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The California High-Speed Rail Authority announced on November 2, 2023, the completion of the Kansas Avenue overcrossing, the ninth high-speed rail structure to be completed this year. 

Designed and constructed by Dragados-Flatiron/Joint-Venture (DFJV), the Kansas Avenue overcrossing is located west of State Route 43 in Kings County in the middle section of active construction for the California high-speed rail project.

Feet Long

Cubic Yards of Concrete

Pounds of Rebar

Updates Per Project

July 28, 2020

At Kansas Avenue in Kings County, crews are nearly complete with an inlet in preparation to relocate the West Fork Canal. The canal is located to the east of the Kansas Avenue overcrossing, taking traffic over the high-speed rail tracks.

April 27, 2019

At Kansas Avenue, crews are putting the final touches on the pier cap forms in preparation for a concrete pour. Once the concrete is set the forms will be stripped and girders placed to form the foundation for the overcrossing’s superstructure.

November 24, 2018

At the overcrossing for a realigned Kansas Avenue, west of State Route 43 in Kings County, crews are excavating what will be the passageway for high-speed trains. Abutments for the bridge have already been constructed and next concrete and rebar piers will be built that will support the bridge deck.