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A road sign bearing a diamond enclosing a block M and the number 64
Maintained by MDOT
Length: 64.12 mi[1] (103.19 km)
Formed: 1930
South end: WIS County B.svg CTH-B near Presque Isle, WI
US 2.svg US 2 in Marenisco

M-28.svg M-28 in Bergland
M-107.svg M-107 in Silver City

North end: US 45.svg M-38.svg US 45 & M-38 in Ontonagon
Counties: Gogebic, Ontonagon
Michigan highways
< M-63 M-65 >

M-64 is a north–south highway in the Upper Peninsula of the U.S. state of Michigan. It was one of the last highways in the state of Michigan to be paved. Both M-64 and M-95 are the only two Michigan state highways having no state-maintained counterparts on the Wisconsin side of the state line. M-64 connects with CTH-B (County Trunk Highway B).[1]


Route description

M-64 runs from the Wisconsin state line south of Marenisco and north of Presque Isle, Wisconsin. From Marenisco, it runs concurrently with US 2 for two miles (3 km) before turning north to run along the west side of Lake Gogebic to Lake Gogebic State Park. At Merriweather it runs with M-28 to Bergland. Turning north once again, M-64 runs to Silver City. From Silver City, M-64 is an east–west highway to its terminus at Ontonagon.


In October 2006, the routing of M-64 was realigned to utilize the newly built Ontonagon River Bridge upstream of the former swing bridge crossing which had reached the end of its functional lifespan.[2] As a result, the northern terminus of M-64 is now at a junction with U.S. Route 45 and M-38.

Major intersections

M-28/M-64 Duplex near Lake Gogebic in Autumn
County Location Mile Roads intersected Notes
Gogebic Marenisco 0.00 WIS County B.svg CTH-B Southern terminus at Michigan/Wisconsin state line near Presque Isle, WI
  US 2.svg US 2 M-64 turns north along the west shore of Lake Gogebic
Ontonagon Merriweather   M-28.svg M-28  
Bergland   M-28.svg M-28  
Silver City   Former M-107 To Porcupine Mountains State Park and Lake of the Clouds
Ontonagon 64.12 US 45.svg US 45
M-38.svg M-38
Northern terminus
Concurrency terminus Unconstructed


  1. ^ a b Bessert, Christopher J. (2006-08-26). "Michigan Highways: Highways 60 through 69".  
  2. ^ MDOT Office of Communications New Ontonagon River Bridge to open Oct. 11. URL accessed 24 Jun 2007

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