A worker for Valverde Construction uses a backhoe Wednesday, March 3, 2015 to dig up and haul away an old section of storm-drain pipe at Mono and Broadway streets — the first bit of construction on California’s ambitious high-speed rail project. An existing line is being rerouted down Broadway to allow for construction of a new Ventura Street underpass that will be built for a high-speed train line in downtown Fresno.
A worker for Valverde Construction uses a backhoe Wednesday, March 3, 2015 to dig up and haul away an old section of storm-drain pipe at Mono and Broadway streets — the first bit of construction on California’s ambitious high-speed rail project. An existing line is being rerouted down Broadway to allow for construction of a new Ventura Street underpass that will be built for a high-speed train line in downtown Fresno. Tim Sheehan The Fresno Bee
A worker for Valverde Construction uses a backhoe Wednesday, March 3, 2015 to dig up and haul away an old section of storm-drain pipe at Mono and Broadway streets — the first bit of construction on California’s ambitious high-speed rail project. An existing line is being rerouted down Broadway to allow for construction of a new Ventura Street underpass that will be built for a high-speed train line in downtown Fresno. Tim Sheehan The Fresno Bee

Unspectacular work marks first high-speed rail project

March 04, 2015 11:16 PM