Michigan Highway 99 is a less-than-direct north-south highway snaking its way from Lansing south to the border of northwestern Ohio. The northern end of Michigan Highway 99 is at Interstate 496 alongside downtown Lansing. From there, Michigan Highway 99 continues south-southwesterly overall, through Eaton Rapids and Albion, until it reaches the town of Homer. At Homer, Michigan Highway 99 continues southerly with some southeasterly components, leading to places like Hillsdale. Just beyond Hillsdale, Michigan Highway 99 straightens out southerly, bound for the Ohio border near Pioneer, Ohio. The border crossing is the southern end of Michigan Highway 99, which becomes Ohio Route 15.
My photo of Michigan Highway 99 shows a northbound reassurance marker in Hillsdale, Michigan. Michigan likes to place reassurance markers along its state highways at a frequency of one mile or less, in a lot of instances. This reassurance marker faces southeasterly along an angled piece of Michigan Highway 99 in Hillsdale. This photo was taken in March 2019 during a drive around central and southern Michigan.