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Did a new bridge make this old intersection dangerous?

The new Tuolumne Street high-speed rail bridge in downtown Fresno has two-way traffic, but a one-way change at E Street has caused some near-misses.

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Downtown Fresno bridge finally opens allowing two-way traffic

Cars slowly begin using the Tuolumne Street bridge. The bridge, which is higher than the old bridge to allow for High-Speed Rail to pass below it, is opened Friday, Aug. 4, 2017, eight months later than originally planned. See the grand-opening ceremony: www.facebook.com/fresnobee/videos/10155715955699558/
Craig Kohlruss The Fresno Bee
Downtown Fresno bridge finally opens allowing two-way traffic 0:36

Downtown Fresno bridge finally opens allowing two-way traffic

Need a tunnel? This boring machine fills the need of high speed rail under Los Angeles 0:49

Need a tunnel? This boring machine fills the need of high speed rail under Los Angeles

Work is wrapping outside Madera on the Fresno River Viaduct for high speed rail 3:13

Work is wrapping outside Madera on the Fresno River Viaduct for high speed rail

High speed rail construction update for March 2017 3:28

High speed rail construction update for March 2017