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On Dec. 21, 2022, the California High-Speed Rail Authority (Authority), in collaboration with Dragados-Flatiron Joint Venture (DFJV), announced the opening of a new high-speed rail structure in Fresno County. The Fowler Avenue grade separation, located between Elkhorn and Davis avenues, is now complete and open to traffic.

The Fowler Avenue grade separation spans 299 feet, is 40 feet wide and will take traffic over the future high-speed rail lines. The structure is comprised of 12 pre-cast concrete girders manufactured at the DFJV Pre-Cast Girder Facility in Hanford.

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Fowler Avenue June 2022

June 1, 2022

Crews continue superstructure work on the Fowler Avenue Grade Separation. Crews have formed and placed concrete for the diaphragms of the structure, the portion of the bridge that helps support the load of the bridge deck between the abutments and set girders. 114 deck panels will be installed at Fowler Avenue. Ironworkers will install rebar for the deck of the structure at Fowler Avenue in the coming weeks.