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County-Designated Routes D-19 through H-15

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D-19
Southern Terminus: Jct D-19 & D-32 at the intersection of Patterson Lake, Toma & Darwin Rds south of Pinckney
Northern Terminus: I-96 at Exit 137 on the south side of Howell
Length: Updated 11.28 miles
Map: Route Map of D-19
Notes: Known as Pinckney Rd for much of its length, D-19 is one of only two County-Designated Highways in Southeast Michigan and both are in Livingston Co.
History: A detailed route history is currently under development.
County: Livingston
Photographs:
Weblinks: none

D-32
Southern Terminus: M-106 in Gregory, 1 block south of jct M-36 & M-106
Northern Terminus: Jct D-19 & D-32 at the intersection of Patterson Lake, Toma and Darwin Rds south of Pinckney
Length: Updated 8.39 miles
Map: Route Map of D-32
Notes: D-32 is literally the "Road to Hell"—along its route is the small community of Hell, Michigan, southwest of Pinckney. Signs pointing the way to Hell on M-106 at D-32's western end are often stolen by who find them amusing and "collectable."
  D-32 is one of only two County-Designated Highways in Southeast Michigan and both are in Livingston Co.
History: A detailed route history is currently under development.
County: Livingston
Photographs:
Weblinks: Sign pointing to the Road to Hell - photo from carcino.gen.nz images.
  The History of Hell Michigan

F-01
Southern Terminus: Co Rd 612, 3.4 miles west of downtown Lewiston
Northern Terminus: Jct F-44, six miles north of Vienna
Length: Updated 12.04 miles
Map:Route Map of F-01
Notes: F-01 generally follows the Otsego/Montmorency Co line for its entire length.
While most maps, the Official Michigan highway map included, show F-01 beginning at F-38's eastern terminus, actual signage on the route extends south to Co Rd 612.
It is unclear how F-01 was assigned its route number, being so far east of the western boundary of "F territory" at Old US-27 running from Cheboygan through Gaylord, Grayling and southerly toward Clare. F-01 is runs approximately 16 miles east of this boundary and is actually east of F-97, another north-south County-Designated Highway which, technically, should have a F-xx designation less than that of the route running along F-01. More appropriate designations for these routes may have been F-07 for F-97 and F-09 for F-01.
History: A detailed route history is currently under development.
Counties: Otsego | Montmorency
Photographs:
Weblinks: none

F-05
Southern Terminus: M-33/M-68 two miles west of Onaway (and 1 mile east of Tower)
Northern Terminus: US-23 on the east city limit of Cheboygan
Length: Updated 24.50 miles
Map:Route Map of F-05
Notes: 
History: A detailed route history is currently under development.
County: Cheboygan
Photographs:
Weblinks: none

F-18
Western Terminus: F-97 at cnr Maple Valley & Greenwood Rds in southeastern Roscommon Co
Eastern Terminus: Roscommon/Ogemaw Co line (see note below)
Length: Updated 6.14 miles (see note below)
Map:Route Map of F-18
Notes: F-18 is one of two unique routes presented here which require some explanation. Early on in the Intercounty Highway program, Ogemaw Co was a major participant in the program, designating several such routes within their county extending into neighboring counties in the late-1970s. F-18 was one such route. Then, for some currently-unknown reason, in 1985 all of the Ogemaw Co routes and all but one route in Iosco Co were removed from MDOT's Official Michigan Transportation Map, including F-18. However, both Roscommon and Ogemaw Co have continued to sign F-18 as such and MDOT even acknowledges the existence of F-18 with junction route marker assemblies on M-30 south of West Branch! In 2004, the Roscommon Co portion of F-18 was re-added to the Official Michigan Transportation Map and pending further investigation of the remaining Intercounty Highways in Ogemaw Co, their depiction of the route will be considered "official."
History: A detailed route history is currently under development.
County: Roscommon (see note above)
Photographs:
Weblinks: none

