Michigan Highway 199 is a short connector to Albion, Michigan, from Interstate 94. In terms of longitude, or width as seen on a map, Albion is right in the middle of the Lower Peninsula, toward the southern end of the state. From Michigan Highway 99 in Albion, Michigan Highway 199 runs northerly and northwesterly to an interchange along Interstate 94, marked as "exit 119". Michigan Highway 199 is about four and a half miles long.
My photo of Michigan Highway 199 signage comes from the northern terminus of the route, at the interchange with Interstate 94. This interchange is known as exit 119. The end marker in this photo shows northbound traffic that the state highway does not continue beyond the intersection depicted: the intersection with the westbound ramps to or from Interstate 94. This photo was taken along a drive to Toronto, Ontario, and other locales in eastern Canada, in September, 2019.