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Construction on M-1 rail project to begin next month

Posted on June 27, 2014

M-1 Rail
M-1 Rail
DETROIT — Officials announced Friday that construction work will begin July 28 on the city’s M-1 Rail streetcar line. Earlier this week, the City Council approved officials approved permits to pave the way for construction on the $137 million, 3.3-mile line up Woodward Avenue from downtown to Midtown, The Detroit News reported.

Meanwhile, M-1 officials say they are down to two streetcar vendors and should be receiving proposals for “the best and final” offers in the next few weeks, according to the report.

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