The Cedar Viaduct, the southern gateway into the Central Valley is now complete. Stretching over State Route 99 and taking future high-speed trains over the highway along with Cedar and North Avenues, the signature double span of arches can be seen from both sides of the highway. Construction on the Cedar Viaduct began in 2016. More than 8.6 million pounds of steel rebar and more than 37,000 cubic-yards of concrete were used to complete this signature structure. The Cedar Viaduct spans more than 3,700 feet long and more than 40 feet wide.