Interstate 375 is a one-mile spur freeway stemming from Interstate 75 into downtown Detroit. It runs south-southeasterly from an interchange with Interstate 75 and Michigan Highway 3. Interstate 75 turns from east-northeast to north-northwest, leaving a short stub to run further east-northeasterly, feeding into Michigan Highway 3. Interstate 375 runs south-southeasterly for almost a mile before bending westerly. Very shortly after this bend, Interstate 375 ends, and its traffic feeds into Jefferson Street, a sort of boulevard right along the Detroit River. A signal very shortly after this endpoint provides access to the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel.
My photo of a cutout shield for Interstate 375 comes from a gore point between Chrysler Drive and Interstate 375, near Larned Avenue in Downtown Detroit. This is the first real onramp onto Interstate 375 northbound, after Jefferson Street becomes the start of the Interstate spur. In recent years, the adoption of unisigns for Michigan's Interstate junctions has made cutout shields difficult to find across the state. Usually, I'm relegated to finding these cutout shields on "To" guide markers, distant from the Interstate itself. Though the spacing between the letters in "Interstate" is irregular and excessive, this cutout shield manages to be right alongside the Interstate route that it references. So the hunt for this cutout shield wasn't too difficult! This photo was taken in April 2021, on the trip across Metro Detroit and the Michigan Thumb.
Michigan Interstate guides will come with complete exit lists and a photo for every exit, at some point in the future when I've driven the full lengths of all of them. This page showing the cutout shield will stay here for now, until that happens.