The i-69 is an Interstate Highway consisting of several disjointed sections that
generally travel in a north/northeast-by-south/southwest direction thru 6 US
states, those states being; Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, Tennessee,
and Texas... the map above only shows the contiguous northern section of the
i-69 in Michigan and Indiana.
The i-69 is also known as the "NAFTA Super
Highway" as it's long term development plan is to help facilitate transportation
related to the North American Free Trade Agreement between Canada, Mexico, and
The major interstate highways that intersect the i-69 in the northern section
in Michigan and Indiana include the; i-64,
i-94, and i-96.
Some of the cities located along the northern i-69 corridor in Indiana and
Michigan sections include;
- Flint, MI,
- Fort Wayne, IN,
- Indianapolis, IN,
- Lansing, MI,
- Port Huron, MI,
- SEE ALSO:
i-69 traffic directory.