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Interstate 96

Interstate 96 is a US Interstate highway entirely within the state of Michigan. Its western end is at US-31 in Muskegon, and its eastern end is at Interstate 75 at the Ambassador Bridge in Detroit.

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Number of Miles 192

Major cities on route

Junctions with other interstates

Spur routes

  • Interstate 196, from Grand Rapids southwestward to Benton Harbor.
  • Interstate 296, Gerald R. Ford Freeway through Grand Rapids
  • Interstate 496, east of Lansing
  • Interstate 696, Walter P. Reuther[?] Freeway through north side Detroit suburbs

Notes I-96 is an intrastate interstate. It is primarily used as a intra-city highway within Detroit, connecting downtown Detroit to the western townships and to Michigan's capital, Lansing. I-696[?] is the newest freeway addition to the Detroit area, branching off of I-96 northwest of the city.

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