Signs and barricades guard the western slope of a new Tuolumne Street bridge over future high-speed rail tracks in downtown Fresno. The old one-way eastbound bridge was closed in January 2016 and demolished. The new bridge was originally anticipated to be open to two-way traffic by the end of 2016, but a wetter-than-normal winter delayed completion of the work. The new target for opening is mid-July.
Signs and barricades guard the western slope of a new Tuolumne Street bridge over future high-speed rail tracks in downtown Fresno. The old one-way eastbound bridge was closed in January 2016 and demolished. The new bridge was originally anticipated to be open to two-way traffic by the end of 2016, but a wetter-than-normal winter delayed completion of the work. The new target for opening is mid-July. TIM SHEEHAN tsheehan@fresnobee.com
Signs and barricades guard the western slope of a new Tuolumne Street bridge over future high-speed rail tracks in downtown Fresno. The old one-way eastbound bridge was closed in January 2016 and demolished. The new bridge was originally anticipated to be open to two-way traffic by the end of 2016, but a wetter-than-normal winter delayed completion of the work. The new target for opening is mid-July. TIM SHEEHAN tsheehan@fresnobee.com

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This new bridge has been delayed for months. When will it finally open?

June 28, 2017 3:57 PM

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