “Earle Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1006a "Kenneth J. Moraska Memorial Highway."

Sec. 6a.

The portion of Highway US-2 that is within the city limits of the city of Norway in Dickinson County shall be known as the "Kenneth J. Moraska Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2016, Act 352, Eff. Mar. 21, 2017


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250.1007 “United Spanish War Veterans' Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 7.

The portion of highway US-23 beginning at the border between Michigan and Ohio in Monroe county and extending north to the city of Mackinaw City shall be known as the “United Spanish War Veterans' Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1007a "James Bondsteel Memorial Highway."

Sec. 7a.

The portion of highway US-12 within the city limits of the city of Jonesville shall be known as the "James Bondsteel Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2017, Act 28, Eff. Aug. 7, 2017


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250.1008 “United Spanish War Veterans' Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 8.

The portion of US-2 beginning in St. Ignace and extending west to Gladstone, the portion of M-35 beginning in Gladstone and extending south to Wells, the portion of US-2 and M-41 beginning at Wells and extending west to Hermansville, the portion of US-2 beginning at Hermansville and extending west to Iron Mountain, the portion of M-95 beginning at Iron Mountain and extending north to Sagola, the portion of M-69 beginning at Sagola and extending west to Crystal Falls, and the portion of US-2 beginning in Crystal Falls and extending west to Ironwood shall be known as the “United Spanish War Veterans' Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1008a "John Wayne "Dusty" Marcum Memorial Highway."

Sec. 8a.

The portion of highway I-75 in Genesee County shall be known as the "John Wayne "Dusty" Marcum Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2016, Act 39, Eff. June 13, 2016


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250.1009 “Leif Erikson Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 9.

The portion of highway M-95 beginning at the border between Michigan and Wisconsin in Dickinson county and extending north to Champion in Marquette county shall be known as the “Leif Erikson Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1009a "PFC Andrew H. Nelson Memorial Highway."

Sec. 9a.

The portion of highway Business Route 127 in Clinton County beginning at the intersection of Business Route 127 and West Walker Road and continuing south to East Townsend Road shall be known as the "PFC Andrew H. Nelson Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2016, Act 339, Eff. Mar. 14, 2017


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250.1009b "SPC Robert Friese Memorial Highway."

Sec. 9b.

Business Route 127 in Clare County shall be known as the "SPC Robert Friese Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2018, Act 115, Eff. July 25, 2018


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250.1010 “107th Engineer Memorial Road.”

Sec. 10.

Highway M-107 in Ontonagon county shall be known as the “107th Engineer Memorial Road”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1010a "Deputy Grant Whitaker Memorial Highway."

Sec. 10a.

The portion of highway M-52 in Stockbridge Township in Ingham County that extends from the southern intersection of highway M-52 and highway M-106 to the intersection of highway M-52 and highway M-36 shall be known as the "Deputy Grant Whitaker Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2017, Act 190, Eff. Mar. 5, 2018


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250.1010a[1] "Sergeant Collin Rose Memorial Highway."

Sec. 10a.

The portion of highway M-10 in Wayne County between highway I-94 and Grand River Avenue shall be known as the "Sergeant Collin Rose Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2018, Act 459, Eff. Mar. 29, 2019
Compiler's Notes: Section 10a, as added by Act 459 of 2018, was compiled as MCL 250.1010a[1], to distinguish it from another section 10a, deriving from Act 190 of 2017 and pertaining to "Deputy Grant Whitaker Memorial Highway."


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250.1011 “Blue Star Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 11.

The portion of highway US-31 beginning at the border between Michigan and Indiana in Berrien county and extending to the Straits of Mackinac at the county line of Emmet and Cheboygan counties shall be known as the “Blue Star Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1011a "Sergeant Joe Johnson Memorial Highway."

Sec. 11a.

The portion of highway US-23 in Genesee County beginning at the intersection of highway US-23 and Thompson Road and extending north to the intersection of highway US-23 and Bristol Road shall be known as the "Sergeant Joe Johnson Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2017, Act 19, Eff. June 29, 2017


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250.1011b "Trooper Vicki Moreau DeVries Memorial Highway."

Sec. 11b.

The ramp from westbound highway I-696 to southbound highway I-275 in the city of Farmington Hills shall be known as the "Trooper Vicki Moreau DeVries Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2018, Act 216, Eff. Sept. 24, 2018


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250.1012 “Pulaski Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 12.

The portion of highway US-12 beginning at highway M-1 in the city of Detroit and extending west to Lake Michigan shall be known as the “Pulaski Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1012a "Officer Martin 'Marty' Chivas Memorial Highway."

Sec. 12a.

The portion of highway I-75 located in the city of Troy at the Rochester Road exit shall be known as the "Officer Martin 'Marty' Chivas Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2018, Act 53, Eff. June 4, 2018


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250.1012a[1] "Candice Dunn Memorial Highway."

Sec. 12a.

The portion of highway M-59 located within Livingston County shall be known as the "Candice Dunn Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2018, Act 134, Eff. Aug. 8, 2018
Compiler's Notes: Section 12a, as added by Act 134 of 2018, was compiled as MCL 250.1012a[1], to distinguish it from another section 12a, deriving from Act 53 of 2018 and pertaining to "Officer Martin 'Marty' Chivas Memorial Highway."


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250.1012b "Peter A. Pettalia Memorial Highway."

Sec. 12b.

The portion of highway US-23 in Presque Isle County between Maple Drive and Misiak Highway shall be known as the "Peter A. Pettalia Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2018, Act 215, Imd. Eff. June 26, 2018


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250.1013 “Clara Barton Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 13.

The portion of M-125 beginning at the border between Michigan and Ohio in Monroe county and extending north to the intersection with US-24 and the portion of US-24 beginning at the intersection of M-125 and extending north to I-96 in Wayne county shall be known as the “Clara Barton Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1014 “Pere Marquette Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 14.

