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WHAT:

Drilling and concrete operations for structure foundations are taking place to construct the 3,700-foot Cedar Viaduct. This bridge will feature concrete arches.



WHERE:

The bridge marks the southern end of the high-speed rail line through Fresno extending over State Route 99, North and Cedar Avenues.



WHY:

The bridge will allow high-speed trains to pass over State Route 99 as well as North and Cedar Avenues and avoid any at-grade crossings.


TIMELINE:

The Cedar Viaduct will take approximately two years to build.


CONCEPTUAL RENDERINGS:

Cedar Viaduct Conceptual Rendering



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