US Route 24 in Michigan runs in southeastern Michigan a north-south corridor, despite its overall east-west pathing across other states. The northern end is on the north side of Pontiac, at an interchange with Interstate 75. It runs south from there through the heart of Pontiac, and various western suburbs of Detroit. Near Flat Rock, in the southern reaches of Metro Detroit, US Route 24 bends into a south-southwesterly angle. It stays parallel to Interstate 75's south-southwesterly path, through Monroe to the Ohio border at Toledo. In Metro Detroit and at points south, US Route 24 is known as Telegraph Road.
My photo of US Route 24 in Michigan shows a southbound reassurance marker south of US Route 12 in Dearborn. Signage identifying the directions along US Route 24 as north and south are the rule in Michigan. This photo was taken in April 2021, as I was driving around Metro Detroit and the Michigan Thumb.