Michigan Highway 14 is a freeway connecting other freeways, running from Ann Arbor to the inner Detroit area. It allows travelers to transfer from the Interstate 96 corridor in Metro Detroit to the Interstate 94 corridor farther west. If you're coming from the west on Interstate 94, you can use Michigan Highway 14 to transfer to Interstate 96's route into inner Detroit, though Interstate 94 makes its own way there anyway. Many travelers passing through the Detroit area on Interstate 94 will use Michigan Highway 14, Interstate 275, and Interstate 696 as a northerly bypass around the city. The western end is at a split with Interstate 94 on the west side of Ann Arbor, and the eastern end is an interchange with Interstates 96 and 275 near Plymouth, Michigan.
My photo for Michigan Highway 14 is the westbound junction marker for that route sitting alongside Michigan Highway 153. Because Michigan Highway 14 is a freeway, the reassurance markers along that highway are all oversized, in accordance with MUTCD guidelines. Since I like to photograph the 24-inch markers for my collection, I had to look to the side roads. This photo, which faces east just northeast of Ann Arbor, was taken in April 2021 along a trip to Metro Detroit and Michigan's Thumb.