High-Speed Rail

June 16, 2016 1:21 PM

High-speed rail workers ease massive girders onto Fresno bridge

First of 42 bridge girders lifted into place in downtown Fresno

Each girder is 149 feet long and weighs 166,000 pounds

New Tuolumne Street bridge will span freight, high-speed tracks

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