The part of highway US-31 beginning at the county line of Muskegon and Oceana counties and extending north to the county line of Mason and Manistee counties shall be known as the “Pere Marquette Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1015 “Columbus Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 15.

The portion of M-102 from the intersection with Grand River avenue in the city of Farmington and extending east to M-3 in Macomb county shall be known as the “Columbus Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1015a "Specialist 5 Michael May and Corporal Chris Esckelson Memorial Highway."

Sec. 15a.

The portion of highway M-15 in the city of Vassar shall be known as the "Specialist 5 Michael May and Corporal Chris Esckelson Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2018, Act 83, Eff. June 24, 2018


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250.1016 “AmVets Memorial Drive.”

Sec. 16.

The portion of highway US-2 and highway US-41 and highway M-35 beginning at the northern city limit of Escanaba and extending north 1-1/10 miles to the junction of County Road No. 426, also known as the extension of Sheridan avenue, shall be known as the “AmVets Memorial Drive”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1016a "Marine Lance Corporal Ryan Burgess Memorial Highway."

Sec. 16a.

The portion of highway US-10 located in Midland County beginning at the intersection with North Stark Road and extending west to North West River Road shall be known as the "Marine Lance Corporal Ryan Burgess Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2018, Act 52, Eff. June 4, 2018


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250.1016b "Trooper Robert J. Mihalik Memorial Highway."

Sec. 16b.

The portion of the Red Arrow Highway in Berrien County beginning at the intersection with Glenlord Road and extending north to the intersection with Hilltop Road shall be known as the "Trooper Robert J. Mihalik Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2018, Act 77, Eff. June 17, 2018


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250.1017 “Green Arrow Route”; “Green Arrow Route-Mackinac Trail.”

Sec. 17.

(1) The portion of highway M-66 beginning at the intersection with highway M-78 in Calhoun county and extending north to the intersection with highway US-131 in Kalkaska county shall be known as the “Green Arrow Route”.

(2) The portion of highway US-131 beginning at the intersection with highway M-66 and extending north to the intersection with highway US-31 and the portion of highway US-31 beginning at the intersection with highway US-131 and extending north to the straits of Mackinac shall be known as the “Green Arrow Route-Mackinac Trail”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001 ;-- Am. 2004, Act 138, Imd. Eff. June 15, 2004


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250.1017a "Veterans Highway."

Sec. 17a.

The portion of highway M-66 beginning at the intersection with highway M-55 in Lake City extending north to the intersection with highway M-72 in Kalkaska shall be known as the "Veterans Highway".


History: Add. 2018, Act 138, Eff. Aug. 8, 2018


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250.1017a[1] "Major Andrew Becker USAF Memorial Hwy."

Sec. 17a.

The portion of highway US-23 in Presque Isle County beginning at the easternmost intersection of highway US-23 and Evergreen Highway and extending west to the westernmost intersection of highway US-23 and Evergreen Highway shall be known as the "Major Andrew Becker USAF Memorial Hwy".


History: Add. 2018, Act 156, Imd. Eff. May 23, 2018
Compiler's Notes: Section 17a, as added by Act 156 of 2018, was compiled as MCL 250.1017a[1], to distinguish it from another section 17a, deriving from Act 138 of 2018 and pertaining to "Veterans Highway."


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250.1018 “AmVets Memorial Parkway.”

Sec. 18.

The portion of highway business loop I-94 located in Kalamazoo county shall be known as the “AmVets Memorial Parkway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1018a "Corrections Officers Jack Budd and Josephine McCallum Memorial Highway."

Sec. 18a.

The portion of highway I-94 in Jackson County between exit 139 and exit 141 shall be known as the "Corrections Officers Jack Budd and Josephine McCallum Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2018, Act 356, Eff. Feb. 18, 2019


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250.1018a[1] "PFC Alan Robert Blohm Memorial Hwy."

Sec. 18a.

The portion of highway M-13 in Kawkawlin Township shall be known as the "PFC Alan Robert Blohm Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2018, Act 358, Eff. Mar. 6, 2019
Compiler's Notes: Section 18a, as added by Act 358 of 2018, was compiled as MCL 250.1018a[1], to distinguish it from another section 18a, deriving from Act 356 of 2018 and pertaining to "Corrections Officers Jack Budd and Josephine McCallum Memorial Highway."


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250.1019 “Adler Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 19.

The portion of highway M-10 located in Oakland county between the intersections of US-24 and M-102 shall be known as the “Adler Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1019a "Chief Ed Switalski Memorial Highway."

Sec. 19a.

The portion of highway I-94 in Kalamazoo County between exit 80 and mile marker 86 shall be known as the "Chief Ed Switalski Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2018, Act 19, Eff. May 15, 2018


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250.1020 “American Legion Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 20.

The portion of highway I-75 beginning at the Michigan-Ohio state line and extending north to Sault Ste. Marie shall be known as the “American Legion Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1020a "Trooper Calvin R. Jones Memorial Highway."

Sec. 20a.

The portion of highway M-52 beginning at the intersection of highway M-52 and Carleton Road in Lenawee County and extending south to the border between Michigan and Ohio shall be known as the "Trooper Calvin R. Jones Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2018, Act 219, Eff. Sept. 24, 2018


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250.1020b "Purple Heart Trail."

Sec. 20b.

The portion of highway M-15 within the village of Ortonville shall be known as the "Purple Heart Trail".


History: Add. 2018, Act 543, Eff. Mar. 28, 2019


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250.1021 “David Dunbar Buick Freeway” and “The UAW Freeway.”

Sec. 21.

The portion of highway I-475 that is in Genesee county shall be known as the “David Dunbar Buick Freeway” and “The UAW Freeway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1021a "Michigan State Trooper Timothy O'Neill Memorial Highway."

Sec. 21a.

The portion of highway M-44 in Kent County beginning at the intersection of highway M-44 and Rogue River Road and extending northeast to the intersection of highway M-44 and Belding Road shall be known as the "Michigan State Trooper Timothy O'Neill Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2018, Act 379, Eff. Mar. 19, 2019


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250.1022 “Louis Chevrolet Freeway.”

