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Quick Facts
Designation: Michigan State Scenic Byway
Designation: Nominated for National Scenic Byway
Fees: No fees are required to drive the byway.
Length, One-Way: 2 Miles (3.33 Kilometers)
Time: 10 Minutes


General Information

Description - Monroe Street is a unique reflection of more than 200 years of development, adaptation and growth. It is a cultural landscape that connects the community - from the oldest families to the newest residents; from the earliest French settlement to a period when the community, as a point of debarkation on Lake Erie, was poised for explosive growth; from elation as hometown to genuine war hero to the sorrow of his later demise - it's the story that's told along Monroe Street.
Driving, walking or cycling along Monroe Street provides the visitor with an unparalleled opportunity to enjoy a mix of residential, religious and commercial landmarks and structures, as well as natural resources such as the historic River Raisin, known by Native Americans as Numaseppee or River of Sturgeon.
Monroe Street represents this community's history and culture. It reflects man's impressions upon nature and his willingness to modify, reshape and in some cases completely redo what he found, resulting in the creation of a cultural landscape that is uniquely Monroe.

Attractions - The Monroe Street (M125) is known for it's Cultural and Historical Attractions.

Directions from : From Detroit, Michigan (From the north): Follow I-75 South; Take Exits 13, 14, or 15; proceeding west visitors will cross Monroe Street (M125), which runs north and south and parallel to I-75.
From Toledo, Ohio (From the south): Follow I-75 North to Exits 13, 14, or 15; proceed west into downtown Monroe and visitors will cross Monroe Street (M125), which runs north and south and parallel to I-75.
US 24 (Telegraph Road) which runs north/south can also reach Monroe from the north (Detroit and its suburbs)or the south (Toldeo area), US 24 runs basically west of and parallel to Monroe Street (M125) and I-75.
Visitors coming to Monroe upon reaching city limits may follow any number of local streets east to Monroe Street.
From US 23 (From the west), travelers should exit at the Dundee, Michigan/M-50 Exit (Exit 11); follow M-50 east through downtown Dundee and into Monroe. M-50 which becomes South Custer Road, and eventually Front Street, will bring visitors into downtown Monroe and to the Byway.
From I-275 (From the North and West): Follow I-275 to I-75 South, then follow the directions above.


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Additional Information:
Michigan Scenic Byways - Michigan's byways which are described here include a National Scenic Byway nominee, two state designated byways and three National Forest designated byways.

Links:
Scenic Byways Homepage - National Scenic Byways official web site with detailed info on all national and state byways.

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