Washtenaw County is easily reachable by limited access highways.
There are three major limited access highways through the county,
I-94 running east-west,
US 23 running north-south, and
M14 running roughly east-west between northern Ann Arbor and Livonia.
Below is HVCN's specially designed map of the county with the exits listed and
described. Throughout the state, exits are numbered using the closest mile marker,
for convenience in calculating distances on long trips.
Speed limits are 65 on most limited access highways, but a 70 mph speed limit
has been approved, and will go into effect when the signs can be deployed.
Until then, drive 65.
There are a number of other highways and routes. All country roads in the county
have 55 mph speed limits unless otherwise posted, as throughout the state.
Highway Map of Washtenaw County and Vicinity
I-94 runs east and west between Detroit and Chicago. Exits are labeled according to mile
markers starting at the Indiana State Line, to make it easy to compute distances.
Exits in Washtenaw county and nearby Wayne County are as follows, from west to east:
US Route 23
US-23 runs north and south between Toledo and Flint. Exits are labeled according to mile
markers starting at the Ohio State Line, to make it easy to compute distances.
Exits in Washtenaw county and nearby Livingston County are as follows, from south to north:
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Last updated January 18, 1997.