Sec. 22.

The portion of highway I-69 beginning at the Shiawassee-Genesee county line and extending east to the Genesee-Lapeer county line shall be known as the “Louis Chevrolet Freeway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1023 “Walter P. Reuther Highway.”

Sec. 23.

Highway I-696 in Oakland and Macomb counties shall be known as the “Walter P. Reuther Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1023a "Mitchel A. Kiefer Foundation for Distracted Driver Awareness Highway."

Sec. 23a.

The portion of highway I-96 beginning at mile marker 122 and extending west to mile marker 118 shall be known as the "Mitchel A. Kiefer Foundation for Distracted Driver Awareness Highway".


History: Add. 2017, Act 237, Eff. Mar. 21, 2018


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250.1024 “Charles J. Rogers Interchange.”

Sec. 24.

The highway interchange at highway I-75 and highway M-8 shall be known as the “Charles J. Rogers Interchange”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1024a "Brian Derks Memorial Highway."

Sec. 24a.

The portion of highway M-37 in Newaygo County beginning at the southern city limit of the city of White Cloud and continuing north to the intersection of highway M-37 and 3 Mile Road shall be known as the "Brian Derks Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2015, Act 196, Eff. Feb. 14, 2016


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250.1025 “Olds Freeway.”

Sec. 25.

That portion of highway I-496 that is within the city limits of the city of Lansing shall be known as the “Olds Freeway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1026 “Gerald R. Ford Freeway.”

Sec. 26.

Highway I-196 in Kent, Ottawa, and Allegan counties shall be known as the “Gerald R. Ford Freeway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1027 “G. Mennen Williams Highway”; “Prentiss M. Brown Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 27.

The portion of highway I-75 in Cheboygan and Mackinac counties shall be known as the “G. Mennen Williams Highway” and the “Prentiss M. Brown Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1028 “Sojourner Truth Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 28.

The portion of highway M-66 that is in Calhoun county shall be known as the “Sojourner Truth Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1029 “Philip A. Hart Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 29.

Highway I-275 beginning at the intersection of I-275 and I-75 in Monroe county and extending north to I-96 in Oakland county shall be known as the "Philip A. Hart Memorial Highway".


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001 ;-- Am. 2006, Act 126, Imd. Eff. May 2, 2006


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250.1029a "Gunnery Sgt. Daniel Price Memorial Highway."

Sec. 29a.

The portion of highway I-196 in the city of Holland shall be known as the "Gunnery Sgt. Daniel Price Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2018, Act 475, Eff. Mar. 29, 2019


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250.1030 “Veterans Memorial Freeway.”

Sec. 30.

The portion of highway M-59 beginning at the eastern city limit of the city of Pontiac and extending east to the western city limit of the city of Utica shall be known as the “Veterans Memorial Freeway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1030a "Det. Sgt. Christopher M. Wouters Memorial Highway."

Sec. 30a.

The portion of highway M-53 in Macomb County beginning at the intersection with 14 Mile Road and extending south to the intersection with 8 Mile Road shall be known as the "Det. Sgt. Christopher M. Wouters Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2018, Act 665, Eff. Mar. 28, 2019


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250.1031 “Christopher Columbus Freeway.”

Sec. 31.

The portion of highway M-53 beginning at the northern city limit of the city of Sterling Heights and extending north to the village of Washington in Macomb county shall be known as the “Christopher Columbus Freeway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1032 “Veterans Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 32.

The portion of highway I-69 between the western city limit of the city of Flint and the eastern city limit of the city of Port Huron shall be known as the “Veterans Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1033 “Chevrolet-Buick Freeway.”

Sec. 33.

Highway I-69 in Genesee county shall be known as the “Chevrolet-Buick Freeway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1034 “DeWayne T. Williams Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 34.

The portion of highway I-69 beginning at the eastern city limit of the city of Lapeer and extending east to the western city limit of the city of Port Huron shall be known as the “DeWayne T. Williams Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1035 “American Legion Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 35.

The portion of highway I-75 within the state of Michigan shall be known as the “American Legion Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1036 “Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 36.

Highway I-94 business loop in the city of Albion shall be known as the “Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1036a "Violet T. Lewis Memorial Highway."

Sec. 36a.

The portion of highway M-10 located in the city of Detroit between the intersection with Meyers Road and the intersection with West Outer Drive shall be known as the "Violet T. Lewis Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2018, Act 476, Eff. Mar. 29, 2019


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250.1037 “Jacobetti Highway.”

Sec. 37.

Highway M-28 beginning at the intersection with highway M-123 in Chippewa county and extending west to the east city limit of the city of Negaunee shall be known as the “Jacobetti Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1038 “Disabled American Veterans Highway.”

Sec. 38.

Highway M-121 in Genesee county shall be known as the “Disabled American Veterans Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1039 “Fort Custer Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 39.

The portion of highway M-96 beginning at the intersection with business loop I-94 in the city of Kalamazoo and extending east to the village of Augusta shall be known as the “Fort Custer Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1040 “Veterans Memorial Road.”

Sec. 40.

Highway M-125 in Monroe county shall be known as “Veterans Memorial Road”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1041 “Moses J. Jones Parkway.”

Sec. 41.

Highway US-31, business route, also known as Seaway Drive, beginning at the intersection with Spring street in Muskegon and continuing to the intersection with Getty street in Muskegon shall be known as the “Moses J. Jones Parkway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1042 “Vietnam Veterans Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 42.

The portion of highway M-59 from the intersection with I-96 in Livingston county and extending east to the intersection with I-94 in Macomb county, excluding the section of highway M-59 between the city of Pontiac and the city of Utica, shall be known as the “Vietnam Veterans Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1043 “AmVets Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 43.

Highway I-96 extending from Wayne county west to Muskegon county shall be known as the “AmVets Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1044 “Walter P. Chrysler Freeway.”

