Michigan Highway 227 is a north-south route in the vicinity of Marshall, Michigan, in the south-central portion of the Lower Peninsula. At Michigan Highway 227's southern end, it jumps off of Interstate 69 at an interchange south of Marshall, heading east to the north-south roadway where it spends most of its time. The north-south roadway where it spends most of its time is an old alignment of US Route 27, which gave Michigan Highway 227 its number. Once Michigan Highway 227 reaches Marshall, it diverts west from that alignment to serve Marshall's industrial park, situated on the southwest side of town. The last piece of Michigan Highway 227 bends northerly out of the industrial park, to end at the main east-west surface route through Marshall. That surface route carries a designation of Interstate 94's Business Loop, though it becomes Michigan Highway 96 a fraction of a mile to the west.
My photo for Michigan Highway 227 signage comes from the route's northern terminus at the Interstate 94 Business Loop. Eastbound travelers on that Business Loop will see this junction marker for Michigan Highway 227, just east of an interchange with Interstate 69. Because of this sign, those eastbound travelers will be alerted to the upcoming intersection with Michigan Highway 227 in Marshall. This photo was taken in March 2019, as I was driving around central and south-central portions of the Lower Peninsula.