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Replacing pavement on Interstate 5 from Cosumnes River Boulevard to the American River viaduct.
The city's resolution is to move the homeless people living under the viaducts to Pacific Garden Mission, a homeless shelter on the Near West Side, on Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017, the day before construction begins.
With the start of construction to begin this week, dozens of homeless people living in tents under crumbling viaducts in the Uptown neighborhood are displaced to other locations.
Last week, city officials moved to disband camps along the Spokane Street viaduct.
This summer, the Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority requested that rail officials construct viaducts that would allow wild animals a migration path from the Diablo Range to the Santa Cruz Mountains.
Detour signs will be posted for through traffic heading east and west on the viaduct.
The biggest of these also attaches to a neighboring viaduct, inviting pedestrians to utilize the building as a pathway down to the park.
On the bottom is the highway underpass; on top is a railroad; and in between is a viaduct that has mostly been ignored.
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