Sec. 44.

The portion of highway I-75 that is within Wayne and Oakland counties shall be known as the “Walter P. Chrysler Freeway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1045 “Joseph H. Meagher Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 45.

The portion of highway M-38 beginning at the Ontonagon village limit and extending east to the Houghton county line shall be known as the “Joseph H. Meagher Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1046 “Haskell L. Nichols Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 46.

The portion of highway US-127 beginning at the north county line of Jackson county and extending south to the intersection with highway I-94 shall be known as the “Haskell L. Nichols Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1047 117th quartermaster battalion.

Sec. 47.

Highway M-117 between M-28 and US-2 in Mackinac county is named in honor of the 117th quartermaster battalion.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1048 “Iron Brigade Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 48.

Highway US-12 in Wayne county extending west to the Michigan-Indiana state line in Berrien county shall be known as the “Iron Brigade Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1049 “St. Joseph Valley Parkway.”

Sec. 49.

The portion of highway US-31 beginning at the Michigan-Indiana state line and extending north to the intersection with I-94 in Berrien county shall be known as the “St. Joseph Valley Parkway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1050 “World War II Veterans Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 50.

The portion of highway M-37 beginning at the intersection with US-10 in Lake county and extending north to the county line of Lake county and Wexford county shall be known as the “World War II Veterans Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1051 “Disabled American Veterans Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 51.

Highway I-275 north of the Livonia intersection of I-275 and I-96 shall be known as the “Disabled American Veterans Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1051a "Officer Mason Samborski Memorial Highway."

Sec. 51a.

The portion of highway I-96 in the city of Howell shall be known as the "Officer Mason Samborski Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2018, Act 217, Eff. Sept. 24, 2018


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250.1052 “Matt McNeely Boulevard.”

Sec. 52.

The portion of highway M-85 located in the city of Detroit between Outer drive and highway I-75 shall also be known as “Matt McNeely Boulevard”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1053 “Paul B. Henry Freeway.”

Sec. 53.

Highway M-6 located in Kent and Ottawa counties shall be known as the “Paul B. Henry Freeway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1054 “Keith Deacon Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 54.

The part of highway M-5 located in the city of Farmington Hills and the city of Farmington extending from the interchange of highways I-96, I-275, and I-696 east to the intersection with M-102 shall be known as the “Keith Deacon Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1055 “Sydney Ouwinga Memorial Bypass.”

Sec. 55.

The part of the bypass of highway US-131 that is located between M-115 and Boon road in Wexford county shall be known as the “Sydney Ouwinga Memorial Bypass”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1056 “Veterans' Memorial Drive.”

Sec. 56.

The part of highway M-33 located in Ogemaw and Oscoda counties between Houghton Creek road and Miller road shall be known as the “Veterans' Memorial Drive”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1057 “Veterans' Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 57.

The part of highway M-32 between Ripley boulevard and Bagley street in the city of Alpena shall be known as the “Veterans' Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1058 “D. H. Day Highway.”

Sec. 58.

Highway M-109 located in Leelanau county shall be known as the “D. H. Day Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1059 “Pearl Harbor Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 59.

The portion of highway I-69 beginning at exit 105 in Shiawasee county and extending east to exit 135 in Genesee county shall be known as the “Pearl Harbor Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1060 “Bernie Borden Memorial Overpass.”

Sec. 60.

The overpass located at the intersection of highway I-75 and highway M-57 in Genesee county shall be known as the “Bernie Borden Memorial Overpass”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1061 “Veteran's Memorial Causeway.”

Sec. 61.

Highway M-120 in Muskegon county beginning at the intersection of highway M-120, Lake avenue and Whitehall road, and extending south for 1 mile shall be known as the “Veteran's Memorial Causeway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1062 “James G. O'Hara Freeway.”

Sec. 62.

The portion of highway I-94 lying within Macomb and St. Clair counties shall be known as the “James G. O'Hara Freeway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1063 “Veteran's Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 63.

The portion of highway business route US-27 beginning at Polk road in Emerson township in Gratiot county, continuing south through the city of Ithaca to Center road, and continuing east to the intersection of highway business route US-27 and US-27 in Emerson township in Gratiot county shall be named the “Veteran's Memorial Highway”.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1064 “94th Combat Infantry Division Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 64.

That portion of highway I-94 in Calhoun county beginning at exit 92 and continuing east to the M-66 exit shall be named the “94th Combat Infantry Division Memorial Highway”.


History: Add. 2002, Act 305, Imd. Eff. May 13, 2002


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250.1065 “Purple Heart Highway.”

Sec. 65.

That portion of highway I-69 beginning at the intersection of I-69 east and U.S. 27 north in Clinton county and extending east to exit 105 in Shiawassee county shall be named the “Purple Heart Highway”.


History: Add. 2002, Act 12, Imd. Eff. Feb. 19, 2002


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250.1066 “Cesar E. Chavez Way”.

Sec. 66.

That portion of highway business route 196 in the city of Grand Rapids and the county of Kent beginning at the intersection of business route 196 and Franklin street and continuing south to Clyde Park avenue shall be commemorated as the “Cesar E. Chavez Way”.


History: Add. 2002, Act 361, Imd. Eff. May 23, 2002


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250.1067 “James M. Pelton Firefighters Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 67.

The portion of highway US-127 in Ingham county shall be known as the “James M. Pelton Firefighters Memorial Highway”.


History: Add. 2003, Act 195, Imd. Eff. Nov. 10, 2003


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250.1068 “Gary Priess Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 68.

That portion of highway US-127 beginning at the border between Ingham county and Clinton county and extending north to the Price road exit in Clinton county shall be named the “Gary Priess Memorial Highway”.


History: Add. 2002, Act 5, Imd. Eff. Feb. 7, 2002


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250.1068a "Deputy Eric Overall Memorial Highway."

Sec. 68a.

