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A road sign bearing a diamond enclosing a block M and the number 62
M-62
Maintained by MDOT

M-62 highlighted in red
Length: 28.29 mi[1] (45.53 km)
Formed: 1922
West end: M-140 near Eau Claire
Major
junctions:
M-51 at Dowagiac

M-60 at Cassopolis
US 12 at Edwardsburg

South end: SR 23 near Granger, Indiana
Counties: Berrien & Cass
Michigan highways
< M-61 M-63 >

M-62 is an arc-shaped state trunkline highway in the southwestern part of the US state of Michigan.

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Route description

M-62 has a western terminus near Eau Claire and takes an easterly direction toward Dowagiac, at which it takes a more southeasterly turn toward Cassopolis. There it meets M-60 and makes an abrupt turn toward the southwest through Edwardsburg. In Edwardsburg it meets US 12 and continues southward toward the Indiana state line near Mishawaka and South Bend.

History

Major intersection

County Location Mile[1] Roads intersected Notes
Berrien Eau Claire 0.00 M-140Niles, South Haven  
Cass Dowagiac   M-51Niles, Paw Paw  
Cassopolis   M-60Niles, Three Rivers  
Edwardsburg   US 12Niles, Coldwater  
  28.89 SR 23 south – South Bend Southern terminus at state line

External links

References

  1. ^ a b Michigan Highways: Highways 50 through 59 Christopher J. Bessert. URL Accessed October 28, 2006.

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