NEWS RELEASE: California High-Speed Rail Releases Fall 2021 Construction Update

November 18, 2021

FRESNO, Calif. – Today, the California High-Speed Rail Authority (Authority) released its Fall 2021 Construction Update highlighting the progress being made on the nation’s first high-speed rail project. Highlights include progress across all high-speed rail construction packages, including new aerial views of the Cedar Viaduct where crews are working on the dual span of arches over State Route 99.

The Authority currently has 119 miles under construction with 35 active construction sites in the Central Valley. To date, more than 6,000 construction jobs have been created since the start of construction. For a closer look at the progress of the project, visit www.buildhsr.com.

Thumbnail of Fall 2021 Construction Update Video, showing superimposed play button to induce click, showing the in-progress signature Cedar Viaduct arches over State Route 99, in the southern part of the City of Fresno.
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Contact 

Augie Blancas
(W) (559) 445-6761
(C) (559) 720-6695
augie.blancas@hsr.ca.gov 

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