A section of I-94 in Detroit will be closed in both directions this weekend in Detroit so crews can work on the M-1 Rail project.
A bizarre discovery at a construction site for the M-1 Rail in Detroit has investigators scratching their heads.
The facility will be located between Bethune and Custer Streets, at the northern end of the 3.3-mile modern streetcar system.
Construction on the M-1 Rail project on Woodward will continue through winter, officials stated.
America’s Thanksgiving Parade will march down Woodward, but due to M-1 construction, there will be three “pinch” points along the route.
The route will include “pinch points” where the road narrows past heavy construction, which could obstruct views of the parade.
Several locations in southeastern Michigan are being considered for final assembly of the streetcars, which will be 73 feet long, 13 feet high and 8½ feet wide.
I-75 between The Lodge and I-375 is closed for the weekend as a part of the project which will see a streetcar run 3.3 miles along Woodward from Congress to W. Grand Boulevard.
The executive of the M-1 Rail project thinks it’s the beginning of a beautiful thing — connecting neighborhoods, services and businesses with each other.
M-1 rail crews will begin dragging the first pieces of 560 foot, four-ton sections of rail into place along the downtown portion of the Woodward Avenue route.