F-21
Southern Terminus: Updated M-32 on the southern limit of the Village of Hillman
Northern Terminus: US-23/Bradley Hwy in Rogers City just south of jct US-23 & M-68
Length: Updated 27.81 miles
Map:Route Map of F-21
Notes: Updated As previously noted, signage along Michigan's Intercounty Highways can be rather sporadic, and in some areas nonexistant, so pinpointing the exact termini of F-21 is somewhat difficult. The southern terminus is assumed to be correct, as it is rather well-signed along M-32. As for the northern terminus, it was one thought the route terminated as M-68 just east of US-23, however signage in the area implies the terminus is at US-23 instead. Again, dealing with these highways is not an exact science...
It appears that at various times during the 20th Century, the State of Michigan expended money on maintenance and reconstruction efforts on Co Rd 451 (present-day F-21), however according to State Highway Department sources the route was never assumed into the state trunkline system. It is unclear whether this had ever been proposed, though one state-produced (non-State Highway Department) map did erroneously label the route as "M-451" for a short time.
F-21 is Presque Isle County's only County-Designated (Intercounty) Highway and is also known as Co Rd 451 over its entire length in both Montmorency and Presque Isle counties.
History: A detailed route history is currently under development.
Counties: Montmorency | Presque Isle
Photographs:
Weblinks: none

F-28
Western Terminus: F-97 at cnr St Helen & School Rds just north of St Helen
Eastern Terminus: Roscommon/Ogemaw Co line (at cnr School, Rose City & Meridian Rds) northeast of St Helen (see note below)
Length: Updated 2.01 miles (see note below)
Map:Route Map of F-28
Notes: F-28 is one of two unique routes presented here which require some explanation. Early on in the Intercounty Highway program, Ogemaw Co was a major participant in the program, designating several such routes within their county extending into neighboring counties in the late-1970s. F-28 was one such route. Then, for some currently-unknown reason, in 1985 all of the Ogemaw Co routes and all but one route in Iosco Co were removed from MDOT's Official Transportation Map, including F-28. However, both Roscommon and Ogemaw Co have continued to sign F-28 in the field. In 2004, the Roscommon Co portion of F-28 was re-added to the Official Transportation Map and pending further investigation of the remaining Intercounty Highways in Ogemaw Co, their depiction of the route will be considered "official."
History: A detailed route history is currently under development.
County: Roscommon (see note above)
Photographs:
Weblinks: none

F-30
Western Terminus: M-65 in Glennie (cnr Bamfield & State Rds)
Eastern Terminus: US-23 in Greenbush (cnr E Mikado & S Huron Rds)
Length: Updated 21.92 miles
Map:Route Map of F-30
Notes: 
History: A detailed route history is currently under development.
County: Alcona
Photographs:
Weblinks: none

F-32
Western Terminus: BL I-75/M-93 on Grayling's northern city limit (cnr North Down River Rd & N Grayling Hwy/Old 27)
Eastern Terminus:M-65/M-72 just south of Curran
Length: Updated 57.22 miles
Map:Route Map of F-32
Notes:F-32/North Down River Rd provides a great alternative to BL I-75 into and from the north side of Grayling.
F-32 could be considered an alternate route to M-72 between Grayling and Curran as the two routes are intertwined with each other between those points.
History: A detailed route history is currently under development.
Counties: Crawford | Oscoda | Alcona
Photographs:
Weblinks: none

F-38
Western Terminus: Jct Old US-27 & C-38 (cnr Old State Rd, Mancelona Rd & Old 27) in the Otsego Lake area north of Waters
Eastern Terminus: Jct F-01 at cnr Old State Rd & Meridian Line Rd, two miles south of Vienna, northwest of Lewiston
Length: Updated 15.83 miles
Map:Route Map of F-38
Notes:While county routes C-38 and F-38 act like one through highway, they have different letter prefixes for a good reason: Old US-27 is the dividing line between the "C" and "F" designations in Northern Michigan.
F-38 is known as Old State Rd for its entire length.
History: A detailed route history is currently under development.
County: Otsego
Photographs:
Weblinks: none

