Michigan Highway 150 is a spur north to Rochester in the north-central part of the Detroit suburbs. This spur extends north from an interchange with Michigan Highway 59, where Troy meets Rochester Hills. Michigan Highway 150 goes north from there for about five miles, serving the heart of Rochester. Michigan Highway 150 is known as Rochester Road outside of Rochester; it dons the name of "Main Street" while within the municipality of Rochester, though. The northern end occurs at an intersection with Tienken Road.
My photo of Michigan Highway 150 shows the first northbound trailblazer for vehicles exiting from Michigan Highway 59. This sign faces south at the southern start of Michigan Highway 150, reassuring drivers that they have found their way to the southern beginning of Michigan Highway 150. This photo was taken in April 2021 during a trip around Metro Detroit and the Michigan Thumb.