Traffic rolls along Highway 99 under Cedar Avenue at the southern end of Fresno on Wednesday while construction crews for the California High-Speed Rail Authority build a large viaduct, or elevated railway, for the state’s future bullet-train project. The viaduct will span Highway 99 and Cedar and North avenues.
Traffic rolls along Highway 99 under Cedar Avenue at the southern end of Fresno on Wednesday while construction crews for the California High-Speed Rail Authority build a large viaduct, or elevated railway, for the state’s future bullet-train project. The viaduct will span Highway 99 and Cedar and North avenues. TIM SHEEHAN tsheehan@fresnobee.com
Traffic rolls along Highway 99 under Cedar Avenue at the southern end of Fresno on Wednesday while construction crews for the California High-Speed Rail Authority build a large viaduct, or elevated railway, for the state’s future bullet-train project. The viaduct will span Highway 99 and Cedar and North avenues. TIM SHEEHAN tsheehan@fresnobee.com

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