F-41
Southern Terminus:US-23 on the north side of Oscoda
Northern Terminus: US-23 east of Spruce in extreme northeastern Alcona County
Length: Updated 31.76 miles
Map:Route Map of F-41
Notes: The route of today's F-41 follows the route of the former M-171, which itself was designated along a previous alignment of US-23 prior to the completion of the current shoreline routing for that highway in the mid-1930s. As such, even though F-41 has not been on the state trunkline system since 1960, it still retains a certain "state highway" feel to it.
  While Iosco Co once had several other County-Designated Highways both posted in the field and indicated on the Official State Transporation Map, F-41 is the only one of those remaining today.
History: A detailed route history is currently under development.
Counties: Iosco | Alcona
Photographs:
Weblinks: none

F-42
Western Terminus: BL I-75 at cnr McCoy Rd & Old 27 S, south of Gaylord
Eastern Terminus: M-32 at cnr McCoy Rd & Turtle Lake R, 8.4 miles southeast of downtown Gaylord (4.5 miles west of Johannesburg)
Length: Updated 7.24 miles
Map:Route Map of F-42
Notes:In the late-1980s, C-42 and F-42 route markers were added to M-32 and BL I-75 marker assemblies through the City of Gaylord attempting to signify a connection between C-42 west of Gaylord and F-42 southeast of Gaylord via M-32 and BL I-75. Many of these signs existed into the late-1990s, but have been removed in subsequent re-signing projects.
History: A detailed route history is currently under development.
County: Otsego
Photographs:
Weblinks: none

F-44
Western Terminus: M-32 at cnr E State & Wilkinson Rds east of Gaylord
Eastern Terminus: Jct F-01 at cnr Sparr & Meridian Line Rds, six miles north of Vienna
Length: Updated 15.69 miles
Map:Route Map of F-44
Notes: 
History: A detailed route history is currently under development.
County:Otsego
Photographs:
Weblinks: none

F-97
Southern Terminus:M-18 seven miles north of Gladwin
Northern Terminus:M-32, 2.2 miles south of Johannesburg
Length: Updated 72.32 miles
Map:Route Map of F-97
Notes: Updated Beginning with the newly-digitized 2003-04 Official Transportation Map, MDOT began leaving off the northernmost portion of F-97 from their highway maps, indicating F-97 now terminates at F-38/Old State Rd instead of continuing through to M-32 near Johannesburg. An acutal route change had not been made, however, it was simply another of many errors on the new computer-generated version of the official map. It was corrected within a few editions and once again reflects the actual route of F-97.
Updated For many years, F-97 was the only Intercounty Highway in the Lower Peninsula which was still is not fully hard-surfaced (paved). It has been hard-surfaced since at least the early 2000s, if not since the late 1990s.
It is unclear how F-97 was assigned its route number, being so close to the western boundary of "F territory" at Old US-27 running from Cheboygan through Gaylord, Grayling and southerly toward Clare. F-97 is runs roughly 12 miles east of this boundary and is actually west of F-01, another north-south County-Designated Highway which, technically, should have a F-xx greater less than that of the route running along F-97. More appropriate designations for these routes may have been F-07 for F-97 and F-09 for F-01.
History: A detailed route history is currently under development.
Counties: Gladwin | Roscommon | Crawford | Otsego
Photographs:
Weblinks: none

G-08
Western Terminus: Wisconsin state line (connection w/CTH-JJ), 2.3 miles west of Wallace
Eastern Terminus:US-41 in Wallace
Length: Updated 2.34 miles
Map:Route Map of G-08
Notes: Aside from the rather unique F-28 in Roscommon Co, G-08 is otherwise the shortest County-Designated Highway in the state and also bears the name Co Rd 342.
G-08 and CTH-JJ together form a convenient shortcut between Wisconsin's STH-180 and US-41.
History: A detailed route history is currently under development.
County:Menominee
Photographs:
Weblinks: none

G-12
Western Terminus: Cnr Co Rd 352 & Z-1 Rd in near East Lake, 11.3 miles west of Stephenson
Eastern Terminus: M-35 in the community of Cedar River
Length: Updated 23.99 miles
Map:Route Map of G-12
Notes: G-12 is also designated as Co Rd 352 over its entire length and also bears the more common name of "Cedar River Rd."
History: A detailed route history is currently under development.
County:Menominee
Photographs:
Weblinks: none