The portion of highway M-15 beginning at the intersection of highway M-15 and highway I-75 in Oakland County and extending north to the county line of Oakland and Genesee counties shall be known as the "Deputy Eric Overall Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2018, Act 545, Eff. Mar. 28, 2019


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250.1069 "Officer Eric Zapata Memorial Highway".

Sec. 69.

The portion of highway I-94 located in Kalamazoo county shall be known as the "Officer Eric Zapata Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2013, Act 20, Imd. Eff. May 7, 2013


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250.1070 "Trooper Jeffrey Werda Memorial Highway."

Sec. 70.

The portion of highway M-61 from the eastern city limit of the city of Gladwin to the intersection of highway M-61 and highway M-30 in Gladwin county shall be known as the "Trooper Jeffrey Werda Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2012, Act 71, Imd. Eff. Apr. 4, 2012


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250.1071 "Sheriff Robert Radden Memorial Highway."

Sec. 71.

Highway US-10 in Lake county, beginning at the intersection of M-37 and US-10 and continuing east to the county line, shall be known as the "Sheriff Robert Radden Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2014, Act 434, Imd. Eff. Dec. 30, 2014


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250.1072 “Oscar G. Johnson Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 72.

The portion of highway M-69 beginning at the intersection of highway M-69 and US-2 in Delta county and continuing northwest through Menominee county to the intersection of M-69 and M-95 in Dickinson county shall be known as the “Oscar G. Johnson Memorial Highway”.


History: Add. 2002, Act 2, Imd. Eff. Jan. 23, 2002


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250.1073 "Veterans Memorial Bridge."

Sec. 73.

The bridge on highway US-141 over the Menominee river in Dickinson county between Breitung township and the city of Niagara in the state of Wisconsin shall be known as the "Veterans Memorial Bridge".


History: Add. 2011, Act 213, Imd. Eff. Nov. 8, 2011


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250.1074 “Veterans Memorial Bridge.”

Sec. 74.

The bridge on US-31 in Ottawa county located in the city of Grand Haven between Jackson street and the M-104 exit, locally known as the “South Channel Bridge”, shall be known as the “Veterans Memorial Bridge”.


History: Add. 2004, Act 146, Imd. Eff. June 15, 2004


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250.1074[1] "Purple Heart Trail."

Sec. 74.

That part of highway I-69 in Branch county shall be known as the "Purple Heart Trail".


History: Add. 2004, Act 485, Imd. Eff. Dec. 28, 2004
Compiler's Notes: Section 74, as added by Act 485 of 2004, was compiled as MCL 250.1074[1], to distinguish it from another section 74, deriving from Act 146 of 2004 and pertaining to "Veterans Memorial Bridge."


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250.1075 “Veterans Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 75.

That portion of highway US-10 in Mason county beginning at the city of Scottville and continuing west to the city of Ludington shall be named the “Veterans Memorial Highway”.


History: Add. 2002, Act 651, Imd. Eff. Dec. 23, 2002


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250.1076 "Graham Barlow Jr., WWII Memorial Highway."

Sec. 76.

The portion of highway M-71 that is within the village limits of the village of Vernon shall be known as the "Graham Barlow Jr., WWII Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2013, Act 244, Imd. Eff. Dec. 26, 2013


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250.1077 "Elgie G. Hanna Memorial Highway."

Sec. 77.

Highway M-188 in Eaton county shall be known as the "Elgie G. Hanna Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2009, Act 74, Imd. Eff. July 29, 2009


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250.1078 "UAW Sitdown Strike Memorial Highway"; "Marine Corps League Memorial Highway."

Sec. 78.

(1) Highway M-54 in Genesee county beginning at the intersection of M-54 and I-75 and continuing north to the intersection of M-54 and I-69 shall be known as the "UAW Sitdown Strike Memorial Highway".

(2) Highway M-54 in Genesee county beginning at the intersection of M-54 and I-69 and continuing north to the intersection of M-54 and M-57 shall be known as the "Marine Corps League Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2006, Act 1, Imd. Eff. Feb. 3, 2006


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250.1079 “Veterans Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 79.

Highway M-28, beginning at the eastern city limits of Ishpeming in Marquette county and continuing west through Baraga county, Houghton county, Ontonagon county, and Gogebic county to the intersection of highway M-28 and highway US-2, shall be known as the “Veterans Memorial Highway”.


History: Add. 2003, Act 10, Imd. Eff. May 29, 2003


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250.1080 "Fallen Soldiers of Iraqi Freedom Memorial Highway."

Sec. 80.

The portion of US-24 beginning at the border of Michigan and Ohio in Monroe county and continuing north to the intersection of US-24 and M-125 in Monroe county shall be known as the "Fallen Soldiers of Iraqi Freedom Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2005, Act 334, Imd. Eff. Dec. 29, 2005


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250.1081 "Trooper Paul K. Butterfield, II Memorial Highway."

Sec. 81.

The portion of highway M-116 in Mason county beginning at the Lincoln river and continuing north to the Big Sable river shall be known as the "Trooper Paul K. Butterfield, II Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2014, Act 441, Imd. Eff. Dec. 30, 2014


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250.1082 “Kevin Sherwood Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 82.

The portion of highway US-127 in Clare county shall be known as the “Kevin Sherwood Memorial Highway”.


History: Add. 2004, Act 147, Imd. Eff. June 15, 2004


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250.1083 "Tim Sanborn Memorial Highway."

Sec. 83.

The portion of highway US-127 in Clinton county beginning at the intersection of highway US-127 and Colony road and extending north to highway M-57 shall be known as the "Tim Sanborn Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2014, Act 437, Imd. Eff. Dec. 30, 2014


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250.1084 "Tuskegee Airmen Memorial Highway"; markers; location.

Sec. 84.

(1) The portion of highway I-75 within the state of Michigan shall be known as the "Tuskegee Airmen Memorial Highway".

(2) If sufficient private contributions are received to pay the cost of erecting and maintaining suitable markers for the highway described in this section as provided in section 2, those markers shall only be placed along highway I-75 within 5 miles of the following 2 locations:

(a) The border between Michigan and Ohio.

