A viaduct for elevated high-speed rail tracks takes shape near Cedar and North avenues and Highway 99 at the south end of Fresno in this December 2016 photo. Spending on rail construction is expected to contribute to the Valley’s economy and job growth this year.
A viaduct for elevated high-speed rail tracks takes shape near Cedar and North avenues and Highway 99 at the south end of Fresno in this December 2016 photo. Spending on rail construction is expected to contribute to the Valley’s economy and job growth this year. TIM SHEEHAN Fresno Bee file
A viaduct for elevated high-speed rail tracks takes shape near Cedar and North avenues and Highway 99 at the south end of Fresno in this December 2016 photo. Spending on rail construction is expected to contribute to the Valley’s economy and job growth this year. TIM SHEEHAN Fresno Bee file

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