G-18
Western Terminus: Wisconsin state line (connection w/CTH-Z), 3.9 miles west of Nathan
Eastern Terminus:US-41 in Carney
Length: Updated 11.80 miles
Map:Route Map of G-18
Notes: G-18 is also designated as Co Rd 374 over its entire length.
History: A detailed route history is currently under development.
County:Menominee
Photographs:
Weblinks: none

FORMERG-38
Fmr West Terminus: Cnr Co Rd 581 & Co Rd 426 in Ralph
Fmr East Terminus: Dickinson/Marquette Co line east of Ralph
Former Length: Updated 9.60 miles
Map: Route Map of Former G-38
Notes: At first, the sudden disappearance of the "G-38" symbol from the 1995-96 Official Michigan Transportation Map suggested G-38 may no longer be in existence. After a field checking trip to the area, however, the removal of the symbol may have been done to correct a long-standing error. It is believed G-38 has not been signed in Delta Co for quite some time and the Delta Co chose to no longer participate in the County-Designated Highway program long ago. In addition, Marquette Co has never signed such highways within its borders, so it may be safe to say G-38 was not signed east of Dickinson Co for many years.
Another field-checking expedition found no remaining evidence of G-38 in Dickinson Co as well. At the Marquette/Dickinson Co line, no G-38 route markers greet motorists. At the route's western terminus at Co Rd 581 in Ralph, no G-38 or G-67 markers of any kind are present. The route was finally removed from the Official Michigan Transportation Map in 2003 and it can be assumed G-38 officially no longer exists, although it may have been "decommissioned" for many years prior.
While G-38 is believed to no longer be an official County-Designated Highway, its listing will remain here for the forseeable future to assist those looking for information on this former route.
History: A detailed route history is currently under development.
Former County: Dickinson
Photographs:
Weblinks: none

FORMERG-67
Fmr So. Terminus: M-69 near Felch (cnr of Norway Lake Rd, Metropolitan Rd & M-69)
Fmr No. Terminus: Cnr Co Rd 581 & Co Rd 426 in Ralph
Former Length: Updated 9.47 miles
Map:Route Map of Former G-67
Notes: The continued existence of G-67 in Dickinson Co was in much doubt as for many years the only G-67 route markers were those posted by MDOT along M-69 at Felch pointing north toward Ralph. Dickinson Co only signed the route as Co Rd 581 and no G-67 signs existed on the route by the mid-1990s. The route was finally removed from the Official Michigan Transportation Map in 2003 and it can be assumed G-67 officially no longer exists, although it may have been "decommissioned" for many years prior. It is unclear at present if MDOT has also removed the G-67 route markers from M-69 at Felch, however.
While G-67 is believed to no longer be an official County-Designated Highway, its listing will remain here for the forseeable future to assist those looking for information on this former route.
History: A detailed route history is currently under development.
Former County: Dickinson
Photographs:
Weblinks: none

G-69
Southern Terminus:US-2 at Waucedah
Northern Terminus:M-69 in Foster City
Length: Updated 16.65 miles
Map:Route Map of G-69
Notes: As has been noted in the other former County-Designated Highway listings in Dickinson Co (Former G-38, Former G-67), it is assumed the Dickinson Co Road Commission no longer participates in the County-Designated Higway program. The other routes have been removed from the Official Michigan Transportation Map and no route signs appear along these highways. However, G-69 remains labeled on the latest Official Michigan Transportation Map and, as such, remains listed here as an active route. Even though Dickinson Co may no longer post G-69 route markers along Co Rd 569, both of G-69's termini lie at state trunklines where MDOT still posts route markers directing motorists to the road. Since G-69/Co Rd 569 does not change direction between Waucedah and Foster City and no other major highways intersect it, the only thing keeping this route alive just may be the two pairs of G-69 route markers, two along US-2 and two more along M-69.
It is only coincidence that routes M-69 and G-69 intersect in Dickinson County. M-69 ran via its current route between M-95 and US-2 until 1960 when this segment was given back to county control. A dozen years later it became G-30 at the same time G-69 was created. In the early 1990s, the M-69 routing was re-designated along its current alignment (supplanting G-30) and M-69 and G-69 became intersecting routes. Other than sharing a number, they are not related.
History: A detailed route history is currently under development.
County:Dickinson
Photographs:
Weblinks: none

