A view looking north from Clinton Avenue shows the progress of Caltrans’ Highway 99 relocation work. The highway is being shifted westward by about 100 feet between Ashlan and Clinton avenues in central Fresno to make room for new high-speed train tracks. The Ashlan and Clinton overpasses will also be torn down and rebuilt as part of the project.
A view looking north from Clinton Avenue shows the progress of Caltrans’ Highway 99 relocation work. The highway is being shifted westward by about 100 feet between Ashlan and Clinton avenues in central Fresno to make room for new high-speed train tracks. The Ashlan and Clinton overpasses will also be torn down and rebuilt as part of the project. California High-Speed Rail Authority Special to the Bee
A view looking north from Clinton Avenue shows the progress of Caltrans’ Highway 99 relocation work. The highway is being shifted westward by about 100 feet between Ashlan and Clinton avenues in central Fresno to make room for new high-speed train tracks. The Ashlan and Clinton overpasses will also be torn down and rebuilt as part of the project. California High-Speed Rail Authority Special to the Bee

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