February Construction Update

SACRAMENTO, Calif – The February Construction Update from the California High-Speed Rail Authority is now available. This month we show the progress being made despite all the rain that has fallen across the state. We also highlight the demolition of the old Greyhound bus station in downtown Fresno and some massive all-American made girders being constructed by a Central Valley business.

New Animations Highlight High-Speed Rail Signature Structures on the North and South Ends of Fresno


SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Check out two new animations highlighting high-speed rail signature structures in Construction Package 1. The San Joaquin River Viaduct will feature arches representing the northern gateway into Fresno and will also feature a pergola structure in order to cross over the top of the Union Pacific tracks. The Cedar Viaduct consists of arches spanning State Route 99 on the southern end of Fresno and will allow high-speed trains to pass over State Route 99, as well as North and Cedar Avenues and avoid any at-grade crossings.

Current Projects

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Avenue 8 Overcrossing

Fresno River Viaduct Banner

Cottonwood Creek Banner

Road 27 Overcrossing

San Joaquin River Viaduct

99 Realignment Banner

Fresno Trench Banner

Tuolumne Bridge Demolition Banner

Cedar Viaduct Banner

Public Outreach

Construction and Road
Closure Alerts

Current Projects

Fresno Construction Activity


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