Southern Terminus: M-67 in downtown Trenary
Northern Terminus: M-94 at Eben Junction, three miles west of Chatham
Length: Updated 11.04 miles
Map:Route Map of H-01 (South Segment)
Notes: This the southern of two segments of H-01. The two sections are separated by three miles via M-94 between Chatham and Eben Junction.
This southern segment of H-01 is completely paved, while the northern section between Chatham and M-28 features a reasonably-good quality gravel-surface.
History: A detailed route history is currently under development.
County:Alger
Photographs:
Weblinks: none

Southern Terminus: M-94 in downtown Chatham (cnr of Rock River Rd & Munising St)
Northern Terminus:M-28, 4.9 miles northwest of Au Train in the Shelter Bay area
Length: Updated 8.79 miles
Map:Route Map of H-01 (North Segment)
Notes: This the northern of two segments of H-01. The two sections are separated by three miles via M-94 between Chatham and Eben Junction.
This northern segment of H-01 features a reasonably-good quality gravel-surface, while the southern section between Trenary and Eben Junction is completely paved.
History: A detailed route history is currently under development.
County: Alger
Photographs:
Weblinks: none

H-03
Southern Terminus:M-94 at Forest Lake
Northern Terminus:M-28 on the north side of Au Train
Length: Updated 7.70 miles
Map:Route Map of H-03
Notes: H-03 runs via AuTrain-Forest Lake Rd in its entirety with the exception of the route through the community of AuTrain, which is named Arbutus St.
History: A detailed route history is currently under development.
County: Alger
Photographs:
Weblinks: none

H-05
Southern Terminus: Alger/Delta Co line 13.6 miles south of M-94 (6.85 mi southeast of Trenary as the crow flies)
Northern Terminus:M-94, 3.5 miles east of Forest Lake (9.5 miles southwest of Munising)
Length: Updated 13.56 miles
Map:Route Map of H-05
Notes: H-05 is a "spur route," in a sense, as it terminates at the Alger/Delta Co line and only exists in Alger Co. For about a decade in the late-1970s and early-80s, H-05 was shown on the Official Michigan Transportation Map as continuing southerly into Delta Co via Co Rd 509 to US-2 just east of Rapid River. It is not clear if Delta ever actually signed this route in the field and since 1984, H-05 has only been shown in Alger Co.
Most of this route is gravel-surfaced.
History: A detailed route history is currently under development.
County: Alger
Photographs:
Weblinks: none

H-09(unsigned)
Southern Terminus: FFH-13/H-13 (at cnr Buckhorn Rd & Forest Highway 13), 8.6 miles south of Wetmore
Northern Terminus: M-94 at cnr Sixteen Mile Lake Rd, 7.8 miles southwest of Munising
Length: Updated 8.56 miles
Map: Route Map of H-09
Notes: H-09 has never been indicated on the Official Michigan Transportation Map and only appears on few other maps. Route markers pointing to this route have never been posted by MDOT along M-94 southwest of Munising and it seems Alger Co has never actually posted route markers along H-09. Thus, very little is known about this route.
Motorists wishing to explore H-09 will likely have a difficult time finding maps showing the route. It begins at FFH-13/H-13 approximately 8-1/2 miles south of Wetmore and continues northwesterly via Buckhorn Rd (NF 2254) for 8-1/2 miles to Sixteen Mile Lake Rd, then turns northerly via Sixteen Mile Lake for 2/10 mile to M-94 where it terminates.
History: A detailed route history is currently under development.
County: Alger
Photographs:
Weblinks: none

