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@gerardomarina asked the Naked Scientists: How many times would our roads circle the Earth's circumference?What do you think?
Earth's Circumference at the Equator: 24,901.55 miles (40,075.16 km)
Michigan has a total of 120,256 miles of paved roadway (9,716 miles of state trunkline, 89,755 miles of county roads, and 20,785 miles of city and village streets).
There is enough pavement in Michigan roadways to build a one-lane road from the Earth to the moon.