- Lane closure along eastbound Olive Avenue between Warren and Delno avenues;
- Lane closure along northbound Weber Avenue, between Olive and Dennett avenues;
- Road closure along southbound Weber Avenue, south of Olive Avenue.
Work is scheduled to begin Monday, Oct. 16 and will continue through Thursday, Nov. 14, 2023.
OLIVE AVENUE TRUCK DETOUR
Trucks going to Olive Avenue via Golden State Boulevard will be detoured north on Golden State Boulevard, west on McKinley Avenue, then south on Marks Avenue to Olive Avenue.
SOUTHBOUND WEBER AVENUE DETOUR
Traffic going southbound on West Avenue to Weber Avenue will be detoured east on McKinley Avenue, south on Blackstone Avenue, then west on Divisadero Street to H Street.
Signage will be in place to direct traffic. Access will be maintained to all businesses and property owners.
Fresno, CALIF. – The California High-Speed Rail Authority (Authority), in cooperation with design-build contractor Tutor-Perini / Zachry / Parsons (TPZP), announces multiple closures along Olive and Weber avenues in Fresno for utility work. Work is scheduled to begin Monday, Oct. 16 and will continue through Thursday, Nov. 14, 2023.
This work is part of Construction Package 1 (CP 1), the first 32-mile stretch of high-speed rail between Avenue 19 in Madera County and East American Avenue in Fresno County.
All construction activities and schedules are subject to change. The California High-Speed Rail project is considered a critical infrastructure sector, and as the project continues, staff, contractors and construction workers are following specific guidelines to ensure the health and safety of all employees due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This schedule is subject to change. For up-to-date information please visit BuildHSR.com or the Caltrans Quickmap. Traffic laws will be fully enforced and commuters are expected to be aware of the surrounding activities, remain alert and watch for construction vehicles and personnel. The public is asked to drive carefully and be extra cautious while traveling though the construction areas.