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Light Rail Crews To Install Track Around Campus MartiusOfficials say work laying the track around the park is expected to start Monday.
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Woodward To Shut Down In July For Detroit Light Rail ConstructionA timeline has been set for construction on Detroit's $140 million light rail project.
Detroit Light Rail Project Faces $12 Million ShortfallA failure to win further federal support could require a redesign of the 3.3-mile project and a scaling back of some elements.
M-1 Light Rail Project Set To Break Ground In SpringM-1 Board Chairman Roger Penske and CEO Matt Cullen gave members of the Detroit City Council an update at the session Tuesday.
Below-Ground Work Starts On Detroit Light RailBelow-ground utility relocation is underway on a 3.3-mile light rail system that will run from Detroit's downtown riverfront to the city's New Center area.
Detroit Bets On Uncertainty Of Woodward Rail, New ArenaIt may be too broke to pay its bills or even respond to 911 calls on time, but Detroit is still thinking big.
Feds Approve $140M Woodward Light Rail ProjectThe U.S. Department of Transportation has given final clearance to developers of a privately managed Detroit streetcar line.
Detroit Gets $25M In Federal Funding For Woodward Light RailU.S. Transportation Secretary Ray Lahood said it's "a day of celebration for the city."
Snyder, LaHood To Announce $25M For Woodward Light Rail Officials later this week are expected to make an announcement about a trainload of federal money heading to Detroit for the Woodward Light Rail project.
Public Input Sought On Woodward Mass Transit PlanResidents along the Woodward Avenue corridor are being asked for their input at a series of hearings starting Monday evening.
US Transit Chief: Metro Detroit Must 'Get Its Act Together' U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says he's ready to start funding a light rail passenger line and fast bus lines in the Detroit area if state and regional officials can finally work together on ending the metro area's status as the nation's largest without mass transit.