CHSRA Spring 2024 Construction Update

Written by Jennifer McLawhorn, Managing Editor
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The Tule River Viaduct in Tulare County.
Courtesy of CHSRA

FRESNO, Calif. – California High-Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA) gives its Spring 2024 construction update.

The report details the progress on the high-speed rail project and includes work on the Hanford Viaduct, the Central Valley system’s largest construction site. In Kings County, crews are continuing work on the infrastructure that will carry electrified trains to the future Kings/Tulare Station. 

Additionally, CHSRA says the Progress Report highlights the work being done at both the Belmont Avenue Grade Separation and Tied Arch Bridge in Fresno as well as the Tule River Viaduct in Tulare County. Crews are also cleaning up an old housing facility in Kern County.

Below is a video from CHSRA showing some of the progress made:

Since it started construction, the California High-Speed Rail Authority has created more than 13,000 construction jobs, most of which have gone to Central Valley residents. The infographic below shows a breakdown of jobs created by county through March 31st.

Courtesy of CHSRA
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