"Telegraph Rd, Taylor & Brownstown, MI"
Telegraph Road runs north and south. Brownstown Township and the city of Taylor, enjoy the 50-mph traffic speeds and high traffic loads that run through the areas. Starting at roughly King Road and Telegraph, traveling northbound to Van Born Road (roughly 10 miles), this section of roadway hosts many establishments both old and new. You can find MOST fast food places on this section of road, as well as several fine dining establishments and 1 shopping mall. It is centrally located close to Detroit Metropolitan airport, and gives travelers a "straight shot" throughway to places further north like Troy and Southfield. Telegraph Rd is a divided road, that offers 4 lanes in each direction. This is one of those roads where you need to make a Michigan Left (go past the road, go to the turn around, come back to the road you wanted to turn left on, and actually make a right). There is one turn around section though, that is NO left turn on red, and that is the section near the shopping mall, by Eureka Road...you must wait for the light to turn green. I believe this is because at that particular light, I-75 is exiting onto Telegraph Rd Northbound, and there are a lot of accidents. Growing up, Telegraph (or Tgraph as we called it), was the place to hang out, flirt and cruise. It's not any different now.