The M-1 Rail Line project, also known as the Woodward Avenue Streetcar, is construction of a 3.3-mile streetcar route that will include 20 stations serving 12 locations and connect riders to key destinations along Woodward Avenue. The streetcar will serve curb-side stations for nearly the entire length of the route, transitioning to center-running at the north and south ends of the system. The project includes traction power, train signal and communications systems, traffic signals, street lighting, systems infrastructure, and public and private utility relocation. MRS scope includes the design, furnish, and installation of the signal, traction power and communications systems. Signal design is 90% complete and major signal and communication construction begins in June, 2016. First efforts will consist of setting TWC and communication cabinets and pulling innerduct the length of the route.