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  • High speed rail: Crews prepare next step to building viaduct over Fresno River

    Hugo Mejia, project design and construction manager for the California High-Speed Rail Authority, describes progress on building columns for a 1,600-foot viaduct to carry high-speed trains over the Fresno River and Highway 145 in Madera.

Hugo Mejia, project design and construction manager for the California High-Speed Rail Authority, describes progress on building columns for a 1,600-foot viaduct to carry high-speed trains over the Fresno River and Highway 145 in Madera. Tim Sheehan tsheehan@fresnobee.com
Hugo Mejia, project design and construction manager for the California High-Speed Rail Authority, describes progress on building columns for a 1,600-foot viaduct to carry high-speed trains over the Fresno River and Highway 145 in Madera. Tim Sheehan tsheehan@fresnobee.com

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