H-11
Southern Terminus: Updated H-58 (at cnr Munising-Van Meer-Shingleton Rd & Miners Castle Rd [aka Pictured Rocks Tr]), 5.3 miles east of downtown Munising
Northern Terminus: Updated End of County Maintenance, 3.5 mi north of H-58, south of the Miners Castle area of the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
Length: Updated 3.50 miles
Map: Route Map of H-11
Notes: H-11 is Michigan's newest Intercounty (County-Designated) Highway designation, being first signed in the field in either 2004 or 2005 and showing up for the first time on the Official Michigan Transportation Map produced by MDOT in 2005. —Many thanks to Robert Halonen for his report on this new route!
It is rather ironic that this new and very well-signed Intercounty Highway route runs along an alignment shown for decades on the Official Michigan Transportation Map as being part of H-13, itself never signed on this route! However, during the 2004-05 timeframe, the Alger Co Road Commission, for some reason, went on a sign-upgrade rampage and now many of these routes across the county are now easily followed by motorists without needing to rely on a highly-detailed and accurate map. During this "rampage," H-11 debuted.
Updated At first, motorists wishing to explore H-11 had a difficult time finding maps showing the route, although it was well-signed in the field. Since 2005, more commercially-produced state maps have been properly showing H-11 on their maps.
History: 2004-05 - H-11 debuts during a massive route marker improvement project across Alger Co along a route formerly identified as part of H-13 but never signed as such.
County: Alger
Photographs:
Weblinks: none

H-13
FFH-13
Southern Terminus:US-2 at Nahma Junction
Northern Terminus: H-58 (at cnr Munising-Van Meer-Shingleton Rd & Connors Rd), two miles east of downtown Munising
Length: Updated 37.86 miles
Map:Route Map of H-13
Notes: H-13 typifies the signage and designation problems found on Intercounty Highways in Michigan. First, H-13 is concurrently designated with Federal Forest Highway 13 (FFH-13) between US-2 and M-28/M-94, a route designated by the U.S. Forest Service, and is known locally as "Forest Highway 13." Most of the signage along the US-2 to M-28/M-94 portion of the highway only reflects FFH-13 and not the H-13 designation. Second, Delta Co does not sign Intercounty Highways within its borders, so the only H-13 signs in Delta Co are the ones erected by MDOT along US-2 at Nahma Junction. Third, much of H-13 exists in Alger Co, which until 2004-05 was notoriously bad for signage. Granted, the resources usually aren't available for a program deemed unimportant by local officials, but very few, if any, H-13 signs have existed north of M-28/M-94. In fact, neither the concurrent H-13/H-58 stretch nor the portion along Pictured Rocks Tr (Miner's Castle Rd) were even signed as H-13 prior to Pictured Rocks Tr (Miner's Castle Rd)'s redesignation as H-11 in 2004-05!
Updated Motorists wishing to explore H-13 will likely have a difficult time finding signs designating the route. It begins at US-2 at Nahma Junction and proceeds northerly following FFH-13 for its entire 35.2 mile-length to M-28/M-94 at Wetmore. From there, H-13 continues northerly via Connors Rd for 2.7 miles to H-58/Munising-Van Meer-Shingleton Rd, where it terminates. Formerly H-13 continued easterly with H-58 for 3.2 miles before turning northerly onto Miners Castle Rd (Pictured Rocks Tr) for a final 3.5 miles to its former terminus at the end of county maintenance south of the Miner's Castle parking area in the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.
History: A detailed route history is currently under development.
  2004-05 - H-13 is technically truncated to its first (western) junction with H-58 east of Munising when H-11 debuts during a massive route marker improvement project across Alger Co along a route formerly identified as part of H-13 but never signed as such.
Counties: Delta | Alger
Photographs:
Weblinks: none

H-15
Southern Terminus: Jct M-28 & M-94 in Shingleton
Northern Terminus: H-58 at Van Meer (cnr Munising-Van Meer-Shingleton Rd & Melstrand Rd)
Length: Updated 4.94 miles
Map:Route Map of H-15
Notes: Updated The entire length of H-15 runs via a portion of a former routing of M-94. H-15 is also runs along Munising-Van Meer-Shingleton Rd for its entire length.
History: A detailed route history is currently under development.
County:Alger
Photographs:
Weblinks: none

 

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