(b) The border between Michigan and Canada.


History: Add. 2014, Act 440, Imd. Eff. Dec. 30, 2014


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250.1085 “Korean War Veterans Memorial Highway”.

Sec. 85.

That portion of highway M-82 beginning at the city of Newaygo in Newaygo county and extending east to Howard City in Montcalm county shall be named the “Korean War Veterans Memorial Highway”.


History: Add. 2002, Act 563, Imd. Eff. Oct. 2, 2002


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250.1086 “POW/MIA Memorial Freeway.”

Sec. 86.

The part of M-53 located between 27 mile road and 34 mile road in Macomb county shall be known as the “POW/MIA Memorial Freeway”.


History: Add. 2003, Act 54, Imd. Eff. July 14, 2003


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250.1087 "Holocaust Memorial Highway."

Sec. 87.

The part of highway M-10 located in Oakland county, beginning at the intersection of M-10 and I-696 and continuing northwest to the intersection of M-10 and Orchard Lake road, shall be known as the "Holocaust Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2005, Act 40, Imd. Eff. June 7, 2005


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250.1088 "Hazen Shirley 'Kiki' Cuyler Memorial Highway"; "George Edward (Ted) Seman Memorial Highway."

Sec. 88.

(1) Highway M-72 in Alcona county shall be known as the "Hazen Shirley 'Kiki' Cuyler Memorial Highway".

(2) Highway US-10 in the city of Evart in Osceola county beginning at the intersection of US-10 and River street and continuing west to the intersection of US-10 and 95th street shall be known as the "George Edward (Ted) Seman Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2008, Act 292, Imd. Eff. Oct. 6, 2008


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250.1089 "Firefighter Brian Woehlke Memorial Highway."

Sec. 89.

The portion of highway M-153 beginning at the intersection of highway M-153 and Newburgh road and extending east to the intersection of highway M-153 and Wayne road shall be known as the "Firefighter Brian Woehlke Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2014, Act 439, Imd. Eff. Dec. 30, 2014


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250.1089a "Detective LaVern S. Brann Memorial Highway."

Sec. 89a.

The portion of business loop I-94 between the eastern and western city limits of the city of Battle Creek shall be known as the "Detective LaVern S. Brann Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2015, Act 30, Imd. Eff. May 18, 2015


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250.1090 "102nd United States Colored Troops (U.S.C.T.) Memorial Highway."

Sec. 90.

The portion of highway I-375 that is within Wayne county shall be known as the "102nd United States Colored Troops (U.S.C.T.) Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2014, Act 494, Eff. Mar. 31, 2015


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250.1091 "Clare County Veterans Memorial Highway."

Sec. 91.

The portion of highway US-10 in Clare county shall be known as the "Clare County Veterans Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2005, Act 272, Imd. Eff. Dec. 19, 2005


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250.1092 "10th Mountain Division Highway"; "Ronald W. Reagan Memorial Highway."

Sec. 92.

(1) Highway US-24 in Wayne county shall be known as the "10th Mountain Division Memorial Highway".

(2) Highway M-3 in Macomb county beginning at the intersection of M-3 and Harrington Boulevard and continuing north to its end shall be known as the "Ronald W. Reagan Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2006, Act 2, Imd. Eff. Feb. 3, 2006


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250.1093 "Veteran's Memorial Highway."

Sec. 93.

Highway M-62 in Cass county from the eastern city limit of Dowagiac and continuing southeast to the western city limit of Cassopolis shall be known as the "Veteran's Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2008, Act 17, Imd. Eff. Feb. 29, 2008


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250.1094 "David Warsen Memorial Highway."

Sec. 94.

The portion of highway M-6 in Kent county beginning at the intersection of M-6 and Kalamazoo avenue and continuing west to the intersection of M-6 and Byron Center avenue shall be known as the "David Warsen Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2014, Act 443, Eff. Mar. 31, 2015


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250.1095 "Matt Urban Memorial Bridge."

Sec. 95.

The bridge on highway US-24 in Monroe county between North Custer road and South Custer road shall be known as the "Matt Urban Memorial Bridge".


History: Add. 2014, Act 435, Imd. Eff. Dec. 30, 2014


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250.1096 "Joseph Prentler Memorial Highway."

Sec. 96.

The portion of highway M-57 that is within Montcalm county shall be known as the "Joseph Prentler Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2014, Act 442, Imd. Eff. Dec. 30, 2014


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250.1097 "AMVETS Memorial Scenic Drive".

Sec. 97.

Highway M-46 from the intersection of M-24 and M-46 in Tuscola county and continuing east to the intersection of M-53 and M-46 in Sanilac county shall be known as the "AMVETS Memorial Scenic Drive".


History: Add. 2005, Act 153, Imd. Eff. Sept. 30, 2005


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250.1097a "Trooper James R. DeLoach and Trooper Steven J. Niewiek Memorial Highway."

Sec. 97a.

Scott Lake road in Oakland county shall be known as the "Trooper James R. DeLoach and Trooper Steven J. Niewiek Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2014, Act 444, Eff. Mar. 31, 2015


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250.1098 "Rosa Parks Memorial Highway."

Sec. 98.

Highway I-96 in Wayne county from the intersection of I-96 and I-75 and continuing west to the intersection of I-96 and US-24 shall be known as the "Rosa Parks Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2005, Act 258, Imd. Eff. Dec. 6, 2005 ;-- Am. 2006, Act 452, Imd. Eff. Dec. 14, 2006


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250.1099 Repeal of certain acts.

Sec. 99.

The following acts are repealed:

(a) 1925 PA 113, MCL 250.261.

(b) 1941 PA 118, MCL 250.271.

(c) 1945 PA 207, MCL 35.311 to 35.312.

(d) 1949 PA 104, MCL 250.281 to 250.282.

