This portion of Roadfan.com deals with the routings of Berrien County, Michigan throughout the years. Berrien County is located in the southwest corner of the lower peninsula, along the Chicago/Detroit and Indianapolis/Grand Rapids corridors, and just north of South Bend, Indiana. As such, Berrien County has been a significant crossroads since modern transportation systems have existed.
The information here is primarily courtesy of Chris Bessert's Michigan Highways website, with its many sources, although other sources are used, including maps located on the Footpath to Freeway: The Evolution of Michigan Roadmaps website, official maps of various years of the Berrien County Road Commission and the Michigan Department of Transportation, plus personal observations starting in the 1970s, and are usually cited on the respective pages.
Any questions about specific routings not obvious from the maps can usually be answered by the respective entries from the Michigan Highways website, which are linked at the bottom of each page.
Note: Not all links function at this time. Until then, use Chris Bessert's website for relevant information.
Overview maps of the county: 1918, 1926, today
US-12 | US-12 BR | US-12 Alt
US-31 | US-31 BR (both) | Old US-31
M-60 | M-60 BR
US-112 | US-112 BR
County Road A2
In addition, M-152 and the inaccurately-named Old US-12 reach the Berrien County line but do not actually enter the county.
Note: Routes in italics are no longer located in Berrien County or no longer exist
The base map for the maps on these pages is a map generated by the U.S. Census Tiger Map Service, and "background" information is as of about the late 1990s.
This page created Monday July 2, 2007 / Last revised July 9, 2007
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