is an east-west highway in the Upper Peninsula
of the U.S. state
. It connects Rudyard
and continues to the far eastern end of the UP.
It currently runs from Rudyard easterly to the north of Pickford. There it joins with M-129
to the south side of Pickford. M-48 runs solo to an end on M-134
south of Goetzville
and west of DeTour Village
At the west end, M-48 passes over I-75 without an interchange. It runs past the freeway, turns north to Pickford and then runs back to an interchange with I-75 at exit 373.
In 1920, M-48 ran from Rudyard to Trout Lake along the current H-40
. At Rexton
, M-48 turned north to Newberry
. In 1949, M-48 was relocated from Rexton to Epoufette
to end at US 2
. In 1960, M-48 was truncated on the west end back to the current H-63