(e) 1952 PA 70, MCL 250.291 to 250.292.

(f) 1952 PA 71, MCL 250.301.

(g) 1953 PA 11, MCL 250.311 to 250.312.

(h) 1954 PA 80, MCL 250.321 to 250.322.

(i) 1954 PA 93, MCL 250.331 to 250.332.

(j) 1955 PA 86, MCL 250.341 to 250.342.

(k) 1959 PA 144, MCL 250.351 to 250.352.

(l) 1959 PA 170, MCL 250.361 to 250.365.

(m) 1976 PA 93, MCL 250.371 to 250.372.

(n) 1984 PA 174, MCL 250.381 to 250.382.

(o) 1992 PA 240, MCL 250.401 to 250.402.

(p) 1992 PA 249, MCL 250.391 to 250.392.

(q) 1994 PA 124, MCL 250.411 to 250.412.

(r) 1996 PA 185, MCL 250.421 to 250.422.

(s) 1997 PA 14, MCL 250.431 to 250.432.

(t) 1998 PA 399, MCL 250.451 to 250.452.

(u) 1999 PA 12, MCL 250.461 to 250.462.

(v) 2000 PA 174, MCL 250.481 to 250.484.

(w) 2001 PA 17, MCL 250.491 to 250.492.

(x) 2001 PA 56, MCL 250.501 to 250.502.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001


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250.1100 Repeal of certain resolutions.

Sec. 100.

The following resolutions are repealed:

(a) Senate resolution 35 of 1931.

(b) House concurrent resolution 9 of 1933.

(c) House concurrent resolution 13 of 1963.

(d) House concurrent resolution 309 of 1966.

(e) House concurrent resolution 21 of 1969.

(f) House concurrent resolution 22 of 1969.

(g) House resolution 48 of 1970.

(h) Senate concurrent resolution 57 of 1971.

(i) Senate concurrent resolution 150 of 1971.

(j) Senate concurrent resolution 345 of 1972.

(k) Senate concurrent resolution 415 of 1974.

(l) Senate concurrent resolution 216 of 1975.

(m) House concurrent resolution 690 of 1976.

(n) Senate concurrent resolution 559 of 1976.

(o) Senate concurrent resolution 560 of 1976.

(p) Senate concurrent resolution 307 of 1978.

(q) House concurrent resolution 691 of 1978.

(r) House concurrent resolution 694 of 1978.

(s) House concurrent resolution 545 of 1980.

(t) House concurrent resolution 583 of 1980.

(u) House concurrent resolution 622 of 1980.

(v) House concurrent resolution 401 of 1981.

(w) House concurrent resolution 67 of 1983.

(x) Senate concurrent resolution 914 of 1984.

(y) Senate concurrent resolution 42 of 1985.

(z) House resolution 506 of 1986.

(aa) House concurrent resolution 986 of 1988.

(bb) House concurrent resolution 677 of 1988.

(cc) House resolution 365 of 1989.

(dd) House concurrent resolution 414 of 1989.

(ee) House concurrent resolution 425 of 1989.

(ff) House resolution 324 of 1989.

(gg) House concurrent resolution 344 of 1989.

(hh) House concurrent resolution 134 of 1990.

(ii) Senate resolution 435 of 1990.

(jj) House resolution 627 of 1990.

(kk) House concurrent resolution 34 of 1991.

(ll) Senate concurrent resolution 286 of 1992.

(mm) House resolution 148 of 1993.

(nn) House concurrent resolution 25 of 1993.

(oo) House concurrent resolution 26 of 1993.

(pp) House concurrent resolution 626 of 1984.

(qq) Senate resolution 203 of 1995.


History: 2001, Act 142, Imd. Eff. Oct. 26, 2001
Compiler's Notes: In subdivision (pp), the reference to “House concurrent resolution 626 of 1984” evidently should be to “House concurrent resolution 626 of 1994.”


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250.2060 "Harry Gast Parkway".

Sec. 1060.

The portion of highway M-63 in Berrien county beginning at the intersection of M-63 and the Blossomland bridge and continuing north until the intersection of M-63 and Klock road shall be known as the "Harry Gast Parkway".


History: Add. 2008, Act 369, Imd. Eff. Dec. 23, 2008


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250.2061 "Officer Trevor Slot Memorial Highway."

Sec. 1061.

The portion of highway I-96 from the intersection with Fruit Ridge avenue in the city of Walker and extending west to the intersection with 16th avenue in Ottawa county shall be known as the "Officer Trevor Slot Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2013, Act 181, Imd. Eff. Dec. 10, 2013


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250.2062 "Sgt. Henry E. Plant Memorial Grand River Bridge Non-Motorized Trail."

Sec. 1062.

The nonmotorized multiuse lane on the bridge along the portion of highway M-231 over the Grand river and connecting Robinson township and Crockery township in Ottawa county shall be known as the "Sgt. Henry E. Plant Memorial Grand River Bridge Non-Motorized Trail".


History: Add. 2014, Act 496, Eff. Mar. 31, 2015


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250.2063 "Trooper Rick L. Johnson Memorial Freeway."

Sec. 1063.

The portion of highway I-94 in Van Buren county shall be known as the "Trooper Rick L. Johnson Memorial Freeway".


History: Add. 2014, Act 436, Imd. Eff. Dec. 30, 2014


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250.2064a "Earl DeMarse Memorial Highway."

Sec. 1064a.

The portion of highway US-41 beginning at the intersection of US-41 and highway M-28 in the city of Harvey and extending north to the intersection of US-41 and Genesee street in the city of Marquette shall be known as the "Earl DeMarse Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2014, Act 497, Imd. Eff. Jan. 13, 2015


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250.2065 "Staff Sergeant Ergin V. Osman Memorial Highway."

Sec. 1065.

