Amtrak California

Reporting mark: CDTX
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Amtrak California (reporting mark CDTX) is a brand name used by the Caltrans Division of Rail on two state-supported Amtrak rail routes within the U.S. State of California, the Pacific Surfliner and the San Joaquin.

"I" Street Bridge (Yolo County, California)
Built 1911
Swing bridge over Sacramento River, carries railroad tracks and "I" Street in West Sacramento
Open to traffic

BNSF - CA145 Overpass (Madera County, California)
Built 1949
Steel stringer bridge over CA145 on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - San Joaquin River Bridge (Madera County, California)
Built 1910
Deck truss bridge over San Joaquin River on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - Santa Ana Freeway Overpass (Los Angeles County, California)
Built 1952
Bridge
Open to traffic

BNSF - Santa Margarita River Bridge (San Diego County, California)
Originally built in 1918, but the center span was washed out in a flood and replaced in 1926; Replaced 2014
Pratt through truss bridge over Santa Margarita River on BNSF/MTSD/Amtrak
Demolished

BNSF - Telegraph Road Overpass (Los Angeles County, California)
Built 1925
Steel stringer bridge
Open to traffic

LACM - Victory Place Overpass (Los Angeles County, California)
Built 1932
Bridge over Victory Place on Southern Pacific, Amtrak, and Metrolink in Burbank
Open to Traffic

SP - Cosumnes River Bridge (Sacramento County, California)
Deck plate girder bridge over Cosumnes River on Southern Pacific Railroad & Amtrak
Open to traffic

Union Station - Cesar Chavez Avenue Overpass (Los Angeles County, California)
Built 1937
Closed spandrel Concrete arch bridge under Union Station on Cesar Chavez Street in Los Angeles
Open to traffic

Union Station - Vignes Street Overpass (Los Angeles County, California)
Built 1938
Concrete arch bridge over Vignes Street in Los Angeles
Open to traffic

UP - Arroyo Grande Creek Bridge (San Luis Obispo County, California)
Built in 1909 by the American Bridge Company of New York
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Arroyo Grande Creek on Union Pacific Railroad (Formerly SPRR)
Open to traffic

UP - CA129 Overpass (Santa Cruz County, California)
Built 1931
Deck plate girder bridge over CA 129 on Union Pacific Railroad
One open to traffic; One abandoned

UP - Carquinez Strait Bridge (Contra Costa County, California)
Originally built for the Southern Pacific Railroad in 1929-1930, this is the last simple truss railroad bridge built in the United States at a new location (i.e. where none had existed before).
Warren through truss bridge over Carquinez Strait on double track of Union Pacific Railroad in Martinez
Open to traffic

UP - Golden State Highway Overpass (Sacramento County, California)
Built 1934
Pony through plate girder bridge over State Route 99 Sb on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - IH-710 Overpass (Bell) (Los Angeles County, California)
1957 bridge over IH-710 on UP Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Los Angeles River (Bell) (Los Angeles County, California)
Built ca. 1050's-Four Plate girder spans crossing Los Angeles River
Pony plate girder bridge over Los Angeles River on UP/Amtrak Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - North Pismo Creek Bridge (San Luis Obispo County, California)
Warren through truss bridge over Pismo Creek on Union Pacifc railroad (Formerly SPRR)
Open to traffic

UP - Pismo Creek Bridge (San Luis Obispo County, California)
Built 1909
Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Pismo Creek on Union Pacific Railroad (formerly SP RR)
Open to traffic

UP - Stenner Creek Trestle (San Luis Obispo County, California)
Built 1894
Deck plate girder bridge over Stenner Creek/Stenner Creek Road on Union Pacific Railroad/Amtrak
Open to traffic