The portion of highway M-29 beginning at Gratiot avenue and extending east to the border between Macomb county and St. Clair county shall be known as the "Staff Sergeant Ergin V. Osman Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2014, Act 495, Eff. Mar. 31, 2015


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250.2066 "Ontonagon County Veterans Memorial Bridge."

Sec. 1066.

The bridge on highway M-64 over the Ontonagon river in the township of Ontonagon shall be known as the "Ontonagon County Veterans Memorial Bridge".


History: Add. 2014, Act 498, Imd. Eff. Jan. 13, 2015


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250.2067 "Gold Star Mothers Memorial Highway".

Sec. 1067.

Highway M-55 from the point of beginning in Manistee county and continuing east to the intersection of M-55 and M-115 in Wexford county shall be known as the "Gold Star Mothers Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2008, Act 409, Imd. Eff. Jan. 6, 2009


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250.2068 "Heath Michael Robinson Cut River Memorial Bridge."

Sec. 1068.

The bridge on highway US-2 over the Cut river in Mackinac county shall be known as the "Heath Michael Robinson Cut River Memorial Bridge".


History: Add. 2014, Act 438, Imd. Eff. Dec. 30, 2014


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250.2069 "Mark V. Ingram II Freeway."

Sec. 1059.

Highway M-21 beginning at the intersection of M-21 and I-75 in Genesee county and continuing east to the intersection of M-21 and I-475 shall be known as the "Mark V. Ingram II Freeway".


History: Add. 2012, Act 537, Eff. Mar. 28, 2013


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250.2070 "Auxiliary Lieutenant Dan Kromer Memorial Highway."

Sec. 1070.

The portion of highway I-94 beginning at the intersection of highway I-94 and Inkster road in the city of Taylor and extending east to Pelham road shall be known as the "Auxiliary Lieutenant Dan Kromer Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2012, Act 227, Imd. Eff. June 29, 2012


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250.2071 "Corporal Matthew Edwards Memorial Highway."

Sec. 1071.

The portion of US-24 beginning at the intersection of US-24 and Van Born road in the city of Taylor and continuing south to the intersection of US-24 and Pennsylvania road shall be known as the "Corporal Matthew Edwards Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2012, Act 228, Imd. Eff. June 29, 2012


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250.2072 "Medal of Honor Recipients Highway"; separate sign.

Sec. 1072.

(1) Highway US-31 beginning at the intersection of highway US-31 and highway I-196 in Allegan county and continuing north to the intersection of highway US-31 and highway M-45 in Ottawa county shall be known as the "Medal of Honor Recipients Highway".

(2) The state transportation department shall work with local veterans organizations to develop a separate sign bearing the names of Lieutenant Colonel Matt Urban, Corporal John Essebagger, Jr., Sergeant Gordon Yntema, and Sergeant Paul Ronald Lambers that may be posted at or near the memorial signage described in subsection (1).


History: Add. 2011, Act 78, Imd. Eff. July 12, 2011 ;-- Am. 2012, Act 121, Imd. Eff. May 2, 2012


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250.2073 “Underground Railroad Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 1073.

The portion of highway US-131 in the township of Schoolcraft beginning at the intersection of US-131 and West U avenue in Kalamazoo county and continuing south to the intersection of West XY avenue and US-131 shall be known as the “Underground Railroad Memorial Highway”.


History: Add. 2004, Act 139, Imd. Eff. June 15, 2004


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250.2074 "Carl Oleson, Jr. bridge".

Sec. 1074.

The bridge on highway M-22 in Leelanau county between Big Glen lake and Little Glen lake shall be known as the "Carl Oleson, Jr. bridge".


History: Add. 2006, Act 455, Imd. Eff. Dec. 14, 2006


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250.2075 "Veterans of Foreign Wars Memorial Highway."

Sec. 1075.

Highway M-81 in Tuscola county beginning at the intersection of highway M-81 and Van Geisen road and continuing southwest to the intersection of highway M-81 and Chambers road shall be known as the "Veterans of Foreign Wars Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2006, Act 571, Imd. Eff. Jan. 3, 2007


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250.2077 "Officer James Bonneau Memorial Bridge."

Sec. 1077.

The bridge on West avenue in Jackson county between Ganson street and Wildwood avenue shall be known as the "Officer James Bonneau Memorial Bridge".


History: Add. 2014, Act 31, Imd. Eff. Mar. 11, 2014


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250.2078 "William Davidson memorial highway".

Sec. 1078.

Highway M-24 within the city limits of Auburn Hills in Oakland county shall be known as the "William Davidson memorial highway".


History: Add. 2011, Act 37, Imd. Eff. May 25, 2011


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250.2079 "PFC Harold R. Cooley-WWII Marine Corps League Memorial Highway".

Sec. 1079.

The portion of highway M-21 in Shiawassee county beginning at the intersection of M-21 and Meridian road and continuing east to the intersection of M-21 and M-13 shall be known as the "PFC Harold R. Cooley-WWII Marine Corps League Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2010, Act 39, Imd. Eff. Mar. 31, 2010


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250.2079a "PFC Shane Cantu Veterans Memorial Highway."

Sec. 1079a.

The portion of highway M-71 between the eastern city limit of the city of Owosso and the western city limit of the city of Corunna shall be known as the "PFC Shane Cantu Veterans Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2018, Act 70, Eff. June 17, 2018


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250.2080 “Underground Railroad Memorial Highway.”

Sec. 1080.

The portion of highway I-94 beginning at exit 98 in Calhoun county and continuing east to exit 110 in Calhoun county shall be known as the “Underground Railroad Memorial Highway”.


History: Add. 2004, Act 140, Imd. Eff. June 15, 2004


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250.2081 "Staff Sergeant Duane J. Dreasky Memorial Highway."

Sec. 1081.

The portion of highway M-5 between the intersection with 13 Mile Road and the intersection with 14 Mile Road in the city of Novi shall be known as the "Staff Sergeant Duane J. Dreasky Memorial Highway".


History: Add. 2018, Act 547, Eff. Mar. 28, 2019


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